Oconto County Sheriff’s Department

July 4

Deputies responded to 63 incidents, including a wanted person on East Frontage Road in the Town of Little Suamico, a death investigation in the Town of Stiles, fireworks on state Highway 32-64 in the Town of Mountain, drugs at an undisclosed location, a disturbance on County Road AA in the Town of Breed, fireworks on Sundew Road in the Town of Little Suamico, property damage on Pickerel Lake Road in the Town of Townsend, suspicious activity on Konitzer Road in the Town of Morgan, a noise disturbance on Lake John Road in the Town of Lakewood, suspicious activity on Whiffen Lane in the Town of Mountain, a noise disturbance on Youngman Lane in the Town of Lakewood, threatening on East Frontage Road in the Town of Little Suamico, threatening on County Road E in the Town of Abrams, fireworks on Moody Lake Circle in the Town of Breed, nine traffic stops, one traffic hazard, four traffic offenses, one citizen assist, five miscellaneous traffic incidents, one welfare check; two 911 hangups and four open lines; three ambulance calls; four crashes, one involving deer.

July 3

Deputies responded to 92 incidents, including attempted fraud on Arthur Lane in the Town of Riverview, suspicious activity on Harley Street in the Village of Lena, a weapon offense near Logtown and Gallon roads in the Town of Oconto, a drug investigation in the City of Oconto, a wanted person near U.S. Highway 141 and Benser Lane in the Town of Lena, fireworks near Jaworski Road and County Road S in the Town of Chase, a noise disturbance on Black Walnut Way in the Town of Little Suamico, suspicious activity on East Crooked Lake Lane in the Town of Riverview, suspicious activity near U.S. Highway 141 and Lemere Road in the Town of Stiles, 17 traffic stops, five traffic offenses, five citizen assists, one miscellaneous traffic incident, two welfare checks; five 911 hangups and four open lines; one crash involving deer.

July 2

Deputies responded to 43 incidents, including theft on Maple Grove School Road in the Town of Little River, a jail incident at 220 Arbutus Ave. in the City of Oconto, theft near Sampson Road and County Road S in the Town of Pensaukee, an ATV accident on South Shore Heights Lane in the Town of Mountain, fire on Jenny Lane in the Town of Doty, a missing person on Tower Drive Road in the Town of Stiles, suspicious activity on Sherrie Lane in the Town of Underhill, two traffic hazards, four citizen assists, four miscellaneous traffic incidents, two welfare checks; five 911 hangups and one open line; two crashes.

July 1

Deputies responded to 50 incidents, including early-morning fireworks on Melissa Boulevard in the Town of Little Suamico, attempted fraud on Buds Lane in the Town of Mountain, fire on River Street in the Town of Little Suamico, trespassing on Scotch Pine Circle in the Town of Townsend, threatening on Moody Road in the Town of Pensaukee, a wanted person on North Chestnut Avenue in the City of Oconto Falls, fire near Sundew Road and County Road S in the Town of Little Suamico, threatening on Schwartz Road in the Town of Chase, suspicious activity on Krause Road in the Town of Little Suamico, suspicious activity on Munger Lake Court in the Town of Lakewood, a structure fire on Knollwood Lane in the Town of Mountain, a disturbance on East First Street in the City of Gillett, one traffic stop, one traffic hazard, one traffic offense, two citizen assists, two miscellaneous traffic incidents; three open-line 911 calls; two ambulance calls.

June 30

Deputies responded to 56 incidents, including suspicious activity on Boulder Lake Lane in the Town of Doty, a disturbance on White Tail Lane in the Town of Oconto, an unwanted party on Elm Road in the Town of How, a weapon offense near County Road P and state Highway 22 in the Town of Gillett, an unwanted party on Tom Post Road in the Town of Brazeau, a disturbance on Munger Lake Road in the Town of Lakewood, a disturbance on state Highway 22 in the Town of Oconto Falls, intoxication on Wickman Way in the Town of Abrams, suspicious activity on Cross Road in the Town of Little Suamico, suspicious activity on East Main Street in the Village of Lena, late-night fireworks on Moody Lake Circle in the Town of Breed and near County Road W and Whispering Pines Lane in the Town of Riverview, nine traffic stops, one traffic hazard, two traffic offenses, three miscellaneous traffic incidents, one welfare check; one 911 hangup and four open lines; two crashes involving deer.

June 29

Deputies responded to 58 incidents, including a disturbance at the County Road EE Park and Ride in the Town of Abrams, suspicious activity on County Road J in the Town of Oconto, an animal bite on Nicolet Road in the Town of Townsend, theft on state Highway 32 in the Town of Riverview, an ATV accident near Knowles Creek Road and County Road F in the Town of Lakewood, suspicious activity on La Fortune Lane in the Town of Little River, trespassing on Molitor Road in the Town of Little River, a disturbance near County Road I and St. Patricks Road in the Town of Stiles, sexual assault in the Town of Oconto Falls, property damage on North Maiden Lake Road in the Town of Riverview, a noise disturbance on Oak Orchard Road in the Town of Abrams, suspicious activity on South Birch Avenue in the City of Gillett, three traffic stops, one traffic offense, two citizen assists, four miscellaneous traffic incidents, six welfare checks; six 911 hangups and six open lines; two ambulance calls; four crashes, one involving deer.

June 28

Deputies responded to 41 incidents, including suspicious activity on state Highway 32 in the Town of Chase, an internet crimes against children incident in the City of Oconto, automobile theft near state Highway 22 and Young Road in the Town of Oconto, sex offender violations in the towns of Spruce and Stiles, theft on Presel Lane in the Town of Little River, a disturbance on Lindsey Avenue in the City of Oconto, suspicious activity on North Chestnut Avenue in the City of Oconto Falls, two traffic stops, one traffic hazard, two traffic offenses, two citizen assists, four miscellaneous traffic incidents; four 911 hangups and one open line; one ambulance call; two crashes, one involving deer.