Oconto County Sheriff’s Department
Deputies logged 40 incidents, including the following:
Car-Deer – A car hit a deer on U.S. 41 and Galuska Road, Abrams. The deer busted the windshield. No injuries were reported to the driver.
Suspicious – Caller reported a male subject in a Pontiac with no visible license plate pulled in her yard on Moody Lake Circle, Suring, and stated he worked for Oconto County. He said she had 10 days to clean up her yard or receive a citation and large fine.
Deputies logged 40 incidents, including the following;
Criminal Damage – A caller stated his vehicle was spray-painted sometime during the night while parked on St. Johns Road, Suring.
Animal Problem – Caller reported the neighbor’s dogs were loose in the area of Bismark Lane, White Lake.
Criminal Damage – Homeowner made a complaint of several subjects trespassing on his property on Woodview Road, Oconto. They have been driving around in full-size trucks on his land.
Welfare Check – Officer investigated two very small children walking on Van Laenen Road, Lena. When the officer brought them home, he found the door wide open and the mother not concerned that they had walked away.
Juvenile Problem – Officer received a call about an email from one boy to another boy with an indecent picture of an underage girl from the same school.
Deputies logged 35 incidents, including the following;
Suspicious – Caller reported hearing gunshots or fireworks in the area of Oak Orchard Road, Abrams.
Agency Assist – Officers investigated a caller seeing lanterns in a wooded area off of Parkway and West 16th Road, Pound. No one had permission to be there.
April 10, 2017
Deputies logged 43 incidents, including the following;
Car-Deer – A Hyundai Sonata was in an accident with a deer and needed to be towed from state Highway 22 and County Road J west of Lena.
Traffic Miscellaneous - Caller stated that an intoxicated party left his house on U.S. 41 and County Road M, Lena, and was headed to Green Bay.
Alarm – Officers reported an alarm going off at WH International on Brehmer Road, Abrams.
Burglary Attempt – Caller stated an attempted break-in at his cabin on Chapel Lane, Crivitz.
April 11, 2017
Deputies logged 36 incidents, including the following;
Littering – The Brazeau town chairman was advised a large party was held over the weekend and a large pile of tires was burned in the middle of Reader Lake Lane, Pound.
Theft – A caller stated a toolbox fell out of the back of his truck on County Road E, approximately 5 miles east of Sandalwood Road, Abrams. When he returned, someone had dragged it to the side of the road and taken valuable tools.
Traffic Miscellaneous – Officer assisted an elderly lady swerving all over County Road R and County Road M. She stated she was tired and mourning the loss of a friend.
Abandoned Vehicle – An unoccupied van parked on the southbound lane of U.S. 41 and Brookside Cemetery Road, Oconto, had to be pushed off the road.
Animal Problem – Officer responded to a cow and a pig running down state Highway 64 and South White Potato Lake Road, Pound.
Deputies logged 34 incidents, including the following;
Domestic – Pulaski Police Department requested assistance with a subject threatening to kill other people in the home.
Fire – A small grass fire was reported in the northeast section of the intersection of County Road C and Lower Road, Sobieski.
Theft – A caller reported a propane cylinder theft from outside of his hunting cabin on Sullivan Springs Road, Mountain.
Suspicious – Officers investigated a yellow Jeep with the orange light on the top driving very slowly. Caller was concerned due to recent burglaries in the area of County Road I and Pioneer Park Road, Lena.