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Vilas County Sheriff

A total of 391 complaints were entered by Vilas County Sheriff’s Department dispatchers last week.

In addition to those with sufficient detail to report below, a review shows at least three vehicle accidents, five vehicle/deer accidents, one abandoned vehicle, four requests for agency assistance, five ambulance requests, five animal problems, three attempts to locate, four burglaries, 14 burglar alarms, five requests for citizen assistance, three reports of criminal damage to property, two reports of disorderly conduct, eight disturbances, three reports of domestic violence, three fires, three fireworks complaints, five reports of found property, two reports of fraud, three reports of harassment, 15 reports of hazardous conditions, one report of lost property, eight reports of suspicious circumstances, three thefts, one report of threats, eight traffic violations, three vacation checks, three weapons offenses, nine welfare checks, two 911 hang ups and two boating violations.

At least 33 calls were referred to the Eagle River Police Department, and there were at least 19 informational or procedural entries.

During the week, the inmate population ranged from 81 to 89. As of Aug. 1, there were 86 inmates.

Friday, July 22

- 1 p.m. - A one-motorcycle accident was reported on Highway S near Rummels Road in Conover, involving Pamela S. Glatczak of Bessemer, Mich.

Eagle River Police

Among the calls received by Vilas County dispatchers were at least 33 calls for the Eagle River Police. These included two vehicle/deer accidents, two hit-and-runs, three vehicle accident, three burglar alarms, three ambulance requests, one animal problem, one report of criminal damage to property, one report of disorderly conduct, two reports of found property, one theft, one report of illegal dumping, two juvenile problems, one stalking complaint, four traffic violations and two welfare checks. One person was taken into custody and booked into the Vilas County Jail.

Three Lakes Police

This police department reported one vehicle accident, two burglar alarms, one ambulance request, two animal problems, one request for agency assistance, seven boating violations, one report of disorderly conduct, three fireworks complaints, one report of lost property, one report of found property, three reports of roadway hazards, one 911 hang up, two requests for citizen assistance, three reports of suspicious circumstances, one theft, five traffic warnings, two reports of vandalism and 43 calls dispatched from Oneida County.

Tuesday, August 02, 2011 2:39 PM

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