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Police Blotter: Fox on the roof reported

Just a few of the many incident reports from Wadena Police Department in the past weeks.

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Wadena Police Department squad.
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Wadena Police Department

May 6

  • A caller reported a dead fox on the roof of an apartment on First Street SW. No one answered at the apartments when officers visited. An officer was going to find out names of property owners and let them know about the fox.
  • A man who was possibly intoxicated stole some items from Walmart. The man just needed an escort to the vehicle.

May 9
Stolen catalytic converter reported off a 2001 Ford truck in front of Stoneman's Uhaul business on Hwy 10.
May 10
Officers visited 11 properties in northwest Wadena where they noted nuisance materials including, garbage, junk vehicles, brush piles and scattered debris.
May 14
The bison bull broke through his fence enclosure into the calf and cow's side of the fence.
May 18

  • Two leashed dogs were attacked by a large brindle pit bull on Fourth Street NW. One dog was taken to a vet and received stitches.
  • Report of a young male wandering and asking for money. He was offered food and left without accepting. He was seen looking into vehicles.
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