Vilas County Sheriff

Vilas County Sheriff’s Department dispatchers last week reported at least 44 911 hang-ups, two abandoned vehicles, 19 car vs. deer accidents, two vehicle accidents with personal injury, four vehicle accidents with property damage, three requests to assist another agency, five burglar alarms, nine ambulance requests, three dog bites, one animal neglect or cruelty offense, three animal problems, four ATV?complaints, one burglary, one request to assist a citizen, two criminal damage to property offenses, one death investigation, one request to deliver a message, three disturbances, one domestic violence complaint, five drug problems, two structure fires, one fireworks complaint, three found property reports, two fraud complaints, two burning permit problems, one dumping problem, two juvenile problems, one Lifeline alarm, one lost or missing person, two noise complaints, one probation violation, one repossession, two suicide attempts, six reports of suspicious circumstances, three thefts, nine reports of hazardous conditions, 13 traffic violations, one trespassing offense, one fleeing or eluding an officer offense, one felon in possession of a firearm offense, one weapons offense and eight welfare checks.

There were at least 51 informational or procedural entries.

In the past week, at least 37 people were booked at Vilas County Jail, including  two to hold on warrant for another agency, one for operating after revocation, one for knowingly fleeing an officer, one for first-offense operating while intoxicated, one for tampering or failure to install an ignition interlock device, two for felon in possession of a firearm, one for trespassing, two for resisting or obstructing an officer, two for misdemeanor bail jumping, one for disorderly conduct, one for possession of meth­am­phetamine, seven for possession of marijuana, six for possession of drug paraphernalia, one for domestic violence and eight for probation violation.



Eagle River Police

Among the calls received by Vilas County dispatchers were 23 calls for the Eagle River Police Department. These in­cluded two animal problems, one citizen dispute, four requests to assist citizens, one juvenile problem, one lost or found property report, one parking problem, one probation violation, five reports of suspicious circumstances, two traffic accidents with property damage, one traffic offense and two welfare checks. 

One person was taken into custody and booked into Vilas County Jail.



Three Lakes Police

The Three Lakes Police Department re­ported 11 911 hang-ups, one abandoned vehicle, three car vs. deer accidents, one vehicle accident with personal injury, one alarm, five ambulance requests, seven requests to assist citizens, two requests to assist motorists, one burglary, 25 business checks, one civil matter, one death investigation, one disorderly conduct offense, one domestic violence complaint, one report of hazardous conditions, two parking violations, one report of found property, one reckless driving offense, two reports of suspicious circumstances, nine traffic stops and two vandalism offenses.