Vilas County Sheriff

Vilas County Sheriff’s Department dispatchers last week reported at least 20 911 hangups, three car vs. deer accidents, one hit-and-run traffic accident, two vehicle accidents with personal injury, three nonreportable traffic accidents, nine vehicle accidents with property damage, two requests to assist another agency, four burglar alarms, one fire alarm, one ambulance request, three animal problems, one attempt to locate, two ATV complaints, 12 requests to assist citizens, two citizen problems, one death investigation, two disturbances, five drug problems, one emergency detention, one report of found property, one drive-off, one no-burn permit problem, one juvenile problem, one Lifeline alarm, one parking problem, one probation violation, four vacation checks, one repossession, three snowmobile accidents, five snowmobile violations, four reports of suspicious circumstances, one snowmobile theft, two threats offenses, four reports of hazardous conditions, eight traffic violations, two trespassing offenses, one unsecure premises, one weapons offense and eight welfare checks. There were at least 46 informational or procedural entries.

In the past week, at least 19 people were booked at Vilas County Jail, including two for operating after revocation, one for knowingly fleeing an officer, one for second offense-operating while intoxicated, one for operating with a controlled substance, one for hit-and-run attended or occupied, one for tampering or failure to install ignition interlock device, one for party to a crime, one for resisting or obstructing an officer, one for possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver, one for possession of methampheta­mine, one for possession of marijuana and one for probation violation.



Eagle River Police

Among the calls received by Vilas County dispatchers were 27 calls for the Eagle River Police Department. These in­cluded one animal problem, one citizen dispute, three requests to assist citizens, one possession of controlled substance offense, four disorderly conduct offenses, one failure to appear, two juvenile problems, two parking problems, two reports of suspicious circumstances, one hit-and-run traffic accident, one threats complaint, two traffic offenses, one theft and three welfare checks.

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



Three Lakes Police


The Three Lakes Police Department reported two 911 hangups, two vehicle accidents, one alarm, two ambulance requests, three animal problems, one request to assist a citizen, 52 business checks, one child custody complaint, one request for escort, 16 requests for extra patrol, one harassment complaint, two welfare checks, one missing person, one neighbor complaint, one reckless driving offense, one report of suspicious circumstances, one traffic complaint, one traffic and one abandoned vehicle.