Clintonville – Live Waupaca County MABAS Division 142 Training

Written By: Timothy Zilch Photo’s By: Timothy Zilch

Clintonville Fire Department hosted a Waupaca County MABAS Division 142 “live” training through out Clintonville Saturday. Many area Fire Departments assisted.

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Photo’s From The Training:

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Storm Damage – Waupaca County 6-26-16

Photo’s By Charles Whitlock

Storms ripped through the area early Sunday Morning. Here is some of the damage from Waupaca County. Thanks goes out to our viewer Charles Whitlock…. These were in the Township of Lebanon County N between Sugar Bush & Manawa.

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Clintonville Car Accident 5-14-15

UPDATE:

WAUPACA COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE
**PRESS RELEASE**



Report of: Double Fatal Crash
Location State Highway 45 and Lakeshore Rd


Date:5/14/2015TIME: 10:30 AM

Information: 

Waupaca County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to a two vehicle crash at State Highway 45 and Lakeshore Rd. A vehicle was East bound crossing highway 45 from Nietzke Rd to Lakeshore Rd when it was struck by a North bound vehicle on Highway 45. The passenger of the East bound vehicle was pronounced dead at the crash scene. the driver of the same vehicle was flown by Theda Star to Theda Clark where he was later pronounced dead. The driver and passenger of the North bound vehicle were not injured. The crash is still being investigated by the Waupaca County Sheriff’s Office and the Wisconsin State Patrol. The Waupaca County Sheriff’s Office was assisted by the Wisconsin State Patrol, Clintonville and Marion Police Departments, Clintonville Fire and Ambulance, Theda Star, and the Waupaca County Highway Department.

End of report.


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Clintonville Fire Department & Ambulance Poice Marion Fire Department & Ambulance  Waupaca County Sheriff and Clintonville Police were called to a scene of a two-vehicle accident Highway 45 and Lakeshore Road. Theda-Star Medical Helicopter was brought in. WGWI Reporter Timothy Zilch was on scene. No other information is available we will update as soon as we get anything.

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PICTURES & VIDEO FROM THE SCENE BY TIMOTHY ZILCH:

VIDEO FROM SCENE 

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Waupaca County: Township of Matteson Motorcycle Accident

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WAUPACA COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE

**PRESS RELEASE**

REPORT OF: 1 VEHICLE CRASH
LOCATION: 7TH ST. APPROXIMATELY ½ MILE EAST OF KLUTH RD; TOWNSHIP OF MATTESON, WAUPACA COUNTY, WI

DATE: 04/26/15 TIME: 1906 HOURS

INFORMATION:

ON APRIL 26, 2015 AT 1906 HOURS THE WAUPACA COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE RECEIVED A REPORT OF A CRASH INVOLVING A MOTORCYCLE WITH 1 OCCUPANT. OFFICERS ON SCENE DETERMINED THE MOTORCYCLE, DRIVEN BY A 41 YEAR OLD RURAL CLINTONVILLE WOMAN, WAS EAST BOUND ON 7TH ST AND WHILE NEGOTIATING A CURVE ENTERED THE SOUTH SHOULDER AND LOST CONTROL. THE MOTORCYCLE CONTINUED INTO THE SOUTH DITCH AND ENTERED A FIELD. THE OPERATOR WAS EJECTED OFF THE MOTORCYCLE. THE OPERATOR WAS TRANSPORTED BY THEDA STAR TO THEDA CLARK MEDICAL CENTER. THE NAME OF THE OPERATOR IS NOT BEING RELEASED AT THIS TIME. THE CRASH REMAINS UNDER INVESTIGATION. THE WAUPACA COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE WAS ASSISTED AT THE SCENE BY THE CLINTONVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT, CLINTONVILLE AMBULANCE, CLINTONVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT AND THEDA STAR.

END OF REPORT.

AUTHORIZED BY: DEPUTY MICHAEL RICHTER
DATE & TIME OF RELEASE TO PRESS: 04/27/15 1230 HOURS

Waupaca County High Speed Chase Ends in Marathon County

 

 

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UPDATE FROM MARATHON COUNTY SHERIFF DEPARTMENT:

On Tuesday, March 17th, 2015, at approximately 9:55AM, the Marathon County Sheriff’s Office was notified by the Shawano County Sheriff’s Office of a vehicle pursuit that their deputies were involved in and that the pursuit would be entering Marathon County on State Highway 29.

