Ashland Police Department
Friday, Nov. 30
•12:23 a.m. — Caller on Main St. E. reports three women attacked her/they jumped her and pulled her hair.
•1:52 a.m. — Caller on 3rd St. W. reports neighbors are yelling and banging around, this has been going on for quite a while. 1:53 a.m. — residents have been moving a bed.
•9:31 a.m. — Caller requests to speak with an officer regarding an incident that occurred on Main St. E. wherein her mother had been threatened by a group of females.
•11:08 a.m. — Motorist reports observing another vehicle hit a dog that was running in the middle of the road. Animal was left in the middle of 6th St. W. bleeding from the eye. Vehicle continued on, unknown description and unknown direction. 11:17 a.m. — Officer advised whereabouts of owner unknown. Made contact with friend of owner who will take animal to vet.
•3:56 p.m. — Caller reports a silver Ford Focus parked on Main St. W. with two to three small children inside left alone for approximately 20 minutes.
•4:15 p.m. — Caller on Main St. W. reports he and his girlfriend came home after a night of drinking and accidentally left their apartment door open. When they awoke, all their drawers were open and money was stolen.
•4:46 p.m. — Caller reports his ex backed into his car on Lakeview Drive on November 24. Damage is greater than $1,000. Now ex is not returning his phone calls regarding accident.
•5:59 p.m. — Caller requests to speak to an officer in regard to his girlfriend that is staying with him. States he wants her and her daughter to move out, but she has told him that if he calls the police to kick her out, she will file a false police report against him and get him in trouble. 6:07 p.m. — Caller on bail with no contact order with girlfriend. No location given.
•6:06 p.m. — Caller on Main St. W. reported that someone went in her vehicle and took her purse and $600 camera.
•9:09 p.m. — Caller heard what sounded to him like approximately 15 gun shots near AmericInn. 9:17 p.m. — Called back to say it may have come from the area of the industrial park. 9:18 p.m. — Officers advised nothing heard in area and nothing seems out of the ordinary near AmericInn and Industrial.
•10:52 p.m. — Caller on 6th St. E. reports younger male wearing dark clothes hanging around his neighbor’s black truck/when caller went over there to talk to male he ran and is now standing at the window of the house across the Street.
Saturday, Dec. 1
•12:51 a.m. — 911 call to report female in middle of highway around corner near Pizza Pub.
•2:59 a.m. — $10 gas drive-off at Holiday gas station on Ellis Ave.
•9:31 a.m. — Manager from McDonald’s reports a white Chevy Astro van parked on Main St. side lot for two days and a flat-bed trailer parked in the Chapple Ave. lot overnight. Manager would like both removed.
•11:58 a.m. — Caller reports another vehicle struck her car while it was parked on Beaser Ave. Red and white paint on her vehicle near the damage.
•3:27 p.m. — Caller on 2nd Ave. W. reports her ex has a family ring that is hers and was wearing it when he was brought to jail. Caller wants it back and says her ex will not give it to her. Officer made several attempts to call complainant back and subject will not answer her phone. If female calls back she can be advised it is a civil issue and will need to be taken up in court.
•4:15 p.m. — Jesse’s used appliances reports several people intoxicated and refusing to leave. Group was arguing with caller about service to a water heater and now will not let caller inside the store. Line disconnected by caller while dispatching officers. 4:40 p.m. — officer advised subject causing disturbance had left the area willingly.
•4:25 p.m. — Caller reports toolbox taken from the bed of his truck, which was parked in the lot on Chapple Ave.
•4:34 p.m. — Caller on Lakeshore Dr. requests to speak with an officer regarding a custody issue.
•5:24 p.m. — Caller reports her wallet was stolen Friday night from Maple Creek restaurant. Further reports there have been new charges on her credit and debit cards.
•5:33 p.m. — Staff from the Prentice House reports the Prentice House van was damaged while parked at Bretting Community center. Stated a dent in a panel that appeared to have been from someone kicking it.
•7:14 p.m. — Driver reports an intoxicated male walked in front of his moving bus on Main St. W. and Beaser Ave. He then stumbled up onto the sidewalk and fell down/two females went over to assist. 7:21 p.m. — Nobody located in the area, he must have gotten a ride with those who went over to check on him.
•7:24 p.m. — Report of two small children maybe 6 or 7 years old playing in the street on Main St. 7:25 p.m. — Officer advised that the children are playing in the yard and an older child is watching the kids.
