Law Enforcement Blotter: Aug. 3


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Tuesday, Aug. 3

Suspicious activity, County Road 61 NW, Garfield.

Driving complaint, County Road 14 NW/Spring Lake Road NW, Parkers Prairie.

Assist other agency, female with a rifle at the gas station, South Broadway Street.


Theft, caller reporting theft of $18,000 worth of tools, County Road 65 NE, Miltona.

Public assist, Holmes Avenue, Brandon.

Driving complaint, Wharry Heights Road SW.

Public assist, State Highway 29 N.

Suspicious vehicle, Vonderheide Drive SW.

Harassment, 7th Avenue W.

Public assist, 3rd Avenue W.

Public assist, Burgen Terrace SE.


Fire, vehicle pulling hay with hay on fire, County Road 4 SW/State Highway 27 W, Holmes City.

Driving complaint, Childs Lake Road SE.

Suspicious activity, Nokomis Street E.

Suspicious activity, State Highway 29 N.


Tuesday, Aug. 3

Burning complaint, 9th Avenue E.

Suspicious activity, South Broadway Street.


Public assist, 9th Avenue W.

Assist other agency, State Highway 29 N.

Theft, engagement party cards stolen, Jefferson Street.

Assist other agency, City of Alexandria.

Suspicious activity, State Highway 29 S.

Suspicious vehicle, South Broadway Street.

Attempted fraud/scam, someone filed for unemployment using caller's name, Knut Street.

Driving complaint, North McKay Avenue.

Suspicious activity, State Highway 29 S.

Assist other agency, 4th Avenue E/Kenwood Street.

Public assist, North McKay Avenue.

Theft, State Highway 29 S.

Suspicious activity, 10th Avenue W/Fillmore Street.

Public assist, 6th 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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