Wolf Point Police & Fire Blotter
lotter ( Publisher’s Note: The following blotter includes the activities of the Wolf Point police and fire departments Dec. 30 through Jan. 5. All those cited or arrested are presumed innocent.) Citations were issued to:
Ronnie Smith Jr., 22, male, Third Avenue South and Front Street, fleeing/eluding an officer, resisting arrest, theft (felony), criminal possession of dangerous drugs - paraphernalia, criminal endangerment, no driver’s license, aggravated driving under the influence, DUI refusal and duties in the event of an accident, tribal court.
Ronnie Smith Jr., 22, male, Third Avenue South and Front Street, warrant, tribal court.
Agnes SpottedWolf, 63, female, 100 block of Third Avenue South, disorderly conduct, tribal court.
Darrell Hall Sr., 48, male, 100 block of Third Avenue South, disorderly conduct, tribal court.
Josie White, 25, female, 100 block of Third Avenue South, disorderly conduct, hindering law enforcement and resisting arrest, tribal court.
Ethan Murphy, 21, male, 200 block of Fairweather Street, aggravated assault, tribal court.
Randall Birthmark Jr., 24, male, 100 block of East Garfield Street, disorderly conduct, tribal court.
Robert Lowdog Sr., 42, male, 200 block of Main Street, public intoxication and disorderly conduct, tribal court.
Joshua Redstone, 29, male, 400 block of U.S. Highway 2, theft and criminal possession of drug paraphernalia, tribal court.
Sixteen-year-old female, 300 block of Custer Street, disorderly conduct, minor in possession and hindering law enforcement, tribal court.
Jacob Arapahoe, 35, male, 400 block of Granville Street, disorderly conduct, tribal court.
Elizabeth Lamey, 44, female, Third Avenue South and Edgar Street, criminal possession of dangerous drugs, criminal possession of drug paraphernalia and motor vehicle theft, municipal court.
Rebecca Fowler, 44, female, Third Avenue South and Edgar Street, criminal possession of dangerous drugs - paraphernalia, theft (over $500), criminal possession of dangerous drugs - meth and criminal possession of dangerous drugs - prescription medications, tribal court.
In addition to the citations above, the WPPD had the following activity: abandoned 911 call, three; alarm/ fire, one; alarm/medical, one; alarm/school, one; animal/ dog bite, one; animal/injured, one; animal/stray, one; assault, two; assault/simple, one; assistance required/funeral, one; assistance required/law enforcement, one; assistance required/public, six; child neglect, one; civil complaint/civil standby, one; civil complaint, one; disorderly conduct/fight, four; disorderly conduct, five; disorderly conduct/vagrant, nine; disturbance/arguments, one; disturbance/fireworks, one; disturbance, two; disturbance/ panhandling, three; disturbance/ remove unwanted person, eight; domestic abuse, two; domestic/elder abuse, one; drugs/possess paraphernalia, one; driving under the influence/alcohol, two; fire, one; harassment, one; loitering/ panhandling, one; medical assistance, 12; missing person, one; missing person/runaway, two; patrol/ city limits, two; public intoxication, two; public intoxication/open container, one; runaway/female, one; stolen property/buy, one; stolen vehicle, one; suspicious activity, one; suspicious circumstances, one; suspicious person, one; suspicious vehicle, four; theft, seven; theft of motor vehicle, one; theft/shoplifting, one; threats, four; traffic crime/eluding, one; traffic crime/hit and run, one; traffic crime/reckless driver, one; trespassing, two; unsecured premises/law enforcement reported, one; vandalism, four; welfare check, 10; total, 128.