Son of former EGFPD officer says federal authorities are in the area
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on December 20, 2016, 10:20 P.M. CST
Jared Rasmussen, the son of retired East Grand Forks police officer Vern Rasmussen, says federal authorities are in the area.
Jared Rasmussen said is being gang-stalked by local fireman, police officers, social services, and members of a local group called the Blue Line Club that is headed by EGFPD chief detective Lt. Rodney Hajicek.
The bizarre activity is only the latest account of citizens being terrorized in the Red River Valley region.
Jared Rasmussen contacted Write Into Action today and said he has been terrorized for a steady month.
“[It’s] the same vehicles – the same people – all the time. This has been going on a month of pure hell,” he said.
“I don’t know if I fucking seen something I wasn’t supposed to but I am going to fucking find out,” he said.
“I know who some of them are – I know where some them work – some of them are firemen on the east side – some of them are cops – some of them are social services,” he said.
Jared Rasmussen said he does not know exactly why he has been targeted but did say his ex-girlfriend told police he is a drug dealer.
Taken at face value, Jared Rasmussen’s allegations are very serious because under no circumstances do ‘fireman’ and ‘hockey parents’ assist law enforcement in investigations and surveillance.
“I got shit on them. I mean my dad was a cop for 33 years. I know what kind of pieces of shit these guys are. I know about a lot of stuff. I know about (Pine to Prairie Task Force Commander Aeisso) Schrage – (former Task Force Commander Scott) Jordheim – I know all these guys,” he said.
His story has credibility.
Jared Rasmussen said he has repeatedly gone to the police department and other agencies and attempted to report what is going on – to no avail.
“I talked to the head of social services in Crookston on the phone. He called me one day. And I told him – I said I was going to go a TV station – and he tried to file a complaint against me to the east side for threatening. I said it was no threat. I’m going call the TV stations for real,” he said.
Jared Rasmussen said he was told he is the subject of an “ongoing investigation”.
“I said ‘when did social services become an investigative service,’” he said, noting he was being followed by social services vehicles late at night.
One event involving EGF Lt. Detective Rodney Hajicek appears to be a text-book move used by government officials to discredit witnesses to serious crimes.
Jared Rasmussen said he went to the EGFPD to talk to Lt. Hajicek who refused to investigate his allegations. Hajicek then attempted to have him committed to a psyche ward.
“He had the hospital – the ambulance – come and pick me up from the police station and told them you’re just so tired – stuff in your head – you’re not really seeing this stuff,” Jared Rasmussen said.
“He put me on a 72 hour hold,” he said.
However, according to Jared Rasmussen, he passed all the evaluation with flying colors. “I went up there. I did their evaluation. Blood test. I walked right out of there,” he said.
Jared Rasmussen said he called up the police after he got out and said “I’m out”.
“I know [Rodney Hajicek] is a liar. I’ve known him for a long time. I’ve known him for many years. And I know what he’ll do to cover shit up,” Jared Rasmussen said.
Jared Rasmussen said he (Jared) can do anything he wants and local law enforcement will never intervene or initiate contact with him.
“I did shitty’s in the parking lot by the Post Office until there was so much smoke you couldn’t see the building and nothing happened – no one came. I have people with me when I do this stuff,” he said, noting he has filmed much of the gang-stalking.
“I can see them – they have radios in their cars. They have cell phones but they have two-way radios – some of them. I’ve seen them hold it up too high on accident and I seen it in their hand,” he said.
“I went a hundred miles an hour on the highway just to see who would follow me – sure enough they were there,” he said.
Jared Rasmussen described an incident when a white pick-up truck, which he believes is associated with Rodney Hajicek, was tailgating him extremely close. He said he slammed on his breaks and the truck almost him.
He said the incident was witnessed by EGFPD Sgt. Chris Olson. “I tried to stop him after that white pick-up almost rear-ended me. I jumped out of the car and waved at him and he turned the other fucking way,” Jared Rasmussen said.
He said on one occasion after a roadway incident he was approached by a deputy and told to stop to following people. He said he told the deputy to “fuck off” – noting they won’t do anything to him.
According to Jared Rasmussen, he is even being stalked by aircraft that circles him at nearly tree-top level. The allegation involving aircraft is compelling because in August, 2016, a Polk County Deputy was injured after a man shot the Border Patrol helicopter that was buzzing his property as part of a supposed Drug Task Force mission.
Jared Rasmussen said there are weird things going on with his telephone. “I tried to get a hold of the Minnesota police corruption line – you know where I got transferred to – the New York City Sanitation Department,” he said.
“They are all corrupt – every one of these pieces of shit in town,” he said.
“This should not happen to anybody,” he said.
Jared Rasmussen said the police blew it. “You should have had me on your side – but now, fuck off”.
Write Into Action has been receiving reports by people in the Valley Region that allege Hajicek is part of a criminal drug trafficking operation with a cabal of others.
Write Into Action is also receiving reports naming police officers at the Grand Forks Police Department and other agencies.
The people calling are describing creepy surveillance, death threats, rape cover-ups, and murder cover-ups.
Write Into Action will continue to investigate and report.