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Law Enforcement Blotter: Tuesday, May 15


Tuesday, May 15

Suspicious activity, outside lights on the back of the house have turned off, comp says it was a burned out bulb, Alex.

Fire, grass, Kensington.

Suspicious activity, comp reporting a lot of glass on the road in front of her house, states she did not hear a crash and her husband said he didn't think it was there when he left this morning, unable to locate, Carlos.

Property damage crash, Co Rd 73 NE/State Hwy 29 N, Alex.

Burning complaint, Alex.

Property damage crash, Co Rd 15 NW/Co Rd 8 NW, Brandon.

Drug investigation.

Public assist, giving a male a ride from location to Voyager School.

Property damage crash, Central Ave/Main St W, Osakis.

Check welfare of person, mother can't get a hold of her son, contacted son and he said he was ignoring his mom but he is going to text her, Alex.

Theft, kayak and paddle boat, Alex.


Tuesday, May 15

Suspicious person, male with a bike and a tent at the gazebo for several hours.

Public assist, needs help contacting her neighbor in her house, also needs help deciding if she needs to go to the hospital.

Property damage crash, 3rd Ave E/Nokomis St.

Harassment, male that threatened to sue Walmart related to a incident about a month ago.

Fire, several small fires along Data Trail.

Public assist, questions on restraining order.

Juvenile trouble, 11-year-old climbed a tree and will not come down

Property damage crash, 50th Ave W/State Hwy 29 S

Suspicious activity, male ran over several donations that were being received by the thrift store and broke several.

Suspicious activity, reporting his window was broken while he was inside the store.

Suspicious activity, concerns about daughter.

Public assist, caller was in dispute with employer about his pay and was asked to leave, would like to speak with an officer.

Traveler’s aid, bus ticket.

Juvenile trouble, transported back to foster home.

911 hangup, phone issues.

Neighbor dispute, neighbor is out of control and yelling at her kids about a ramp the kids built.

Theft, comp stating someone stole his money and shoes.

Suspicious activity, male loitering around comp's car and other cars in the parking lot, unable to locate.

Suicide threat, comp's daughter is receiving suicidal threats from a boy via text message.

Public assist, comp loaned a skateboard to a friend who is refusing to give it back.

Juvenile trouble, 15-year-old daughter is trying to run away.

Theft, gas drive off.

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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