On the Record April 17-23, 2020

Dispatch report

April 17

•Complainant on N. River Road reported possible identity theft.

•Complainant on E. Luverne Street reported a theft and damage to property.

•Assistance from another department assisted state patrol eastbound on Interstate 90, mile marker 15, near Luverne.

•Complainant on N. McKenzie Street reported possible natural gas smell in the area.

•Complainant on S. Second Street, Beaver Creek, reported being harassed by neighbor.

•Complainant on 80th Avenue reported a trespasser.

•Complainant along the Pipestone and Rock County line reported gunshots at location.

April 18

•Complainant on E. Luverne Street requested to speak with a deputy.

•Complainant on Redbird Road reported a public health concern.

•Report of Metro Communications requested assistance on S. Fairview Drive.

•Complainant on Highway 19, Hurley, requested a death notification.

April 19

•Deputy reported the lights on at the tennis court.

•Complainant on N. Freeman reported people in a two-story white house are being loud.

April 20

•Deputy assisted the MSP on S. Kniss Avenue.

•Complainant on S. Kniss Avenue reported an accident.

•Tea Police Department requested assistance.

•Complainant on N. Kniss Avenue reported a driving complaint.

April 21

•Complainant on 121st Street reported a grass fire.

•Complainant reported what looked like some bales smoldering near a bridge in Luverne.

•Complainant on N. Davidson Street reported a deceased person.

April 22

•Complainant in section 7 of Beaver Creek Township reported a controlled burn.

•Complainant in Luverne reported a concern over a fire.

•Complainant on W. Gabrielson Road reported an erratic driver.

•Complainant requested sheriff for return of remains.

•Complainant on N. Spring Street reported people coming and going and yelling.

April 23

•Complainant requested assistance.

•Pipestone County reported probation violation in Luverne.

•Deputy assisted MSP eastbound on Interstate 90, mile marker 5, Beaver Creek.

In addition, officers responded to 1 vehicle accident, 1 deer accident, 6 escorts, 19 ambulance runs, 10 animal complaints, 3 fingerprint requests, 48 burn permits, 1 vehicle impound, 2 purchase and carry permits, 2 stalled vehicles, 4 traffic stops, 9 abandoned 911 calls, 2 welfare checks, 1 report of cattle being out and 1 follow-up.

 

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