ANTIGO - Stockbridge-Munsee tribal president Robert Chicks is facing three misdemeanor charges in connection with an incident in Langlade County.
Chicks, 68, was charged with obstructing an officer for allegedly lying to police about his identity during a traffic stop. Chicks did not have a valid driver's license, according to the criminal complaint.
Chicks allegedly did not show up for court, prompting a charge of bailjumping. He also faces a charge of theft.
According to online court records, a March 25 hearing has been set in Antigo for all three cases.
FOX 11 left a message with Chicks' office seeking a comment.
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