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Vilas County Sheriff

A total of 269 complaints were entered by Vilas County Sheriff’s Department dispatchers last week.

The department reported 25 vehicle accidents, one attempt to locate, two requests for an ambulance, one animal problem, four requests for agency assistance, six burglar alarms, 19 requests for citizen assistance, one report of disorderly conduct, one domestic violence complaint,  three cases of fraud, three harassment complaints, one hit-and-run,  one threat, eight re­ports of hazardous conditions, two juvenile problems/runaways, 10 disturbances, six reports of suspicious circumstances, three thefts, five traffic violations, one threat, one vacation check, five welfare checks, 13 911 hang-ups, two drug problems and two snowmobile accidents.

At least 18 calls were re­ferred to the Eagle River Police De­partment and there were at least 23 informational or procedural entries.

In the past week, at least two people were booked at the Vilas County Jail, both for disorderly conduct.

During the week, the in­mate population ranged from 82 to 89. As of Jan. 20, there were 82 inmates.


Friday, Jan. 17

- 6:57 p.m. - A?two-vehicle accident was reported at the intersection of Highway 17 and Highway 70 in the town of Lincoln involving Leanne E. Ivey of Eagle River and Megan L. Palmer of Marshfield.

Thursday, Jan. 16

- 4:49 a.m. - A?two-vehicle accident was reported at the intersection of Highway 51 and Twin Pines Road involving Alyssa L. Pollard of Ironwood, Mich., who was cited for driving too fast for conditions, and Norman W. Walker of Rhinelander.


Eagle River Police

Among the calls received by Vilas County dispatchers were at least 21 calls for the Eagle River Police. These in­cluded three vehicle accidents, two burglar alarms, one animal problem, two requests for citizen assistance, one disturbance, two harassment complaints, two juvenile problems, two parking problems, one request for officer assistance, one juvenile runaway, one snowmobile accident, one suicide attempt, one suspicious circumstance and one hazard.


Three Lakes Police

This police department re­ported one 911 hang-up, one request for an ambulance, two requests for officer assistance, one animal problem, two requests for motorist assistance, 11 business checks, one disturbance, one request for an extra patrol, one welfare check, two informational reports, one mental commitment, two parking violations, one report of reckless driving, five snowmobile violations, one suspicious circumstance, one traffic complaint and three traffic stops.

Tuesday, January 21, 2014 11:40 AM

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