Antigo Police & Langlade County Sheriff Reports for 10/15/18
ANTIGO POLICE REPORTS
Monday, October 1st
8:22 PM Officers were at a residence on Lincoln Street. They arrested a female subject on a Langlade County Sheriff’s Office warrant. She was transported to Corrections.
Tuesday, October 2nd
5:15 AM Officers responded to a call from the emergency room of the Langlade Hospital reporting that there was a female subject there who appeared to be under the influence of drugs. She was itching and scratching and having a hard time walking. The female then left driving a silver Buick Century. The caller gave officers the license plate number of the vehicle. Officers stopped the vehicle at 5th Avenue and Fulton Street. The female subject was arrested for operating while intoxicated, 1st offense. Officers located a Sub Oxone strip in the female’s purse. She stated to officers that she had a prescription for it, but did not show officers any proof.
11:58 AM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that he was just involved in an accident at 1st Avenue and Edison Street. Vehicle 2 was traveling north on Edison Street. Vehicle 1 crossed into the intersection from the stop sign going east. Vehicle 2 collided with Vehicle 1. The female driver of Vehicle 1 said that she thought she had stopped at the stop sign. There were no injuries. No wrecker was needed.
2:24 PM Officers reported to a call from OnStar reporting a two vehicle accident at Neva Road and Ackley Street.
7:48 PM Officers responded to a call from an area business on Superior Street reporting that about 30 minutes prior, a 16 year old female subject was stealing food from the deli. The caller told officers that they had the incident on video. They gave officers the name of the female suspect. Officers located the female subject. She was cited for retail theft.
10:13 PM Officers were at a residence on Clermont Street. A male subject was arrested on charges of bail jumping and a probation hold.
Wednesday, October 3rd
7:33 AM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that a male subject, in a small car, was parked on his property on Elm Street. The caller stated that the male was acting strangely and he wanted them to move on. Officers discovered that the vehicle was stuck. It was removed by a towing company. The male subject was referred for trespassing. The male subject was also told to fix the ruts left in the grass.
2:59 PM Officers responded to a report of a two vehicle accident at the intersection of 1st Avenue and Western Road. Both drivers were out their vehicles and walking around. One vehicle was towed. The male driver of one vehicle was cited for failure to yield the right of way. The female driver of the other vehicle was cited for having no insurance and operating after revocation.
Thursday, October 4th
9:28 AM Officers responded to a call from an area business on 5th Avenue reporting that someone had stolen some Zyrtec about a month earlier and they had it on video. They requested that officers come and look at the video for possible identification. The caller told officers that they had been waiting to see if the person came back in to confront them, but they had not. The male subject was identified. When questioned, he admitted to taking the Zyrtec. He was cited for retail theft.
11:26 PM Officers were out with two subjects in the area of 5th Avenue and Edison Street. A foot pursuit ensued. A male subject was eventually taken into custody. He was transported to Corrections on a Langlade County Sheriff’s Office warrant. He was also charged with bail jumping and obstructing.
Friday, October 5th
3:37 PM Officers cited two female students for underage alcohol at Antigo High School.
Saturday, October 6th
3:16 AM Officers were out with two male subjects at an area business on S. Superior Street. One male subject was cited for urinating in public. The second male subject was arrested for bail jumping. Both parties were warned for having open intoxicants in a moving vehicle.
10:30 AM Officers received a call from a male reporting that his black and white Schwinn bicycle was stolen from in front of an area business on Superior Street.
3:38 PM Officers were out with a male subject at an area business on 5th Avenue. The male subject was arrested on an outstanding warrant, possession of meth, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of an illegally obtained prescription.
3:38 PM Officers received a call from a female on 4th Avenue reporting that some sheets of white metal roofing were missing from their yard. On 9/29/18, they had purchased 8 sheets of the metal roofing from an area business. It had been sitting on the ground since then. The caller told officers that on that day, she noticed that some of the sheets were missing. She thought that they had been taken within the last few days. There were no suspects.
Sunday, October 7th
7:50 AM Officers responded to a call from a male on E. Towne Drive reporting that the back window of his car had been shattered the night before. He was not sure what had caused it to shatter.
10:30 AM Officers responded to a report of a vehicle that drove into the ditch near an area business on Hwy. 45 and struck some lawnmowers. The 41 year old male driver was conscious. At first the subject was thought to have a medical issue, but after another call involving the same male subject later in the day, it seemed that huffing was his issue. He was cited and written for re-exam.
