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Vilas County Sheriff

A total of 229 complaints were entered by Vilas County Sheriff’s Department dispatchers last week.

The department reported at least 14 vehicle accidents, two requests for an ambulance, three animal problems, five requests for agency assistance, seven burglar alarms, one burglary, one request for citizen assistance, one domestic violence complaint, one instance of found property, five cases of fraud, two hit-and-runs, one lost person, two reports of lost property, two weapons offenses, four re­ports of hazardous conditions, five juvenile problems/runaways, one fire, two reports of criminal damage to property, one abandoned vehicle, three disturbances, two reports of suspicious circumstances, two thefts, 11 traffic violations, two vacation checks, three welfare checks, 10 911 hang-ups, one ATV?problem and three drug problems.

At least seven calls were re­ferred to the Eagle River Police De­partment and there were at least 20 informational or procedural entries.

In the past week, at least one person was booked at the Vilas County Jail for operating after revocation.

During the week, the in­mate population ranged from 70 to 78. As of Oct. 21, there were 78 inmates.

 

Friday, Oct. 18

- 1:00 a.m. - A?two-vehicle accident was reported at 10599 Big Arbor Vitae Road involving David J. Moll of Arbor Vitae and a legally parked vehicle. Moll was cited for failure to report the collision.

Thursday, Oct. 17

- 8:55 a.m. - A?two-vehicle accident was reported on Highway 70 near South Bay Road in St. Germain involving Laurie M. Modjewski of Eagle River and Derek C. Trzcinski of Eagle River, who was cited for inattentive driving.

Wednesday, Oct. 16

- 7:52 p.m. - A?one-vehicle accident was reported on Highway K near Highway S in Conover involving Justin W. Hayner of Eagle River, who was cited for failure to report the accident and inattentive driving.

 

Eagle River Police

Among the calls received by Vilas County dispatchers were at least 21 calls for the Eagle River Police. These in­cluded three vehicle accidents, one fire alarm, one request for an ambulance, one dog bite, two animal problems, one report of child abuse, one report of found property, one report of illegal dumping, one informational report, one Lifeline alarm, one report of lost property, one report of operating while intoxicated, one parking prob­lem, one vacation check, one theft of medication, one hazard, one wanted person and one welfare check.

 

Three Lakes Police

This police department re­ported one 911 hang-up, three vehicle accidents, four alarms, two requests for an ambulance, two animal problems, two apprehension requests, one request for motorist assistance, one request for agency assistance, nine business checks, one request for an extra patrol, one report of fraud, eight hazards, one welfare check, 10 house checks, one report of illegal dumping, one informational report, one mental commitment, one re­port of lost property, one report of found property, one report of reckless driving, one service and four traffic stops.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013 2:45 PM
 

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