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Law Enforcement Blotter: Friday, May 11 through Sunday, May 13


Friday, May 11

Public assist, Garfield.

Check welfare of person, caller says that she has not been able to get ahold of the couple that lives there, all OK, Alex

Suspicious activity, caller says that renter of this cabin has a bunch of street signs from the area hanging up in the cabin, Alex.

Suspicious activity, caller says that someone keeps hacking her computer and deleting info, Garfield.

Stolen vehicle, Brandon.

Public assist, got into an argument with her sister who has been using, she had tried taking her child but the comp wouldn't let her, would like to speak with a deputy, Carlos.

Personal injury crash, Childs Lake Rd SE/Co Rd 4 SE, Alex.

Burning complaint, Alex.

Saturday, May 12

Public assist, caller says that he has property at this address and owner won't give it back, Garfield.

Fire, grass, Miltona.

Hit and run, E Hope Ave, Nelson.

Fire, garage on fire, Osakis.

Sunday, May 13

Public assist, strong chemical smell, Holmes City.

Neighbor dispute, putting weeds in the lake in front of his house, caller has asked him to stop and neighbor got very upset, Miltona.

Fire, grass, Brandon.

Check welfare of person, caller says she hasn't been able to contact her sister for more then a day and she has severe health problems, all OK, Alex.

Fire, grass.

Intoxicated female, walking toward Evansville, there is a vehicle in the ditch in the area, Evansville.


Friday, May 11

Suspicious activity, male came in for headaches, decided did not want medical treatment and left.

Criminal damage to property, stated someone took her truck and damaged it last night.

Mentally ill person, male and a female entered her car and put a gun to her head on May 7.

Property damage crash, 3rd Ave E/S Mckay Ave.

Suspicious activity, caller said there is a bag with something white inside around the corner.

Public assist.

Suspicious activity, caller says that workers at the apartments took the bones she was keeping outside from a doe.

Property damage crash, 12th Ave E/Hawthorne St.

Public assist, gas drive off.

Public assist, caller had person one do her taxes and has kept her tax info after a falling out and refuses to give it back.

Public assist, caller says that he was in an accident on March 30 and owner of the vehicle involved is now refusing to provide insurance info.

Drug-related activity, smells of marijuana.

Probation violation, comp reporting ex-husband is intoxicated and calling her and screaming at her.

Suspicious vehicle, SUV backed in next to white trailer and no one should be there, they've had some burglaries there.

Saturday, May 12

Conservation, animals, black bear cub in town.

Property damage crash, Parkview Rd NE.

Public assist.

Check welfare of person, female will not answer her door and has been sick.

Public assist, gas drive off.

Public assist, questions about a dispute on services.

Theft, caller says that there was gas taken from one of the trucks on the property.

Public assist, comp has a belligerent guest she would like to leave and he will not go.

Assault, a kid pointed and flashed a handgun at comp.

Sunday, May 13

Juvenile trouble, comp was with some other females that went to a bar, she left with someone and is not answering the phone.

Suspicious vehicle.

Public assist, caller is having a dispute with the front desk about how many nights they paid for.

Suspicious activity, caller says that his shed was broken into.

Public assist, help retrieve his belongings.

Property damage crash, Dakota St.

Missing person, person was found.

Theft, caller said her bike was stolen out of her shed.

Public assist, caller was climbing on the dock that is not placed in the water and slipped and fell, caller is upset and wants to make a complaint.

Public assist, caller would like an officer present during property exchange.

Drug-related activity, found a container of pills they would like picked up.

Suspicious activity.

Suspicious activity, someone attempted to steal his vehicle.

Public assist, responded to the scene and spoke with staff.

Intoxicated male, stumbling through parking lot, going home and refused a ride.

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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