Vilas County Sheriff

Vilas County Sheriff’s Department dispatchers last week reported at least 37 911 hang-ups, five car vs. deer accidents, one hit and run, 11 nonreportable traffic accidents, five vehicle accidents with property damage, two requests to assist another agency, nine burglar alarms, one fire alarm, five ambulance requests, two animal problems, one attempt to locate, two ATV complaints, 12 requests to assist citizens, four disturbances, two drug problems, two structure fires, one vehicle fire, one report of found property, two fraud complaints, four juvenile problems, three Lifeline alarms, six reports of power/telephone lines down, four lost property reports, one parking problem, two probation/parole violations, one vacation check, one request for officer assistance, one restraining violation, one report of smoke in area, two snowmobile accidents, seven snowmobile violations, one request to remove subject, two suicide attempts, 10 reports of suspicious circumstances, one theft, 12 reports of hazardous conditions, six traffic violations, three reports of trespassing, two unsecure premises and one welfare check.

There were at least 68 informational or procedural entries.

In the past week, at least 14 people were booked at Vilas County Jail, including    two to hold on warrant for another agency, one for operating after revocation, two for first offense-operating while intoxicated, one for third offense-operating while intoxicated, one for fourth offense-operating while intoxicated, one for battery, one for misdemeanor bail jumping, one for domestic violence, one for failure to appear and two for probation violation.

Eagle River Police

Among the calls received by Vilas County dispatchers were 39 calls for the Eagle River Police Department. These in­cluded two alarms, one ambulance assist, one animal problem, two bail jumping, one child abuse or neglect offense, two requests to assist citizens, three possession of marijuana, one for possession of paraphernalia, two disorderly conducts, one juvenile problem, two lost or found property, two motorcycle/recreational vehicle problems, one noise complaint, three parking problems, four reports of suspicious circumstances, one hit and run, one traffic accident with property damage, two traffic hazards, one traffic offense, one theft and three welfare checks.

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

Three Lakes Police

The Three Lakes Police Department re­ported five 911 hang-ups, one car vs. deer accident, one alarm, two animal problems, two requests to assist citizens, 15 business checks, one request for extra patrol, two reports of hazardous conditions, one health and welfare check, one juvenile problem, two parking violations, one found property, eight snowmobile violations, three suspicious circumstances, one traffic complaint, five traffic stops and and two vehicles in the ditch.