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On the Record Oct. 9-15, 2020

Dispatch report
Oct. 9
•Complainant westbound on Interstate 90, mile marker 1, Beaver Creek, reported a state worker throwing debris over the fence.
•Complainant requested tint check on vehicle.
•Complainant west-bound on Interstate 90, mile marker 18, Magnolia, reported debris in the roadway.
•Complainant on N. McKenzie Street reported vandalism.
•Complainant on 21st Street, Hills, reported a barn fire.
•Complainant on 81st Street, Beaver Creek, reported a burn barrel near a field burning.
•Complainant on 2nd Street, Kanaranzi, reported illegal burning.
•Complainant on 141st Street and 170th Avenue reported illegal burning.
•Driving complaint was reported at location eastbound on Interstate 90, mile marker 1, Valley Springs.
•Deputy assisted state patrol at location westbound on Interstate 90, mile marker 9, Beaver Creek.
•Fire was reported at location on 21st Street, Hills.
Oct. 10
•Sudden death was reported on N. Kniss Avenue.
•Complainant on S. East Park Street reported a theft.
•Complainant on N. Cottage Grove reported signs stolen.
•Complainant reported destruction of property.
•Complainant south of Kenneth reported a disturbance.
•Report of deputy out with vehicle at location west of Luverne.
•Complainant on S. Kniss Avenue reported active theft occurring at location.
Oct. 11
•Complainant on W. Mead Court reported two people sleeping in a car at location.
•Complainant on W. Mead Court reported four people trying to get in his phone.
•Complainant on 21st Street, Hills, requested the fire department.
•Complainant on Interstate 90 and 200th Avenue, Magnolia, reported a gas smell in the area.
•Complainant on 3rd Street, Kanaranzi, reported a possible fire.
•Severe thunderstorm watch was in effect.
•Complainant on 161st Street and 170th Avenue reported an erratic driver.
Oct. 12
•Complainant on 180th Avenue, Edgerton, reported harassing communication.
•Complainant at Main Street and S. West Park Street reported a hit and run killed a dog.
•Complainant on 61st Street requested the fire department.
Oct. 13
•Complainant on E. Warren Street reported possible suspicious activity.
•Complainant on Eugene Street, Kanaranzi, reported found property.
•Complainant on Oak Drive requested deputy for death at location.
•Complainant on W. Mead Court reported scam phone calls.
•Complainant on W. Maple Street reported suspicious object found.
•Assistance from the state on Interstate 90 at the Nobles County line, Magnolia.
•Property damage was reported at location at Redbird Field.
Oct. 14
•Complainant on W. Warren Street reported a bike was stolen.
•Complainant on County Road 35 and Chaney Avenue, Adrian, requested mutual aid.
•Complainant on 74th Avenue, Beaver Creek, reported an accident.
•Complainant on E. Main Street reported suspicious activity.
•Complainant on 231st Street, Edgerton, reported a fire.
•Complainant on County Road 13 and County Road 17, Hills, reported a road closed sign missing and debris in roadway.
•Complainant on 61st Street and 100th Avenue reported skid loader on fire.
•Complainant at 500 block on Rock River Drive reported vandalism.
•Complainant on E. State Street, Magnolia, reported someone trying to break in.
•Harassing communications were reported at location on S. West Park Street.
Oct. 15
•Complainant on 171st Street reported theft.
•Complainant on E. Warren Street reported finding a check.
•Complainant on Main Street and Central Avenue, Kenneth, reported trucks running stop sign.
•Complainant on Church Avenue, Steen, requested a deputy for property exchange.
•Complainant reported a lost wallet.
•Complainant on N. Spring Street reported suspicious activity.
•Complainant on 200th Avenue, Edgerton, reported a bus accident.
•Reported miscellaneous public assist with property at location on 150th Avenue, Edgerton.
In addition, officers responded to 3 vehicle accidents, 2 deer accidents, 1 transport, 8 escorts, 16 ambulance runs, 2 paper services, 6 animal complaints, 3 fingerprint requests, 1 background check, 3 alarms, 3 purchase and carry permits, 1 stalled vehicle, 3 traffic stops, 7 abandoned 911 calls, 2 welfare checks, 2 reports of cattle out, 1 OFP.

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