Police scanner - Feb. 15 edition
Feb. 1 o A landlord informed the Sheriff's Office that the resident of a home was in jail and yet there were two cars in the driveway. After speaking with a deputy the complainant elected to file with the court and serve a female party with an ev...
• A landlord informed the Sheriff's Office that the resident of a home was in jail and yet there were two cars in the driveway. After speaking with a deputy the complainant elected to file with the court and serve a female party with an eviction notice.
• A complainant alleged her ex-boyfriend declared he was going to destroy her property. She was told law enforcement did not take sides in property disputes.
• The jailer requested assistance in dealing with a prisoner who tried to harm himself with lunch tray items.
• Two neighbors needed a lecture about rude behavior toward each other.
• Moments after a woman called alleging abuse by a man she reported everything was okay and hung up.
• A father reported an accident his daughter had been involved in over the weekend. He also wanted to report a domestic he learned of Feb. 2. He informed law enforcement he was bringing his daughter in for a statement.
• A man reported he had dropped his keys down an elevator shaft and was unable to reach them.
• After an unruly female started yelling in the lobby at 124 First Street SE she was escorted outside.
• A caller reported that while looking for his keys in his driveway he noticed two cats in the window at a neighbor's home. Since there were no tracks in or out of the house or driveway he was concerned about their welfare. Police investigated but did not see any cats. The homeowner was contacted.
• A male in dark clothing was reported to be walking on or near the railroad tracks. His tracks started on Clark Drive and returned the same way.
• Law enforcement received a theft complaint from a man who alleged his chainsaw had been stolen sometime during the previous three months. The complainant did not have a serial number.
• A deputy served HRO papers on a man who refused them and told the officer to take them back. They were placed at the man's feet and he was informed he could be arrested if he violated the HRO.
• Wadena County deputies assisted the Menahga Police and Fire Departments with investigating a possible gas leak.
The reports were derived from Wadena Police Department Incident Reports and Wadena County Sheriff's Office call logs.