By Tyler Trieglaff
Notes from the Chief
Well apparently, I may have offended some of my fans last week. That was the talk around town Friday morning as I heard from a little birdie. Was it the “hoofacure” remark or did someone really like dip sized Fritos? I myself received five really nice comments and one treat/prize from a former teacher. The prize was for getting a perfect on a science quiz in sixth grade and the treat was for my wonderful articles in the paper. It just goes to show that cops are danged if they do and danged if they don’t. I suppose I could just write an article so dry that it would spontaneously combust if you set it out in the sun.
Calving is moving right along with 73 percent (55 out of 75) of the cows calving in the first cycle (three weeks). NDSU research shows that achieving 60 percent in the first three weeks is a goal to reach for so it looks like we are doing something right. As of last Friday morning, we are up to 62 cows that have come in. I have plenty of stories to tell about the farm in the weeks to come. Hopefully I won’t hurt anyone’s feelings.
Friday, April 30
5:16 p.m. Small child wandered into neighbor’s yard. Child was returned home; he recently had learned how to open doors.
11:07 p.m. Traffic stop for speed on young female driver. Female said she got a ticket two days prior. Officer explained that she may lose her license if she keeps getting tickets.
Saturday, May 1
4:51 p.m. Assist with a medical.
6:33 p.m. Officer found a couple juveniles on a roof on W. Maple. Kids got down when officer asked them.
9:22 p.m. Assist with a domestic on 137th St.
Sunday, May 2
5:27 p.m. Welfare check on male party. Male transported to ER.
7:46 p.m. Female reporting a fight that happened somewhere in rural Frazee last night. She was not sure where or who was involved. Female said that she started the physical portion of the fight, but it ended with three girls beating her in the head. Limited info. Officer told female when she is able to come up with more helpful information to contact the sheriff’s office.
11:42 p.m. Assist with welfare check on St. Hwy. 87.
Monday, May 3
11:08 a.m. Railroad crossing arm down on S. Lake. Officer raised arm up and fixed the problem.
2:15 p.m. Fraud reported by male who claimed his mother-in-law claimed his son on her taxes. Officer talked with involved parties and discovered that grandma had custody of the child for the last year or more. Officer told parties the issue was civil and needed to be figured out in court.
2:53 p.m. Female reporting receiving threats from a family member.
8:45 p.m. Fishing pole found on Co. Hwy. 29. Pole can be identified and picked up at the PD.
9:40 p.m. Report of an elderly male possibly being scammed.
1:05 a.m. Traffic stop with citation for Driving After Revocation and Expired Registration issued to Stacy Willingham, 52, Frazee.
Tuesday, May 4
7:24 p.m. Loose dog on Cedar Ave. Citation for Dog At Large issued to Krista Krogen, 28, Frazee.
8:41 p.m. Property dispute involving family of a deceased family member.
Wednesday, May 5
11:22 a.m. Report of smoke SE of Frazee. Unable to determine where smoke/fire was coming from.
Thursday, May 6
11 a.m. Officer to Fargo for a forensic interview for possible criminal sexual conduct on a child. Under investigation.
8:17 p.m. Resident calling about a stray dog he had tied up in his yard. He claimed the male dog was giving the business to his female. Light brown/tan mixed breed male with black collar taken to Lucky Dog in DL.