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Wolf Point Police And Fire Blotter

( Publisher’s Note: The following blotter includes the activities of the Wolf Point police and fire department May 4-10. All those cited or arrested are presumed innocent.) Citations were issued to:

May 5

Jared Smith, 35, male, 200 block of Custer Street, aggravated disorderly conduct, tribal court Lisa Eagle, 29, female, 200 block of Eureka Street, warrant, tribal court.

Sixteen-year-old male, U.S. Highway 2 and Sixth Avenue North, curfew violation, minor in possession, hindering law enforcement and fleeing from or eluding law enforcement, tribal court. Sandra Laverdure, 33, female, 500 block of Blaine Street, warrant, tribal court.

May 7

Matthew Williams, 24, male, 300 block of Eureka Street, partner/family member assault, tribal court.

Shannon Bigleggins, 29, male, 300 block of Front Street, theft and criminal trespass, tribal court.

May 9

Seventeen-year-old male, 400 block of Helena Street, curfew violation, minor in possession, carrying a concealed weapon, fleeing from or eluding law enforcement, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and public intoxication, tribal court.

Kelly Lambert, 42, female, 100 block of Third Avenue South, disorderly conduct, tribal court.

Clarice Eagleman, 45, female, 100 block of Third Avenue South, disorderly conduct, tribal court.

Kyle Paulson, 32, male, 300 block of Dawson Street, resisting arrest, obstructing a peace officer and obscene conduct, municipal court.

Benoit Azure, 32, male, 300 block of Dawson Street, obscene conduct, tribal court.

May 10

Don Sharp, 62, male, Third Avenue South and Front Street, operating without liability insurance, municipal court.

Maynard Bigleggins, 22, male, Third Avenue South and Front Street, obstructing a peace officer and wararnt, tribal court.

Jason Lowdog, 38, male, 400 block of Blaine Street, public intoxication, public urination and disorderly conduct, tribal court.

In addition to the citations above, the WPPD had the following activity: accident/ public, one; alarm/burglary, one; alarm/business, one; alarm/other, one; animal/ barking dog, one; animal/ dog bite, one; assault, three; assistance required/public, 10; burglary/residential/forcible, one; criminal mischief, one; disorderly conduct/fight, six; disorderly conduct/other, two; disorderly conduct/ vagrant, five; disturbance/arguments, two; disturbance/ fireworks, one; disturbance/ other, one; disturbance/remove unwanted person, seven; disturbance/vehicle, one; domestic abuse, four; domestic/ family disturbance, one; driving under the influence/ alcohol, one; harassment, one; harassment/vocal - nuisance, one; indecent exposure, one; indecent exposure/adult female victim, one; indecent exposure/adult male victim, one; loitering/panhandling, two; medical assistance, four; minor in possession/alcohol, one; other, two; patrol/ city limits, three; public intoxication, one; public intoxication/ open container, one; suspicious circumstances, one; suspicious person, two; suspicious vehicle, one; theft, two; theft from motor vehicle, one; theft of motor vehicle, one; traffic crime/careless driving, one; traffic crime/hit and run, one; traffic crime/ reckless driver, two; traffic incident, seven; trespassing, two; unsecured premises/citizen reported, one; unsecured premises/law enforcement reported, three; vandalism, one; warrant for arrest, three; warrants/state, one; weapon offense, one; welfare check, six; total, 108. Fire Blotter April 28: The Wolf Point Volunteer Fire Department responded to a call for mutual aid in McCone County at a grass fire on Montana Highway 528, 20 miles west of Montana Highway 13, that was likely the result of lightning the night before. Two trucks responded.

May 1: Engine 8 and command responded to a false alarm structure fire on the 100 block of Helena Street at 8:34 p.m.

May 11: WPVFD assisted law enforcement with the search for a suicidal juvenile at 2:02 a.m. Command and two trucks responded.

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