ANTIGO POLICE REPORTS
Monday, June 4th
10:15 AM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that a vehicle hit his vehicle while at an area business on 6th Avenue. The caller told officers that both vehicles were still at the scene. Vehicle 2 was legally parked facing westbound in the parking lot. Vehicle 1 attempted to leave the parking lot and cut the corner too sharp, striking Vehicle 2 in the front driver’s side corner. There was minor damage to both vehicles.
9:45 PM Officers responded to a call reporting that 3 teenagers were walking through Hudson Park, near 5th Avenue and Hudson Street and they had kicked over some lights and some garbage cans. The caller told officers that the subjects looked about 15 years old. Officers went to speak with the caller. They said there were a total of 4 subjects, 3 males and 1 female. Officers observed 2 pedestal lights were completely snapped off at the base and there was damage to others. Officers photographed the damage and some footprints. They searched the area, but were unable to locate anyone. They were going to view video surveillance of the area.
Tuesday, June 5th
12:04 PM Officers were at an accident on Clermont Street. Vehicle 2 was illegally parked facing southbound in the 700 block of Clermont Street. Vehicle 1 was backing from a driveway, westbound. The male driver of Vehicle 1 told officers that he did not see Vehicle 2 and struck it in the front bumper causing damage. Vehicle 1 sustained damage to the rear bumper. There were no injuries.
Wednesday, June 6th
5:56 AM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting that her car was stolen from the parking lot of an area business on Hwy. 64. The vehicle taken was a beige 2014 Chevy Malibu. Officers located the vehicle at Neva Road and Amron Avenue being driven by a male subject. Officers found out that the male subject and the female subject had parked next to each other at the business. Their vehicles were both Chevys and both beige in color. The male subject had come out of the business and gotten into the female’s vehicle by mistake. The male told offices that he had gotten a few miles north and realized he had made a mistake. He turned around and was heading back to the business when officers stopped him. No charges were filed.
8:45 AM Officers received a call from a male subject in Illinois reporting that his social security number had been stolen and it had been used to open an account. The suspects then purchased $7,500 worth of gift cards at an Antigo area business on Neva Road. Officers spoke with the store manager of the area business to try and obtain security footage. Officers were investigating.
10:13 AM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting a hit and run accident with her vehicle. She told officers that the passenger side mirror was gone and the paint was scraped on the passenger side of the vehicle. She stated that the incident had occurred the night before between 6:00 and 9:00 PM, while parked at an area business on Superior Street. There were no signs of debris at that location and there were no working cameras in the area. The female also told officers that it may have occurred at an area business on 5th Avenue, but she didn’t think so.
2:55 PM Officers responded to a call from a female on Neva Road reporting damage to a door. She told officers that someone had pried open her downstairs door on the north side and broke the latch. The female said that she could no longer close the door. She said that the damage had occurred on Monday, but nothing was missing. She told officers that she had not reported it earlier because she had waited to talk with her landlord. Officers told the female that she should call them immediately when things like this occur.
5:29 PM Officers responded to a chain reaction, personal injury accident, involving five cars and one motorcycle at an area business on Hwy. 64. Five subjects had injuries. One male subject told officers that he was going to Langlade Hospital to get checked out.
Thursday, June 7th
12:02 PM Officers responded to a report of a minor accident at Hwy. 64 and North Hogan Street where a vehicle struck a semi’s tire.
7:25 PM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that his vehicle was hit that day while he was at work at Langlade Hospital. He told officers that it was struck sometime between 10:45 AM and 7:30 PM. His vehicle had been parked in the employee parking lot. Officers were able to determine that the male subject’s vehicle was struck by a female subject driving a Chevy Tahoe.
Friday, June 8th
4:07 PM Officers responded to an anonymous report of underage subjects smoking cigarettes at Castle Park on Field Street with little children around. Officers arrested a male subject on 4 Langlade County Sheriff’s Office warrants, felony bail jumping, sexual assault of a child under 16 and misdemeanor bail jumping.
4:30 PM Officers responded to an anonymous call reporting that a red truck, with a busted front end, was parked on Superior Street and subjects were smoking marijuana in it. The caller told officers that they could smell it coming from the vehicle. Officers cited one female subject for possession of drug paraphernalia. A second female subject was cited for possession of marijuana and resisting/obstructing an officer.
5:59 PM Officers responded to a call from a male on Lincoln Street reporting that his son’s new bike, that he had just won, was stolen from their yard. The bike was a Kent “Ambush” white, with black and blue accents on the tires. It was valued at $80-$100. There were no suspects.
8:55 PM Officers were out with a male subject in front of an area business on 5th Avenue. The male subject was arrested on a Department of Corrections warrant.
11:32 PM Officers stopped a vehicle at Freiburger Avenue and S. Superior Street. The male driver was arrested on an Oneida County warrant.
Saturday, June 9th
11:36 AM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that someone started a fire on the basketball court at Mendlik Park. The Fire Department was called. Officers arrived on the scene shortly after. Wire fence lining looked burned.
Sunday, June 10th
12:13 AM Officers stopped a vehicle at S. Clermont Street and Birch Street. The male driver was arrested for operating while intoxicated, 3rd offense and was cited for failure to keep his vehicle under control.