The initial report that the Shawano County Sheriff’s Office provided to the Marathon County Sheriff’s Office was that the suspect vehicle was stolen from the city of Clintonville, and that the suspected driver might have some type of mental health condition related issues.

Marathon County Sheriff’s deputies took control of the pursuit upon its entry into Marathon County. Marathon County Sheriff’s deputies continued the pursuit westbound on State Highway 29, at which time additional deputies were deployed to that area as well as assisting officers from the Everest Metro Police Department, Rothschild Police Department, Wisconsin State Patrol, and Wausau Police Department.

Officers attempted several times to deploy stop stick deflation devices; however, the fleeing driver drove around the deployed stop sticks as well as driving through the median area between eastbound and westbound lanes of State Highway 29.

The fleeing driver crossed over through the median area several times and began traveling westbound in the eastbound lanes, then would cross back over through the median area and continue fleeing in the westbound lanes.

The fleeing suspect continued westbound on State Highway 29, then continued northbound on US-51. Due to the extremely dangerous driving actions of the fleeing driver, a Marathon County Sheriff’s Detective engaged the fleeing vehicle with his squad vehicle to prevent him from exiting onto Rib Mountain Drive from US-51 where he would have presented an extreme danger to motorists on Rib Mountain Drive.

The fleeing suspect was able to drive away from that engagement at which time he struck three other squad vehicles who were attempting to contain him. After striking the other squad vehicles, the detective engaged the fleeing again with his squad vehicle in the median area; however, the fleeing vehicle was able to drive away from that engagement; however, his vehicle was severely damaged and his vehicle came to a stop in the median when he continued northbound on US-51 and attempted to drive down the embankment between US-51 northbound and the on-ramp from Rib Mountain Drive to US-51 northbound. The 59 year old male driver (sole occupant of fleeing vehicle) was arrested without incident.

Four squad vehicles were damaged, the fleeing vehicle sustained damage, and one officer sustained minor injuries.

This incident is still under investigation,

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A 58-year-old Clintonville man is behind bars in the Marathon County Jail after a high speed chase spanning three counties Tuesday morning.

According to Captain Jim Beggs of the Clintonville Police Department police responded to the report of vehicle stolen from Steinke Auto around 9:30 a.m. The suspect vehicle was spotted by Marion officers just minutes later. Captain Beggs said the suspect vehicle continued north on Highway 45 leaving the city and heading into Shawano County.

A pursuit continued as the suspect vehicle headed west on Highway 29 and then north on Highway 51. The chase ended around 10:39 a.m. near County Highway N in Rib Mountain.

 Here is a Press-Release From The Clintonville Police Department:

Cville Presser

Waupaca County Sheriff Arrest Three Individuals In Drug Investigation

In a Press Release from Waupaca County Sheriff:

Photo Courtesy of Waupaca County Sheriff

WAUPACA – Attorney General J.B. VanHollen and Waupaca County Sheriff Brad Hardel have announced sheriff’s office investigators and special agents with the Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI), with assistance from Central Wisconsin Drug Task Force members, as well as New London Police Department and Clintonville Police Department, have arrested three individuals as part of a multi-jurisdictional marijuana trafficking investigation, which has been ongoing for the last several months.

On Wednesday, October 30, 2014, DCI special agents, Sheriff’s office SWAT team and investigators executed search warrants at two residences in the rural Clintonville area. The residences located on Behnke Road resulted in the recovery of over 56 pounds of harvested marijuana plants and many harvested marijuana buds found drying in outbuildings on the property. Additional stalks of recently harvested plants were found, along with computers digital media, cellular telephones, drug paraphernalia and related documents.

The Marijuana has an estimated street value in excess of $140,000.00.

As a result of the search warrants, the following individuals were arrested and booked into the Waupaca County Jail with charges pending:
Allan J. Schubert, of Clintonville, DOB 10/21/1961
Lynn M. Koszuta, of Clintonville, DOB 11/04/1966
Thomas C. Boldig, of Clintonville, DOB 01/21/1963

Tentative charges could include Manufacture/Delivery THC(>10,000g), Possession With Intent to Deliver THC (>10,000g), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Maintain Drug Trafficking Place. Further information will be made available through the filing of criminal complaints by the Waupaca County District Attorney.

Defendants enjoy the presumption of innocence. The prosecution must prove its allegations at trial beyond a reasonable doubt.