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07-03-09, 07:13 AM #1
Idiot thought he could mess with squad car
Some drunken idiot thought he could mess with a deputy's squad car. He later on resisted arrest and had to be stunned.
"the damage included two broken antennas, the removal of a trailer hitch, which was thrown at the officer's home and derogatory comments written on the side of the vehicle with permanent marker."
Police car damaged, Nekoosa man arrested | wisconsinrapidstribune.com | Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribunehttp://www.odmp.org/officer/16551-de...l-eron-shannon
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07-03-09, 09:16 AM #2
NEKOOSA -- A 22-year-old Nekoosa man was arrested Thursday morning for allegedly damaging a police squad car parked at an officer's home.
At 5:23 a.m. Thursday, the Wood County Sheriff's Department received a call from a Nekoosa police officer who reported his patrol car was vandalized, according to the Wood County Dispatch log.
The officer left his house after he heard a noise outside and then noticed the damage to the car. When he called the Sheriff's Department, the officer provided the name of a suspect, Sheriff's Department Lt. Robert Levendoske said.
Nekoosa Police Chief John Reimer said he doesn't have a cost estimate, but the damage included two broken antennas, the removal of a trailer hitch, which was thrown at the officer's home and derogatory comments written on the side of the vehicle with permanent marker.
The 22-year-old man was arrested on two counts of criminal damage as well as charges of theft, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, Levendoske said.
After deputies were let into the suspect's residence by his roommate, they found items stolen from the squad car, Levendoske said.
The 22-year-old man was taken into custody but was uncooperative, Levendoske said. Deputies thought he might have a medical problem and called an ambulance, but the man refused treatment. Once at the Wood County Jail, he became combative, and officers needed to use a stun gun on him to gain control of the situation.\\` ` ` ` < ` )___/\
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