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KIPLING - May 11: Police received a call from a resident of Kipling who had rented out a carpet cleaner to another resident of town. It had not been returned and the owner wanted it back. Police located the cleaner and had it returned to the owner. 

Police also received a call because the caller was concerned for the mental wellbeing of a youth in Windthorst. Police were able to make contact with the youth’s parent and the proper resources were provided to the mother. 

May 12: The detachment received a call from a female from Arcola and she was concerned for her mother’s wellbeing. Police located the mother but then family said that they would handle it and asked police to no longer be involved. 

May 13: Police received a report of a disturbance at a residence in Kipling. Police attended and arrested a male who is now facing criminal charges as a result of the disturbance. 

May 14: Police received a call from an “ex” who was concerned about how she was raising her kids in Kennedy. There was no immediate risk to anybody but the caller was provided the resources that they needed at this point. 

May 15: Police received multiple calls about a disturbance between two people in Windthorst.  The situation resolved itself when one of the parties voluntarily left the area. 

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