MARINETTE POLICE
¦ Malcom E. Speight, 45, Madison, Wis., was arrested for driving while intoxicated — third offense, possession of THC, possession of a firearm by a felon, possession of a stolen firearm, fail o install an ignition interlock device, open intoxicants, driving after revocation and on a Dane County warrant at 2:20 a.m. Tuesday at Bridge and Eggener streets.
¦ Jimenez E. Hernandez, 25, Marinette, was arrested for disorderly conduct at 2:26 a.m. Tuesday following a disturbance at 635 Water St.
¦ Benjamin L. Pechacek, 23, Wausaukee, was arrested on a probation violation at 1:20 p.m. Tuesday at 3540 Old Peshtigo Road.
¦ Randall J. Karlin, 28, Marinette, was arrested on a warrant at 7:04 p.m. Tuesday at Pierce Avenue and Edwin Street.
¦ Chris Miljour, Marinette, reported Tuesday the theft of items from 2122 Carney Ave.
¦ Vehicle driven by Ames J. Merritt, 101, Marinette, and Judith Lundgren, 77, Oconto, collided Tuesday at Gallagher and Roosevelt roads.
¦ Vehicles driven by Bryan Pieper, 48, and Thomas Unti, 60, both of Marinette, collided Sunday at Logan Avenue and Pernin Street.
¦ A vehicle driven by Hannah Mabry, 19, Marinette, struck a mailbox owned by the National Guard Saturday at 2000 Alice Lane.
¦ Vehicles driven by Beth A. Faucette, 47, Menominee, and Beth M. Lutri, 44, Peshtigo, collided Friday at 2291 Roosevelt Road.
¦ Vehicles driven by Jesse Clubb, 39, Menominee, and Thomas Kienitz, 67, Little Suamico, collided Friday at Hall and Madison avenues.
¦ A vehicle driven by Kendra Kolosso, 19, Marinette, struck a sign Friday at University Drive and West Bay Shore Street.
¦ Vehicles driven by Derek Boos, 21, Marinette, and Brandon Turcotte, 26, Wallace, collided Dec. 14 at Madison Avenue and Maple Street.
¦ Vehicles driven by James Bebo, 56, Marinette, and Gregory Polomis, 67, Porterfield, collided Dec. 14 in the Walmart parking lot.
¦ Vehicles driven by Bruce Ranzinger, 78, Menominee, and John Christopherson, 55, Marinette, collided Dec. 14 at Marinette Avenue and Minnesota Street. Ranzinger was cited for following too close for conditions.
¦ A vehicle driven by Timothy Olsen, 54, Menominee, struck a sign Dec. 14 and Main and Ely streets.
¦ Vehicles driven by Matthew Colangelo, 33 and Thomas Proft, 66, both of Marinette, collided Dec. 13 at Marinette and Cleveland avenues.

MENOMINEE COUNTY SHERIFF
¦ A 45-year-old Escanaba, Mich., man was arrested on a warrant at 8 a.m. Nov. 13 in Harris Township. The warrant was for failure to appear to show cause in Menominee Circuit Court. He was able to post the required bond and was released with a court date.
¦ Max Scheenerman, 21, of Gladstone, Mich., was arrested on a warrant at 2 p.m. Nov. 13 in Delta County. The warrant was for failure to appear to show cause in Menominee District Court. Scheenerman was transported to the Menominee County Jail.
¦ A deputy was dispatched to a residence in Cedarville Township for a report of a breaking and entering at 9:33 a.m. Nov. 14. The caller stated her residence was broken into last week and several items were taken. An investigation was conducted and is ongoing.
¦ Jeffrey Doboy, 17, Menominee, was involved in a two-vehicle accident with Chandler Strahl, 17, Stephenson, at 3:40 p.m. Nov. 14 in the City of Stephenson. Both vehicles tried to avoid each other by turning into the same driveway, after Strahl crossed the center line to avoid an animal. They collided in the driveway.
¦ Deputies responded to a report of a personal protection order violation at 7:20 p.m. Nov. 14 in Harris Township. The caller stated the respondent entered her residence which is a violation of the order. The caller advised the suspect had left the area prior to deputies arriving. The caller did not want the suspect in trouble, but just wanted it reported.
¦ A deputy responded to a one-vehicle private property accident in Spalding Township at 3:20 p.m. Nov. 17. The business requested a report be completed since a customer struck a light pole and was reporting a minor injury.
¦ A deputy was dispatched to a hit-and-run accident that occurred in Harris Township at 5:34 p.m. Nov. 17. The caller stated he was traveling on U.S. 2 and 41 when a vehicle that was passing struck his vehicle. An investigation was conducted and closed.
¦ A deputy responded to an address in Harris Township for a report of larceny at 9:33 a.m. Nov 18. The caller stated he had some items stolen from his residence. An investigation was conducted and is ongoing.
¦ Henry Williams, 34, Wilson, was arrested on a warrant in Delta County at 10 p.m. Nov. 18. The warrant was for failure to appear to show cause in Menominee County Circuit Court. Williams was transported to Menominee County Jail.
¦ A deputy was contacted by a resident of Daggett Township in reference to his vehicle being damaged on private property at 9:40 a.m. Nov. 20. The caller stated his vehicle was damaged by a vehicle that was driverless and rolled across the road. The driverless vehicle struck the parked car and caused some minor damage to the rear of the car.
¦ A deputy was advised to contact a female in reference to a trespassing complaint that occurred in Lake Township at 10:32 a.m. Nov. 20. The complainant advised that this is an ongoing problem and would like the suspect warned of criminal trespass.
¦ A deputy located some chewing tobacco in a vehicle on school property while conducting a random drug search in the City of Stephenson at 11 a.m. Nov. 20. A 17-year-old Wallace man was arrested for violation of the youth tobacco act — possession. He was given a court date for Menominee County District Court.
¦ A deputy received an identity theft complaint while at the office in the City of Stephenson at 12:45 p.m. Nov. 20. The complainant stated someone attempted to use her information to receive unemployment benefits. Her information was taken and she was advised to sign up with a credit monitoring service to ensure no other fraudulent activity was taking place with her information.
¦ Allison Galloway, 36, Cedar River, lost control of her vehicle and struck a tree at 2:47 p.m. Nov. 22. Galloway was transported to a hospital for her injuries and cited for violation of the basic speed law.
¦ Deputies responded to 19 vehicles vs. animal complaints, the K-9’s were called for assistance five times and two salvage vehicle inspections were conducted.