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Playground damaged A person drove into a playground at 9:34 a.m. Oct. 31 at 621 Main St. in Plum City. The driver is unknown, but there is a possible witness, according to a police blotter report. Hunters caught trespassing A raccoon hunter was caught trespassing on private property at 8:28 p.m. Nov. 1 at W7384 250th Ave. in Bay City. The property owners were told to let the arresting officer know if they want to pursue a citation for the hunter. Domestic
Car crimes • Jamie L. Torning, 32, Hudson, was reported for doing "donuts" with his vehicle in front of an establishment at 5:39 p.m. Oct. 22 at County Road J and Highway 10 in Ellsworth. Police were unable to locate him at the business, but later located Torning and cited him for unreasonable and imprudent speed, expired registration and shock issues.
Business warned, again A Hager City business at N1090 825th St. was warned for having customers inside after business hours for the third time this year at 2:35 a.m. Oct. 21. The business was warned a subsequent violation would result in a citation, according to a blotter report. Domestic incidents
Dogs kill wayward goats Dogs killed several goats who had been seen on the road, but later went into a field and could not be seen at 1:44 a.m. Oct. 12 at W5398 Highway 29 in River Falls. The complainant and the owner of the dogs decided to settle the issue without law enforcement action. Twelve goats are still missing, according to a blotter report. Trespassing
Deer shining A caller alerted police to a man shining three deer at W7182 290th Ave. in Ellsworth at 10:07 p.m. Sept. 27. The caller told police he saw the man with a gun, but the caller yelled at the man and scared him away. Officers could not find the man, according to a police blotter report. Amphetamine paranoia
Initial appearances Dylan M. Berner, 26, Elmwood, pleased innocent and posted a $1,000 signature bond on domestic disorderly conduct charge Sept. 12. The charge resulted from a Sept. 11 incident in Elmwood. Callie Samantha Goodier, 31, Ellsworth, posted a $10,000 signature bond on a felony misappropriate ID info - obtain money (as party to a crime) charge Sept. 10. The charge stemmed from a Feb. 27 incident in River Falls.
Spring Valley Middle-High School remains closed today as school officials and contractors assess damage to the building caused by last night's storm. According to a "Cardinal Announcement" from Principal Gretchen Cipriano, a severe storm struck the middle-high school about 7:45 p.m. Sept. 20 as numerous school and community activities were taking place in the building, including a high school volleyball game against the Colfax Vikings.
Initial appearances Shawn M. Clark, 41, River Falls, pleaded innocent and posted a $5,000 signature bond on a criminal damage to property charge July 18. The charge resulted from a July 17 incident in Ellsworth. Eric A. Falstad, 26, Trego, pleaded innocent and posted a $10,000 signature bond on issue of worthless checks and disorderly conduct charges July 16. The charge stemmed from a Feb. 19 incident in River Falls.
Rain didn't deter crowds from turning out for the annual Pierce County Dairy Breakfast Saturday, June 16 at the Colbenson Family Farm near Spring Valley / Elmwood.
The following incidents were reported to Ellsworth Police May 25-June 3.