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Everest-area police records

2:45 AM, Dec. 6, 2012  |  Comments
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On Nov. 21, a 41-year-old male in the 1800 block of Daley Avenue, Weston, reported the unauthorized use of his personal information where someone opened a cellular phone account with Verizon using his name.

On Nov. 22, a 52-year-old male at The Jim Bar, 3012 Schofield Ave., Weston, was taken into custody on a probation hold after making contact with him in the parking lot of The Jim Bar, after a call that he had stolen his wife's vehicle.

On Nov. 21, Weston Continental Communities Co. out of Merrill reported the fraudulent use of its financial transaction card at Kwik Trip at 5603 Business Highway 51 in the village of Weston. A 20-year-old suspect had been interviewed by the Merrill Police Department and confessed to using the card at numerous Kwik Trip locations in the city of Merrill, Wausau and one time in Weston.

On Nov. 22, a 39-year-old male at Ministry Saint Clare's Hospital, 3400 Ministry Parkway in Weston, reported that his 2008 Toyota Sienna van was struck while parked in the hospital parking lot. The striking vehicle was identified, and the operator also was identified as a 39-year-old male. He was cited for hit-and-run to an unattended vehicle and operating with no insurance.

On Nov. 23, a 22-year-old in the 1800 block of Poplar Lane, Weston, reported an unknown suspect stole property from inside his vehicle. The vehicle was parked on Poplar Lane, town of Weston, and the incident occurred between 8 p.m. Nov. 22 and 10:30 a.m. Nov. 23. The property that was stolen was a long-rifle-caliber handgun, clothes, a cellular phone and a laptop computer.

On Nov. 23, a 79-year-old female in the 6000 block of Birch Street, Weston, reported the unauthorized use of her personal identifying information after being notified that three separate charge cards have been opened in her name and a fraudulent tax return was filed against her in 2010.

On Nov. 24, Everest Metro Units responded to the Dollar General Store, 800 block of Grand Avenue, Schofield, where a male and female were fighting. Contact was made with a 27-year-old male, and it was determined that he was yelling and swearing at his 18-year-old girlfriend inside the store. The male was arrested for disorderly conduct, domestic abuse related.

On Nov. 24, a 61-year-old male, in the 2600 block of Payne Street, Weston, reported the theft of miscellaneous items from his unlocked vehicle while it was parked in the driveway of his residence on Payne Street in the town of Weston.

On Nov. 26, a 27-year-old male in the 1800 block of Bloedel Avenue, Weston, was arrested for disorderly conduct and domestic abuse, after he pulled his live-in girlfriend across the floor by her jacket, ripping off her sleeves.

On Nov. 25, a 37-year-old male at Grand Avenue and Jacoby Street, Schofield, was arrested for operating under the influence of intoxicants-fourth offense.

On Nov. 25, a 20-year-old male at Pho Saigon Noodle House, 280 Grand Ave., Schofield, was arrested for an outstanding warrant through Marathon County for failure to pay court costs and attorney fees.

On Nov. 25, a 20-year-old female in the 3100 block of Tamarack Lane, Weston, reported the theft of her Garmin GPS navigation unit, as well as the accompanying plugs and chargers, an iPod plug and a universal cellphone charger from her unlocked vehicle in the driveway of her residence in the town of Weston.

On Nov. 25, a 20-year-old female in the 4900 block of Birch Street, Weston, reported damage to her vehicle and subsequent theft of items from the vehicle while it was parked in her driveway in the village of Weston.

On Nov. 26, a 51-year-old male, at Schofield Avenue and Camp Phillips Road, Weston, was arrested on a Winnebago County warrant and also issued citations for operating without a valid license-third and subsequent offense and also nonregistration of motor vehicle.

On Nov. 21, an officer was dispatched to the 1800 block of Monterey Avenue, Weston, in reference to a possible attempt to break into a residence through a back door. It was determined after the investigation that this was not an attempted burglary, but the cause of the broken window was not determined.

On Nov. 27, an officer was dispatched to Applied Laser Technologies, 8404 Venture Circle, Weston, for a report of a trailer stolen from the parking lot of that location.

On Nov. 27, at Grand Avenue and Radtke Street, a 30-year-old female was arrested on two Marathon County warrants and cited for operating after revocation and nonregistration of a vehicle after a traffic stop on Grand Avenue at Radtke Street in the city of Schofield.

On Nov. 27, an 86-year-old female at Kwik Trip, 5600 Business Highway 51, Weston, reported to the Wausau Police Department fraudulent charges on her credit card. Two of these charges occurred at Kwik Trip at 5603 Business Highway 51 in the village of Weston. Wausau Police Department investigated other charges in its jurisdiction under case No. 12-13311.

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