Wolf Point Police Blotter
( Publisher’s Note: The following blotter includes the activities of the Wolf Point police and fire departments Jan. 23-29. All those cited or arrested are presumed innocent.)
Fourteen-year-old male, 200 block of Sixth Avenue South, minor in possession, municipal court.
Michael Magnan, 59, male, 100 block of Third Avenue South, theft and forgery, tribal court.
Same 14-year-old male from Jan. 26 minor in possession charge, 300 block of Knapp Street, aggravated disorderly conduct, tribal court.
In addition to the citations above, the WPPD had the following activity: unknown,, one; abandoned 911 call, two; accident/traffic, one; alarm/ burglary, one; alarm/business, two; alarm/residence, one; animal/dog bite, one; animal/injured, three; animal, two; animal/stray, one; assault, one; assault with weapon, one; assistance required/ funeral, one; assistance required/public, seven; assistance required/security check, one; burglary/residential/ forcible, three; child neglect, one; disorderly conduct, one; disturbance/arguments, one; disturbance, one; disturbance/panhandling, one; disturbance/remove unwanted person, five; domestic abuse, two; duplicate call, two; fraud/checks, one; loitering/panhandling, two; lost property, one; medical assistance, two; minor in possession/alcohol, three; other, two; patrol/city limits, one; public intoxication, one; recover stolen property, one; robbery, one; sex offense, one; simple assault, two; standby/civil, one; suicide threat/juvenile female, one; suspicious activity/premises, one; theft, one; traffic crime/ reckless driver, one; traffic incident, one; traffic property/ train, one; traffic roads/road surface, one; trespassing, one; vandalism, one; vandalism/ motor vehicle, one; weapon offense, four; welfare check, three; total, 79. Fire Blotter Jan. 12: The Wolf Point Volunteer Fire Department responded to a mutual aid call in Poplar at 10:54 p.m. for a structure fire with two trucks and three personnel.
Jan. 20: The WPVFD responded to a car on fire on the 100 block of U.S. Highway 2. Two trucks and three firefighters responded at 12:40 p.m..
Jan. 21: Two trucks and three crew members responded to a CO2 alarm on the 600 block of Second Avenue South at 5:55 a.m. The department responded again at 11:01 a.m. with three units and five firefighters for a structure fire.