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Data: July 12, 2019

Ambulance

5:07 p.m. Tuesday: 100 block of South Walnut Avenue, Luverne.

11:56 p.m. Tuesday: 200 block of West Warren Street, Luverne.

9:49 a.m. Wednesday: 200 block of Oak Drive, Luverne, individual feeling ill.

11:11 a.m. Wednesday: 300 block of East Crawford Street, Luverne, individual with back pain.

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1:42 p.m. Wednesday: 1100 block of Elm Cove, Luverne, individual who had fallen.

7:59 p.m. Wednesday: 200 block of East Barck Avenue, Luverne.

4:46 p.m. Thursday: 1400 block of Darling Drive, Worthington, adult male.

5:33 p.m. Thursday: 100 block of West Main Street, Luverne, individual down.


Crash

Rock County Sheriff’s Office: 11:48 a.m. Thursday, Luverne fire hall.


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Police

Rock County Sheriff’s Office: assault, 3:05 a.m. Thursday, 100 block of East Luverne Street, Luverne.

Rock County Sheriff’s Office: missing cattle, 8:59 a.m. Thursday, 2400 block of 110th Avenue, Hardwick.

Rock County Sheriff’s Office: theft of wallet, 12:51 p.m. Thursday, 300 block of East Lincoln Street, Luverne.

WPD: theft, 4:32 p.m. Thursday.

WPD: harassment restraining order violation, 6:01 p.m. Thursday, 2000 block of North Humiston Avenue.

WPD: missing child, 7:38 p.m. Thursday, 500 block of Omaha Avenue.

WPD: maltreatment of dog, 9:44 a.m. Friday, 1100 block of Johnson Avenue. Animal control was contacted.

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WPD: bike theft, 11:04 a.m. Friday, 900 block of Linda Lane.

WPD: disorderly conduct, 12:42 p.m. Friday, Third Avenue and 10th Street.

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