Oct. 5 - An officer responded to an alarm activation at a local business. A key-holder responded and the building was secure. 6th Street.
Oct. 5 - An officer received a report of a lost wallet.4th Street.
Oct. 6 - An officer received a report that gas was stolen from a boat at a residence. The resident wanted the incident documented and requested extra patrols. Shoreline Dr.
Oct. 6 - An officer assisted WCSO with a warrant attempt. Three subjects were arrested. 6th Street.
Oct. 6 - An officer checked welfare of a student who did not show up for school. The officer located the student who was fine. 7th Street.
Oct. 6 - An officer responded to a report of a homeless person sleeping in a car. An officer located the vehicle and spoke with the individual who was advised of his options and provided contact information for agencies that could help him with his situation. 4th Ave.
Oct. 6 - An officer received a complaint of a vehicle parked with its right-side tires up on the curb. The officer responded and issued a written warning. 8th St.
Oct. 6 - An officer received a report of a stolen trailer from a business. The officer responded and completed a report. WCSO recovered the trailer a few days later. 6th St.
Oct. 6 - An officer received a complaint that an unknown vehicle was parked on private property. The officer identified the owner of the vehicle who stated that the vehicle was not supposed to be parked there and agreed to move the vehicle. 6th Street.
Oct. 7 - A resident reported that her daughter found a sick cat and she did not know what to do with it. An officer responded and transported the cat to Crossroads animal shelter. Orchard Court.
Oct. 7 - The School Resource Officer assisted staff with a disorderly student. 8th Ave.
Oct. 8 - A resident reported that she had trapped two stray cats. An officer responded and transported the cats to Crossroads animal shelter. Haywood Drive.
Oct. 8 - An officer responded to a report of a disorderly student. The officer and a staff member were able to calm the student down and he returned to class. While the officer was on scene, he assisted with two other disruptive students. 8th Ave.
Oct. 8 - An officer responded to a report of a locked out motorist. The officer unlocked the vehicle. 11th Ave.
Oct. 8 - An officer responded to a report of attempted entry into a storage shed. 9th St.
Oct. 8 - An officer conducted a check welfare on a male subject at a bar. The bartender was advised to serve no further alcohol and make a further report if the individual attempts to drive away. 6th St.
Oct. 8 - An officer responded to a report of a disorderly customer at a bar. A WCSO deputy assisted, arrested the subject, and transported him to the Wright County Jail. 6th St.
Oct. 9 - An officer received a report from a resident about an inmate who might be released soon. 8th St.
Oct. 9 - An officer received a report that a resident had seen a mountain lion on county road six near the Middleville Township Hall. The officer called the DNR and forwarded the information to WCSO. Co. Rd. 6.
Oct. 9 - An officer received a report that a disorderly student had run out of the school. The officer assisted staff with getting the student back into a classroom and stood by until the student’s parent came to pick him up. 8th Ave.
Oct. 9 - An officer was dispatched on a driving complaint on HWY 12. The officer was unable to locate the vehicle. Hwy 12.
Oct. 9 - An officer was dispatched to a juvenile complaint. The officer advised the father of the complaint and issued a verbal warning to the juvenile. Shoreline Dr.
Oct. 10 - An officer assisted a WCSO deputy with a warrant. The deputy collected the bail from the subject. Dutch Lake Trail.
Oct. 10 - An officer was dispatched to a report of a possible domestic dispute. Both parties stated that the dispute was verbal only. The male party left for the evening to let things calm down. Haywood Dr.
Oct. 11 - An officer responded to a report of an intoxicated female sitting in a vehicle. The officer arrived and located the female who was awake and coherent. The officer stood by until a sober driver arrived to transport several individuals. 7th Ave.