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Howard Lake Police Report
Herald Journal, Oct. 27, 2014

Oct. 12 - WCSO reported a vehicle all over the road traveling on Highway 12 in Howard Lake. An officer responded but was unable to locate the vehicle. Hwy 12.

Oct. 13 - School Resource Officer assisted Journey’s staff with a runaway student. 8th Ave.

Oct. 13 - School Resource Officer assisted HLWW Middle School staff with a student. 8th Ave.Oct. 13 - School Resource Officer assisted Journey’s staff with an out of control student. 8th Ave.

Oct. 13 - School Resource Officer assisted Journey’s Staff with a runaway student. 8th Ave.

Oct. 13 - An officer responded to assist WCSO with a warrant arrest. The deputy arrested the male subject who was driving. The female passenger did not have a valid license. The officer gave the female passenger and her juvenile daughter a ride back to their home in Howard Lake. Hwy 12.

Oct. 13 - An officer assisted Howard Lake Ambulance with a medical. Patient was transported by ambulance to a hospital in Waconia. 12th Ave.

Oct. 14 - An officer received a check welfare call from a concerned mother. She stated that her son did not come home last night. The officer learned that the son had been transported to Buffalo hospital by Buffalo PD the previous evening. The officer notified the mother. 625 8th Ave.

Oct. 15 - An officer assisted Howard Lake Ambulance with a medical. The patient was transported by ambulance to a hospital in Waconia. 7th St.

Oct. 15 - An officer received a report from a property manager regarding missing keys. The officer advised the manager that it was a civil matter. Shoreline Drive.

Oct. 15 - An officer responded to a medical alarm. Howard Lake Ambulance responded and transported the patient to Buffalo Hospital. 7th St.

Oct. 16 - An officer responded to a report that a vehicle had been parked in the parking lot of a business for five days. The officer identified and contacted that owner who stated that he would move the vehicle sometime today. 6th St.

Oct. 16 - An officer responded to a report of a verbal domestic. The female party had already left the house with the children. The male party stated that there was no physical altercation and it was purely verbal. 11th Ave.

Oct. 16 - An officer received a report of a fraudulent phone call. After discussing the incident, the officer advised the caller that according to the FBI this is a common scam. The individual did not release any personal information to the caller. 625 8th Ave.

Oct. 17 - An officer responded to a medical call involving a female patient with shortness of breath. Howard Lake ambulance responded and transported the patient to the hospital in Waconia. 6th St.

Oct. 17 - A resident called with questions about an eviction. 11th Ave.

Oct. 17 - An officer responded to a report of a loose dog. The officer transported the dog to Crossroads. 6th Ave.

Oct. 18 - An officer assisted WCSO with a fight in Cokato. Cokato.

Oct. 18 - An officer responded to a barking dog complaint. The officer checked the area and did not hear any dogs barking. 11th Ave.