Police report calls to Motley and Wadena
Recent reports in to the Straples Police Dept. include;
June 13; Staples Police were advised of a party sleeping at night at Northern Pacific Park.
June 13; Staples Police received a report of a purse stolen out of a vehicle on the 800 block of 4th St. NE.
June 14; Staples Police responded to a damage to property complaint at Midwest Family Eye Center. The glass on the front door had been broken during the night. After receiving information from a witness and evidence at the scene it appeared a deer had run into the door, causing the damage.
June 14; Staples Police received a report of an attempted burglary at Simplicity Salon and Spa. Marks on the door suggested a small tool was used to attempt to pry the door open. No access was made to the building.
June 14; Staples Police received a report of garbage being dumped at the address of 823 U.S. Hwy 10 E. Sometime overnight kids toys were dumped in the yard.
June 14; Staples Police received a report of a purse being stolen after it was forgotten in a cart at Ernies Food Market. After investigation, John Faulk, 51, was cited for theft.
June 14; Staples Police spoke with a resident on the 900 block of 2nd Ave. NE regarding an ordinance violation involving multiple furniture items in their front yard. The resident stated it would be removed first thing in the morning.
On June 15, Staples Police responded to the 800 block of Highway 10 for a report of someone going to the bathroom and leaving their feces in the complainants yard during the day time.
June 16; Staples Police conducted a traffic stop on Hwy 10 for no front license plate. Police learned the driver didn’t have a license and later learned the juvenile passenger was a runaway from Rochester. Police made contact with the juvenile’s father and determined that it was okay for her go with the group she was with. Police cited the driver for driving without a valid license.
June 17; Staples Police assisted the Morrison County Sheriff’s Dept. with an out of control subject in Motley. The individual was transported to Lakewood Health System in Staples.
June 17; Staples Police were called to the Lakewood Hospital for an unwanted subject. Police helped the subject leave.
June 17; Staples Police stopped a wrong way driver on Hwy 10. After investigation it was found that the driver was tired and no impairment was found.
June 19; Staples Police were requested to respond to the city of Wadena to assist the Wadena Police Dept, with a domestic dispute at a business along Hwy 10. Police assisted on scene as two suspects were arrested for disorderly conduct by the Wadena Police Dept. Also assisting at the scene were the Menahga Police Dept, Wadena County Sheriff’s Dept and the Minnesota State Patrol.
June 19; Staples Police assisted the Minnesota State Patrol with a report of a juvenile walking on Hwy 10, west of Staples. Police located the juvenile, and transported them to Staples and then to the city of Aldrich.
June 19; Staples Police received a report of a concern for welfare on an elderly individual who had walked to the Staples Hi-Rise, and was confused. Police made contact with the subject’s family and they picked up the individual.
June 19; Staples Police assisted the Todd County Sheriff’s Dept with a burglary in progress south of Staples where a male, Joseph Brengman, 24, and a female Michelle Boeckman, 24, were arrested.