Oct. 19 - Two kittens were found on a resident’s property. An officer responded and transported the kittens to Crossroads Animal Shelter. Haywood Drive.
Oct. 19 - Officers responded to a report of a physical domestic. The female was arrested on an active McLeod County Warrant and for 5th Degree Assault/Domestic Assault. 11th Ave.
Oct. 19 - After responding to a physical domestic, officers determined that another individual had a warrant. A male was arrested on a Wright County warrant. A WCSO Deputy transported him to jail. 11th Ave.
Oct. 20 - A resident reported a missing dog. An officer logged the dog’s information. 11th Ave.
Oct. 20 - A resident reported that someone went through his vehicle while it was parked on the driveway. The vehicle was unattended and unsecure. Nothing was stolen. 5th Ave.
Oct. 20 - An officer was flagged down by a resident who wanted to know the status of her driver’s license. The officer advised the individual that her license was suspended. 11th Ave.
Oct. 20 - An officer responded to a report of damage to property. The property owner reported that an outside storage shed was damaged recently. 11th Ave.
Oct. 20 - An officer received several reports of juvenile males cutting through private property on their way home from school. The officer made contact with the boys and their parents and advised them to stay off private property. 11th Ave.
Oct. 20 - An officer responded to a report of a 911 open line via cell phone. After checking the area, the officer located the caller and advised him of the 911 call. 7th Ave.
Oct. 20 - An officer was dispatched to a report of a theft from a locked vehicle. The vehicle was parked on the street at the time of the theft. 4th St.
Oct. 21 - The department received a report of suspicious vehicles in the parking lot of a local business after hours. An officer responded the next day to the business and reviewed video with the manager. Nothing suspicious was noted. 6th St.
Oct. 20 - The manager of a local business reported a gas drive-off. The manager forwarded pictures of the vehicle and suspect from surveillance cameras. 6th St.
Oct. 21 - The School Resource Officer assisted Journey’s staff with an out of control student. A parent responded and took the student home. 8th Ave.
Oct. 21 - An officer received a report regarding a tenant versus landlord dispute. The officer advised the individual. Shoreline Dr.
Oct. 22 - An officer observed a parked vehicle in a driveway with a door open. The officer made contact with the homeowner to report possible suspicious activity. The homeowner stated that all items were accounted for in the vehicle and that no valuables were taken. Dutch Lake Trail.
Oct. 22 - A manager at a local business requested extra patrol at night due to possible theft. 6th St.
Oct. 22 - While on routine patrol an officer observed a resident shooting his bow inside the city limits. The officer advised the resident that this was a violation of the city ordinance and the resident agreed to stop shooting his bow. 11th Ave.
Oct. 22 - An officer responded to a complaint of a juvenile on the railroad bridge. The officer returned the juvenile to his parent at their residence. 10th Ave.
Oct. 22 - An officer responded to a report of a child locked inside a vehicle. The officer unlocked the vehicle. Woodland Drive.
Oct. 22 - An officer responded to a report of a physical domestic that had occurred during morning hours. The officer completed a report. The incident is currently under investigation. 7th Street.
Oct. 22 - An officer responded to an unwanted person report. The male subject left without incident. 7th St.
Oct. 23 - An officer responded to a report of a theft from a motor vehicle. Prescription pills were taken from an unlocked vehicle. 11th Ave.
Oct. 23 - An officer received a report that someone had gone through a resident’s car while it was parked on the driveway overnight. The owner did not think that anything was stolen. The vehicle was unlocked and unattended at the time. 8th Ave.
Oct. 23 - An officer responded to a theft report. The theft occurred in another jurisdiction. The department forwarded the report to the appropriate agency for investigation.Shoreline Dr.
Oct. 23 - A female reported being harassed. The female complainant did not want any action taken at this time. 7th Ave.
Oct. 23 - A homeowner requested extra patrol overnight. 7th Ave.
Oct. 24 - A resident requested extra patrol for the rest of the week because his neighbor is out of town. 4th Ave.
Oct. 24 - A resident stated that someone went through his truck early Monday morning while it was parked on the street. There was nothing stolen. The vehicle was unlocked at the time. 11th Ave.
Oct. 24 - An officer responded to a noise complaint. The officer heard loud music. The officer advised the resident to keep music at a lower level. 7th Ave.
Oct. 24 - An officer received a phone call from a citizen regarding a found dog. The officer was unable to locate the owner and transported the dog to Crossroads Animal Shelter.Dutch Lake Trail.
Oct. 25 - An officer assisted WCSO deputies with a wanted individual in the city of Montrose. Montrose.
Oct. 25 - An officer assisted an intoxicated male at a bar whose ride had left without him. The officer transported the male to his parents’ residence. 6th St.
Oct. 25 - An officer responded to a report of a structure fire. The officer assisted a WCSO deputy at the scene. HLFD put out the fire. Middleview Township.
Oct. 25 - An officer was flagged down by a resident stating that another resident had a rooster in the city limits. The reporting party stated that the rooster has been crowing daily. 12th St.