Law Enforcement Blotter: Aug. 2


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Monday, Aug. 2

Assist other agency, 6th Avenue E.

Littering complaint, Main Street, Evansville.

Burglary, County Road 7 SW, Kensington.


Public assist, Hermosa Beach Road NW.

Driving complaint, Centennial Drive NW/County Road 82 NW.

Driving complaint, County Road 3 NE/County Road 5 NE, Miltona.

Suspicious activity, Timber Lane NE.

Assist other agency, 10th Avenue E/Broadway Street.

Public assist, Le Homme Dieu Heights NE.

Assist other agency, black smoke coming from building, Voyager Drive.

Property damage crash, Interstate 94, Garfield.


Public assist, County Road 63 NE, Parkers Prairie.

Public assist, Oakwood Terrace NW.

Parking complaint, Bedman Drive NW/County Road 61 NW.

Assist other agency, Darling Avenue E.


Monday, Aug. 2

Assist other agency, 34th Avenue E.

Property damage crash, 6th Avenue E.


Assist other agency, 7th Avenue W.

Suspicious person, Ash Street.

Public assist, Elm Street.

Property damage crash, State Highway 29 S.

Assist other agency, Elm Street.

Fire, black smoke coming from building, Voyager Drive.

Property damage crash, 3rd Avenue E.

Public assist, Quincy Street.

Attempted fraud, attempted computer scam, Parkview Road NE.

Suspicious person, 3rd Avenue W.

Public assist, 7th Avenue E.

Assist other agency, 8th Avenue E.

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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