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Wolf Point Police & Fire Blotter

lotter ( Publisher’s Note: The following blotter includes the activities of the Wolf Point police and fire departments Nov. 18-24. All those cited or arrested are presumed innocent.) Citations were issued to:

November 18

Rick Morales Jr., 30, male, 200 block of Custer Street, assault, tribal court.

Rick Morales Jr., 30, male, 100 block of Idaho Street, no drivers license, driving in violation of an order of the court, duties in the event of an accident and no insurance, tribal court.

Clay Stafne, 21, male, 1200 block of Fourth Avenue North, public intoxication and disorderly conduct, tribal court.

November 19

Thomas Flynn Jr., 36, male, 100 block of Third Avenue South, public intoxication, disorderly conduct and criminal trespass, tribal court.

Stella Simon, 28, U.S. Highway 2 and First Avenue North, speeding, municipal court.

November 21

George Rider Flynn, 27, male, 400 block of Cascade Street, criminal mischief and criminal trespass, tribal court.

November 22

Isaiah Payne, 18, male, 200 block of Helena Street, disorderly conduct, tribal court.

Sixteen-year-old female, 300 block of Custer Street, aggravated disorderly conduct, tribal court.

November 23

Eva Hernandez, 35, female, Amtrak depot, assault and disorderly conduct, tribal court.

Quentin Lindsay, 35, male, 100 block of Third Avenue SOuth, assault and disorderly conduct, tribal court.

Breon Dupree, 36, male, 300 block of Front Street, public intoxication and disorderly conduct, tribal court.

Lester Menz Jr., 29, male, Fourth Avenue North and U.S. Highway 2, no drivers license, no insurance, starting, turning, stopping without regard to safety and driving in violation of an order of the court, tribal court.

Eleven-year-old male, Sixth Avenue South and Front Street, hours of curfew, tribal court.

November 24

Jalen Robinson, 20, male, 200 block of Sixth Avenue South, unlawful transactions with children, tribal court.

Sixteen-year-old male, 200 block of Sixth Avenue South, hours of curfew, tribal court.

Benjamin Wetsit, 27, male, 300 block of Main Street, public intoxication and public urination, tribal court.

Robert Lowdog Sr., 42, male, Town Pump, public intoxication, disorderly conduct and criminal trespass, tribal court.

In addition to the citations above, the WPPD had the following activity: unspecified, one; abandoned 911 call, one; abandoned auto, two; accident/ public, one; aggravated assault, one; alarm/burglary, one; animal/barking dog, one; animal/other, one; animal/ stray, two; assault, eight; assistance required/public, 14; attempted burglary/business, one; body found/male adult, one; burglary/residential/ forcible, one; child abuse, one; civil complaint/civil standby, one; civil complaint, two; curfew (juveniles), two; disorderly conduct/fight, two; disorderly conduct, two; disorderly conduct/vagrant, four; disturbance/other, one; disturbance/remove unwanted person, 16; domestic abuse, two; domestic/elder abuse, one; fire/structure, one; harassment, two; indecent exposure, one; loitering/ panhandling, three; medical assistance, six; misdial 911, one; motor vehicle theft, one; motor vehicle theft/attempt, one; other, five; patrol/ city limits, five; patrol/tribal housing, one; public intoxication/ open container, one; suicide attempt/adult female, one; suicide ideation/adult female, two; suicide ideation/ adult male, three; suicide ideation/ juvenile female, one; suspicious circumstances, one; suspicious person, one; suspicious vehicle, one; theft, five; theft from motor vehicle, one; theft/shoplifting, one; threats, two; traffic crime/hit and run, one; traffic crime/ reckless driver, one; traffic incident, 10; traffic roads/other, one; traffic roads/traffic control, one; trespass, two; unsecured premises/law enforcement- reported, one; vandalism, one; warrants/federal, one; weapon offense, one; welfare check, six; total, 143.

Fire Blotter November 23 WPVFD responded to a suspicious structure fire at 4:57 p.m. on West Fairweather St. Two trucks and command responded with eight firefighters.

A suspicious structure fire was reported at the former Blue Feather store on U.S. Highway 2 on the west end of Wolf Point around 8 p.m. Command responded with three trucks and 11 firefighters.

November 24

WPVFD was called to a rekindled fire at the Blue Feather on U.S. Highway 2 at 1:13 a.m. Command and one truck responded with three firefighters.

The Wolf Point Volunteer Fire Department was called to a trailer fire at 414 Main St. in Wolf Point at 3:44 a.m. Command responded with two trucks and eight firefighters. The cause was deemed suspicious.

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