1:23 PM Officers responded to a call from an employee of the Antigo Park and Rec Department reporting that a male subject had locked himself in the men’s restroom at Lake Park on Hudson Street and was huffing on a spray can. The subject was unresponsive to questions upon the officers’ arrival. An ambulance was requested. The male subject was referred for huffing.
LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF REPORTS
Wednesday, October 3rd
1:07 PM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that three large wooden crates and a barn cleaner chain were taken from his property on Cty. Rd. I. He gave officers the name of a possible male suspect. The caller also told officers that he found that the back door was broken in and he saw tracks from a dually truck backing up to the barn. The suspect would have needed some kind of heavy equipment to move the items. The caller told officers that he had last seen the crates in June, but he believed that the theft was recent. The value of the chain was estimated at $1,000. Officers were investigating.
6:54 PM Officers responded to a 911 call from a male reporting that he was in a hit and run crash at Heise Road and Hwy. 64. He told officers that he had injuries to his face and head. The striking vehicle was found at Hwy. 64 and Killian Road. The Oconto County Sheriff’s office was contacted to try and locate the driver who was not at the scene with the vehicle. The registered owner was a male subject from Townsend. The Oconto County Sheriff’s Office was unable to make contact with him. Officers eventually spoke with the male subject on the phone. He stated that he was going eastbound on Hwy. 64 when he was struck by a car and the car kept going. He was then picked up by a passerby and didn’t have cell phone reception to call. He stated that he had just gotten the message to call the Sheriff’s office.
Thursday, October 4th
3:07 PM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that he was working in the woods across from a residence on Crestwood Road and found a Sentry safe in the ditch. The safe was blue in color and appeared to be pried open. Officers placed the safe into evidence.
Friday, October 5th
1:46 PM Officers responded to a call from a female on Little Chicago Road reporting that she and her husband were in opposite rooms in their home, then heard a loud crash and found their window broken with glass knocked well into the house. Officers discovered that a grouse had flown through the window. It was dispatched.
8:48 PM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting a car versus bobcat accident on Hwy. 45, just north of Antigo. There were no injuries. The bobcat was dead.
Saturday, October 6th
2:37 AM Officers responded to a call from a male on Springbrook Road reporting that a female subject had walked into his house at approximately 2:15 AM and asked to use the bathroom. The caller told officers that he felt she may be on something because she wasn’t acting normal. The female talked to him for about 20 minutes before attempting to leave in his vehicle, her vehicle was parked behind his. She then got into her van and left. The female was described as a heavy set woman, approximately 42 years old, with brown hair, wearing a coat & pants. She had told the caller her name and said that she was from Price County. Officers were unable to locate her.
5:01 AM Officers responded to a call from a male on Polar-Price Road reporting a suspicious female that was knocking on his door. The caller told officers that he had opened the door and the female had tried to push her way in. She repeatedly asked if she could come in, while chanting and praying. The caller said that she seemed extremely intoxicated. She gave the callerc her name. (the same name as the female subject from the call at 2:37 AM). The female subject was described as middle-aged, wearing sunglasses, a red and blue shirt, with long brown hair in a ponytail. Officers arrived and arrested the 42 year old female subject for operating while intoxicated, 1st offense, disorderly conduct, trespassing, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Her vehicle was towed.
6:51 PM Officers responded to a 911 call requesting emergency medical services for a male subject in his 40’s with a possible broken leg from an ATV crash on Lily Mill Firelane, east of Cty. Rd. Q.
10:59 PM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting a truck in the ditch at W. 5th Avenue Road and Hwy. 64. The caller told officers that it looked like the truck went straight into the ditch from W. 5th Avenue Rd. There was no one around the vehicle. The vehicle was towed and held. Later, the registered male owner of the vehicle came to the Safety Building with his brother. The male told officers that his brother was driving the truck at the time of the accident. The other male subject told officers that he had fallen asleep. The male driver was cited and the vehicle was released.
Sunday, October 7th
12:39 PM Officers responded to several reports of a car that crashed into a house on Neva Road. A medical event occurred while a female subject was driving and she crashed, breaking the gas line. The female subject was transported to Langlade House by Antigo Fire Department. The gas company shut the gas line down.
Wednesday, October 8th
6:22 AM Officers responded to a report of a vehicle in the ditch at Birch Road and Hwy. 45. No one war around the vehicle when officers arrived. The vehicle was towed.