Law Enforcement Blotter: April 12-14


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Monday, April 12

Assist other agency, Main Street W, Osakis.

Suspicious vehicle, Main Avenue, Carlos.

Fraud, caller reported unemployment account attempt made under his name, Reubens Landing SW, Farwell.


Assist other agency, Interstate 94, mile marker 111, Osakis.

Theft, caller reported gas drive off, County Road 14 NE, Miltona.

Fraud, caller reported unemployment account attempt made under her name, Spearfish Lane SW.

Littering complaint, caller reported bags of garbage left behind on his property, Calvary Road SE, Osakis.

Public assist, County Road 6 NW, Garfield.

Assist other agency, Interstate 94, mile marker 109.

Juvenile trouble, caller reported juvenile party, County Road 7 SW, Kensington.

Tuesday, April 13


Motorist assist, County Road 5 NE, Carlos.

Fraud, caller reported receiving a letter about unemployment and someone possibly using his identity, Pawnee Drive SE.

Assist other agency, Interstate 94, mile marker 83, Evansville.

Driving complaint, caller reported vehicle driving very slowly, Highway 29 S.

Fraud, caller reported unemployment claims, Svend Lane NW, Evansville.

Suspicious vehicle, Beaver Dam Drive SW.

Suspicious person, County Road 17 SE.

Assist other agency, Main Street E, Osakis.


Wednesday, April 14

Property damage crash, County Road 13 NE.

Public assist, Highway 114 SW.

Fraud, caller reported unemployment fraud, Fillmore Street.

Assist other agency, Interstate 94 SE, Osakis.

Property damage crash, Interstate 94, mile marker 110, Osakis.

Assist other agency, Pacific Street E, Kensington.



Monday, April 12

Suspicious person, 2nd Avenue E.

Drug related activity, 9th Avenue W.

Suspicious person, 7th Avenue E.

Drug related activity, Broadway Street.

Suspicious activity, caller reported seeing bags of clothes sitting outside for a week in the rain, Floding Circle Drive NE.

Assist other agency, Hawthorne Street.

Assist other agency, 3rd Avenue W.


Property damage crash, South Broadway Street.

Public assist, 6th Avenue E.

Assist other agency, County Road 82 SE, Nelson.

Property damage crash, citation issued for failure to yield, Oak Street.

Suspicious activity, caller reported red light shining through her window, Highway 29 S.

Drug related activity, 3rd Avenue E.

Suspicious activity, caller reported someone possibly being forced to abort a baby, Willow Drive.

Suspicious activity, caller reported vehicle window shot by BB gun, Kenwood Street.


Tuesday, April 13

Fraud, caller reported someone using his name for unemployment, Wildflower Lane NE.

Theft, caller reported stolen trailer, North McKay Avenue.

Shoplifting, citation issued, Broadway Street.

Property damage crash, 10th Avenue W.

Fraud, caller reported sending client faxes using clinic's address and fax number, 17th Avenue E.

Property damage crash, 50th Avenue W.

Shoplifting, 50th Avenue W.

Fraud, caller reported receiving letter from unemployment scam, Scenic Heights Road NE.

Assist other agency, 7th Avenue W.

Property damage crash, County Road 46 SE.

Suspicious activity, caller reported car window hit by BB gun, Pioneer Road SE.

Public assist, 17th Avenue E.

Wednesday, April 14

Public assist, Highway 29 S.

Public assist, Kenwood Drive.

Property damage crash, 6th Avenue E.

Public assist, Willow Drive.

Property damage crash, 15th Avenue E.

Public assist, Darling Avenue E.

Theft, Pioneer Road SE.

Theft, caller reported someone leaving in his vehicle with his belongings and money in it, North McKay Avenue.

Public assist, 7th Avenue E.

Public assist, Aga Drive.

Burning complaint, North McKay Avenue.

Property damage crash, Wildflower Lane NE.

Public assist, 3rd Avenue W.

Public assist, 2nd Avenue E.

Fraud, caller reported giving someone his social security number, Fillmore Street.

Suspicious vehicle, Oak Knoll Drive NE.

Driving complaint, caller reported someone driving recklessly in the parking lot, Willow Drive.

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

Jasmine Johnson joined the Echo Press staff in May 2020 as a general assignment reporter. She grew up in Becker, Minn., and later studied journalism and graphic design at Bethel University in Arden Hills, Minn.
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