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Wolf Point Police Blotter

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

October 4

John Reddog, 66, male, 500 block of Front Street, disorderly conduct, public intoxication and open container, tribal court.

October 5

Clint Jackson, 46, male, Triangle Park, public intoxication, tribal court.

Twelve-year-old male, 400 block of Blaine Street, minor in possession and theft, tribal court.

Sixteen-year-old male, 400 block of Blaine Street, minor in possession and theft, tribal court.

October 6

Thirteen-year-old male, 400 block of Blaine Street, minor in possession and theft, tribal court.

October 7

Seventeen-year-old male, 1200 block of Fourth Avenue North, aggravated disorderly conduct and partner/family assault, tribal court.

Fourteen-year-old female, 500 block of Blaine Street, criminal possession of drug paraphernalia, tribal court.

Sixteen-year-old female, 400 block of Blaine Street, simple assault, possession of a stun gun, possession of a taser, protection of government officials, employees and LEOs, tribal court.

October 8

William Talks Different, 24, male, 700 block of Fifth Avenue South, criminal possession of drug paraphernalia and fleeing from or eluding an officer, tribal court.

Darnell Brown, 27, male, 5000 block of Road 1074, theft and motor vehicle theft, tribal court.

Jacob Azure, 27, male, 5000 block of Road 1074, theft and motor vehicle theft, tribal court.

October 10

Seventeen-year-old female, 6200 block of WS Drive, youth in need of supervision, disorderly conduct and minor in possession, tribal court.

Fourteen-year-old female, 300 block of Helena Street, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and criminal contempt, tribal court.

Jeffrey Kemp, 39, male, 400 block of Hill Street, disorderly conduct and criminal trespass to property, municipal court.

In addition to the citations above, the WPPD had the following activity: alarm/business, one; animal/injured, one; assault, three; assault with weapon, one; assistance required/law enforcement, one; assistance required/public, two; assistance required/ welfare check, two; attempted burglary/residential, one; body found/male adult, one; burglary/ business/forcible, two; burglary/residential/forcible, one; child neglect, two; civil complaint/other, one; criminal mischief, two; curfew (juveniles), one; custodial interference, one; disorderly conduct/ fight, two; disorderly conduct, one; disturbance/arguments, one; disturbance/music, one; disturbance/other, four; disturbance/ panhandling, one; disturbance/remove unwanted person, three; domestic abuse, three; domestic/family disturbance, one; harassment, two; kidnapping/custodial interference, one; loitering/panhandling, two; medical assistance, six; minor in possession/alcohol, one; missing person/ child, one; other, one; patrol/ city limits, six; probation violation, two; property/found, one; public intoxication/open container, two; simple assault, one; stolen vehicle, one; suicide ideation/juvenile female, one; suspicious activity, two; suspicious person, two; suspicious vehicle, one; theft, three; theft from motor vehicle, one; theft/ shoplifting, three; threats, one; traffic crime/careless driving, one; traffic incident, one; trespassing, two; vandalism/motor vehicle, two; violation of a protection order, one; warrants/ tribal, one; weapon offense, one; welfare check, six; total, 96.

Fire Blotter Oct. 4: Three trucks from the Wolf Point Volunteer Fire Department, 17-8, 17-1, 17-6, plus command responded to a grass fire on Road 2061 on the north side of the Wolf Point landfill at 8:06 p.m.

Oct. 5: WPVFD responded with Truck 17-8 at 6:08 a.m. to Poplar to assist the Poplar Volunteer Fire Department with a fire at the city shop.

Oct. 8: Truck 17-9 responded to a suspicious car fire in the alley near Knorr Street at 7:08 a.m.

Oct. 10: A grass fire was reported on Swimming Pool Road at 12:23 a.m. Truck 17-8 responded, but was turned around by dispatch after law enforcement used an extinguisher to put the fire out.

Trucks 17-1 and 17-8 and command responded to a grass fire at 8:19 p.m. that burned .65 acres on Road 2061 on the north side of the Wolf Point landfill.

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