•10:21 p.m. — Taxi ran stop sign and almost sideswiped caller at 11th St. and 5th Ave. E. Taxi is now Eastbound on 6th St. toward Stuntz Ave.
Sunday, Dec. 2
•11:23 a.m. — Caller reports finding a wallet on Ellis Ave. that appeared to have been gone through. Caller at his residence at time of call with wallet. 11:24 a.m. — Officer advised recovering property; will notify owner.
•4:19 p.m. — Caller reports her son’s cell phone was stolen out of a locker at Northland College while he was swimming. Message left for campus security.
•4:56 p.m. — Caller requests officer at residence for his girlfriend who is refusing to leave. Dispatch could hear female party yelling in background. Female said, “give me back my cell phone” before line was disconnected. No answer on call back, no voice mail. No location given.
•6:57 p.m. — Caller on 15th Ave. E. requests Ashland Police Department to speak with elderly neighbor who is confused and angry.
•10:45 p.m. — Bartender from Scott and R’s reports an intoxicated female who was in the bar saying she was homeless. Last seen wearing a purple sweater heading East. Officers out with the female at Main Street and Vaughn Avenue. 10:51 p.m. — Female is supposed to live somewhere at Northland College.
Monday, Dec. 3
•5:01 a.m. — Caller from Burger King states there is a vehicle parked in front of the doors that needs to be towed.
•2:09 p.m. — Caller on Main St. E. reports witnessing someone slashing a tire.
•5:05 p.m. — Ashland Motel requests officer for female who has refused to pay for 15 days.
•8:50 p.m. — McDonald’s restaurant reports a school bus broken into and items were taken.
•8:51 p.m. — Caller reports receiving texts with sexual overtones from what she believes to be a high school male. No location given.
Ashland Fire Department
Sunday, Dec. 2
•Ambulance intercept with Township of Sanborn, 12:50 a.m.; ambulance intercept with Mellen, 2:19 a.m.; ambulance intercept with Township of White River, 10:05 a.m.; transport to Essentia Health, 6:02 p.m.
Monday, Dec. 3
•Ambulance intercept with Township of Sanborn, 7:22 a.m.; local medical call with squad, 1 p.m.; transport to Duluth, 3:15 p.m.; ambulance intercept with Town of Sanborn, 7:05 p.m.; emergency trip to Essentia Health, 8:13 p.m.
Tuesday, Dec. 4
•Ambulance intercept with Washburn, 10:03 a.m.; local medical call with squad, 12:02 p.m.; local medical call with squad, 4:34 p.m.; ambulance intercept with Township of Sanborn, 5:56 p.m.
Bayfield County Sheriff’s Department
Sunday, Nov. 25
•7:32 a.m. — Request EMS for 62-year-old male who has been passing blood for two days. No location given.
•9:14 a.m. — Caller reports she went into ditch on White Tail Ave. in Bayfield. No injuries, but her tow service will not be able to respond for another three hours.
•10:58 a.m. — Caller reports a large amount of cans and debris on U.S. Highway 2 in front of the Lake Superior Lodge.
11:39 a.m. — Leino removed a large number of cans and put them in a plastic tote. Tote was left for highway department to pick up.
•12:12 p.m. — Caller on U.S. Highway 2 in Iron River requests EMS for approximately 50-year-old-male with severe chest pains. Has history of high blood pressure.
•12:18 p.m. — Officer reports he has subjects fleeing from him on foot in the woods on Bearsdale Road at Longview road.
•12:31 p.m. — Caller on Pine St. in Washburn would like information documented on his ex, who is on probation and is drinking.
•12:37 p.m. — Caller reports a red Ford Taurus speeding and driving recklessly on U.S. Highway 13 heading toward Bayfield. Caller also stated he did not believe the driver had a valid license. Vehicle and driver were stopped earlier. Driver was revoked.
•6:43 p.m. — Caller reports a vehicle driving very slowly and causing traffic to back up. No location given.
•7:54 p.m. — Caller would like officer to respond and remove her husband and his friend from the residence. 7:58 p.m. — called back and told officer to disregard and that everything was fine at the residence.
Monday, Nov. 26
•6:51 a.m. — Caller on Little Island Road in Barnes reports his 60-year-old wife is possibly having a stroke. He states two days ago she couldn’t get out of bed and for the last day she hasn’t been coherant. He states she hasn’t been making sense when speaking.
•8:12 a.m. — Caller on Franklin St. in Iron River requests EMS for his mother who is having chest pains. Mother also has a history of heart problems.
