Vilas County Sheriff

Vilas County Sheriff’s Department dispatchers last week reported at least 16 911 hang-ups, one abandoned vehicle, five car vs. deer accidents, three hit-and-run traffic accidents, one vehicle accident with personal injury, four nonreportable traffic accidents, four vehicle accidents with property damage, two requests to assist another agency, seven burglar alarms, one fire alarm, one animal problem, three attempts to locate, one ATV?complaint, one child abuse or neglect offense, six requests to assist citizens, two criminal damage to property offenses, one disturbance, one domestic violence complaint, three drug problems, one forged signature offense, one report of found property, four drive-offs, two juvenile problems, two Lifeline alarms, one lost or missing person, one parking problem, four probation violations, one vacation check, one request for officer assistance, four snowmobile accidents, four snowmobile violations, one request to remove a subject, five reports of suspicious circumstances, three thefts, one threats complaint, six reports of hazardous conditions, six traffic violations, one trespassing offense, two weapons offenses and nine welfare checks. 

There were at least 31 informational or procedural entries.

In the past week, at least 16 people were booked at Vilas County Jail, including    one for knowingly fleeing an officer, one for first offense-operating while intoxicated (OWI), one for sixth offense or greater-OWI, one for possession of illegally obtained prescription drugs, two for party to a crime, one for battery, one for theft, two for intentional child neglect-exposure to controlled substances, one for manufacture/delivery amphetamine, two for possession of drug paraphernalia, one for contact after domestic violence arrest and one for probation violation.



Eagle River Police


Among the calls received by Vilas County dispatchers were 26 calls for the Eagle River Police Department. These in­cluded one bail jumping offense, one citizen dispute, one request to assist a citizen, two disorderly conduct offenses, one driving under the influence offense, one intoxicated person, one juvenile problem, one report of lost or found property, one parking problem, five reports of suspicious circumstances, one nonreportable traffic accident, one traffic accident with property damage, two traffic hazards, one traffic offense, one unsecure premises and four welfare checks. Two persons were taken into custody and booked into Vilas County Jail.



Three Lakes Police


The Three Lakes Police Department re­ported one car vs. deer accident, three recreational vehicle accidents, two alarms, three animal problems, one request to assist a motorist, two requests to assist another agency, 37 business checks, one child custody problem, three requests for extra patrol and nine snowmobile violations.