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Wolf Point Police & Fire Blotter

( Publisher’s Note: The following blotter includes the activities of the Wolf Point police and fire departments Oct. 28 through Nov. 3. All those cited or arrested are presumed innocent.) Citations were issued to:

October 30

Breon Dupree, 36, male, 300 block of U.S. Highway 2, criminal trespass to property, disorderly conduct and public intoxication, tribal court.

Courtney Reddies, 33, female, U.S. Highway 2 and Sixth Avenue South, stop sign violation and no driver’s license, tribal court. Dillon Wetsit, 21, male, Town Pump, public intoxication, disorderly conduct and theft, tribal court.

October 31

Luke Jackson Sr., 44, male, Fourth Avenue North and Blaine Street, public intoxication and open container, tribal court.

November 1

Seventeen-year-old male, 200 block of Main Street, hours of curfew, criminal trespass and disorderly conduct, tribal court.

Fifteen-year-old male, 200 block of Main Street, hours of curfew, disorderly conduct and criminal trespass, tribal court.

Sixteen-year-old male, 200 block of Main Street, hours of curfew, criminal trespass and disorderly conduct, tribal court.

Fourteen-year-old male, 200 block of Main Street, hours of curfew, criminal trespass and disorderly conduct, tribal court.

November 3

Bridger Dasinger, 32, male, 500 block of Eureka Street, driving under influence of alcohol, municipal court.

Loren Weinberger Sr., 41, male, 100 block of Hill Street, disorderly conduct, tribal court.

In addition to the citations above, the WPPD had the following activity: accident/hit and run, one; alarm/burglary, two; alarm/business, three; alarm/medical, one; animal/ found, one; assault, four; assistance required/funeral, one; assistance required/ public, five; attempted burglary/ business, one; attempted burglary/residential, one; civil complaint/civil standby, two; civil complaint, one; civil complaint/restraining order, one; criminal mischief, two; disorderly conduct/fight, two; disorderly conduct, six; disorderly conduct/vagrant, six; disturbance/arguments, two; disturbance/house party, one; disturbance/panhandling, five; disturbance/ remove unwanted person, nine; domestic abuse, two; driving under the influence/ alcohol, four; fire/other, one; fire/structure, four; forgery, one; loitering/panhandling, three; medical assistance, three; message delivery, one; minor in possession/alcohol, one; motor vehicle theft, two; other, four; patrol/city limits, seven; patrol/tribal housing, one; public intoxication, one; public intoxication/open container, one; simple assault, two; stolen property/buy, one; suicide ideation/juvenile female, one; suspicious activity, three; suspicious person, two; theft, four; theft from motor vehicle, one; theft of service, two; theft/shoplifting, one; threats, two; traffic citation, one; traffic citation/warning, five; traffic crime/other, one; traffic crime/reckless driver, four; traffic incident, four; traffic property/other motor vehicle, one; trespassing, two; vandalism, two; vandalism/ motor vehicle, one; vandalism/ residence, one; weapon offense, one; welfare check, two; total, 137.

Fire Blotter October 28 12:22 p.m., a fire reported at the fertilizer plant on the 200 block of Blaine Street. It was a small burn barrel on fire. One truck, command and three firefighters responded and quickly extinguished the fire.

2:48 p.m., a structure fire was reported on the 500 block of Custer Street. Engine 8, command and six firefighters responded. It was deemed suspicious.

3:30 p.m., a structure fire reported on the 300 block of Fifth Avenue South. Engine 8, command and six firefighters responded. It was deemed suspicious.

October 29

4:01 p.m., report received that the fire from Oct. 28 on the 300 block of Fifth Avenue South had rekindled. Engine 8, command and six firefighters responded.

October 30

2:36 p.m., three trucks and six firefighters responded to a grass fire caused by a motor vehicle accident at mile marker 587 west of Wolf Point.

November 1

9:56 p.m., two trucks and seven firefighters responded to assist with a search following a train versus pedestrian accident.

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