Public Record

Shawano Police Department

Oct. 30

Police logged 25 incidents, including the following:

Theft — Police responded to a property theft complaint in the 800 block of South Park Street.

Accident — Police responded to a two-vehicle injury accident at Bartlett and Green Bay streets.

Harassment — Police responded to a harassment complaint in the 200 block of North Franklin Street.

Theft — A handicapped sticker was reported stolen in the 800 block of East Maurer Street.

Harassment — Police responded to a harassment complaint in the 500 block of South Main Street.

Theft — Police responded to a property theft complaint in the 600 block of East Schurz Street.

Oct. 29

Police logged eight incidents, including the following:

Disorderly — Police responded to an intoxicated person complaint at the VFW Clubhouse, 202 W. Lieg Ave.

Disturbance — Police responded to a domestic disturbance in the 400 block of South Andrews Street.

Juvenile — Police responded to a juvenile problem in the 500 block of South Lincoln Street.

Disturbance — A 26-year-old Crandon woman was arrested for disorderly conduct, obstructing an officer, resisting arrest, felony bail jumping, misdemeanor bail jumping and several outstanding warrants after police responded to a disturbance in the 200 block of South Andrews Street.

Oct. 28

Police logged 13 incidents, including the following:

Disturbance — Police responded to a disturbance at the Four Seasons Hotel, 201 N. Airport Drive.

Hit and Run — Police investigated a property damage hit-and-run at Main Street and Northridge Drive.

Burglary — An unknown male entered an apartment in the 100 block of South Lafayette Street and reportedly took a lock box from the kitchen table. The incident is under investigation.

Disorderly — Police responded to an intoxicated person complaint at Charlie’s County Market, 521 S. Main St.

Theft — A bike was reported stolen in the 1100 block of South River Street.

Oct. 27

Police logged 29 incidents, including the following:

Disturbance — Police responded to a disturbance in the 600 block of East Lieg Avenue.

Burglary — A break-in was reported to the ticket office at the Shawano County Fairgrounds, 900 E. Green Bay St.

Fraud — American Marine Supercenter, 826 E. Green Bay St., reported a mail scam.

Theft — A bike was reported stolen in the 900 block of South River Street.

Disorderly — Police responded to an intoxicated person complaint at Charlie’s County Market, 521 S. Main St.

Disturbance — Police responded to a disturbance in the 500 block of Prospect Circle.

Shawano County Sheriff’s Department

Oct. 30

Deputies logged 39 incidents, including the following:

Juvenile — Authorities responded to a juvenile problem on Lake Drive in the town of Wescott.

Suspicious — Authorities responded to a suspicious person complaint on state Highway 22 in the town of Belle Plaine.

Theft — A turtle was reported stolen from the Wittenberg Shell Station, 413 N. Genesee St., in Wittenberg.

Theft — Remington Oil, 444 U.S. Highway 45 in Birnamwood, reported someone attempted breaking in to the automatic car wash cash machine.

Fire — Authorities responded to a house fire on Crystal Drive in the town of Washington.

Accident — Authorities logged eight deer-related crashes.

Oct. 29

Deputies logged 43 incidents, including the following:

OAR — A 19-year-old Seymour man was cited for operating after revocation and taken into custody for outstanding warrants on state Highway 29 in the town of Belle Plaine.

Fraud — Authorities investigated an identity theft complaint on County Road D in the town of Pella.

Trespass — Authorities responded to a trespassing complaint on Hidden Pines Lane in the town of Washington.

Shoplifting — John’s One-Stop, N5847 State Highway 47-55 in the town of Wescott, reported a shoplifting incident.

Accidents — Authorities logged 11 deer-related crashes.

Oct. 28

Deputies logged 39 incidents, including the following:

OWI — A 31-year-old Keshena man was arrested for operating while intoxicated and an outstanding warrant after a minor accident on Lake Drive in the town of Wescott.

OWI — A 21-year-old Bowler woman was arrested for operating while intoxicated on state Highway 47-55 in the town of Wescott.

Trespass — Authorities responded to a trespassing complaint on state Highway 47 in the town of Lessor.

Harassment — Authorities responded to a harassment complaint on Elm Street in Bowler.

OWI — A 29-year-old Tigerton man was arrested for operating while intoxicated after fleeing from authorities on County Road D in the town of Seneca.

Accidents — Authorities logged 10 deer-related crashes.

Oct. 27

Deputies logged 47 incidents, including the following:

Harassment — Authorities responded to a harassment complaint on Norton Road in the town of Wescott.

Harassment — Authorities responded to a harassment complaint on Webb Street in Wittenberg.

Trespass — Authorities responded to a trespassing complaint on Wood Lane in the town of Lessor.

Theft — A license plate was reported stolen on Main Street in Bowler.

Accidents — Authorities responded to a fatal crash on state Highway 22 in the town of Washington and an injury accident on U.S. Highway 45 in the town of Aniwa, and logged five deer-related crashes.

Clintonville Police Department

Oct. 30

Police logged 14 incidents, including the following:

Curfew — A curfew violation was reported on Anne Street.

Fraud — Identity theft was reported on West 13th Street.

Assault — A sexual assault complaint was under investigation on East Morning Glory Drive.

Oct. 29

Police logged four incidents, including the following:

Disturbance — Police responded to a family disturbance on South Main Street.

Oct. 28

Police logged eight incidents, including the following:

Disturbance — Officers responded to North 12th Street for an unwanted subject.

Theft — Theft of money was reported on Fifth Street.

Oct. 27

Police logged six incidents, including the following:

Fire — Fire department was dispatched to Industrial Avenue for a fire in a paint booth.

Fire — Ambulance and fire department were dispatched to a kitchen fire on 18th Street.