Editor’s note: Where is all the information you once saw in these daily blotters? It’s all explained here.
Wrong license: Deputies cited a 51-year-old man for operating a motorcycle without a Class M license near Division and Jefferson streets at 6:02 a.m.
Stolen, we think: Deputies were called to an undisclosed address in Stevens Point when a person, whose name and age were not disclosed, reported their motorcycle was stolen at 10:21 a.m.
Hazardous: A caller reported to deputies at 10:52 p.m. that a door was lying in the roadway of the southbound lanes between Walmart and Porter Rd. at 10:52 p.m. No further details were released.
Hammered: Deputies were called to an undisclosed address in Amherst at 1:18 p.m. when a caller, whose age and gender were redacted, reported a 37-year-old man was destroying property with a hammer.
Blockage: A caller reported at 2:39 p.m. that a large oak tree was blocking the roadway near County Hwy. Q and River Rd. Dispatchers notified the county highway department.
Immaturity: A called, whose gender and age were redacted, reported to deputies the theft of a campaign sign from Hwy. 54 and Grant Ave. at 2:51 p.m.
Rocked: A 62-year-old man called deputies to report that he was driving by a residence at a redacted location in Stevens Point at 5:49 p.m. when a vehicle in front of him was pulling into a driveway and “sprayed” his truck with rocks.
Speeders: A 57-year-old woman called dispatchers to report an ongoing problem with speeding on the 1600 block of Country Club Rd. at 5:10 p.m. No further details were released.
Who knows: Deputies issued a citation to a motorist whose name, age, and gender were redacted and for a reason not included on the blotter at 10:25 p.m. near Country Club Dr. and Main St.
No clue: Deputies stopped a 36-year-old woman near Division St. and North Point Dr. at 10:33 p.m. for a reason that was not disclosed on the blotter.
Sibling rivalry: An unknown person called deputies to Baymont Inn, 247 Division St. North, at 10:43 p.m. to report an argument between brothers. No further details were released.
Guess: Deputies issued a warning for reasons not included on the blotter to a 20-year-old woman during a traffic stop at 2:27 p.m. at County Hwy. J North and Butterfield Ln. in Rosholt.
Trashed: Deputies were called to a redacted address in Amherst at 3:09 a.m. when a caller, whose age and gender were also redacted, reported someone had damaged a 2006 Pontiac. All four tires were flat, the vents were smashed out, the ignition was “broke,” and the radio was smashed.
No idea: Deputies issued a traffic warning for reasons not disclosed on the blotter to a 31-year-old man at Hwy. 66 and Brilowski Rd. at 8:02 a.m.
Bear: A caller reported a small black bear on the loose near Currier and Cedar streets in Whiting at 8:48 a.m.
Hogs: A caller complained about a group of Harley Davidson riders blocking traffic at I-39 and Hwy. 66 at 11 a.m. The intersection was clear when the deputy arrived.
You guess: A caller whose age and gender were redacted called dispatchers to a redacted location in Custer at 2:18 p.m. to report a white truck with a younger male motorist had loud exhaust and was illegally dumping tires. No further details were released.
Ghost driver: A motorist whose age and gender were not included on the blotter was given a verbal warning for speeding near County Hwy. KK and Wester Way in Amherst at 7:19 p.m.
Incomplete: Deputies issued a warning for an unknown reason to a 27-year-old male motorist at 7:24 p.m. near Water and Nebel streets.
Dark: Deputies issued a warning for no headlights at 10:16 p.m. near Clark St. and Strongs Ave. to a motorist whose age and gender were missing from the blotter.
Who knows: Deputies issued a citation for an unknown reason to a 57-year-old man during a traffic stop at 11:06 p.m. at County Hwy. BB and County Hwy. W.
Passed out: Deputies were called to Ellis and Church streets at 2:33 a.m. when a caller reported a man was passed out in the front yard. No further details were released.
Assault: Police were called to Icon, 956 Main St., at 2:32 a.m., when a caller reported a woman in a black sports bra and black shorts was assaulted in front of the bar. The woman was reportedly punched in the face four times. No further details were released.
Drunk: Police were called to Point After Pub, 801 Second St., and 3:02 a.m. when a caller reported a man was passed out in a Silver Dodge. The vehicle was still running when police arrived and the trunk was open but no further details were released.
Orwellian: Deputies were notified at 6:43 a.m. that a longhorn steer was loose on the roadway at County Hwy. BB and Ridge Rd. in Bancroft. The owner reported they were remodeling their home, and that’s how the steer got out.
No ticket: Deputies were called to Rivers Edge Campground, 3266 Campsite Dr. in Dewey, at 1:35 p.m. when six individuals who refused to pay for a wristband also refused to leave. They left when deputies arrived.
Public service: A caller reported to dispatch that a large tree was down in the roadway on the 400 block of West River Dr. in Linwood at 4:10 p.m. Dispatchers contacted the town chairman, who sent someone to remove it.
Stuck: Police were called to Jimmy John’s, 1837 Park Ave. in Plover, at 6:04 p.m., when a vehicle became stuck on a curb. A tow truck was called.
Bad driver: Someone reported a motorist driving “all over the road” near Hwy. 10 and County Hwy. A in Amherst at 8:17 p.m. No further details were released.
Somewhere out there: Police were called to a redacted location in Plover at 9:39 p.m. when a caller, whose age and gender were also redacted, to report an ex-boyfriend was causing a disturbance. The man left when police arrived.
Drunk or medical problem: Deputies were called to Two Lakes Resort, 9915 Two Lakes Rd., at 10:05 p.m. in Almond when a 43-year-old woman reported a 32-year-old woman “could barely stand” and was sitting in her car. It was not clear if the woman was intoxicated or experiencing a medical problem, and the blotter did not say if she was cited.