Law Enforcement Blotter: March 31 - April 2

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Tuesday, March 31

Suspicious vehicle, Spruce Hill Park Road NE, Miltona.

Fraud, caller reported credit card was stolen and used, County Road 56 NW, Garfield.

Traffic hazard, piece of wood in middle of intersection, County Road 22 NW.


Assist other agency, 50th Avenue W.

Motorist assist, County Road 82 SE, Osakis.

Fraud, report of a phone scam, Lakeside Drive SW.

Wednesday, April 1

Suspicious vehicle, County Road 82 SE, Osakis.

Neighbor dispute, caller reported neighbor was throwing leaves over his fence, County Road 8 NW, Garfield.

Suspicious vehicle, Brandon cemetery.

Motorist assist, Moon Lake.


Assist other agency, 7th Avenue W.

Driving complaint, person ran red light, almost hit another vehicle, Highway 29 N.

Assist other agency, Interstate 94, mile marker 115, Osakis.

Thursday, April 2

Property damage crash, vehicle versus deer, Rose Lane SW.

Driving complaint, two young males tearing down middle of the road in a 4X4 and a dirt bike, Townhall Road SW.

Driving complaint, vehicle going eastbound in westbound lane, Interstate 94.

Suspicious activity, County Road 82 SE.


Shooting complaint, caller reported neighbor kids are shooting a .22 rifle at the lake, afraid it will ricochet and hit houses across the lake, West Rachel Drive SW.

Public assist, County Road 14 NW, Miltona.

Assist other agency, 7th Avenue W.

Motorist assist, County Road 3 SE, Osakis.

Motorist assist, County Road 22 NW, Garfield.

Assist other agency, Central Avenue, Osakis.

Public assist, County Road 3 NE, Carlos.

Suspicious vehicle, Oak Street S., Miltona.



Tuesday, March 31

Public assist, Fillmore Street.

Suspicious person, Broadway Street.

Public assist, Kenwood Street.

Animal complaint, caller reported vehicle has been parked for about three days and there are cats inside, 4th Avenue E.

Suspicious activity, 3rd Avenue W.

Shoplifting, report of two male shoplifters, Highway 29 S.


Public assist, Irving Street.

Traffic hazard, report of a mattress in the road, 10th Avenue E.

Public assist, 5th Avenue E.

Public assist, Unumb Street.

Parking complaint, Maple Street.

Theft, caller reported neighbor saw someone take her package, Unumb Street.

Theft, caller reported CD and sunglasses stolen from vehicle, Unumb Court.

Parking complaint, 8th Avenue E.


Traffic hazard, report of a large ball in the road, 10th Avenue E.

Parking complaint, 6th Avenue E.

Wednesday, April 1

Suspicious activity, 34th Avenue E.

Property damage crash, two vehicles, North Nokomis Street NE.

Animal complaint, caller reported neighbor's dogs are always running loose, trying to attack people, City Park Road.

Theft, caller reported storage closet broken into, cleaning supplies and a set of keys stolen, found laundry coin boxes unlocked and emptied, Unumb Street.

Suspicious activity, possible drug related, 3rd Avenue E.

Public assist, 15th Avenue W.

Parking complaint, 8th Avenue E.

Property damage crash, two vehicles, Dakota Street.

Public assist, Kenwood Drive.

Theft, caller reported storage unit was broken into, Northside Drive NE.

Driving complaint, North Nokomis Street.

Suspicious activity, Douglas Street.

Theft, rent check stolen, Jefferson Street.

Hit and run, North McKay Avenue.

Public assist, Fillmore Street.

Public assist, Irving Street.

Thursday, April 2

Public assist, 8th Avenue E.

Public assist, 7th Avenue W.

Public assist, 3rd Avenue W.

Driving complaint, possible driver driving with no license, Nokomis Street.

Suspicious person, 17th Avenue E.

Animal complaint, report of two dogs walking down street, growling at other dogs, Irving Street.

Assist other agency, Aga Drive.

Suspicious activity, Unumb Street.

Drug related activity, North Nokomis Street.

Suspicious activity, Hawthorne Street.

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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