Police scanner - March 17 edition
March 4 o A man wished to speak to an officer about a vehicle that kept coming onto his property. He wanted to know why the driver kept coming and leaving. Police made contact with the suspect and left a message to call the Wadena County Sheriff'...
• A man wished to speak to an officer about a vehicle that kept coming onto his property. He wanted to know why the driver kept coming and leaving. Police made contact with the suspect and left a message to call the Wadena County Sheriff's Office.
• A man spotted a dog loose on a highway and when he stopped for the dog, the dog jump right into his vehicle. He wanted to adopt the dog after the waiting period.
• A man who rented a hotel room wanted police to come out to the hotel because they turned off his TV and accused him of stealing their pipe.
• A caller reported seeing a man rifling through his daughter's car. When he approached the car, the suspect took off on foot. The caller gave chase, but fell.
• A deputy noticed a large running fire. He made contact with the property owner who stated he had an active burning permit. People on the property were attending to the fire and watching for burn back.
• A woman told police that while she was moving out of her apartment, a man approached and told her to take him to jail. The man tried to get into her car, then left the area.
• A man stated his brother had stopped taking his medicine and had tackled him. The brother was transported to the hospital by ambulance.
• A man told a deputy that his dog had been attacked by another dog while it was being walked by his exchange student. He wanted the situation looked into.
• A reporter saw a teenager in a yard with a big black gun. The gun turned out to be an airsoft gun.
• A landlord told law enforcement that he was told by his renter that his ex-wife called and said she would be dropping off property of the landlord per the divorce decree. The man did not want the property dropped off because he was appealing the divorce decree. The man was unhappy when he was informed that wasn't how the law worked. He was also unhappy because he was told he needed to get his own HRO. He believed that his ex-wife's HRO would work both ways.
• A driver was pulled over for speeding. The driver told the deputy that he was traveling to the veterinarian with an injured pet.
• A caller reported a dog barking for several hours, chained up outside with little food and water. The owners were not at home. The person taking care of the dog said he would come over and put the dog in the house.
• A caller reported a window had been shot at in January and now there was some damage discovered to a sewer pipe. The caller wasn't sure if the damage was a result of the gunshot but wanted it on file in case problems with the sewer pipe continue.
• A man called law enforcement about two cars in his neighbor's driveway that he didn't recognize and stated that they were walking around the property with flashlights. A deputy spoke with one of the men who was in a wheelchair due to an accident and living on the property. He stated that a friend was bringing more of his belongings over to the property.
• A woman reported that her son's roommate had told her son that he had cancer last year. Her son had a benefit for him and paid for a rental car as well as starting a Go Fund Me account. It was discovered that the roommate was faking the cancer and her son had sued him for the rental car fee. The woman wanted to know how to get the money from the Go Fund Me account back to people who donated.