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On the Record Aug. 12-19, 2022

Dispatch report
Aug. 12
•Complainant on 111th Street and Rock River Drive reported a person sleeping on the bike path.
•Complainant in Primghar reported a stolen vehicle.
•Complainant on S. Kniss Avenue reported road blockage due to train car switching.
•Theft was reported at location on W. Main Street.
•Complainant on E. Main Street reported car vs. pedestrian accident.
•Complainant in Rock County reported an ARMER radio outage.
•Complainant on N. Freeman Avenue reported found ammunition.
•Complainant on Main Street, Sturgis, South Dakota, reported a found wallet.
•Complainant on S. Freeman Avenue reported an event selling alcohol.
•Complainant on Main Street and Kniss Avenue reported reckless driving.
Complainant in Manley reported an intoxicated driver.
Aug. 13
•Complainant on E. Luverne Street reported tires thrown in back of his pickup.
•Complainant on 101st Street, Beaver Creek, reported trespassing.
•Complainant on W. Hatting Street reported domestic assault.
•Complainant on Oak Drive reported a resident upsetting tenants.
•Complainant reported a runaway at location on E. Lincoln Street.
•Complainant on W. Lincoln Street reported a stolen dirt bike.
•Complainant on N. Kniss Avenue reported a man behaving suspiciously on side of road.
•Complainant on County Highway 4, Luverne, reported a runaway juvenile.
•Complainant on Edgehill Street reported a runaway juvenile.
Aug. 14
•Complainant on N. Donaldson Street reported a vehicle speeding.
•Complainant on S. Kniss Avenue reported a large fuel spill.
•Complainant on Highway 75, mile marker 6, Luverne, reported a pedestrian walking alongside road.
Aug. 15
•Complainant on S. Kniss Avenue reported a crosswalk light outage.
•Complainant on W. Veterans Drive reported a client runaway.
•Complainant on W. Main Street, Magnolia, reported a gunshot wound.
•Complainant on 200th Avenue, Luverne, reported a vehicle parked in cornfield.
Aug. 16
•Complainant reported a possible identity theft.
•Complainant on 150th Avenue, Luverne reported vandalism/attempted break-in.
•Complainant on E. Main Street reported a biking accident.
•Complainant requested to speak to a deputy.
•Deputy on County Road 4, Luverne, assisted a motorist.
Aug. 17
•Complainant west-bound on Interstate 90 on Magnolia exit, reported a possible camper fire.
•Complainant west-bound on Interstate 90 on Magnolia exit, requested deputy assistance with vehicle search.
•Complainant on W. Gabrielson reported a large amount of trash dumped on property.
•Complainant on S. Kniss Avenue reported an abandoned vehicle at location for a month.
•Complainant on E. Main Street reported illegal trash dump.
•Complainant on Oakley and Barck reported a squad car damaged in a hit and run at location.
•Complainant on N. Estey Street and W. Dodge Street reported a parking complaint.
•Complainant on 90th Avenue, Luverne, reported a controlled fire.
•Complainant on S. Walnut Avenue reported theft.
Aug. 18
•Complainant west-bound on Interstate 90 from Adrian, reported a vehicle swerving at location.
•Complainant on County Road 4, Magnolia, reported vehicle speeding at location.
•Report that fender had fallen off semitrailer, blocking traffic at location on County Road 6 and County Road 4, Beaver Creek.
•Complainant on County Road 4, Beaver Creek, reported possibly intoxicated driver at location.
•Complainant on N. Cedar reported vehicle doing burnouts at location.
Aug. 19
•Complainant on E. Bishop Street requested to speak with deputy.
•Complainant on S. Josephine Avenue, Hills, reported vehicle vandalized at location.
•Complainant on S. Donaldson Street reported a vehicle speeding at location.
•Complainant in Hardwick requested extra patrol for speeding vehicles at location.
In addition, officers responded to 4 motor vehicle accidents, 4 deer accidents, 3 transports, 3 escorts, 17 ambulance runs, 2 paper services, 7 animal complaints, 3 fingerprint requests, 9 burn permits, 1 vehicle impound, 1 background check, 2 driver’s license checks, 4 gas drive-offs, 7 drug court tests, 1 purchase and carry permit, 3 stalled vehicles, 11 traffic stops, 14 abandoned 911 calls, 3 tests, 5 welfare checks, 1 report of cattle out, 2 OFPs, 2 curfew checks and 6 follow-ups.

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