Monday, Sept. 27

11:04 a.m. Minnesotans called 911 to report their trail cam showed an attempted break-in the previous Friday at their cabin in the 2400 block of 10-1/8 Avenue.

2:20 p.m. Verbal dispute reported in the 400 block of North Third Avenue in Dallas. A deputy went to calm things down. Landlord called and ask that the male be removed.

5:05 p.m. Chetek caller says a man is outside smoking near a business. He may be on drugs. 5:11 p.m., officer did not see anyone.

Tuesday, Sept. 28

7:47 p.m. Mysterious explosion in the 800 block of 20th Street, Cameron. One witness heard a loud bang that shook her and her neighbor’s homes, no source found. A second witness called with same report. Chetek Fire and EMS dispatched, no reported loss of power, nothing unusual was located.

11:32 p.m. Open door found in 400 block of Dallas Street, Chetek. All of the lights were on, and a semi-concious woman was found inside, intoxicated, with facial injuries. Chetek police and EMS were page. Investigators were unsure if it was a domestic or other event.

Wednesday, Sept. 29

8:19 a.m. Suspicious vehicle found near 25-1/8 - 25-1/4 Street, Chetek. Old car with front-end damage, evidently by birdshot. Owner advised to have it removed.

8:33 a.m. Crash with injuries, corner of 20-1/2 Street and 15th Avenue, Cameron. Sheriff’s deputies, Cameron Fire Department and Marshfield Medical Center ambulance were paged.

8:34 a.m. Theft complaint from a business in Chetek. Party first reported a stolen extension cord, but the item was later recovered.

10:33 a.m. Deceased female found in a garage, 900 block of Schofield Street, Chetek. Family in Pennsylvania notified and police secured the home.

Thursday, Sept. 30

4:09 a.m. Suspicious person, Eighth Avenue, Chetek. Caller reports someone walking along the road and in the field with a flashlight bothering the cattle. Subject left on motorcycle before deputy got there.

5:47 a.m. Commercial burglar alarm at a Knapp Street business. Owner was contacted to provide code to abort alarm.

8:27 a.m. Department of Health and Human Services requested assistance from Cameron Police Department to remove a man from a home and take him to a nearby mobile home development.

9 a.m. Someone at the Cameron Village Hall said they took a report of a individual picking up tin cans on CTH SS near crest of hill and was concerned about his safety. No one was there when the officer arrived.

10:42 a.m. Anoka County, Minn., notified the Barron County Sheriff’s Department that it had recovered stolen checks belonging to a Chetek woman.

3:50 p.m. Someone working at a Cameron manufacturing firm said she had been getting harassing text messages. She was advised to block texts and get a temporary restraining order.

7:37 p.m. A caller saw a flashlight being used in a vacant home in the 400 block of West Poplar Avenue, Cameron, which was being remodeled at the time. Officer couldn’t find anyone there.

8:56 p.m. A Chetek man reported his juvenile son failed to return home by curfew and didn’t know where he was. Father advised to seek parenting resources. Teen preferred to stay with a friend overnight. Officer sent to speak with him but made no contact.

Friday, Oct. 1

8:40 a.m. A caller reported a suspicious yellow SUV with out-of-state plates stopped and talking to children at a bus stop. Children said driver was asking about a gas station. Bus driver saw the vehicle turn on CTH D and didn’t go to the gas station. A video was sent to a sheriff’s deputy.

10:38 a.m. A motorist reported leaving a small black purse at the rest area on Hwy 53. A deputy checked all stalls and garbage cans but couldn’t find anything.

5:49 p.m. A Cameron resident said a neighbor came to her home in the 500 block of Kruger Avenue and allegedly threatened them. This involved an incident that occurred on the school bus.

6:46 p.m. A caller going south on Hwy. 53 near Chetek reported seeing a large puff of smoke coming from the north side of exit. Cameron officer later reported smoke nearby and advised it might be coming from a field sprayer along the tree line.

10:57 p.m. Two 911 calls were made from the 2500 block of 8-7/8 Avenue. Dispatcher could hear a little noise in the background. A dispatcher later called a bartender, who said they have nine subjects in the bar and they are all fine.

Saturday, Oct. 2

5:55 a.m. Motorist reported seeing a vehicle going north on CTH SS going all over the roadway. Deputy later reported they were following the vehicle and had it on radar. Driver tested negative and said they were driving cautiously.

10:16 a.m. Motorist reported that someone drove around a stop arm on a school bus in the 1800 block of West Main Street, Cameron.

10:36 a.m. Motorist driving near CTH SS and First Avenue, New Auburn, reported some hunters on the side of the road with a box of decoys near a pond. She thinks they are too close to the road. Officer arrived and could not locate anyone.

10:45 a.m. Motorist reported a vehicle lost some wood planks near the intersection of Hwy. 8 and Hwy. 53 the previous evening. She drove over them and later found out she had some damage to her car.

12:37 p.m. A controlled burn was reported in the 1500 block of 6-1/2 Avenue, Dallas.

2:50 p.m. A caller reported a stolen AR 15 and ammunition from his home in the 400 block of 28th Street, New Auburn.

7:01 p.m. A controlled burn was reported in the 2000 block of Seventh Avenue, Chetek.

9:08 p.m. After a traffic stop at Dallas Street and Sixth Street, Chetek, the Chetek Police Department notified dispatchers it was doing a vehicle search and later located a controlled substance.

Sunday, Oct. 3

12:45 a.m. Caller said she watched a vehicle turn into the Cameron Kwik Trip parking lot and went up and over the curb into the grass portion. She said a male got out of the car and went into the store. She believed they were intoxicated and was willing to fill out a statement. Cameron officer found the vehicle and stopped it near CTH SS and 15th Avenue. The driver tested negative and said they were not used to driving at night.

1:21 a.m. Chetek EMS was pages to the 2600 block of 7-1/2 Avenue for a man with extreme back pain unable to get up.

11:53a.m. Caller living in the 1100 block of 25th Street, Cameron said a maroon Ford truck came on their property, then went on county land near 11th Avenue and 26th Street.

1:32 p.m. Dispatchers took a complaint from a caller near 14th Avenue and 30th Street, Chetek, who said a red crotch rocket was traveling at a high rate of speed, weaving in and out of traffic. A deputy found the bike and driver and said the two would wait until a valid driver could come get the bike operator and bike.

7:54 p.m. Chetek police stopped a vehicle at the corner of Second and Douglas streets. A female driver failed a field sobriety test and was later taken to Barron Hospital for a blood sample. She was later turned over to a responsible party.

10:11 p.m. An unidentified male came to an address in the 2300 block of Sixth Avenue, Chetek, asking for a ride to town. The callers gave a description of the man to dispatchers. They said he was wandering around near their driveway but they could no longer see him. A deputy found the man on CTH I and 6-3/8 Avenue, and gave him a ride to a store in Chetek, where he called a friend to come get him.

11:52p.m. Caller in the 2300 block of Sixth Avenue, Chetek, reported an unknown male wandering the area and setting off his motion detector. Caller saw the man wandering around his buildings but lost track of him. A deputy checked the area, noting all the outbuildings were secure. Officers then checked a wider area but couldn’t locate anyone.

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