2:37 AM Officers stopped a vehicle at 6th Avenue and Field Street. The male driver was arrested for operating while intoxicated, 1st offense. He was also cited for failure to stop at a stop sign and for a loud exhaust. A male and a female passenger were also cited for obstructing. They were high uncooperative and exited the vehicle while officers were still conducting a field sobriety test on the driver and before they were oked to leave.
6:20 PM Officers responded to an anonymous complaint of two boys, around the age of 10, which were climbing on the roof of North Elementary School and jumping off. One boy was described as wearing a blue shirt with the number 30 on it. The other boy was described as wearing a gray shirt and brown shorts with an orange stripe. The two 13 year old male subjects were identified.
LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF REPORTS
Wednesday, June 6th
3:0842 PM Officers responded to a call from the Shawano County Sheriff’s Office requesting officers to respond to a one vehicle accident at Cty. Rd. Z, just west of Maple Road. EMS and the Fire Department were paged. There were only minor injuries.
Thursday, June 7th
1:23 PM Officers responded to a call from the manager of a facility on Clermont Street reporting that a female subject came there with photos of a decapitated cat and a squirrel that had been sliced open. The female subject told the manager that the photos had been taken at her residence on Cty. Rd. F, on her porch. The manager told officers that the female subject had brought cats to their facility in the past. The photos on her phone were of a decapitated cat, a squirrel that had been cut open/skinned and 5-6 dead cats. All of these animals were left on her deck. The manager told officers that the female believes that someone did this to her. The female told the manager that the police don’t do anything about it and no one believes her. Officers had not received any previous reports from the female subject. Officers were going to follow up with the female subject.
4:16 PM Officers responded to a 911 call from a male reporting a light blue car that appeared to be rolled over in the ditch at Hwy. 55 and Taylor Road with a male subject lying next to it. The caller told officers that the male subject then got up and was fine. He got into another vehicle and left the scene saying that he was getting another vehicle to pull him out. Officers then received a second call reporting that the accident had occurred 1 mile south of a residence on Hwy. 55. A towing company also called, stating that they had gotten a request for a tow. After they arrived on the scene, the driver was on the ground again and an ambulance was called. The male driver was flown to Aspirus Wausau. The vehicle had not rolled over. It was removed and only had minor damage. The male subject was cited for inattentive driving.
8:52 PM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that he was at a residence on Alcedo Street in Summit Lake and he had been involved in a fight with another male subject. The caller told officers that the other male had fallen and was now unconscious, but breathing. While still on the phone, the male subject then regained consciousness. EMS was paged. The male caller was arrested for disorderly conduct.
Friday, June 8th
7:53 AM Officers were out with an accident at Hwy. 45 and Cty. Rd. B. Property damage only. A vehicle was towed.
8:54 PM Officers were at the Rollingstone boat landing on E. Shore Road with a male and a female subject. They were both charged with possession of marijuana, possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Saturday, June 9th
9:52 AM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting a hit and run of his vehicle on Golf Drive. He told officers that the rear driver’s side door of his vehicle was damaged. His vehicle had been parked along the east side of Golf Drive overnight and was struck. It appeared to officers that someone had backed out of a residence on Golf Drive and hit it. Officers spoke with the owner of the residence. He told officers that he had been unaware of the accident, until his wife told him. He had no involvement in the accident. A state crash report was completed.
10:56 AM Officers responded to a call from a female on Spring Road reporting that a Ford Ranger was stuck on the snowmobile trail on her property. No one was around the vehicle. The vehicle was listed to a male subject from Tomahawk with 5 previous operating while intoxicated charges. The vehicle was towed and held. Deep ruts were left in the ground.
11:33 AM Officers were out with some subjects at Lake Park on Hudson Street. A female subject was arrested on a Marathon County warrant for bail jumping and retail theft. She was transported to Corrections.
3:15 PM Officers responded to a call from a male working at the Enterprise Lake Road boat landing, reporting a two vehicle accident. A state crash report was completed.
Monday, June 11th
9:59 AM Officers responded to a call from an area business on Antigo Street in Elcho reporting that they had received a fraudulent $50 bill that came in a deposit from a business in Oneida County. The information was forwarded to the Oneida County Sheriff’s office.
8:02 PM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting a two vehicle accident at Hwy. 45 and Cty. Rd. V. A white Toyota vehicle had been going northbound on Hwy. 45 and a silver Chevy Impala had been going eastbound on Cty. Rd. V. The driver of the Toyota told officers that they believed that the driver of the Impala had not stopped at the stop sign. Both vehicles were towed. 1 female subject had a broken leg. 1 male passenger of one of the vehicles was flown to St. Vincent hospital in Green Bay. The female driver of the Impala was cited for failure to stop at stop sign, reckless driving endangering safety and failure to yield. One male and one female passenger were cited for not wearing seat belts.
Tuesday, June 12th
9:05 AM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting a break-in at his business on Hwy. 17 in Gleason. He told offices that the gambling machines had been broken in to, a .45mm pistol was missing, and some money. Officers were investigating.
2:57 PM Officers responded to a call from an area business on Hwy. 55 in Pearson reporting that a 67 year old male subject, who had been involved in a boating accident was in their business and was coughing up bright, red blood. Officers found out that the boating accident had happened around 11:00 AM on Pickerel Lake in front of the boat landing. The male subject admitted to officers that he had drunk one quart of vodka. It was after this that the male subject drove his vehicle to the business to try and get his boat repaired. The male subject was transported to Langlade Hospital.