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4/27/2015 - Weekend Law Enforcement Activity - Click here to print this information

On Friday morning, an Antigo man told police that he had just witnessed a head on collision at the intersection of Center Street and Neva Road. One driver, a Hatley woman, was airlifted to Wausau Aspirus Hospital with non life threatening injuries. The woman told officers that she had fallen asleep behind the wheel before the crash. She was cited for inattentive driving.

On Friday evening, a woman reported her husband missing, saying she hadnt seen him since the previous morning and he hadnt showed up for work. The woman said there had been no domestic issues to speak of and the man wasnt depressed. Multiple agencies from Langlade county and Lincoln county searched for the man in woods, buildings, and sheds. A DNR plane was also brought in for assistance. He was found just after noon on Saturday walking on Rangeline Road with numerous supplies with him. He told officials he had a lot on his mind and just wanted to get away. He was taken to the hospital.

On Sunday night, a woman on Edison Street reported that her two dogs were fighting with each other. They had bitten two people in the house that week and she locked them in a bathroom where they continued fighting. She wanted them shot. A male homeowner separated the two by the time officers arrived. The dogs were ordered to be quarantined for 10 days.

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