Law Enforcement Blotter: April 27

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Monday, April 27

Motorist assist, Interstate 94, mile marker 112, Osakis.

Assist other agency, 17th Avenue E.

Assist other agency, 17th Avenue E.


Theft, caller reported someone stole end piece of dock, Vonderheide Drive SW.

Suspicious activity, pry marks were found on desk in new shop, Lund Township.

Traffic hazard, caller reported dog running in traffic, Busch Road SE.

Suspicious activity, caller reported a quarter-sized hole in her window, Maple Springs Drive SE.

Motorist assist, 30th Avenue W.

Suspicious activity, South Park Drive NE, Carlos.

Assist other agency, 9th Avenue E.

ATV complaint, caller reported kids driving ATVs really fast in neighborhood without helmets, Bluffs Road NW.


Driving complaint, caller reported vehicle were drag racing, County Road 9 NE.

Fire, grass fire, Big Chip Road, Brandon.

Suspicious vehicle, Spruce Hill Park Road NE, Miltona.

Assist other agency, Interstate 94, mile marker 97.


Monday, April 27

Suspicious activity, caller reported kids possibly throwing rocks off top of building, Broadway Street.

Traffic hazard, traffic cone in middle of roadway, 2nd Avenue E.


Noise complaint, loud music, Spruce Street.

Attempted fraud/scam, job scam by email, Jefferson Street.

Drug related activity, caller wanted to speak to officer about trash that blew in her yard from neighbors, possibly drug related, North McKay Avenue.

Suspicious activity, Victor Street.

Criminal damage to property, van was spray painted, Cedar Street.

Suspicious activity, Fillmore Street.

Shoplifting, male and female shoplifters, 30th Avenue W.

Shoplifting, female shoplifter, Highway 29 S.


Attempted fraud/scam, Westwood Drive.

Animal complaint, Ash Street.

Suspicious activity, Twin Boulevard.

Personal injury crash, vehicle versus motorcycle, 9th Avenue E.

Shoplifting, two female shoplifters, Highway 29 S.

Suspicious activity, Highway 29 S.

Suspicious vehicle, caller said two vehicles are parked and people are drinking, and they have two vicious dogs, Victor Street.

Suspicious vehicle, 9th Avenue W.


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

Celeste Edenloff is the special projects editor and a reporter for the Alexandria Echo Press. She has lived in the Alexandria Lakes Area since 1997. She first worked for the Echo Press as a reporter from 1999 to 2011, and returned in 2016 to once again report on the community she calls home.
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