BUSY FUR TRADE DAYS WEEKEND FOR CHADRON POLICE

Posted 1 year ago

By John Axtell

Chadron PDChadron Police Chief Tim Lordino says his officers were busy for the city’s annual Fur Trade Days Celebration, especially Friday and Saturday.

Lordino says officers responded to multiple fight, domestic disturbance, and criminal mischief calls along with many parking complaints and several extremely intoxicated people.

Despite all of that and an injury accident during Saturday morning’s parade, Chadron officers made only 3 arrests and issued 3 MIP citations…with all 3 arrests coming within an hour of each other between 12:30 and 1:30 Saturday morning.

The most serious incident was the last when the Chadron Fire Department transported two victims from the 400 block of Main Street to the Chadron Community Hospital with stab wounds.

Both were treated and released, but officers subsequently arrested 47-year old Sherlynn Lame on 3 counts of 2nd degree assault and 3 counts of the use of a deadly weapon in the commission of a felony.

A domestic disturbance call at the Regency Trailer Court resulted in 23-year old Kaneeshia Red Bear being arrested for 3rd-degree domestic assault, while 20-year old Laticia Leftwich was also arrested at the trailer court, but on an outstanding Dawes County warrent. She was also issued an MIP citation.

A call a little after 10:00 Saturday night about a female was reported as being down and not responsive in the 300 block of West 2nd Street eventually led to MIP citations for 20 year old Teale Beguin and 19 year old Jada Fisk.

There were two accidents connected to the Fur Trade Days Parade. The first occurred about half an hour after the parade began and less than a block from the departure point at 10th and Main when a racing lawn mower being driven in the parade ran over the lower leg of a young child, who was taken to. Chadron Community Hospital.

The other accident occurred just after the parade around 11:30 when a horseback rider was bucked off at 4th and Maple Street. The rider was taken to the hospital by the rescue squad.

Chief Lordino says criminal mischief incidents included 3 on Saturday…a stop sign at 6th and Maple was torn down, a stop sign at 8th and Maple was bent over, and a large community trash dumpster was pushed over and dumped in the alley between the 300 blocks of Mears and Lake Streets.