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On the Record March 11-18, 2022

Dispatch report
March 11
•Metro reported a 911 text from Jasper.
•Complainant in Luverne reported a missing person.
•Complainant on E. Dodge Street requested information on local electricians.
•Complainant on E. Main Street, Hardwick, reported stolen mail.
March 12
•Deputy assisted SFPD on W. Main Street.
•Complainant on E. Main Street reported vandalism.
•Report of a vulnerable adult on 180th Avenue, Magnolia.
•Complainant on E. Luverne Street reported theft.
•Complainant on W. Main Street reported suspicious activity.
•Deputies assisted with pursuit westbound of Interstate 90, Magnolia.
March 13
•Complainant on 20th Avenue, Valley Springs, South Dakota, reported an intoxicated driver.
•Report of a vulnerable adult on 180th Avenue, Magnolia.
March 14
•Complainant on W. 4th Street, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, requested information from RCSO.
•Complainant eastbound on Interstate 90, mile marker 408, Valley Springs, South Dakota, reported an abandoned vehicle.
•Complainant reported a vulnerable adult.
•Complainant on N. Kniss Avenue reported children playing on the ice.
•Complainant on N. Kniss Avenue reported a child walking against traffic in bike lane.
•Complainant on 180th Avenue, Magnolia, reported trespassing.
•Complainant on W. Barck Avenue reported subjects breaking things at location.
•Complainant on Warren Street requested information on services in Rock County.
March 15
•Complainant on E. Lincoln Street reported theft.
•Complainant on W. Main Street, Hardwick, reported suspicious activity at location.
March 16
•Complainant reported an abandoned vehicle on W. Virginia Street.
•Complainant on W. Lawn Park reported neighbor kids are picking on her kids.
•Complainant on N. Estey Street reported loud music.
March 17
•Complainant on 200th Avenue, Edgerton, reported a barn fire.
•Complainant reported driver’s license in lost and found.
•Complainant on W. Main Street reported an intoxicated driver at location.
•Complainant on County Highway 4, Magnolia, reported a weapons issue.
•Complainant on S. Ross Street, Hardwick, reported theft.
March 18
•Complainant reported stolen checks were used at location.
•Complainant on County Road 4, east of Magnolia, reported a pickup losing debris.
•Complainant on S. Kniss Avenue reported a returned check.
In addition, officers responded to 2 motor vehicle accidents, 2 deer accidents, 3 escorts, 8 ambulance runs, 4 paper services, 3 animal complaints, 4 fingerprint requests, 20 burn permits, 4 vehicle impounds, 4 alarms, 11 drug court tests, 11 purchase and carry permits, 22 traffic stops, 17 abandoned 911 calls, 1 welfare check, 2 reports of cattle out and 5 follow-ups.

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