Law Enforcement Blotter: Aug. 16


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Monday, Aug. 16

Fire, small grass fire, County road 14 NW, Miltona.

Suspicious person, Pope Douglas SW, Kensington.

Theft, catalytic converter theft on work truck, County Road 13 NE, Carlos.


Hit and run, someone took out row of mailboxes, State Highway 114 SW.

Assist other agency, 120th Street.

Driving complaint, Hunters Bay Road SW.

Driving complaint, State Highway 114 SW.

Driving complaint, semi all over, possibly on phone, County Road 5 NE, Carlos.

Public assist, caller has questions about potential drug use in her home, Alyssa Lane NE, Nelson.

Assist other agency, 125th Avenue, West Union.

Personal injury crash, female, possible seizure, 50th Avenue SE.


Motorist assist, County Road 2 SE, Osakis.

Suspicious vehicle, Moon Lake.

Assist other agency, 5th Avenue W.


Monday, Aug. 16

Suspicious person, Broadway Street.

Public assist, Hawthorne Street.

Assist other agency, 6th Avenue E.


Public assist, Hawthorne Street.

Public assist, 3rd Avenue W.

Fraud, Irving Street.

Attempted fraud, caller received a call where person said they were from police department and were asking for donations, Viking Place.

Theft, missing some agates and propane, Carlos Avenue.

Public assist, Meadow Lane NE.

Suspicious activity, State Highway 29 S.

Public assist, gas drive off, Broadway Street.

Property damage crash, unoccupied Jeep rolled into another vehicle, Broadway Street.

Suspicious activity, Abbygail Drive.

Public assist, Hawthorne Street.

Motorist assist, flat tire, 34th Avenue E.

Suspicious activity, Ridgeview Terrace NE.

Public assist, 6th Avenue W.

Public assist, Hawthorne Street.

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

Travis Gulbrandson covers several beats, including Osakis School Board and Osakis City Council, along with the Brandon-Evansville School Board. His focus will also be on crime and court news.
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