On the Record March 27-April 2, 2020

Dispatch report

March 27

•Complainant on N. Kniss Avenue reported suspicious activity.

•Complainant on W. Bishop Street and N. Kniss Avenue reported suspicious activity at location.

•Complainant reported an NSF check.

March 28

•Deputy assisted state patrol westbound on Interstate 90, mile marker 12, Luverne.

•Complainant on N. Kniss Avenue requested deputy for trespasser.

•Complainant in Hills reported an open door.

•Complainant on W. Dodge Street reported kids won’t come home.

•Deputy on State Highway 23 and County Road 20, Jasper, assisted MSP.

March 29

•Complainant on S. Donaldson Street reported runway at location.

•Complainant on Highway 75 and 41st Street, Steen, reported motor vehicle theft.

•Runaway was reported at location on W. Lincoln Street.

•A culvert was washed out at location on 91st Street and 180th Avenue, Magnolia.

•Report of burning at location on N. Estey Street.

•Complainant on E. Barck Avenue requested deputy at location for disturbance.

March 30

•Complainant on W. 1st Street, Hills, reported a suspicious activity.

•Complainant on E. Barck Avenue reported he needs to retrieve property.

•Complainant on W. Luverne Street reported someone ordered on her Walmart account.

•Complainant on County Road 3, Hardwick, reported lease and tenant issues.

•Complainant on County Road 7, eastbound past 180th, Hardwick, reported bad driving conduct.

•Complainant reported a quad tearing around at sale barn.

•Complainant on W. Veterans Drive reported a runaway child.

•Complainant on S. Freeman Avenue reported a disturbance in the area.

•Complainant on County Road 5 and 110th Avenue reported two pedestrians in ditch.

•Complainant in city of Steen reported a lift station bypass of sewage.

•Suspicious activity was reported from location on 214 E. Sanford Avenue, Steen.

•Accident was reported.

April 1

•Deputy reported littering on 150th Avenue and 131st Street.

•Suspicious activity was reported at location on Crawford and Freeman.

•Assistance from other department was requested westbound on Interstate 90, mile marker 20, Magnolia.

April 2

•Outage was reported at location on W. Luverne Street, Magnolia.

•Complainant on S. Kniss Avenue reported hitting a light pole.

•Complainant on Rowe Drive reported an assault.

•Complainant on Oakley Street reported a suspicious vehicle.

•Complainant on S. Highway 75 reported a rollover.

In addition, officers responded to 4 transports, 6 escorts, 16 ambulance runs, 2 paper services, 6 animal complaints, 21 burn permits, 2 vehicle impounds, 2 stalled vehicles, 1 background check, 4 purchase and carry permits, 4 alarms, 12 traffic stops, 5 abandoned 911 calls, 4 tests and 1 report of cattle out.

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