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Three addresses, 10 alcohol tickets
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Platteville police issued multiple citations for separate alcohol-related incidents at the same addresses last weekend.

Four men were cited for underage drinking outside 160 Bradford St. Saturday around midnight.

Police first cited Tyler David Gehr, 19, Naperville, Ill., and Dillon Joseph Villhauer, 19, Oxford, Iowa, for underage drinking around 11:50 p.m. Gehr was also cited for open intoxicants.

Then, police contacted Trevor P. Hall, 19, Platteville, and Cody C. Merrill, 20, Mount Morris, Ill., outside the house around 12:10 a.m. Both ran from police; one was apprehended immediately, and one was caught after a foot chase, according to police.

Both were cited for underage consumption. Merrill was also cited for resisting or obstructing an officer.

•    Police ticketed three people for alcohol violations at Pine Street and Bradford Street Friday night.

An officer observed a man carrying a woman who appeared to be unconscious just before 11 p.m.
Tanner Mitchel Kreuser, 18, Suamico, and Brooke A. Nichols, 18, Hortonville, were both cited for underage drinking.
Edward J. Grasser, 22, Salem, was then ticketed for open intoxicants for carrying an open can of Miller Lite beer at Pine and Bradford around 11:35 p.m.

•    A complaint about loud music resulted in citations after three men allegedly fled the scene of the complaint early Saturday morning.

Police cited Evan C. Branyik, 20, New Lenox, Ill., Callum J. O’Connor, 20, Green Bay, and Julian A. Thomas, 20, Yorkville, Ill., for underage drinking after the call at 435 Southwest Road around 12:45 a.m.

•    Emmanuel D. DeLaCruz, 18, Platteville, was cited for disorderly conduct and underage drinking outside 515 W. Market St. Saturday around 10:45 p.m.

•    A 19-year-old Darlington man was cited for underage drinking Sunday morning.

Mitchell J. Langkamp told police he was unable to find his car around 9 a.m. After an officer found Langkamp’s car, Langkamp was cited, and his car keys were taken away for drunk-driving prevention, police said.