SHEBOYGAN COUNTY SHERIFF’S REPORT

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Barn Fire Town Of Lyndon On Saturday, Dec. 2, at approximately 12:02 p.m., the Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Emergency Dispatch Center received several 911 calls reporting a barn fire on County Highway F in the Town of Lyndon in the south central part of Sheboygan County. As officers were arriving they confirmed a portion of the barn was fully engulfed. The barn was empty. No injuries were reported. The fire was a result of a rubbish pile being burned nearby. Further questions should be directed to the Waldo Fire Department. The following public safety resources were involved; Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Office, Cascade Police Department, Cascade First Responders, Orange Cross Ambulance and Plymouth Fire Ambulance, Sheboygan County Fire Investigation Unit, and fire departments from Waldo, Cascade, Plymouth, Ada, Oostburg, Town of Sheboygan Falls, Glenbeulah, Adell, Greenbush, Cedar Grove, Random Lake, Silver Creek, Kohler, Franklin, Johnsonville, and Beechwood.

Barn Fire Town Of Lyndon On Friday, Dec. 1, at approximately 6:29 p.m., the Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Emergency Dispatch Center received several 911 calls reporting a fire on Pheasant Valley Road in the Town of Lyndon in the south central part of Sheboygan County. As deputies arrived, they confirmed the barn was fully engulfed. The structure was being used only for hay storage. No injuries were reported. The fire remains under investigation to determine the cause. Further questions should be directed to the Waldo Fire Department. The following public safety resources were involved: Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Office, Cascade First Responders, Orange Cross Ambulance and Plymouth Fire Ambulance, Sheboygan County Fire Investigation Unit, and fire departments from Waldo, Cascade, Plymouth, Ada, Oostburg, Town of Sheboygan Falls, Glenbeulah, Adell, Greenbush, Cedar Grove, Random Lake, Silver Creek, Kohler, Franklin, Johnsonville and Beechwood.

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Antwan lives in Fulton, KY with his wife and one son. In 2010, he graduated from Eastern New Mexico University and started working as a database administration in January 2011 until September 2014. Now, he writes software and gadget reviews for the team. During his free time, Antwan coaches baseball to junior high school boys.

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