Vilas County Sheriff

Vilas County Sheriff’s Department dispatchers last week reported at least 29 911 hang-ups, one abandoned vehicle, eight car vs. deer accidents, one vehicle accident with personal injury, one nonreportable traffic accident, one vehicle accident with property damage, three requests to assist another agency, three burglar alarms, three fire alarms, three ambulance requests, three animal problems, two attempts to locate, three ATV?complaints, one request to assist a citizen, four disturbances, one domestic violence complaint, one structure fire, one fraud complaint, one harassment offense, one burning without permit offense, one lockout, three reports of lost property, one lost or missing person, one parking problem, six probation violations, three vacation checks, two requests for officer assistance, one runaway juvenile, one suicide attempt, four reports of suspicious circumstances, four thefts, one theft by contract, 10 reports of hazardous conditions, 10 traffic violations, two trespassing offenses, one weapons offense and six welfare checks.

There were at least 36 informational or procedural entries.

In the past week, at least eight people were booked at Vilas County Jail, including  one to hold on warrant for another agency, one for first offense operating while intox­i­cated, one for disorderly conduct, one for possession of schedule I and II narcotics, one for possession of marijuana and three for probation violation.



Eagle River Police


Among the calls received by Vilas County dispatchers were 25 calls for the Eagle River Police Department. These in­cluded one ambulance request, one animal problem, one request to assist another agency, one bail jumping offense, one citizen dispute, three false alarms, one fraud complaint, one lost or found property report, two parking problems, one probation violation, two reports of suspicious circumstances, two traffic offenses and two welfare checks. Two persons were taken into custody and booked into Vilas County Jail.



Three Lakes Police

The Three Lakes Police Department re­ported one 911 hang-up, one car vs. deer accident, one vehicle accident with personal injury, four alarms, one ambulance request, three animal problems, three requests to assist citizens, four requests to assist motorists, one request to assist another agency, one ATV?violation, one boat violation, 61 business checks, one civil matter, one domestic problems, seven request for extra patrol, one structure fire, one report of hazardous conditions, one welfare check, one juvenile problem, two reports of suspicious circumstances, one theft, seven traffic stops and one vandalism offense.