Open in App
  • Local
  • U.S.
  • Politics
  • Crime
  • Sports
  • Lifestyle
  • Education
  • Real Estate
  • Newsletter
  • Rice Lake Chronotype

    Police Logs: Woman accidentally drove over husband


    The police dispatch center receives several hundred calls weekly. The small sampling below shows their diversity.

    Monday, April 19:33 a.m. 911 caller says she got into an argument with her husband who then got out of the vehicle. She advised she went to drive away and didn’t realize he was hanging onto the vehicle and ran him over. She was unsure of his injuries but thought she had run over his leg and arm. Paged Mayo Clinic Ambulance, first responders and Almena Fire. Advised county units. Spoke to a subject who stopped to help the victim and he advised the subject has a fractured foot but was breathing and didn’t appear to have any other injuries. 9:44 a.m. Lifelink has a 15 minute ETA. 9:57 a.m. Lifelink is on the ground. 10:10 a.m. After speaking to both caller and husband the story that was provided is accurate. 6½ St., Almena.

    2:58 p.m. Caller says his ex-wife took out a restraining order against their 17-year-old daughter. The day after the order was taken out the ex-wife was messaging the child and today she picked her up from school to take her to the donut shop. He is concerned that ex-wife is smoking marijuana in the house with their juvenile children present. 3:06 p.m. Officer called caller and got his voicemail. Rice Lake.

    3:37 p.m. RP says a black big dog was chewing on his dead goat. RP believes the dog killed his goat. Unable to catch the dog and it ran off. 4:09 p.m. The dog killed the goat. No additional information about the dog 4:16 p.m. Officer checked the area, no locate on the dog. Logged for information. Highway 63, Cumberland.

    4 p.m. Caller says that he was poisoned while at the casino in 2015. He would like to speak to an officer in reference to this. Turtle Lake.

    4:57 p.m. 911 caller says a Chevy Traverse/Equinox pulled out in front of her. She advised she has damage to her bumper and the vehicle took off. She was unable to get a license plate number and said she was following the vehicle around town. Caller was advised to return to the incident location. 5:17 p.m. Officer advised they will be checking the area for the other vehicle. 6:12 p.m. Other party located at restaurant. Bracklin St. & Macauley Ave., Rice Lake.

    6:34 p.m. Caller says that her neighbor came over and started yelling at her for no reason and requested an officer. 3rd St., Chetek.

    7:35 p.m. 911 caller says that his brakes went out, his wheel fell off and he hit a tree. He is not injured. Declined EMS. 8:02 p.m. Towing company en route. 9:11 p.m. Female subject called concerned about malicious activity to the vehicle. 9:20 p.m. Officer advised he will be forwarding information from female subject to the detectives. 24½ Ave. & 8½ St., Cumberland.

    Tuesday, April 212:32 a.m. Caller says that someone keeps texting and calling him saying that he “touches kids” and that they “need to go toe to toe.” He does not know who this person is other than a first name of “Andy.” He was advised to just block the number and stop talking to them and call 911 if anyone shows up at his house. 14th Ave., Cameron.

    6:40 a.m. Caller says that the upstairs neighbors keep parking in front of the mailbox and preventing them from receiving mail. This has been an ongoing issue and they have spoken to the Post Office in reference to this and their landlord. 7:02 a.m. Officer spoke to female subject who will rectify the situation. Babcock Ave., Cumberland.

    8:42 a.m. Caller says he has been having problems with his neighbors. He advised they have garbage all over the yard and are always racing up and down the road in trucks and cars. He advised he has tried talking to them and it hasn’t helped. He advised they are always fighting and when they are outside they are using foul language. Caller was advised to call when they are out on the road racing and was told someone would contact him regarding his other concerns. 9:06 a.m. Officer spoke to caller, who was advised to call when the subjects are out racing on the road. Officer advised regarding the garbage and noise that there is no ordinance for that. Caller told there will be extra patrol in the area in the afternoons between 2:30-10:30. 24¾ St., Cameron.

    8:54 a.m. Caller says she had called this morning regarding a vehicle that was parked in front of the mailboxes. She advised the vehicle was moved for a short time but it is back and female subject is now threatening her and stomping around on the floor above her. 9:08 a.m. Female subject was gone prior to arrival. Advised she will be cited for disorderly conduct. Babcock Ave., Cumberland.

    9:17 a.m. Caller says that sometime Sunday night someone broke into his shop and took a heater and some acetone. 27th St., Rice Lake.

    11:06 a.m. Caller says there is a boys bike hidden in some weeds behind her condo near a fence. She advised it has been there for over a week. 11:18 a.m. The bike has a flat rear tire and is no longer on caller’s property. Officer will check back on it this weekend. Orchard Beach Lane, Rice Lake.

