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On the Record April 9-16,2021

Dispatch report
April 9
•Complainant on U.S. Highway 75, Luverne, reported a reckless driver.
•Complainant on S. Fourth Street, Beaver Creek, reported items taken from vehicle.
•Complainant on S. Fourth Street, Beaver Creek, requested to speak to a deputy about a property issue.
•Complainant reported camera issues.
April 10
•Complainant on E. Barck Avenue reported suspicious activity.
•Complainant on E. Maple Street reported an open door.
•Complainant east-bound on Interstate 90, mile marker 13, Luverne, reported debris in roadway.
•Suspicious activity was reported at location on 91st Street, Magnolia.
•Underaged drinking and drug use was reported at location on 241st Street, Jasper.
April 11
•Disorderly subject was reported at location on S. West Park Street.
•Complainant on Memorial Circle requested a deputy for assistance with a displaced person.
•Complainant on E. Luverne Street reported loud music.
•Complainant on N. Kniss Avenue reported a patient attempting to leave is aggressive with staff.
April 12
•Complainant on Interstate 90, mile marker 18, Magnolia, reported a driving complaint.
•Complainant on Main Street and Rock River Road reported he lost a part of a hay load near location.
•Complainant on County Road 4 and 170th Avenue, Luverne, reported an obstruction on the roadway.
•Complainant on W. Hatting Street reported a non-resident dumping garbage at location.
•Complainant reported lost keys.
•Complainant on 180th Avenue, Ellsworth, requested deputy assistance.
•Complainant on Interstate 90, mile marker 18, reported debris in roadway.
•Complainant on W. Luverne Street, Magnolia, reported a student assaulted an employee.
•Complainant reported road closed from Cedar to McKenzie.
April 13
•Complainant on County Road 4 and County Road 11, Luverne, reported vehicles for hazardous driving.
•Complainant on State Highway 23, Garretson, South Dakota, reported a truancy family issue.
•Complainant on 2nd Street, Garretson, South Dakota, requested to speak with a deputy.
•Complainant on First Avenue, Beaver Creek, reported threats from subject.
•Complainant on E. Main Street, reported a found cell phone.
•Complainant reported a camera system outage.
•Complainant on 121st Street reported someone knocked on his door and left.
April 14
•Complainant on 111th Street reported an abandoned vehicle.
•Complainant on E. Veterans Drive reported a tenant harassing landscaping crew.
•Complainant on County Road 11 and 51st Street reported a fire in the ditch at location.
•Complainant on County Highway 4, Luverne, spoke with a deputy.
•Complainant on 134th Avenue reported a black dog carrier was in the ditch.
•Brookings police department requested information.
•Complainant on Britz Drive reported threats at location.
April 15
•Complainant reported threats at location and at hospital.
•Complainant on Blue Mound Avenue and Barck Avenue reported an accident with no injuries.
•Complainant on S. Kniss Avenue reported suspicious activity.
•Complainant on 51st Street, Hills, reported someone stole his pickup.
•Complainant on S. Main Avenue, Hills, reported threats.
•Complainant on 141st Street, Magnolia, reported threats by someone with a gun.
April 16
•Complainant on Village Drive reported loud music from an apartment building.
•Complainant on 31st Street, Hills, reported a vehicle but nobody around.
In addition, officers responded to 1 motor vehicle accident, 2 vehicles in ditch, 6 escorts, 17 ambulance runs, 2 paper services, 11 animal complaints, 1 fingerprint request, 22 burn permits, 1 background check, 1 gas drive-off, 1 alarm, 3 drug court tests, 14 purchase and carry permits, 5 traffic stops, 5 abandoned 911 calls, 1 test,  2 welfare checks, 1 report of cattle out and 1 follow-up.

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