A driver reported traveling on North 4th Street late Thursday morning. The driver described a man honking his horn, using obscene hand gestures and swerving at the reporting party. An officer located the vehicle at an area business and spoke with the 61 year old male driver, who was given a verbal warning for reckless driving.
An officer was able to extinguish a fire Thursday afternoon at an area laudromat after it became smoke filled. The fire was caused by some clothing that ignited in a dryer. The officer was able to remove the clothing and put out the fire before it could spread.
With icy roads on Friday morning, Tomahawk Police responded to 3 vehicle accidents or slide-offs. No injuries were reported in those incidents.
Over the weekend an officer conducted a traffic stop. It was discovered the 37 year old male driver was traveling with expired registration and operating after revocation due to alcohol related offense. He was cited for both and also warned for illegal tires.
A party called in a complaint of a man walking along Putnam St. carrying a long gun. The officer discovered it was a fishing pole; however, the man was intoxicated, a violation of a no drink order on his probation. The 43 year old had his probation put on hold and he was taken into custody. He was cleared at Sacred Heart Hospital and transported to the jail. He will also be cited for resisting and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Police were called to an area establishment regarding an unruly customer. The person was asked to leave but would not. Once the officer arrived at the scene, the person left without incident.