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On the Record Nov. 11-16, 2022

Dispatch report
Nov. 11
•Complainant reported tailgating a vehicle.
•Complainant reported child maltreatment.
•Complainant reported a driving complaint.
•Assistance from another department was requested.
•Complainant reported theft.
•A civil issue was reported.
•Complainant requested roadside assist.
•Complainant reported an oil spill.
•Complainant reported a fire.
Nov. 12
•Complainant reported a fire.
•Complainant in Edgerton reported a gas smell.
•Complainant requested information.
•Complainant reported a runaway.
•Complainant reported a vehicle tailgating and swerving.
•Complainant reported drug paraphernalia.
•Assistance from another department was requested.
•Complainant in Kenneth reported no staff at location.
Nov. 13
•Complainant reported possible carbon monoxide.
•Assistance from another department was requested.
•Complainant reported an assault.
•Complainant requested roadside assist.
Nov. 14
•Roadside assistance was provided.
•Complainant reported child maltreatment.
•Assistance from another department was provided.
•Complainant reported vandalism.
Nov. 15
•Complainant reported speeding.
•Complainant reported a semitruck swerving and speeding.
•Complainant requested a deputy at location.
•Complainant reported theft from vehicle.
•Complainant reported a domestic dispute.
•Complainant reported a fire.
•Complainant filed a narcotics complaint.
Nov. 16
•A warrant was issued.
•Complainant in Hills reported a sudden death.
•Complainant in Luverne filed a disturbing the peace complaint.
•Complainant reported suspicious activity.
•Complainant in Beaver Creek filed a complaint about train being parked near house and exposing fumes.
In addition, officers responded to 4 motor vehicle accidents, 6 deer accidents, 1 transport, 13 ambulance runs, 4 paper services, 1 animal complaint, 1 fingerprint request, 3 burn permits, 1 background check, 2 gas drive-offs, 1 alarm, 2 drug court tests, 8 purchase and carry permits, 1 stalled vehicle, 36 traffic stops, 5 abandoned 911 calls, 3 tests, 5 welfare checks, 1 report of cattle out and 1 follow-up.

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