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Law Enforcement Blotter: Friday, April 13 through Sunday, April 15


Friday, April 13

Child custody matter, ex went to daycare and picked up their 2-year-old son when it was her weekend to have him, Alex.

Fraud, Alex.

Check welfare of person, comp wants family checked on, believes that they are staying in the "carriage house" at grandmother's resort property, complaint unfounded, Alex.

Fire, controlled burn got out of hand, Osakis.

Public assist, comp is afraid that his ex is going to take his stuff when he's at work tomorrow, Osakis.

Suspicious activity, comp smells a strong odor of marijuana coming from downstairs, Brandon.

Saturday, April 14

Property damage crash, no crash found, Garfield.

Public assist, male needing a ride home from ER, Alex.

Threats, comp's step dad is being aggressive with her and her sisters, has a gun in his bedroom that he's pointed at their mom in the past, Alex.

Burglary, hunting shed broken into within the last 24 hours, Miltona.

Suspicious vehicle, Alex.

Fight/assault, male fighting with everyone in the bar, throwing punches and yelling, arrested for disorderly conduct, Nelson.

Telephone calls/harassment, comp states female keeps calling him a ridiculous amount of times and wants deputy assistance, Alex.

Sunday, April 15

Suspicious vehicle, playing Pokemon, Alex.

Personal injury crash, State Hwy 79 NW, Evansville.

Theft, comp stating someone came on the yard and cut the locks on the fuel tanks and stole gas, Osakis.

Check welfare of person, comp's sister has several health conditions and she cannot get in touch with her, all OK, Alex.

Violation of restraining order, comp has restraining order against ex and she is messaging him on messenger, Nelson.

Check welfare of person, looks to be a person living in a camper on the property, Alex.

Littering complaint, comp stating someone dumped a bunch of garbage on his land.

Harassment, roommate harassing her, Kensington.

911 hangup, argument between mother and daughter about daughter not taking her medications and throwing temper tantrums when she is asked to do things around the house, parties made up and went to bed, Alex.

This is not a comprehensive report of all local law enforcement activity, rather, a brief recap of daily calls for service.

Beth Leipholtz

Beth is a reporter at the Echo Press. She graduated from the College of Saint Benedict in May 2015 with a degree in Communication and Hispanic Studies. Journalism has always been her passion, but she also enjoys blogging and graphic design. In her spare time, she's most likely at Crossfit or at home with her boyfriend and three dogs.

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