Oconto County Sheriff’s Department

July 5

Deputies responded to 52 incidents, including the following:

Animal Problem — Authorities investigated a report that eight or nine dogs owned by a breeder on County Road S, Sobieski, killed several chickens and severely injured a cat on a neighbor’s property.

Suspicious — Authorities investigated a report that someone was going through a semi and truck at a residence along state Highway 22, Oconto.

July 4

Deputies responded to 44 incidents, including the following:

Theft — Authorities investigated a report that when a man did a walk-through of his home on Allen Road in Little Suamico after a two-month absence, he noticed several items had been taken.

July 3

Deputies responded to 40 incidents, including the following:

Theft — Oconto Falls police were called to investigate a report that a person being evicted from an Adams Street residence was trying to sell the landlord’s washer and dryer on Facebook.

Suspicious — Authorities investigated a report that about six people with flashlights were in the a yard on state Highway 64, Crivitz, and might have been trying to break into the garage. They ran away.

July 2

Deputies responded to 47 incidents, including the following:

Burglary — Authorities investigated a report that a shed door was broken and the window on a trailer was damaged along Blue Road, Breed.

Theft — Authorities investigated three reports of items taken from boats along Fish House Road, Pensaukee.

Burglary — An alarm system with video alerted the owner of Bottoms Up, County Road SS, Pensaukee, that someone was trying to kick in the door.

July 1

Deputies responded to 60 incidents, including the following:

Theft — Several prescription pills were reported missing from a home on Schwartz Road, Pulaski.

ATV Complaint — Authorities took a complaint that ATVs were speeding at an estimated 50 mph on the Recreational Trail in Lakewood.

Trespassing — Authorities investigated a report that trucks were trespassing on a property along Kingston Road, Mountain.

Burglary — Authorities investigated a report that a cabin was broken into along South Branch Road, Breed.

June 30

Deputies responded to 48 incidents, including the following:

Burglary — Forced entry was reported at a shed along Logan Road in Suring.