    3 p.m. Caller says his daughter contacted him and advised that she was run off the roadway by a logging truck. Truck ran her into the ditch. Truck continued southbound on Highway 53. 3:17 p.m. No locate. MM 140, Rice Lake.

    5:36 p.m. 911 caller says there is a dead owl on the side of the road and he wanted to take it. He was told he is not allowed to take it and needs to leave. 20th Ave. & 15th St., Rice Lake.

    9:24 p.m. Caller says he has an account at credit union. He was setting up a printer and was getting help online. Noticed today that $22,000 was taken out of his account as a wire transfer that he did not approve. Believes the printer set-up and the money missing are related. 25¼ St., Chetek.

    Wednesday, April 3

    5:52 a.m. 911 caller says the bridges on Highway 53 are ice. Highway shop was advised.

    8:36 a.m. School superintendent needs to report a fourth-grader who was caught with a vape and it was removed. 9:18 a.m. The school will hold the items until officer is able to handle. New Auburn.

    Thursday, April 4

    7:06 a.m. Caller says there is a metal ladder partway in the righthand lane northbound Highway 53 just passed the first overpass after New Auburn maybe near mm 120. 7:19 a.m. Ladder was already removed.

    7:35 a.m. Rollover. 7:42 a.m. Multiple calls from the rollover. One caller was able to make contact with the driver who is a 52-year-old female claiming no major injuries. Caller cannot see any bleeding. She is the only occupant. 7:43 a.m. Life360 called to report an accident, however they did not have much information on it. They were advised it was most likely this same accident unless they had otherwise. 7:49 a.m. Towing company en route. MM 140, Rice Lake.

    12:01 p.m. Caller says female subject continues to play loud music from her car. She was warned multiple times with no resolve. 12:31 p.m. Officer spoke to both parties. Jean Marie St., Barron.

    12:11 p.m. Caller says that she hit a turkey on Highway 53 southbound between Haugen and Rice Lake. She is not injured and drove the vehicle to Rice Lake. The windshield is shattered. She was advised of the 10-day. 12:46 p.m. Officer checked southbound 53 from Haugen to Rice Lake and did see a turkey dead in the median but clear of the roadway.

    7:10 p.m. Caller says that there is a male sitting inside a car in the back parking lot of the Rice Lake library who seems out of sorts. She advised that the male looks to be late 40s, early 50s, witting with his eyes open, mouth open. Almost like sleeping. She requested a welfare check on the individual. 7:18 p.m. The driver is fine, cancel EMS. Marshall St., Rice Lake.

    7:26 p.m. RP stated that her son went over to his dad’s to get his homework and was there for two hours. When she made him come he got mad and yelled at her and then went back to his dad’s. He is not suppose to go till tomorrow. RP was advised this was not a police matter. RP stated that police never do anything when she calls about her kids. 7:42 p.m. RP now stated that her son was being disorderly and was throwing things. She does not want anything done at this time. If the situation changes she will call back. 27¾ Ave., Rice Lake.

    8:06 p.m. Caller says he received a message from female subject advising she is going to come destroy his truck tonight. She is upset about some civil issues they have going on. Requesting extra patrol around the motel tonight. Main St., Rice Lake.

    Friday, April 58:18 a.m. Caller says he witnessed a two-car accident. One rolled. Both vehicles are in the ditch. No injury. No entrapment. 8:37 a.m. Requesting two nonpreference tows. 9:41 a.m. Both vehicles have been removed. 14th Ave. & 21½ St., Cameron.

    9:25 a.m. Caller says she has a business and has been having an issue with tenants from King Edward Inn parking in the lot overnight and during the day. Caller advised the parking spots are four-hour parking only. Eau Claire St., Rice Lake.

    Saturday, April 69:15 a.m. Caller says they have a game later and would like the homeless people removed. 9:18 a.m. Officer spoke with couple and advised them to move along. 33 Ann St., Rice Lake.

    7:38 p.m. Caller says his vehicles were keyed. Unknown exactly who it would be. Possibly the people who had been trespassing on their property that they recently had towed. Main St., Cameron.

    11:11 p.m. About eight kids at Roux Park are making a bunch of noise. 11:14 p.m. Looks like they got in their vehicles and are leaving. Rice Lake.

    Sunday, April 74:32 p.m. Vehicle on its side. Unknown injury. 4:36 p.m. 911 caller says the vehicle is on the driver side and there appears to be a female inside unconscious. 4:44 p.m. Fire 1 on scene. 4:45 p.m. She is out of the vehicle. 6:59 p.m. Probation issued a warrant for female subject, she will be at the hospital for a while. MMC is supposed to call when she gets released. 8:41 p.m. MMC called advising female subject is trying to leave. 8:59 p.m. Warrant confirmed. Washington Ave. & Carson St., Rice Lake.

    Expand All
    Most Popular newsMost Popular
    Comments / 0
    Add a Comment

    Comments / 0