Motorists fined for traffic violations|
Citations carried some expensive fines for a number of individuals who made appearances this week in Langlade County Circuit Court.
The tickets were issued by either the Antigo Police Department, the Langlade County Sheriff’s Department or the Wisconsin State Patrol.
Operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated carries a fine of $887.50 and a six to nine month revocation of an individual’s driver’s license. Depending on the blood alcohol level, first-time offenders may also be ordered to equip their vehicle with an ignition interlock device.
Cited for the crime were Michael J. Ourada, 62, W10464 Highway G, and Robert T. Donohue, 62, 1239 Arctic St.
Others ticketed for traffic-related violations were as follows:
Michael D. Young, 28, 780 Gowan Road, $50 plus court costs for driving with a revoked license; Michael Matthew R. Newton, 20, 1603 Edison St., Daniel E. Rank, 32, 710 1/2 Lincoln St., $200.50 for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license; Melissa J. Mattson, 22, Lily, $200.50 for driving without a valid license; Lisa L. Pritchett, 45, 711 Graham Ave., $200.50 for operating a motor vehicle without insurance; Jeremiah M. Nycz
Antigo Area Weekend Activities
Looking for something different on the menu? This is the weekend for you.
From wild game in Elcho to sauerkraut at Peace Lutheran and soup in Aniwa, there will be something for every palate this weekend.
The days ahead will also bring banquets, cribbage and even a beer-tasting tonight.
A preview, taken from the Antigo Daily Journal’s advertising columns, follows:
A six-decade tradition continues Sunday when the Peace Lutheran Men’s Club hosts its annual sauerkraut dinner.
Serving will begin at 11:30 a.m. in the church’s Fellowship Hall. The menu will include select pork, sauerkraut, potatoes, relishes and cake.
Tickets are $9 for adults and $3 for children. Carryouts will be available.
Elcho United Church of Christ Men’s Club will host the 17th annual Pastor Jack’s Wild Game feed Saturday in the Jack LaMar pavilion located behind the church. Social hour begins at 4 p.m. with dinner at 5:30 p.m. The menu will include a wide assortment of wild game, fish and fowl. There will also be gun, bucket and 50/50 raffles and door prizes.
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Defendants who failed on supervision now going to jail
An inability to succeed on probation triggered an influx of cases brought before Reserve Judge Glenn Hartley in the Langlade County courtroom this week.
Several individuals already receiving terms of supervision for their crimes made return visits after having their probation revoked due to new violations.
Bryan Alloway, 32, of 1727 Clermont St. is going to prison for his transgression. He was ordered to serve one year of incarceration, followed by one year of extended supervision, on counts dating to 2014, specifically for the possession of marijuana and narcotic drugs.
He was originally placed on probation for the crimes in October. He has since racked up new charges including various felony drug crimes in Marathon County.
Geoffrey Banks, 31, of 708 Clermont St. was ordered to serve 10 months in jail, minus 106 days’ time served, for crimes of strangulation or suffocation and disorderly conduct. His initial two-year term of supervision, which was later revoked, began in June.
Aaron Bostwick, 19, of 1016 Fifth Ave. will serve eight months in jail for three counts of theft dating to last year. He originally received two years of probation in
Antigo teen held, find pot under his bed
Officers from the Juvenile Services Department were talking to a local 15-year-old, who ended up being taken into custody for illegal drug possession.
The juvenile investigator requested help from Antigo police, and they discovered two metal boxes under his bed. One contained e-cigarettes and the other, what appeared to be, a pipe used to smoke marijuana.
In addition to the paraphernalia and the green leafy substance, there was an electronic scale. He explained it was to be sure he wasn’t being cheated when he was making a pot purchase.
Police reported that the green leafy substance was marijuana and the teen was transported to a secure detention facility in Wausau.
He will be called to juvenile court on the charges.
Drug sale suspect held on $15,000 bond
Bail was set here at $15,000 cash Monday for one of two local men arrested Sunday after sheriff’s deputies, along with Antigo police, executed a search warrant in connection with an ongoing drug investigation.
The suspect, 18-year-old Dylan Madderom of 437 Lincoln St., stands charged in Langlade County Circuit Court with four felony counts — two for the manufacture or delivery of marijuana and two for violating bail in a pending case.
At the time of the alleged sales, Madderom was free from custody on a $10,000 cash bond awaiting prosecution on a charge of first degree attempted homicide for a baseball bat attack of an Antigo teen in August. In that case, it is alleged that the victim owed Madderom money for a marijuana transaction.
During Monday’s hearing before Reserve Judge Glenn Hartley, District Attorney Ralph Uttke moved for a forfeiture of the original $10,000 bond. A decision on that matter will be made at a different time.
A co-defendant in the current drug case, 18-year-old Tyler C. Monrreal of 514 1/2 Lincoln St., was released from custody on a $5,000 signature bond.
He too is facing four criminal counts — two for the manufacture
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