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Howard Lake Police Report
Herald Journal, May 23, 2016

None reported at thi time

April 17 - An officer responded to a report of gun shots made by two residents in separate areas. The noise was actually fireworks and the origin could not be determined. Haywood Dr.

April 17 - An officer responded to a noise complaint and told the resident to keep the music off for the remainder of the night. 9th St.

April 17 - An officer mediated a disagreement between a landlord and tenants. 5th St.

April 17 - Officers responded to a theft from motor vehicle. The vehicle was parked in the driveway and left unlocked. 7th Ave.

April 18 - An officer responded to a report of a juvenile female who had run away from MAWSECO. The officer assisted school staff with getting the student back inside the school. 8th Ave.

April 18 - An officer assisted with unlocking a vehicle. County Road 6 SW.

April 18 - An officer located a vehicle with the driver sleeping inside. The driver advised that he began to fall asleep and stopped to rest. Industries Circle.

April 18 - An officer located an occupied vehicle in a park after hours and advised the driver to leave. 6th St.

April 19 - An officer responded to a report of a burglary. 10th Ave.

April 19 - An officer responded to a report of the theft of a fountain from a back yard garden. 7th Ave.

April 20 - An officer assisted WCSO with a driving complaint. The vehicle was not found in Howard Lake. US Hwy 12.

April 20 - A male dog was found at a business. The owner claimed the dog. 6th St.

April 21 - An officer responded to a report of a possible scam. 9th St.

April 21 - A resident was agitated and confused. Howard Lake Ambulance responded and transported the male patient to Waconia Hospital. 13th Ave.

April 22 - An officer responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle. The occupants stated that they were waiting for a friend and agreed to wait at Lion’s Park. 7th St.

April 22 - An officer was dispatched to a driving complaint. The officer located the vehicle and the driver showed no signs of impairment. US Highway 12.

April 22 - An officer was dispatched to an aerial fireworks complaint and was unable to determine the origin. 9th St.

April 22 - An officer was dispatched to a suspicious vehicle complaint. All parties were advised. 11th Avenue.

April 23 - An officer assisted Wright County deputies with an incident in Montrose.

April 23 - An officer responded to a complaint regarding a vehicle that regularly runs a stop sign. 9th Street.

April 23 - Two juveniles found some US flags on the ground at the fairgrounds and turned them in to an officer. 1st Street.

April 23 - An officer responded to a suspicious persons report involving individuals on a resident’s property. 6th Street.

April 23 - An officer responded to a noise complaint and did not hear any loud music. 9th Street.

April 24 - While on routine checks, an officer observed several mattresses and electronics dumped at the compost site. The officer took several photos of the objects. Keats Ave.

April 24 - An officer was dispatched to a possible burglary. Nothing appeared to be missing, and the complainant believed it could be friends of her children. 5th Ave.

April 25 - A resident complained of hearing what she believes to be gunshots. The report coincided with fireworks complaints. 6th Ave.

April 25 - Wright County dispatch advised of a 911 hang-up from HLWW MS. An officer contacted the school and was advised that there was no issue and that a staff member had accidentally dialed 911. County Road 6.

April 25 - Officers assisted WCSO with a traffic complaint. Officers located the vehicle and made contact with the driver who stated she was upset because another vehicle pulled out in front of her. Officer advised the driver to pull over and calm down when she gets upset. Pacific Ave.

April 26 - Officer assisted HL Ambulance with a medical. Patient was transported to a hospital in Buffalo for difficulty breathing. 13th Ave.

April 28 - A residential fire alarm was activated indicating living room smoke. A key-holder responded and allowed access to the interior. Howard Lake Fire Department responded and handled the incident. County Road 7.

April 29 - A female was weak and confused after having a medication change. Howard Lake Ambulance responded and transported the female patient to Waconia Hospital. 1st Ave.

April 29 - An officer mediated a family dispute. 7th Street.

April 29 - A resident reported suspicious circumstances involving an unknown person removing items from the trash. 11th Avenue.

April 30 - An officer responded to a possible domestic. Contact was made with a male who stated the name provided resides in another apartment, but that person was out of state with a relative. There was no contact at the other apartment. 9th Street.