Monday, Dec. 30

12:07 a.m. Chetek officer responding to a 911 hang-up call at Chetek apartments on 13th Street. No emergency. 12:25 a.m., everything is okay.

1:45 a.m. Caller from above says she broke up with a man and he started choking her. He won’t leave. She is in the bathroom and he keeps breaking into it. 1:48 a.m., officer says man is running away. 1:52 a.m., officer lost sight of the suspect. 2:34 a.m., man can be arrested for domestic disorderly conduct.

2:44 a.m. 911 call from Chetek apartments. Same caller as above. 2:48 a.m., officer out with the man and woman. 3:06 a.m., man is in custody.

Tuesday, Dec. 31

3:04 p.m. Chetek officer out at a nursing home for a man who did some damage. 3:34 p.m., man will be cited for disorderly conduct.

11:34 p.m. Chetek caller says a subject tried to get into his house. He answered the door and the man said he needed a ride somewhere and seemed confused. He said he had trouble with his vehicle or ran out of gas. The caller said he’d call police and the man got spooked and took off. Deputy advised. 12:10 a.m., deputy nearly ran over the man on CTH M. 12:16 a.m., man does not seem to be happy the deputy is there. He will give him a ride to Chetek. 12:20 a.m., man was dropped off.

Wednesday, Jan. 1

3:04 a.m. Crash on Hwy. 53 near Chetek. Man is in the driver’s seat. 3:20 a.m., wrecker requested. There is damage to the guardrail. Highway department will respond with traffic cones.

4:21 a.m. Chetek gas station clerk says there is a man asking people for rides and asking the clerk when she gets off work. She would like to like to see an officer. 4:53 a.m., man got a ride and was gone.

4:22 a.m. Chetek woman says there is a woman at her house. 4:43 a.m., officer searched the residence. No one was there. Caller is on medications that may cause issues.

10:25 a.m. Caller says a couple of Amish buggies are pulling a guy on skis.

12:26 p.m. Eviction at a rural Chetek address. Woman was not there. Man will be responsible for dealing with her belongings, including the car. Locks are being changed.

Thursday, Jan. 2

2:01 a.m. Caller at a Chetek hotel says there are people in a vehicle using their Wi-Fi. Last time, a officer arrested them. Caller was advised if the Wi-Fi is free and not password protected, there is not a lot police can do about Wi-Fi misuse. 2:20 a.m., officer has a subject in custody for drugs. 3:15 a.m., subjects were cited and released to their parents.

6:40 a.m. Town of Sioux Creek was advised of manure on the road on 23-3/4 Street.

9 a.m. Possible intoxicated driver north of Cameron. Both are heavily intoxicated and there is a vehicle in the ditch. 9:53 a.m., field sobriety at Cameron Police Department. 10:26 a.m., en route to hospital. Another en route to a residence. 10:57 a.m., wrecker has the vehicle.

4:48 p.m. Medical alert from an address in Chetek. EMS paged. 5:39 p.m., officer said they kicked in the door. It was secured and a message was left for a family member.

8:36 p.m. Chippewa County says a driver on Hwy. 53 said a car was throwing things out the window and an object broke her windshield. 8:51 p.m., car was last seen on Seventh Avenue. 9:08 p.m., out at address. 9:20 p.m., owner is in custody for criminal damage to property. 9:37 p.m., man was cited and released, and he paid for the windshield.

11:23 p.m. Car is in the ditch on CTH SS near where the speed drops from 45 to 35 mph in Cameron. 11:50 p.m., highway department was notified of a knocked-down speed sign.

Friday, Jan. 3

2:53 a.m. Chetek woman says a cowboy, a mime, a nun, a bum and a Juggalo are in her house. They are wearing masks and mouthing words but not saying anything. She said they left and she can go to bed now. 3:13 a.m., woman says she is still seeing things. She is on new medication and she says that is the culprit of her visions. She will try and listen to some music to help her sleep.

9:50 a.m. Probation requests a deputy come to a rural Cameron address. 10:01 a.m., Washburn County requested to go to a man’s job site. 11:51 a.m., man is in custody. 12:16 p.m., en route to the jail. 2:09 p.m., en route to the residence with a search warrant.

12:23 p.m. Caller in rural Chetek says a vehicle went into the other lane and nearly hit a car head-on. 12:55 p.m., traffic stop. Negative OWI. Driver was cited for speeding.

8:39 p.m. A Chetek woman is making suicidal comments. She is going through a divorce. She has been drinking. 10:08 p.m., en route to Barron with the woman for a mental health chapter. 2:14 a.m., en route to La Crosse.

8:40 p.m. 911 call in Chetek. Sather Family Dental office is on fire. Chetek Fire and EMS paged. 8:45 p.m., New Auburn Fire paged. 9:15 p.m., electric utility will be en route. 10:30 p.m., tankers from Barron and Cameron requested. 10:44 p.m., highway department requested to sand the streets. 11:07 p.m., deputy requested on CTH SS to stop traffic as they draw water from the river. 1 a.m., Rice Lake Fire is clearing the scene.

10:01 p.m. Tipster says two people are doing meth in rural Chetek. 11:05 p.m., man let deputies search the residence. The man was not there and left two hours ago.

10:05 p.m. Caller says a PT Cruiser drove into the lot and ran into some lumber. The driver appeared impaired. Officer has pulled over the vehicle. 10:13 p.m., driver is highly intoxicated. 10:21 p.m., woman is in custody. Out at a business for follow-up. 10:22 p.m., woman says there was an assault. 10:49 p.m., en route to Barron.

Saturday, Jan. 4

3:32 a.m. Cameron woman says her boyfriend is being disorderly. She took him to his mother’s residence and he put something in her ignition and now she cannot start her car. 4:09 a.m., woman was given a ride home.

7:01 a.m. Woman says she was at the train station in Minneapolis. She lost her luggage and her friends left her there. Her phone is tracking to her residence in Chetek. 7:38 a.m., a social worker will check on her.

9:46 a.m. Cameron gas station requests an officer for a theft that occurred last night.

10:52 a.m. Cameron officer requests a deputy on a traffic stop. 11:08 a.m., man has a warrant. 11:17 a.m., warrant is valid.

12:29 p.m. Cameron man says he is renting property from a man and he was removing some property. The landlord got in his face and would not let him get into his truck to leave. 1 p.m., officer says this is a civil issue and they will bring documents for proof.

1:24 p.m. Cameron caller says a man was at his residence Thursday night around 1:30 a.m. and he was removed. Last night, someone was walking around with flashlights. He was advised to call if they return.

Sunday, Jan. 5

10:55 a.m. EMS paged in Chetek for a woman who fell and hit her head.

12:10 p.m. Chetek woman says there is a man helping her move furniture and he got stuck behind a wall and she cannot get him out. 12:23 p.m., there is no one there.

12:47 p.m. Cameron man says his daughter is bleeding from the mouth and he is en route to the hospital. Hospital was advised.

5:40 p.m. Truck and trailer are in the ditch on Hwy. 25 near Dallas. No injuries. The trailer rolled but the truck did not.

9:13 p.m. Chetek caller says an ex-girlfriend kicked in the door. She is trying to get in. 9:20 p.m., officer says the woman left prior to their arrival. 9:23 p.m., officer out with the woman. 9:37 p.m., en route to jail with the woman.

Monday, Jan. 6

4:20 p.m. Rural Cameron residents have an issue with their juvenile daughter. 5:37 p.m., woman says her daughter left to get in a fight. 5:51 p.m., daughter came back home but said she would leave again.

8:12 p.m. Chetek officer needs a log entry for a domestic incident that happened this weekend.

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