Unsolved Crimes

Damage – Village of Ontario

Vernon County Crime Stoppers, along with the Ontario Police Department, is asking for your help. Crime: Damage…..sometime during the early morning hours of Wednesday, September 13, 2017 in the Village of Ontario, someone attempted to smash through the front glass door of the Milk Jug Cafe. At least one of the items used was a … Continue reading Damage – Village of Ontario

Posted on: September 15, 2017

House Damage – Desoto Area

Crime: Window Damage…..sometime during the evening of August 18, 2017 on Lawrence Ridge Road just northeast of DeSoto, a house window was damaged by two large rocks being thrown through the window. The rocks was thrown through the west side window from the outside of the house causing substantial damage.  **A photo of the window … Continue reading House Damage – Desoto Area

Posted on: September 6, 2017

Damage – Stoddard Village Park

Vernon County Crime Stoppers, along with the Vernon County Sheriff’s Office, is asking for your help. Crime: Damage at Stoddard Park…..on two separate incidents, damage was done at the village park in Stoddard. During the overnight hours of July 6, 2017, someone knocked over and removed the head off a statute of a baseball player.  … Continue reading Damage – Stoddard Village Park

Posted on: July 18, 2017

Mailbox Vandalism – Town of Coon

Crime:  Mailbox vandalism…on July 5, 2017 at about 3:00AM, some mailboxes located at County Road B/Hage Ln in the Town of Coon were damaged.  The damage was possibly caused by someone placing fireworks in one of the mailboxes. **Photos of the mailboxes can also be seen on our Facebook page at www.faceboook.com/vernoncrimestoppers.     Do you … Continue reading Mailbox Vandalism – Town of Coon

Posted on: July 7, 2017


New Board Member – Viola Area

Please join us in congratulating our new board member from the Viola area…Carol Oliver! We thank Carol for her willingness to serve on our board and be a big part of our mission of assisting our local law enforcement in the fight against crime. Thank you, Carol…we look forward to working with you!

Posted on: May 6, 2016