Wolf Point Police Blotter
( Publisher’s Note: The following blotter includes the activities of the Wolf Point police and fire departments Nov. 8-14. All those cited or arrested are presumed innocent.)
Citations were issued to:
Hunter Beauchamp, 28, male 400 block of Blaine Street, criminal possession of drug paraphernalia and criminal mischief, tribal court.
Meagan Clark, 25, female, 100 block of Third Avenue South, warrant, tribal court.
Ronette Lindsay, 31, female, 100 block of Third Avenue South, fleeing from or eluding law enforcement, resisting arrest and obstructing a peace officer or other public official, tribal court.
Loren Weinberger Jr., 23, male, 300 block of Fourth Avenue South, disorderly conduct, carrying a concealed weapon and obstructing a peace officer or other public official, tribal court.
Brian Weston Sr., 44, male, 300 block of Fourth Avenue South, assault, tribal court.
Darrin Badhawk Jr., 33, male, 300 block of Fourth Avenue South, assault, tribal court.
Sixteen-year-old male, 600 block of U.S. Highway 2 West, burglary, hours of curfew, criminal mischief two counts and theft, tribal court. He was also charged in tribal court the same day on the 700 block of Fourth Avenue North, hours of curfew and criminal mischief, tribal court.
Ethan Murphy, 23, male, 600 U.S. Highway 2 West, burglary, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, curfew violation, criminal mischief - two counts and theft, tribal court. He was charged in tribal court the same day with criminal mischief, fleeing or eluding an officer, curfew violation and criminal possession of drug paraphernalia.
Elvis Follet Jr., 42, male, 400 block of Cascade Street, resisting arrest and protection of govt officials, employees and law enforcement officers, tribal court.
Ethan Murphy, 23, male, 500 block of Edgar Street, criminal mischief and warrant, tribal court.
The same sixteen-year-old male from Nov. 11, 600 block of U.S. Highway 2 West, criminal mischief, fleeing or eluding law enforcement, curfew violation and criminal possession of drug paraphernalia, tribal court.
Edward P. Hodges, 52, male, 200 block of U.S. Highway 2 East, theft that occurred Oct. 16, city court.
In addition to the citations above, the WPPD had the following activity: abandoned auto, one; aggravated assault, one; alarm/burglary, one; animal/barking dog, one; animal/dog bite, one; animal/ stray, two; assault, three; assault with weapon, one; assistance required/funeral, three; assistance required/ public, seven; attempted burglary/ business, one; attempted burglary/residential, two; attended death, one; burglary/ residential/forcible, one; civil complaint/civil standby, one; criminal mischief, one; custodial interference, one; disorderly conduct/fight, six; disorderly conduct/other, nine; disorderly conduct/ vagrant, one; disturbance/arguments, three; disturbance/ other, three; disturbance/panhandling, two; disturbance/ remove unwanted person, seven; domestic abuse, two; drugs/deliver, one; fire/other, two; loitering/panhandling, two; medical assistance, five; missing person/ adult, one; other, two; patrol/ city limits, four; property/found, one; public intoxication/open container, one; public safety/other, one; served civil papers, one; stolen vehicle, four; suspicious activity, one; suspicious person, one; theft, three; theft from motor vehicle, one; theft/shoplifting, two; traffic incident, two; traffic roads trees/debris, one; trespassing, seven; vandalism, two; vandalism/ motor vehicle, two; weapon offense, one; welfare check, three; total, 113. Fire Blotter Nov. 5: The Wolf Point Volunteer Fire Department responded to two grass fires near Blue Sky Ministries on West Fairweather Street at 6:58 p.m. with Trucks 17-8, 17-1 and command.
Nov. 8: Firefighters secured the scene of a gas leak on the 100 block of East Edgar Street at 6:15 p.m. until Montana- Dakota Utilities personnel responded. A resident digging had hit a gas line.
Nov. 9: Truck 17-8 responded to a brush fire on the 500 block of Idaho Street at 7:53 a.m.
A lean-to attached to an occupied camper on fire was reported at 7:38 p.m. on Second Avenue South and Granville Street. Firefighters responded in Trucks 17-8, 179, 17-1, 17-6 and command. It was determined that a faulty generator was the likely cause of the fire.