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Falling results in public intoxication ticket
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A 20-year-old Platteville man was cited for underage drinking after being seen falling twice early Feb. 1.

A caller told Platteville police she saw and heard someone who was walking fall and hit his head on the ground around 12:50 a.m. The caller said the person “wobbled away” and she was “uncertain if he had a head injury or was intoxicated.”

About 20 minutes later, an officer saw Dylan Todd Olson, who fit the description in the previous call, on Lutjen Place. Olson was taken back to his dorm room, police said.

•    Melissa Ann Ritschard, 20, Argyle, was cited for public intoxication, underage drinking and ID card violations Feb. 7. Police stopped at Markee Avenue and Southwest Road around 10:55 p.m. when an officer saw the driver of a car helping a woman who was kneeling and vomiting.

•    Anders J. Langio, 20, Platteville, was cited for ID card violations, underage drinking and underage drinking on a licensed premise. Langio was seen exiting at Brothers on Second, 90 N. Second St., Friday around 1:35 a.m.

•    Emily E. Cargill, 31, Lancaster, was cited for open intoxicants outside 75 N. Second St. Feb. 9. An officer saw her with “a beverage tucked inside her jacket,” which turned out to be an open cup of vodka and Red Bull, around 2 a.m.

•    Nicholette V. Peterson, 20, Platteville, was ticketed for underage drinking and underage drinking on a licensed premise Feb. 2. Peterson was seen by a police officer at Boondocks, 70 N. Second St., around 12:40 a.m.

•    Samantha Lee Thompson, 20, Mosinee, was cited for underage drinking after a traffic stop at College Drive and West Main Street Jan. 30 around 9:50 p.m.

•    Kevin J. Schmidt, 20, West Allis, was cited for underage drinking after an ambulance call at Water Street and Mineral Street Feb. 1 around 3:15 a.m.

•    A 57-year-old Platteville man was arrested for disorderly conduct Feb. 7.

Police were called to the Char Bar, 60 N. Second St., around 5:55 p.m. for a report that a man was brandishing a knife inside the bar.

By the time police got to the scene, the man had left, but police found Danny Joseph Wunderlin in a downtown parking lot, police said.