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Police Scanner - Nov. 23 Edition

Nov. 9

• A complainant asked for a deputy about threats made to him about trapping.

Nov. 10

• After locating a dog at the WDC tennis court a caller reported he cornered the dog and picked it up. The dog then bit him on the hand through his glove. The dog's owner was contacted and said the dog had been vaccinated for rabies two months ago.

• The Wadena Police Department received a call at 11:26 p.m. that a train was blocking all three crossings in downtown Wadena.

Nov. 11

• The Sheriff's Office was informed after a caller reported offering to give a female bar patron, who was either intoxicated or upset, a ride home. The female allegedly "freaked" out, got in her own car and left.

Nov. 12

• A deputy investigated damage to a fish house. He took photos of a broken window and questioned some neighbors.

• A caller reported a female, who was possibly intoxicated, drove into his yard and started yelling at him. He said it was an ongoing issue with the woman and wanted advice.

Nov. 13

• A city employee reported a vehicle with four flat tires at the very end of Colfax Ave. SE.

Nov. 14

• A caller reported large boulders on the west side of U.S. Highway 71 at mile marker 244.

• A panic button was activated when a receptionist hit the wrong button for a printer.

• Responding to a 911 hangup Wadena police officers knocked on the front door of a residence for approximately 10 minutes, then checked a pole shed but found no one. When they did encounter the homeowner he was upset they were on his property and demanded they leave. He was advised of why the officers were there and responded by telling them it was against the law for them to enter his backyard. He threatened to get an attorney and sue. The man appeared intoxicated. He was belligerent and refused to listen.

The reports were derived from Wadena Police Department Incident Reports and Wadena County Sheriff's Office call logs.