A 25-year-old Platteville man faces two felony charges and three misdemeanor charges after a fight New Year’s Eve.
Julius Raymone Schaeffer, 205 E. Cedar St. #3, was charged with two counts of felony bail jumping, one count of disorderly conduct, one count of disorderly conduct — domestic abuse and one count of intimidating a witness.
Police were called to a report of a fight at North Chestnut Street and Adams Street New Year’s Eve around 10:50 p.m.
Schaeffer was charged Nov. 23 with disorderly conduct and contact after a domestic abuse arrest. The status conference on those charges is scheduled for Jan. 29. He was then charged Dec. 10 with battery and possession of drug paraphernalia as a repeat offender.
• A 30-year-old Platteville man was arrested for disorderly conduct and child abuse Dec. 26.
Travis J. Simmons was arrested after Platteville police were called to a family disturbance report around 10:45 p.m.
• A 26-year-old Darlington man was arrested on a domestic abuse — disorderly conduct charge in Belmont New Year’s Day.
Robert J. Ward was arrested at 4:40 p.m. after a report of an incident at a South Park Street residence, according to the Lafayette County Sheriff’s Department.
• One person was injured and cited for disorderly conduct after a bar fight at the Sandy Hook Tavern in Jamestown Dec. 30.
Tony Wild, 47, was charged for starting the altercation around 1:30 a.m., according to the sheriff’s department. Wild was also transported to Mercy Health Center in Dubuque by Dickeyville EMS for facial injuries.
The sheriff’s department, Jo Daviess County Sheriff’s Department and East Dubuque Police Department were called to the scene, as was Jamestown First Responders.
• Two people were cited after a fight on Second Street New Year’s Day.
Brandon W. Wilson, 28, Mineral Point, and Tony Jamar Criss, 27, Dubuque, were cited for disorderly conduct after the fight near Camaraderie, 65 N. Second St., around 4:10 a.m.
Criss also was arrested on a Grant County warrant, and was cited for possession of THC, according to police.