Monday, October 17, 2016

Police blotter.


Sunday, 3:32 A.M.:
Officer flagged down about a man sleeping in a tree.

Monday: Caller reported a cow at English Lake boat landing. The cow had a tag on it, and caller said he thought he knew who the cow belonged to. Update: Clam Lake Junction called and reported that the cow was about six miles east of Clam Lake, northbound, and "going at a good clip." Officer searched the area and no cow was seen. Update: another driver who came from Clam Lake reported that he hadn't seen the speedy cow. No cow located. Case unfounded.

Tuesday, 1:11 P.M.: Two intoxicated subjects went into the grocery store to buy a box of wine. Neither had a working credit card, so they tried to get the clerk to pay for the wine, but that was not going to happen. Subjects walked out with the box of wine and promised to come back with a check.

Wednesday: Caller reports that his neighbor's cows trashed his garden.

Thursday: Report of a man sitting on a bench making rude comments to everyone that walks past him.

Friday, 8:10 A.M.:  Animal control attempted to get ahold of a loose dog on East 3rd Street. Update: unsuccessful in dog capture; dog was a black lab with keen powers of animal control avoidance.

Saturday, 9:44 A.M.:  Graffiti to outhouse.

Sunday: Caller reported two chainsaws in his living room and had no idea where they came from.



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