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Vilas County Sheriff

A total of 233 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 25 vehicle accidents, two requests for an ambulance, five animal problems, five requests for agency assistance, two at­tempts to locate,  three reports of battery, three burglar alarms, four requests for citizen assistance, three reports of criminal damage to property, eight re­ports of hazardous conditions, one report of disorderly conduct, five disturbances, two fires, two reports of found property, one instance of fraud, one harassment complaint, four juvenile problems/runaways, two hit-and-runs, seven reports of suspicious circumstances, six thefts, one threat, eight traffic violations, one weapons of­fense, eight welfare checks, 16 911 hang-ups, three drug problems and one report of operating while intoxicated.

At least 10 calls were re­ferred to the Eagle River Police De­partment and there were at least eight informational or procedural entries.

In the past week, at least 10 people were booked at the Vilas County Jail, including five for bail jumping, one for theft, two for probation violation and one for disorderly conduct.

During the week, the in­mate population ranged from 60 to 67. As of Dec. 9, there were 67 inmates.


Friday, Dec. 7

- 8:10 a.m. - A one-vehicle accident was reported on Zeman Road near Snowball?Lane in the town of Cloverland involving Gabriela A.?Berber of Eagle River.


Thursday, Dec. 6

- 9:59 a.m. - A?one-vehicle accident was reported on Highway E near Caskey Lane in Phelps involving Marianne Schofield of Phelps.

- 8:59 a.m. - A one-vehicle accident was reported on Highway H near Highway 70 in the town of Lincoln involving Hilde K. Stumvoll of Eagle River.

- 8:10 a.m. - A?two-vehicle accident was reported on School Road near Highway 70 in St.?Germain involving Kathleen A.?Liebenstein of Sayner and Jason M Anderson of Greenville, S.C.


Eagle River Police

Among the calls received by Vilas County dispatchers were at least 26 calls for the Eagle River Police. These in­cluded one 911 hang-up, one hit-and-run, one vehicle accident, one burglar alarm, three animal problems, two requests for citizen assistance, one report of criminal damage to property, one gas drive-off, one report of an intoxicated person, one Lifeline alarm, one report of lewd and lascivious behavior, one sexual assault, one suicide attempt, two suspicious circumstances, two hazards, two traffic violations, one report of road rage, one utility problem and two welfare checks.

Tuesday, December 11, 2012 3:08 PM

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