•9:20 a.m. — Caller on Big Brook Road in Cable reports she has a fire in her house. She believes it’s in the area of the wood stove.
•11:41 a.m. — Caller on Friendly Valley Road in Washburn reports his friend has a dog that is not being cared for. The dog has a large open wound that is severely infected and rancid.
•3:05 p.m. — Walk in would like to report a possible mail scam.
•3:31 p.m. — Caller on Big Rock Road in Washburn reports her canoe was stolen from her property sometime between Nov. 16th and Nov. 26th. She is at work now but would like an officer to contact her.
•9:06 p.m. — Caller on Watertower Road in Bayfield wanting to know if one of his friends passed away. Dispatch advised they did not have that information. Caller would like to speak with an officer about his friend.
Tuesday, Nov. 27
•4:01 a.m. — Received a call from 4th Ave. E. in Washburn stating there was a domestic going on. The caller would not give dispatch his name or any other information. 4:14 a.m. — caller called back and stated the male punched a female in the face and she left the building. 4:22 a.m. — female is wearing a white coat and an eye patch. 4:23 a.m. — officer has a male.
•7:14 a.m. — Request for EMS on Touve Road for his 76-year-old wife who fell and is unable to get up.
•8:17 a.m. — Request for EMS on Blueberry Road in Bayfield for 39 year-old-female not feeling well.
•8:20 a.m. — Report of a cow being kept in a dog kennel on Deep Lake Road in Iron River.
•10:01 a.m. — Caller from Drummond school would like to speak to an officer regarding some items found on the bus.
•1:09 p.m. — Request EMS for a 56-year-old male with numerous health complaints. No location given.
•2:35 p.m. — Caller believes he may have a CO2 leak in his home. He is experiencing headaches and dizziness. No location given.
•3:04 p.m. — Caller on Washington Ave. in Washburn would like a welfare check on her parents as she received a call stating they were fighting with her brother and he had gotten physical.
•3:58 p.m. — Caller on Watertower Road in Bayfield reports someone put rancid meat in his oven while he was gone.
•4:35 p.m. — Caller on 3rd St. E. in Washburn picked up a stray dog two weeks ago that seemed friendly and dog has now bitten his 5-year-old son. Bite did break the skin. Caller refused EMS.
•4:53 p.m. — Anonymous Caller on Community Road in Bayfield reports an unknown male walking down Community Road who keeps falling down.
•5:41 p.m. — Caller from Iron River is concerned about her husband who left work in Iron River and has not returned home to Ashland. Believed he was making one stop at the artisan wells but should have been home earlier. Would be driving a dark purple colored sedan.
Wednesday, Nov. 28
•11:22 a.m. — Caller requests EMS for his 37-year-old wife who is having an allergic reaction to eating peanuts. No location given.
•9:17 p.m. — Caller on County Highway M in Namakagon requests ambulance for an 89-year-old male who is in some sort of trance and is not moving or responding.
Thursday, Nov. 29
•5:03 a.m. — Caller reports that the lights are on at a vacant building on the right of her address, building is beige in color. 5:09 a.m. — Called back to report there are lights now on upstairs in the back of the house. 5:18 a.m. — Officer on scene. House is secure. No location given.
Friday, Nov. 30
•7:50 a.m. — Caller on U.S. Highway 2 states that a Toyota Camry has a flat tire 500 feet from the roundabout, and is far enough off the lane of traffic.
•9:59 a.m. — Caller reports trespass and destruction of property. On Monday, Nov. 26, caller noticed a 4-wheeler track that had turned around. Then on Wednesday, Nov. 28 noticed bundles of birch tops piled up on his road on Tuttles Lane in Grand view.
•10:19 a.m. — Caller reports a dog running in the lane of traffic South of Grand View, past the bridge and on the hill.
•11:48 a.m. — Caller on Lyndale Road in Barnes states hearing a male voice yelling, stated on the call her husband thought it was a male yelling for help. 12:38 p.m. — neighbor was yelling for his lost dog to come home.
•1:30 p.m. — Caller on Highway J in Bayfield reports that her daughter’s boyfriend has made threats to them over the phone and she has them saved on her answering machine.
•3:42 p.m. — Caller from Telemark Resort requests ambulance for a male in his 60s who passed out and now has slurred speech.
•4:22 p.m. — 18-year-old male reports he digested some anti-freeze while working on his truck that is broke down West of Iron River on US Highway 2.
•5:09 p.m. — Caller on Motel Road in Mason would like an officer to check his residence to see if he got up the fence that he was court ordered to have.
