Police Blotter: Neighbor needs to set boundaries

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


Wadena County Sheriff's Office

May 25

4:13 p.m.: A caller, who just had his property professionally surveyed, reports a neighbor keeps moving his property markers. A deputy met with both parties and advised.

5:34 p.m.: Received a call from the Blaine Police Department about a county resident’s birth certificate and Social Security card found on a homeless person in Anoka County.

May 26

3:57 p.m.: Received a call from a resident upset over a neighbor removing his fence after the neighbor surveyed his property. The caller put up the fence on his neighbor’s property to keep his cows out of the neighbor’s property. The deputy advised the caller he can choose to have his case heard in court if the fence was damaged.


May 27

7:10 p.m.: Received a 911 call with an open line but could hear people talking and yelling. Children had gotten a hold of a parent’s phone and there was no emergency.

May 28

3:42 a.m.: Stopped a vehicle for speeding and arrested the driver on multiple warrants, driving after license cancellation and for giving the deputy someone else’s name and date of birth.

11:34 a.m.: Male party located deceased in the woods. Deputies met with the family and processed the scene.

5:17 p.m.: Responded to a motorcycle crash in which the driver broke a leg.

May 29

1:09 a.m. Assisted the Staples Police Department with a bar fight in Staples.


May 30

8:20 a.m. Received a report of property damage to a cabin.

8:38 a.m.: Received a report of sixth graders breaking into a home and taking toys.

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