July 2 8:09 p.m. Stanley Police observed a vehicle with a flat tire on State Highway 29 eastbound near mile marker 100 with a tow truck on scene. Tow driver advised they were ok and did not need …
July 2 8:09 p.m.
Stanley Police observed a vehicle with a flat tire on State Highway 29 eastbound
near mile marker 100 with a tow truck on scene. Tow driver advised they were ok and did not need assistance.
Stanley Police were called to assist Boyd Police with an OWI related traffic com plaint. Assistance was provided until no longer needed.
July 3 9:47 a.m.
Clark County received a 911 hang-up.
Follow-up at residence, phone number did not match that provided. Area checked and nothing observed.
Traffic complaint. Vehicle located east bound at mile marker 101 and was followed until Copenhaver Avenue. No poor driving behavior observed.
Stanley Police were called to assist EMS at the Home Place of Stanley. Assistance was provided until no longer needed.
July 4 8:35 a.m.
Neighbor dispute. Both neighbors instructed not to speak with one another and further d/c behavior could result in an ordinance violation. 9:28 a.m.
EMS call for a woman that needed lifting assistance. Stanley First Responders and Boyd EMS responded.
July 5 7:08 p.m.
Stanley Police were requested for an alarm at a Stanley business. It was determined to be a false alarm.
Stanley Police observed a vehicle driving faster than the posted speed limit. Vehicle
was stopped. Operator, Michael Depuydt, age 42, was cited for a speeding violation.
Stanley Police responded to State High-
way 29 for a disabled vehicle. Traffic
control was provided until the vehicle was removed.
Report was received of a young woman who had run away. Report to follow.
Police requested for the smell of THC coming from an apartment at the Grant Street Apartment complex.
July 7 9:30 a.m.
False alarm received. Alarm company called Chippewa Sheriff's Office and can celled.
Parking complaint received from the Stan- ley Travel Stop. Upon arrival officer spoke
to the manager who had not contacted police with the complaint. Complainant was not located. Everything appeared to be fine.
EMS call for an elderly man with chest
pain. Officer stood by until EMS respond ed.
Walk up complaint regarding two men walking through back yards in the Sawmill Road area. Report to follow.
July 8 6:30 p.m.
Stanley Police were called to the 600 block of South Broadway Street for a complaint of motorcycles racing up and down the road. The area was checked and nothing was located.
Stanley Police were called to check on two vehicles in the Kwik Trip parking lot.
Stanley Police were called to the 100 block of West 8th Avenue for a personal welfare check. Contact was made at the apartment and a phone call arranged for the daughter to call her mother.
Stanley Police were called to Fandry Park for a vehicle crash. Upon arrival it was determined that neither party involved wished to report anything due to there being very minor damage.
Stanley Police were called to investigate an assault that supposedly occurred at Kwik Trip. It was discovered that the call was directly related to two previous calls from earlier in the evening.
A report of harassment was also reported and later found to be related to two other calls from the same evening.
Stanley Police were called to the area of 2nd Avenue and North Franklin Street for a fireworks complaint. The area was
checked and nothing was located.
Stanley Police were called to the area of 100 Corrections Driver for live stock in the roadway. A small donkey was located near the roadway in front of an address just past the prison. No one was home but the donkey was herded back on the property by police. 11:18 p.m.
Stanley Police were called to the 500 block of South Broadway for a highly intoxicat- ed woman who wanted to talk to an officer
about a theft and assault. Report to follow.
July 9 9:37 a.m.
Stanley Police were requested for an animal bite complaint from the address of Our Lady of Victory Hospital on Pine
Street. Animal bite report completed.
July 10 1:18 a.m.
Stanley Police were requested to assist the Cadott Police Department with a traffic
Stanley Police were requested to assist the Chippewa County Sheriff's Office.
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