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Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department Reports

01 Oct News

Deputies along with Merrill EMS responded to a report of a crash with injury Wednesday afternoon in the Town of Merrill. Just after noon a caller reported that a vehicle had struck a bridge on State Rd 107 near Lone Pine Rd. When a Deputy arrived on the scene he found that the sixty one year old Merrill man had suffered a medical issue and was not injured. The vehicle had to be towed from the scene.

A thirty one year old Elgin, Illinois man was injured after an ATV crash Saturday morning in the Town of Harrison. The Rec. Deputy along with Oneida County Med 4 responded to Parrish Rd at Fish Lake Rd after a cell caller reported the crash just after 11:00 AM. The driver received non-life threatening injuries in the crash and was transported to Ministry Good Samaritan Health Center where he was treated and released.

A seventeen year old Tomahawk woman was injured after a one vehicle crash Saturday morning in the Town of Harrison. The driver was traveling north on County Rd B near Seven Island Lake Rd when her vehicle went off onto the shoulder of the road causing her to over correct rolling her vehicle. She was transported to Ministry Sacred Heart Hospital by Tomahawk EMS where she was treated and released.

A thirty nine year old Land O’Lakes man is in the Lincoln County Jail after a traffic stop led to a warrant arrest. A Deputy stopped the man on US Hwy 51 near State Rd 64 in the Town of Pine River yesterday afternoon for a registration violation. A check showed the man was wanted by the Oneida County Sheriff for contempt of court. The suspect was brought to the Lincoln County Jail where he remained awaiting transport today back to Oneida County.

Fourteen people reported striking deer this past week along with another bear. On Thursday evening a Tomahawk man struck a bear on US Hwy 51 south of County Rd S around 11:30 PM. The bear was put down by a Deputy and eventually claimed.