Police blotter: Caller reports shot dog, another threatens to shoot dogs
The following are a handful of the many calls for service in Wadena County handled by Wadena County Sheriff's Office and Wadena Police.
Wadena County Sheriff's Office
2:12 p.m.: A male party at the library said people were controlling his thoughts. He agreed to go to the emergency room for a mental health evaluation.
2:51 p.m.: A male inmate was reportedly making threats to another individual from a phone at the Wadena County Jail.
8:17 a.m.: Reporting party said someone shot her dog by the trailer park. Caller did not see anyone shoot the dog and unsure where it took place. Caller said the dog was going to die. An officer met with the dog owner and took photos. There were no suspects at the time.
3:21 p.m.: A caller said a man came in with a note that said his neighbor shot at him. He wanted the caller to call police while he went to the VFW. Becker County advised the man was walking and mentally ill.
7: 01 p.m.: Report of a car and sheriff's squad colliding with no injuries.
7:42 p.m.: A 911 from a woman stating she had been kidnapped and was possibly headed west towards Detroit Lakes. No vehicle description.
9:04 a.m.: Caller reported a former foster child staying with her, who is now an adult left her home and stole cash an Xbox and other items valued at several thousand dollars.
Reporting party said he was charged by two dogs while walking. He said he would shoot the dogs if they were aggressive towards him again. An officer spoke with the dog owner about her dogs and city ordinances related to the dogs. He also spoke to her about her son's snowmobile safety certificate and use of a helmet.
12:29 a.m.: A caller stated there is a dead deer in the road and they would have removed it but they were listening to murder documentaries and were too scared to get out of the vehicle.