Oconto County Sheriff’s Department

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A burglary was reported Aug. 5 at Tom Mary Trail, town of Little Suamico. Taken from a locked construction equipment truck parked on the roadway were a miter saw, generator, air compressor, stapler gun, six 100-foot extension cords and six air hoses.

At 4:07 p.m. July 23, a car driven by a male from Pound failed to negotiate a curve on Goatsville Road in the town of Lena, struck a road sign and entered a ditch. The driver was not injured. His auto sustained severe damage.

At 9:42 p.m. Aug. 6, an Oconto man was driving east on County Road W at U.S. 41 in the town of Little River. He stopped at the stop sign, then turned right onto the highway. A southbound car driven by a Green Bay man came from behind and struck the rear of the first car, sending it into the ditch. The Oconto driver and his female passenger, an Oconto woman, were transported to a medical facility for injuries sustained in the accident. The Green Bay man was not injured. Severe damage was reported to both vehicles. No citations were issued.

At 9:30 p.m. July 26, a car driven by an Oconto female was traveling east on North Park Avenue west of Red Cedar Road in the town Little River and drove onto a soft, narrow shoulder. In over-correcting, she crossed the roadway and entered a ditch on the opposite side, sideswiping one tree and then hitting another tree head-on. She and two female passengers, one from Oconto and the other from Suring, all sustained serious injuries and were transported to a medical facility. Damage to the vehicle was listed as very severe. The driver was cited for traveling at an unreasonable speed.

At 9:44 p.m. July 29, a Pulaski male was driving north on County Road C in the town of Chase, swerved to avoid striking a deer, entered a ditch and overturned, coming to rest in a field. He was cited for failure to notify officials of an accident.

At 3:07 a.m. Aug. 4, an Oconto male was driving a pickup truck east on Logtown Road, town of Oconto, followed by a car driven by an Oconto female. The pickup slowed as the driver approached Gallon Road and was struck from behind by the car. After impact, the car came to rest in a ditch. No injuries were reported. Both vehicles sustained severe damage.