Public Record

Shawano County Sheriff’s Department

June 9

Deputies responded to 44 incidents, including a weapon offense on Broadway Road in the Town of Richmond; noise on Wescott Drive in the Town of Wescott; property theft on Crystal Drive in the Town of Washington; property damage on Old Lake Road in the Town of Wescott; animal bite at Fawn Lake Campground, W6158 Lake Drive in the Town of Wescott; three 911 calls; three reckless driving incidents; four welfare checks; one traffic hazard; two crashes involving deer.

June 8

Deputies responded to 41 incidents, including a failure to report to jail at the Huber Work Release Center, 1240 Engel Drive, Shawano; operating while intoxicated on state Highway 29 in the Town of Wittenberg; property theft at the Ho-Chunk Casino, N7198 U.S. Highway 45 in the Town of Wittenberg; drugs on Lake Drive in the Town of Wescott; operating without a license on state Highway 29 in the Town of Wittenberg; eight 911 calls; three reckless driving incidents; two traffic hazards; two welfare checks; two crashes involving deer.

June 7

Deputies responded to 48 incidents, including a warrant attempt at the Shawano County Courthouse, 311 N. Main St., Shawano; operating without a license on U.S. Highway 45 in the Town of Wittenberg; operating without a license on state Highway 47 in the Town of Red Springs; property theft on Witt-Birn Townline Road in the Town of Birnamwood; warrant on County Road E in the Town of Green Valley; burglary on Hiawatha Court in the Town of Wescott; drugs on state Highway 47 in the Town of Lessor; assault on South Webb Street; four 911 calls; five reckless driving incidents; two traffic hazards; one welfare check; six crashes, one involving deer.

June 6

Deputies responded to 43 incidents, including an animal bite on state Highway 29 in the Town of Maple Grove; missing person on Shore Drive in the Town of Wescott; harassment on Deer Drive in the Town of Angelica; trespassing on state Highway 22 in the Town of Washington; boat problem at the Lighthouse, W6440 Gumaer Road in the Town of Wescott; found property on state Highway 29 in the Town of Waukechon; five 911 calls; four reckless driving incidents; two traffic hazards; two welfare checks; five crashes, one involving deer.

June 5

Deputies responded to 41 incidents, including a warrant at the Shawano County Courthouse, 311 N. Main St., Shawano; property theft on South Warrington Avenue; property theft on state Highway 22 in the Town of Green Valley; failure to report to jail at the Shawano County Jail, 405 N. Main St., Shawano; sick animal on Spruce Road in the Town of Richmond; found property on County Road A in the Town of Herman; seven 911 calls; one traffic hazard; two welfare checks; three crashes, two involving deer.

June 4

Deputies responded to 39 incidents, including a failure to report to jail at the Huber Work Release Center, 1240 Engel Drive, Shawano; warrant on Red Oak Lane in the Town of Wittenberg; fraud on Town Line Road in the Town of Waukechon; threatening on South Prouty Street in Wittenberg; threatening on South Warrington Avenue in Cecil; harassment on Curt Black Road in the Town of Wescott; weapon offense at Arby’s, N4543 state Highway 22 in the Town of Belle Plaine; warrant on Broadway Road in the Town of Richmond; assisting with a fire on East Grand Avenue in the Town of Wittenberg; three 911 calls; two welfare checks; two traffic hazards; one crash involving deer.

June 3

Deputies responded to 42 incidents, including noise on Beech Road in the Town of Richmond; property damage on Valley Road in the Town of Hartland; property theft on Acorn Road in the Town of Belle Plaine; harassment on County Road S in the Town of Maple Grove; found property on state Highway 47-55 in the Town of Wescott; seven 911 calls; three reckless driving incidents; one traffic hazard; four welfare checks; one crash.

Shawano Police Department

June 9

Officers responded to 15 incidents, including a warrant arrest on East Green Bay Street; hit and run at Aldi, 1253 E. Green Bay St.; trespassing on East Fifth Street.

June 8

Officers responded to 20 incidents, including reckless driving at Maple Lane Health Care, N4231 state Highway 22 in the Town of Belle Plaine; traffic hazard on North Airport Drive; lewd and lascivious behavior on North Washington Street; traffic hazard on East Green Bay Street; found property on Estates Lane; found property at Subway, 1244 E. Green Bay St.; threatening at Aldi, 1253 E, Green Bay St.; burglary on Madison Way; fireworks on South River Street.

June 7

Officers responded to 17 incidents, including a vehicle crash with personal injury on North Main Street; vehicle crash with personal injury on County Road B; animal bite on South Main Street; drugs at an undisclosed location; neglected animal at Ihop, 1398 E. Green Bay St.; neglected animal at Shoe Sensation, 180 Woodlawn Drive; trespassing at The Store, 404 E. Green Bay St.; operating without a license on East Green Bay St.

June 6

Officers responded to 25 incidents, including a probation violation at Sharonas Bar, 111 S. Washington St.; assisting with a fire on West Picnic Street; death investigation at an undisclosed location; fraud on East Green Bay Street; drugs at Shawano Police Department, 125 S. Sawyer St.; harassment at Kwik Trip Shawano, 1241 E. Green Bay St.; traffic hazard on Alpine Drive.

June 5

Officers responded to 26 incidents, including two found property calls at Shawano Police Department, 125 S. Sawyer St.; vehicle crash on North Airport Drive; internet sex crime at Shawano Police Department, 125 S. Sawyer St.; juvenile problem at Arlington Park, 300 N. Humphrey Circle; vehicle crash at Walmart, 1244 E. Green Bay St.

June 4

Report not received by press time.

June 3

Officers responded to 21 incidents, including juvenile runaway at an undisclosed location; drugs at Shawano Police Department, 125 S. Sawyer St.; traffic hazard on County Road B; hit and run on North Main Street; theft at Prime Motorsports, 1625 E. Green Bay St.; vandalism at South Forty, 704 S. Main St.; reckless driving on Estates Lane; warrant arrest on South Main Street.