City of Antigo Police Department
Welcome from the Chief of
I would like to welcome you to the City of Antigo Police Department and our web page. The ANPD consists of fifteen sworn officers, three civilian support staff and three school crossing guards.
I believe that we have very dedicated employees that will go out of their way to assist you and the community to the best of our ability. We are committed to community based policing and place a strong value on our partnership with the citizens, businesses, and community organizations.
We reside in a city that has maintained the small city safety due to proactive enforcement and community involvement. We will continue to strive to provide the highest quality of service while maintaining public trust, and promoting justice in a fair, compassionate and impartial manner.
Please familiarize yourself with our web page and the city website as a whole, and the information they provide. If we can be of any assistance please feel free to contact us at your convenience.
Chief of Police
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Antigo Police Department
840 Clermont Street
Antigo, WI 54409
Antigo City Hall
700 Edison Street
Antigo, WI 54409
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Antigo Police Department, 840 Clermont St, Antigo WI 54409
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Antigo Police Department Members
Serving Since March 1998
Chief Duley joined our department in 1998. He started out his law enforcement career at the Lannon Wisconsin Police Department and Menomonee Falls Wisconsin Police Department as an Officer, Police Aid and Dispatcher. He also worked part-time for Dodge County in investigations. Before being hired at the Antigo Police Department, Chief Duley was a Dispatcher and part-time Deputy for the Langlade County Sheriff’s Department. He obtained his Associates Degree in Police Science at Waukesha Co. Technical College and attended their Police Academy. Chief Duley oversees the investigations for our department as well as handles Forensic Electronic Media & Computer Analysis, investigates Internet Crimes Against Children, is an Evidence Technician and Property Room Custodian. Chief Duley is also a Death Investigator and Arson Investigator for our department. He is also part of the Langlade County Fire Investigation Team; Secretary for the North Central Wisconsin Investigators Association; Former President of the Northwoods Law Enforcement Association; Treasurer of the Langlade County Fire Chief’s Association; and Member of the Langlade County Rural Fire Control.
Serving Since June 2009
Captain Kyle Rustick joined our department in 2009. Captain Rustick attended the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee for Criminal Justice and the Police Academy at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. Captain Rustick oversees all investigations for our department. Captain Rustick is a death investigator, narcotics investigator, as well as a tactical operator for the Antigo Police Department/Langlade County Sheriffs Office Joint Special Response Team (SRT). He is the Antigo Police Department representative for the Langlade County Drug Endangered Children’s Program (DEC), as well as a member of both the North Central Drug Enforcement Group (NORDEG) task force, and the North East Tri-County Drug Enforcement Group (NETCDEG) task force. Some of his advanced training relates to homicide and death investigations, narcotics and controlled substance trafficking and investigations, and interview and interrogation techniques.
Serving Since August 2008
Detective Sergeant Goeks went to UW Eau Claire, earning a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. He then attended the Police Academy at Chippewa Valley Technical College. Detective Sergeant Goeks is an Evidence Technician for our department. His specialty training includes investigator and NORDEG.
Patrolman/ k9 Officer
Serving Since June 2012
Officer Bula went to Northcentral Technical College for Criminal Justice. He then attended the Police Academy at NTC. Prior to being hired by the Antigo Police Department as a Patrolman, Officer Bula worked at both the Crandon Police Department and the Forest County Sheriff’s Department.
Serving Since January 2013
Sergeant Hopfensperger grew up in Clintonville and joined the Antigo Police Department in January of 2013. He graduated from Fox Valley Technical College in 2008 with an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement. Prior to working at the Antigo Police Department, Sergeant Hopfensperger started his career in January of 2009. He worked part time at Marion Police Department, Manawa Police Department, Iola and Waupaca Police Departments. He also worked Water Patrol for the Waupaca County Sheriff’s Department. He is the Departments Evidence Custodian, the 3rd shift Field Training Officer, one of the department’s armorers and on The Langlade County and City of Antigo Police Department’s Special Response Team. When Sergeant Hopfensperger is not at work he enjoys deer hunting, fishing and trap shooting.
Serving Since October 2004
Sgt. Reichl joined our department after serving in the Marines. He attended the Police Academy at NorthCentral Technical College. Sgt. Reichl supervises our 3rd Shift Patrol and conducts investigations for our department as well as a member of SRT. He is also a Field Training Officer to our new hires. Some of his specialty training includes Advance Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement, Homicide Investigations, Narcotics / Dangerous Drugs and Interview & Interrogation.
