Chief Deputy Dan Kontos (left) with Sheriff Mike Lukas. (Metro Wire photo)

Police & Sheriff Calls, March 2-4

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March 2

OWI, Oh My: Police arrested a 23-year-old man on charges of operating while intoxicated and driving without headlights following a traffic stop near Michigan and Fourth avenues at 1:47 AM.

Dude, Where’s My Keys: A 22-year-old woman called police at 11:37 AM to report someone had stolen her car keys from the 1600 block of Briggs St.

Should Know Better: A 52-year-old man was arrested on a probation violation after he was caught driving under the influence when he deviated from his traffic lane at 11:32 PM.

March 3

Mother/Daughter Spat: Deputies were called to a home on the 1800 block of Bobby Ln. at 10:42 PM after a caller reported a disturbance between family members there.

Red Means Stop: A 46-year-old woman was cited for operating under the influence, failure to stop at a stop sign and failure to stop for a red flashing signal after she ran through traffic signals near Second St. and Sixth Ave. at 1:26 AM.

Live-Saving Measures: Stevens Point police performed CPR on an unconscious man, 24, believed to be suffering a drug overdose near the intersection of Ellis and Fremont streets at 1:47 PM. The man reportedly swallowed a fentanyl patch, prompting a response by paramedics at Stevens Point Fire. The man reportedly was taken to the hospital and survived.

Citation Soiree: A Wisconsin State Patrolman cited a 28-year-old man on the 10 block of Park Ridge Dr. for operating without a valid license, operating after revocation, operating without proof of insurance, driving with a cracked windshield, operating without required mirrors, and operating a vehicle without stopping lights at 10:53 PM.

March 4

Bitter Fruit: A 35-year-old man called deputies at 11:50 AM to report his neighbor damaged blueberry bushes on the 1000 block of First St. in Junction City.