Vilas County Sheriff

Vilas County Sheriff’s Department dispatchers last week reported at least 133 911 hang-ups, 10 car vs. deer accidents, two hit-and-run traffic accidents, one vehicle accident with personal injury, one nonreportable traffic accident, five vehicle accidents with property damage, one ATV accident with personal injury, two requests to assist another agency, 10 burglar alarms, one fire alarm, five ambulance requests, seven dog bites, one animal neglect or cruelty offense, 13 animal problems, four attempts to locate, five ATV complaints, three boating violations, nine requests to assist citizens, one citizen problem, one civil complaint, one custodial interference offense, one request to deliver a message, one disorderly conduct offense, one disturbance, one fish and game violation, one domestic violence complaint, six drug problems, two fires, 10 fireworks complaints, four found property reports, two harassment complaints, two intoxicated persons, four lost property reports, one lost or missing person, five noise complaints, three parking problems, three probation violations, three vacation checks, 12 reports of suspicious circumstances, six thefts, one threats complaint, 11 reports of hazardous conditions, 16 traffic violations, four trespassing offenses, one wanted person, one weapons offense and 16 welfare checks.

There were at least 69 informational or procedural entries.

In the past week, at least 26 people were booked at Vilas County Jail, including  one to hold on warrant for another agency, three for first offense-operating while in­tox­i­cated, two for dispensing prescription medications, one for possessing illegally ob­tained prescription medications, one for battery, one for operating without owner’s consent, one for felony bail jumping, two for disorderly conduct, two for possession of schedule I and II narcotics, four for possession of marijuana, five for possession of drug paraphernalia, one for domestic violence and two for probation violation.



Eagle River Police


Among the calls received by Vilas County dispatchers were 54 calls for the Eagle River Police Department. These in­cluded one abandoned vehicle, two requests to assist another agency, two alarms, two ambulance requests, four animal problems, four requests to assist citizens, two drug problems, one disorderly conduct offense, three driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs offenses, two fraud complaints, one intoxicated person, one noise complaint, one obstructing justice offense, one parking problem, one sexual assault, four reports of suspicious circumstances, one hit-and-run traffic accident, seven traffic accidents with property damage, four traffic hazards, two traffic offenses, two thefts, one unsecure premises and one utility problem. 

Five persons were taken into custody and booked into Vilas County Jail.



Three Lakes Police

The Three Lakes Police Department re­ported 17 911 hang-ups, two hit-and-run vehicle accidents, two alarms, five ambulance requests, five animal problems, three requests to assist citizens, two requests to assist another agency, two ATV violations, 10 boat violations, one burglary, 24 business checks, one civil matter, one disturbance, one dive team request, one domestic violence complaint, two requests for extra patrol, six fireworks complaints, one report of gunshots, three reports of hazardous conditions, one mental-health commitment, five parking violations, three reports of found property, one report of lost property, one reckless driving offense, one scam, one report of suspicious circumstances, three thefts, seven traffic stops and two vandalism offenses.