Sergeant & DRE
Serving Since June 2011
Sergeant Husnick obtained his Associates Degree from Nicolet Area Technical College. He then attended the Police Academy at NorthCentral Technical College. Officer Husnick is a Patrolman for our department. In 2014, he became our Drug Recognition Expert. Officer Husnick obtained his OWI Standard Field Sobriety Instructor status in June of 2015. He is the Vice-President for the Northwood Law Enforcement Assocation. Before joining our department Officer Husnick worked as a Deputy and as a Corrections Officer for the Langlade County Sheriff’s Department.
Serving Since April 1999
Officer Zirngible obtained his Associates Degree in Police Science from Nicolet Area Technical College. Officer Zirngible is a Patrolman for our department as well as our Firearms Instructor, Field Training Officer and Traffic Education Instructor. Before joining our department, Officer Zirngible worked part-time for 2 years with the Village of Rib Lake.
Serving Since 2019
Levi, an Antigo native and graduate of Antigo High School made the decision to stay true to his roots and return to his hometown where he wants to make a difference. Levi earned his bachelors of arts in Criminal Justice with a minor in Sociology from Lakeland University where he also played football for four years. He then graduated from the academy at the Fox Valley Technical College where he honed his policing skills and learned the trades of the profession. Levi comes to us with prior law enforcement experience from another agency in Wisconsin.
Aside from the demanding work that we have been putting him through during his field training, Levi enjoys watching Wisconsin sports, hunting, fishing, and listening to a variety of music. He also tells us that he makes for a good host since he can play the guitar and enjoys grilling out.
Serving Since 2020
UW-Stevens Point, Roseland previously worked with the Ashland County Sheriff’s Department. Roseland is
currently going through the department’s 12-week field training program. He will continue doing so for several more weeks on different shifts and will be mentored by Officer Nate Zirngible, Sgt. Jerry Reichl and Officer Andy Hopfensperger.
Patrolman/ Dare Officer
Serving Since 2019
David is originally from Hobart, Wisconsin, just outside of Green Bay. Staying close to home he obtained his Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. David then attended the police academy at Fox Valley Technical College.
David comes to us with prior law enforcement experience from a small community. David will be completing his field training this week and has shown a great work ethic, an eagerness to learn and appears to be having fun while doing so.
When David is not dressed in blue he loves being on a boat in the summer relaxing, and duck hunting in the fall.
Patrolman/ School Resource Officer
Serving Since 2017
Officer Schilling attended the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point where he obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Resource Management and Law Enforcement. He attended the Police Academy at Mid-State Technical College where he was elected vice president of his class. After college he worked for the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point Police & Protective Services for a year and a half before coming to Antigo in 2017. In 2019, he was appointed the School Liasion Officer.
ABirnamwood Wisconsin native, Officer Malueg graduated from Wittenberg-Birnamwood High School and went on to obtain her associate’s degree from UWSP. Malueg also enlisted in the Wisconsin Army National Guard in 2014 and served as a Military Police Officer for six years and had the opportunity to work in the detention facilities as a Guard Force Member at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
In her off time, Officer Malueg enjoys traveling, photography, playing softball and hiking. She has also found great enjoyment from the walking trails and boardwalk in Antigo and it is one of her favorite local spots. Malueg is also very passionate about her family, her dogs and the outdoors. We have found that her love for animals is very strong when she took in two newborn kittens that were located in Antigo after being abandoned. Now they look healthy and it appears they even wear collars. Her dogs, Prada and Titan keep her very occupied, even though she brings home random cats for them to work around.
Officer Malueg will begin further training at NTC and will be ready to be on her own in May of 2020 after completing the academy.
Malueg is very excited to be working with us and compliments her team often saying she is happy to be working with “such great people.”
After graduating from Antigo High School, I enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. During my service, I realized I wanted to continue serving after my enlistment. I chose to become a Police Officer at the Antigo Police Deparment, because I want to make a difference in the community I was born and raised in.
Our Crossing Guards
The Antigo Police Department has four part-time crossing guards. They provide service to the school crossings zones before and after school. They play a vital role in helping keep our kids safe to and from school.