Tuesday, Oct. 6
1:28 p.m. Rural Chetek caller says two political signs are missing.
3:38 p.m. Chetek officer out at school for a student refusing to go home with a parent. 4:46 p.m., crisis plan was put in place.
3:40 p.m. Man in custody in Cameron for a Rice Lake case.
5:39 p.m. Rural Chetek caller wants to know about a sex offender ordinance. Her brother was cited in Rice Lake for a sex offender ordinance. She wants to know if he can park his trailer on her property.
6:38 p.m. Chetek caller says her teenage granddaughter attacked her. She does not need EMS. The daughter is leaving with her girlfriend. 7:44 p.m., there was conflict over some family issues. Granddaughter was headed to Rusk County. Caller wants her back by 2 p.m. on Wednesday, or she will be listed as a runaway.
9:40 p.m. Cameron caller says an ex-girlfriend is refusing to leave. 10:19 p.m., subject is in custody for domestic disorderly conduct.
11:42 p.m. Dallas caller says a skid steer is on fire. Barron Fire paged. 12:08 a.m., fire is under control.
Wednesday, Oct. 7
10:49 a.m. Registered sex offender will be staying in rural Chetek.
3:21 p.m. Chetek officer out for a theft complaint.
8:27 p.m. Chetek caller says a man walked into his house. He chased him out twice. 8:37 p.m., man went to the gas station and then headed north again. 8:42 p.m., officer out with the man. 8:50 p.m., officer does not believe it is the man. 9:08 p.m., officers did not see any man.
Thursday, Oct. 8
11:43 a.m. Rollover on 22-1/2 Street in rural Chetek. 12:55 p.m., wrecker has the vehicle.
Friday, Oct. 9
12:26 p.m. Caller on Hwy. 53 says a ladder fell off a trailer and they hit it with their camper. The other truck picked up the ladder but then took off. They are following it and trying to get a plate number. The truck turned around and is heading north. Woman was advised to pull into a rest area and wait for a deputy.
1:08 p.m. Man says he planted 15 acres of soybeans and had an agreement with the property owner but it was via text. He wants to harvest the crop and the owner said he is not allowed to do so and he must pay the owner. The farmer believes this is because he didn’t have the man do a project he bid out. 2:44 p.m., farmer was told this is a civil matter and he must negotiate the price with the landowner.
6:26 p.m. Cameron woman says a neighbor is burning leaves and says it is a danger to trees and her house. Embers are falling on her porch. She was told to exit the house. Cameron Fire paged. 6:46 p.m., man called and the fire under control and there is no danger of the structure burning. 7:03 p.m., caller said the fire is 6 feet high. Officer says the fire is out at this time.
Saturday, Oct. 10
11:09 a.m. Cameron man says his Honda Fourtrax ATV was taken from his yard sometime in the last three days.
12:18 p.m. Theft complaint of tools at a construction site in Chetek.
4:50 p.m. Chetek man says a farmer has crops on his property and is trying to harvest it. The farmer does not have permission to be on the caller’s property. 7:12 p.m., this is a civil matter.
5:46 p.m. Caller says a woman damaged a truck at the boat landing. A dog went after a man. A truck was punched. They got in her car and chased a man.
5:48 p.m. Kids are on the roof of a building in a Cameron park. 5:58 p.m., kids were told to get off the roof. They were told they would be cited for trespassing if they returned.
Sunday, Oct. 11
12:21 a.m. Chetek man says a man is threatening him with a baseball bat because the caller asked him to stop revving his engine. 12:50 a.m., man will be done working on his vehicle for the night.
1:23 a.m. 911 call from a rural Chetek bar with yelling in the background. No one answered on a call back. 1:43 a.m., bartender and subjects said there was an issue earlier but it was resolved.
8:16 a.m. Worker at a Chetek store said she arrived to open the store and the back door was open and the alarms were going off. She is not sure if anything is missing.
6:57 p.m. Caller says a man with a warrant is at a Chetek bar. His vehicle is there. 7:47 p.m., man was not there.
Monday, Oct. 12
2:14 a.m. Cameron man says there is a man banging on his door. He is not sure who it is. He just moved in and is not sure if the place used to be a drug house. 2:24 p.m., caller said he also had a woman come over to borrow money and a man followed her up the driveway. 2:37 a.m., officer did not see anyone.
12:15 p.m. Cameron man says the mother of his toddler child, has been using drugs at the resident, has had people in and out of the residence and has been blowing smoke into the child’s face to put him to sleep. There is an older son that may have been abused. Welfare check requested. 1:16 p.m., deputy spoke to the woman. Everything appears okay. Complaint was unfounded.
6:20 p.m. Woman said she has an audio recording in which she believes that a woman is in a domestic abuse situation with her boyfriend. The recording says the woman could get caught in the crossfire and about killing cops. 7:33 p.m., deputy spoke with the women. Man made threats to shoot government workers if they knocked on the door. The woman got exposed to COVID-19 and gave info to the health department. Health department was advised. 8:15 p.m., deputy met with the woman. She did not feel safe at home and that is why she stayed with a family member last night.
8:08 p.m. Juvenile girl in rural Cameron said her mother will not let her call her dad and then shoved her and poked her. 8:21 p.m., girl does not need EMS. She said her mother left but will be back. 8:36 p.m., girl was upset her mother took her phone. Deputy said the mother has the right to do that.