None at this time
Feb. 2 - Howard Lake and Cokato Fire Departments responded to a fire in Howard Lake. 7th St.
Feb. 2 - An officer responded to a medical call. HL ambulance transported the male patient to Waconia hospital. 13th Ave.
Feb. 3 - An officer received a report of a lost wallet. The PR states he thinks he set his wallet on his snowmobile seat when he left the bar and then drove away. PR states that all the credit cards have been reported lost. 6th St.
Feb. 3 - Officers responded to a medical call. A female patient was complaining of pain in her shoulder. Howard Lake ambulance responded and transported the patient to the hospital. 8th Ave.
Feb. 3 - The department received a request for a warrant attempt from another county. An officer determined that the subject had moved out of Howard Lake and provided a possible updated address to the Sheriff’s Department. 7th St.
Feb. 3 - An officer assisted the HLWW High School Principal with a harassment incident. Co. Rd. 6 SW.
Feb. 3 - An officer responded to a medical call. HL ambulance responded and transported the patients to the Buffalo ER. 12th St.
Feb. 4 - An officer responded to a trespass complaint. The area was checked and the suspect was not located. 11th Ave.
Feb. 5 - Officers responded to a motor vehicle accident. A box truck hit the RR bridge causing significant damage to the truck. A Wright County Deputy assisted with traffic. Public Works responded and cleaned up the road. The Commercial Vehicle Inspector from the MN State Patrol responded and pulled the truck out of service. The truck was then towed. Co. Rd. 6.
Feb. 5 - A medical was reported at Howard Lake Good Samaritan involving a female resident with severe abdominal pain. Howard Lake Ambulance responded and transported the patient to Waconia Hospital. 13th Ave.
Feb. 6 - A resident came into City Hall and reported that a prospective tenant had called her and had been dropped off with her two kids out in the cold and she didn’t know where she was. An officer made contact with the woman who identified herself and stated that she was fine, was inside, and had found a ride home. She reiterated that she was fine and stated that she did not need any assistance. 625 8th Ave.
Feb. 6 - A resident had questions regarding an active harassment restraining order. An officer assisted the resident and advised her on some options. 11th Ave.
Feb. 6 - A juvenile complaint was reported involving possible underage consumption and drug use. Officers monitored the residence for activity. 7th Ave.
Feb. 6 - An officer responded to a report of a possible theft. A male subject attempted to take aluminum foundation panels for the purpose of selling as scrap. The panels were returned. A citation was issued to the male subject for attempted theft. 6th St.
Feb. 7 - Received a report of a suspicious phone call. The caller claimed to be from the IRS and told the PR that his wife owed back taxes. The PR asked the caller to send official documentation. The caller did not ask for any money, personal information or make any threats. The call was received from a New York number that has been associated with similar activity in the past. 12th Ave.
Feb. 7 - A suspicious circumstance was reported involving a motor vehicle that stopped outside the complainant’s residence multiple times. An officer located the driver who stated he was not familiar with the area and was looking for a friend’s house. 11th Ave.
Feb. 8 - Officers responded to a report of a vehicle parked in a handicap spot at the middle school. The vehicle was not parked in a handicap spot. 8th Ave.
Feb. 9 - An officer responded to an alarm. The exterior door was unsecure and the interior doors were secure. The door was shut and secured. There were no keyholders responding. 6th St.
Feb. 9 - An officer responded to a medical call. A female fell outside on the icy sidewalk after taking out the garbage. The female complained of right wrist pain and facial injuries. Howard Lake Ambulance responded and transported the female patient to Buffalo Hospital. 9th St.
Feb. 9 - An officer responded to an agency assist for Wright County Sheriff’s Office involving checking the area for a motor vehicle involved in a traffic complaint. The area was checked and no contact was made with the vehicle. Hwy 12.
Feb. 10 - An officer responded to a verbal domestic. The female wanted to leave and was transported to a sister’s residence in Cokato. Shoreline Drive.
Feb. 10 - An officer received a report of possible threats. The officer discussed this with the other party who denied making any threats and agreed to refrain from contact with the other party. 9th St.
Feb. 10 - An officer received information that a suspect was violating a no contact order. An officer responded and saw the suspect in a car and attempted to stop it. The vehicle accelerated and ran a stop sign. A short pursuit ensued. The car then stopped and the occupants fled on foot. WCSO and the State Patrol assisted with the search for the suspects but they were not located. The vehicle was towed. 7th Ave.
Feb. 10 - An officer responded to a medical alarm. Upon arrival the officer learned that it was an accidental trip. 4th Ave.
Feb. 11 - An officer stopped to check on the driver of a vehicle parked on the WB shoulder of HWY 12 with a blown out tire. The driver stated that she was fine and that AAA was on the way. She stated that AAA was about 15 minutes out and that she did not need help. Hwy 12.
Feb. 10 - An officer responded to a report of damage to property. Gymnasium doors were damaged at the HLWW High School. Co. Rd. 6.
Feb. 11 - An officer assisted a WCSO deputy with a warrant attempt. A suspect was arrested and transported by the deputy to the LEC. 7th Ave.
Feb. 12 - Officers conducted a welfare check on a juvenile boy. Officers made contact with the boy and his mother. The boy was fine. 9th St.
Feb. 12 - An officer assisted a WCSO deputy with serving a restraining order. 11th Ave.
Feb. 13 - Received a report of a violation of a harassment restraining order (HRO). Officers responded and determined that there was no violation. 11th Ave.
Feb. 13 - An officer assisted with a funeral escort from St. James Church to St. James cemetery. 7th Ave.
Feb. 13 - A motorist requested assistance with keys that were locked in a running motor vehicle parked at New Beginnings. An officer responded and the doors were unlocked for the owner. 10th Ave.
Feb. 14 - Received a report of a violation of a harassment restraining order (HRO). An officer responded and determined that there was no violation. 11th Ave.