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Sheriff report

4:42 PM, Jun. 18, 2013  |  Comments
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In late May, the Oconto County Sheriff's Department began redacting personal information from reports of accidents and property crimes, citing a federal court ruling last year.

June 13

? The vehicle registration from one car and $10 to $15 in loose change was taken from a second car parked at a residence in the town of Abrams.

June 12

? A Townsend woman was cited for inattentive driving after a one-car accident about 3:24 p.m. in the town of Townsend. She was southbound on Burnt Dam Road West, just south of Little Ireland Road, when she lost control and struck a utility pole. The woman, who said she was trying to get mosquitos out of her car, was not injured. She was wearing a seatbelt.

June 11

? Nothing was missing in a burglary to a residence in the town of Little Rivr. The door jamb was broken. A suspicious woman had been seen outside the property shortly before the break-in was discovered.

June 9

? A Green Bay man driving a pickup struck and killed a dog that ran in front of him on County Highway A, just east of County Highway K, in the town of Spruce about 12:30 p.m.

June 7

? The driver of a car was transported for treatment of incapacitating injuries after a one-vehicle accident about 8:55 a.m. in the town of Little Suamico. The driver failed to negotiate a curve on W. Frontier Road, about a tenth of a mile north of Brown Road, lost control and overturned in the roadway.

June 4

? The male driver was cited for operating while intoxicated, inattentive driving, and no driver's license after a one-vehicle accident about 8:46 a.m. in the town of Pensaukee. The northbound car entered the median on Highway 41, two-tenths of a mile south of Froelick Road and overturned. The driver suffered a non-incapacitating injury, but was not transported. It was not known if he was wearing a seatbelt.

June 2

? A man driving a motorcycle was transported for treatment of non-incapacitating injuries in an accident about 9:14 p.m. in the town of Chase. He was westbound on County Highway C, about a tenth of a mile west of Blaser Lane, when a deer ran in front of him and he lost control. He was ejected and ended up in the north ditch. He was wearing a helmet and eye protection.

? A woman was cited for too fast for conditions after a one-car accident about 3:45 a.m. in the town of Abrams. She was eastbound on County Highway E, near Sandalwood Road, when she crossed the centerline and veered into the north ditch. The car drove over a culvert at 6504 County Highway E, went airborne over the driveway, landed on the other side of the driveway and flipped over onto its roof, slid and then flipped over twice more. The driver said she swerved to miss a deer. She suffered a non-incapacitating injury but was not transported. She was wearing a seatbelt.

June 1

? A man driving a car was not injured after a swerved to avoid a deer on Highway 32 in the town of Gillett about 4:50 a.m. The driver of the northbound car overcorrected and entered the east ditch about two-tenths of a mile north of Sandy Corners. He was wearing a seatbelt.

? A fuel tank was taken from a pontoon boat parked at a cottage in the town of Brazeau.

May 31

? A man was cited for inattentive driving, failure to report an accident and no insurance after a one-car accident in the town of Chase about 5:37 p.m. The car was westbound on S. Chase Road, three-tenths of a mile west of County Highway C, when it entered the north ditch, struck an address sign post. The driver and car left the scene, but it was located later.

? A man driving a car was not injured when he swerved to miss a deer on Highway 64 in the town of Bagley about 5 a.m. The car entered the south ditch and hit a tree. He was wearing a seatbelt.

May 28

? Prescription medication was taken from a residence in the town of Mountain. The door was forced open.

May 27

? No one was injured in a two-vehicle accident about 11:10 a.m. in the town of Mountain. A woman driving a car was waiting to turn left from Highway 32 just north of Waupee River Drive when pickup pulling a boat on a trailer came up on the car tried to avoid a collision , but the trailer's tires struck the car. Both drivers and a passenger in the pickup were all wearing seatbelts.

May 26

? No one was injured in a one-vehicle accident in the town of Riverview about 2:23 p.m. A man driving a mini-van westbound on Tar Dam Road, just south of Nolting Road, failed to negotiate a curve, lost control, entered the ditch and overturned. Both the driver and a passenger were wearing seatbelts.

May 25

? A male motorcycle operator was transported for treatment of incapacitating injuries after a three-vehicle acident in the town of Mountain. The accident occurred on Highway 32, just north of Waupee Lane, about 12:45 p.m. The driver of a southbound car had stopped to make a left turn, and was rear-ended by a car that didn't realize the first car had stopped. After the collision, the second car crossed the centerline and struck the northbound motorcycle. The car drivers and a passenger in the lead vehicle were all wearing seatbelts and not injured. The motorcyclist was wearing a helmet.

May 23

? Numerous items were taken in a burglary to a trailer in the town of Mountain. The door was forced open. Stolen were a 32-inch television, six-foot HDMI cable, three hunting knives, fanny pack, air rifle, air pistol, ammo can, ammo box, 200 rounds of ammunition, a sweatshirt, carved stone box with $30 in change inside, 10 carbon dioxide cartridges, sling shot, and two magazines for a 30-06.

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