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Vilas County Sheriff

A total of 255 complaints were entered by Vilas County Sheriff’s Department dispatchers last week.

The department reported at least 47 vehicle accidents, five requests for an ambulance, one animal problem, three requests for agency assistance, 11 burglar alarms, one burglary, 14 requests for citizen assistance, two reports of fraud, three harassment complaints, two reports of trespassing, one attempt to locate, one lost person,  nine re­ports of hazardous conditions, one juvenile prob­lem/runaway, five reports of suspicious circumstances, two thefts, six traffic violations,  eight welfare checks, seven 911 hang-ups and two drug problems.

At least 23 calls were re­ferred to the Eagle River Police De­partment and there were at least 14 informational or procedural entries.

In the past week, at least two people were booked at the Vilas County Jail, including one operating without a license and one for operating after revocation.

During the week, the in­mate population ranged from 70 to 74. As of Dec. 8, there were 74 inmates.


Saturday, Dec. 7

- 11:30 a.m. - A?two-vehicle accident was reported at the intersection of Deer Lake Road and Rocky Shores Trail in Conover involving Dale A. Damrau of Wisconsin Rapids and Craig D. Kester of Port Edwards.

- 6:35 p.m. - A?two-vehicle accident was reported on Highway 70 near Zeman Road involving Nancy L. Paul of Eagle River, who was cited for reckless driving, and Todd J. Budde of Eagle River.


Eagle River Police

Among the calls received by Vilas County dispatchers were at least 27 calls for the Eagle River Police. These in­cluded two vehicle accidents, one burglar alarm, two re­quests for an ambulance, four animal problems, one violation of bond conditions, two attempted burglaries, six requests for citizen assistance, one report of criminal damage to property, one gas drive-off, one Lifeline alarm, one parking problem, two requests for suspicious circumstances, one theft, one hazard and one traffic violation.


Three Lakes Police

This police department re­ported one alarm, two re­quests for an ambulance, one request for officer assistance, one report of an animal at large, one request for agency assistance, 15 business checks, one request for an extra patrol, one threat, four hazards, one welfare check, one informational report, one report of littering, one parking ticket, one report of a suspicious circumstance and two traffic stops.

Tuesday, December 10, 2013 11:03 AM

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