•6:35 p.m. — Caller states his vehicle is not driveable. The vehicle is on the side of the road with hazards on. Vehicle is on the northbound side of U.S. Highway 63 in Cable.
•7:23 p.m. — Received a call from Pine St. in Washburn stating that his neighbor just pounded on his door and walked into his house uninvited.
•8:30 p.m. — Peterson Food’s in Bayfield would like to speak to an officer or have them stop by.
•9:17 p.m. — Jail requests EMS for a male who was tased and has other issues.
— Compiled by K. Petras
Ashland County Circuit Court report from Nov. 28 to Dec. 6:
•Anderson, Michael J., 133 Old Bastrop Road, Cedar Creek, Texas., pled no contest on Nov. 28 to resisting or obstructing an officer. Fined $2278.83.
•Andrews, Amanda Nicole, 1621 Kimball St., Ashland, pled no contest on Dec. 4 to underage drinking. Fined $263.50.
•Barnabas, Penelope, 672 Sherry Ave., Park Falls, pled no contest on Dec. 3 to issue of worthless checks. Fined $341.16.
•Carrington, Joshua Elman, P.O. Box 661 Waupun, Wis., pled no contest on Dec. 5 to battery by prisoners. Fined $281.40.
•Dietrich, Kayla Mae, 411 Main St. W., Ashland, pled no contest on Dec. 4 to underage drinking. Fined $263.50.
•Ferguson, Christopher Michael, 12361 Oak Park Blvd., Blaine, Minn., pled no contest on Dec. 4 to adult shoplifting. Fined $263.50.
•Franzel, Sierra K., 802 Vaughn Ave., Ashland, pled guilty on Dec. 4 to underage use of alcohol. Fined $278.50.
•Fryer, Trenton L., 609 Vaughn Ave., Ashland, pled no contest on Dec. 4 to adult shoplifting. Fined $263.50.
•Gouge, Cherisha Rose, 70461 Caville Road, Ashland, pled no contest on Dec. 4 to underage possession/use alcohol. Fined $278.50.
•Hebert, Austin Tyler, 2102 Main St. E., Ashland, pled no contest on Dec. 4 to adult possession of controlled substance. Fined $263.50.
•Hebert, Austin Tyler, 2102 Main St. E., Ashland, pled no contest on Dec. 4 to adult shoplifting. Fined $278.50.
•Hipsher, Dustin Joseph, 1205 13th St. W., Ashland, pled no contest on Dec. 3 to resisting or obstructing an officer. Fined $293.88.
•Hogfeldt, Mackenzie R., 312 W. 6th St., Ashland, pled no contest on Dec. 4 to criminal trespass to land. Fined $263.50.
•Larush, Henry E., 550 North Dewey St., Eau Claire, pled no contest on Dec. 3 to substantial battery-intend bodily harm. Fined $309.50
•Malach, Ralph E., 312 ½ 11th Ave., E., Ashland, pled no contest on Dec. 4 to adult shoplifting. Fined $263.50.
•Malouf, Joseph J., 53684 Evergreen St., Odanah, pled no contest on Dec. 4 to underage drinking. (Third offense). Fined $515.50.
•Noel, Anne Elizabeth, 601 Weber Ave., Akron, Ohio, pled no contest on Dec. 4 to criminal trespass to land. Fined $263.50.
•Olson, Krista M., 18537 Bay Road, Glidden, pled no contest on Dec. 6 to issue of worthless checks. Fined. $808.56.
•Roske, Brooke Marie, 42 W. Penton Blvd., Duluth, pled no contest on Dec. 5 to bail jumping. Fined. $ 278.88.
•Scharp, Kyle L., 52946 Government Road, Ashland, pled no contest on Dec. 4 to underage possession/use alcohol (2nd). Fined $404.50.
•Shrecengost, Matthew Allen, 800 5th Ave., Antigo, Wis., pled no contest on Oct. 18 to theft-movable property. Fined $ 2723.24.
•Shrecengost, Matthew Allen, 800 5th Ave., Antigo, Wis., pled no contest on Oct. 18 to criminal damage to property. Fined $120.
•Tello, Eric Gilberto, 1221 ½ 3rd St., Ashland, pled no contest on Dec. 4 to adult shoplifting. Fined $263.50.
•Westlund, Arvid D., 62705 Highway 63, Mason, pled no contest on Dec. 4 to adult shoplifting. Fined $263.50.
— Compiled by K. Petras