Police & Sheriff Calls, November 20-22
Too Tired For Tacos: A 22-year-old Stevens Point man was cited for operating while under the influence after passing out in his vehicle while in the Division St. Taco Bell’s drive-thru lane at 2:54 AM.
Hit-And-Run: Police were called at 9:15 AM when a 20-year-old Stevens Point woman reported being victim of a hit-and-run accident on the 1600 block of College Ave.
Harassing Phone Calls: A 32-year-old Stevens Point called police at 11:03 AM to report receiving harassing phone calls from an unknown suspect.
Pipe Possession: A 25-year-old Stevens Point woman was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia after police discovered a glass pipe containing THC residue on her person at 11:46 AM.
Crash: After causing a two-vehicle crash at the junction of Cty. Rd. F and Hwy. 54 in Plover, an 18-year-old Wisconsin Rapids woman was cited for inattentive driving at 3:54 PM.
More Than Meets The Eye: Police were called at 11:52 AM to investigate a possible gunshot near Ridgewood Dr. and Fieldcrest Ave. in Stevens Point. Upon arrival, they discovered the sound came from a blown transformer. Wisconsin Public Service was already on the scene for the repairs.
Theft: A 19-year-old Hancock man was caught attempting to steal a $2.99 steel hinge from the Stevens Point Fleet Farm at 7:42 PM.
Warrant Arrest: A 22-year-old Stevens Point man was arrested on an outstanding warrant at 12:08 AM on the 1500 block of Church St.
Donut Damage: A 25-year-old Stevens Point man was reported to be doing donuts with his vehicle on Reserve Dr. N and Jordan Rd. at 11:22 AM. A stop sign was reported to have been damaged.
Reckless Battery: A 24-year-old Stevens Point man was arrested for 2nd degree recklessly endangering safety, domestic abuse and violating his probation after elbowing a 21-year-old Plover woman in the head and pushing her out of a moving vehicle on the 3200 block of Water St. at 7:22 PM.