Law Enforcement Blotter: May 20-22


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Friday, May 20

Assist other agency, South McKay Avenue.

Assist other agency, Broadway Street.

Suspicious activity, caller reporting his mailbox was damaged last night, looks like it was struck by a vehicle, State Highway 114 SW, Lowry.


Public assist, Third Avenue W.

Fraud, caller has people contacting her about sending money and would like to speak to a deputy about a potential fraud, caller is not out any money, Johnson Street, Evansville.

Driving complaint, truck pulling trailer driving with no license, cutting trees and dumping at landfill, 50th Avenue W.

Suspicious activity, caller states person was taking pictures of his kids when they were outside, then ran inside when his wife walked outside, East Le Homme Dieu Heights NE.

Assist other agency, County Highway 38, Ashby.

Suspicious activity, caller states that person broke out windows of a house and made threats against her, Thoennes Lane NW, Parkers Prairie.

Suspicious activity, caller can hear people in the shed at location and see flashlights, County Road 87 SE.

Assist other agency, Ridgeview Terrace NE.


Suspicious vehicle, Centennial Drive NW, Garfield.

Saturday, May 21

Suspicious vehicle, located person trying to get into building, male was able to provide a key for building and says he rents it for storage, Johnson Street, Evansville.

Assist other agency, Interstate 94, Brandon.

Property damage crash, semi hit post in parking lot, Railroad Street, Evansville.

Driving complaint, silver Chrysler, high rate of speed, County Road 13 NE.

Driving complaint, Betsy Ross Road NW.

Suspicious vehicle, caller stating vehicle sitting in an approach for the past month, appears to be parked on private property, County Road 86 SE.


Theft, four patio chairs missing, South Nelson Street, Nelson.

Driving complaint, go cart and dirt bike driving around on the roads, Main Street, Evansville.

Public assist, Eagle Point Drive NW, Brandon.

Suspicious activity, caller found some of her stolen items from previous week in the dumpster, South Nelson Street, Nelson.

Assist other agency, Main Street W, Osakis.

Assist other agency, Third Avenue E.

Assist other agency, 113th Street.

Sunday, May 22

Suspicious vehicle, two occupants hanging out and talking, Interstate 94 SE.

Assist other agency, Interstate 94, Osakis.

Assist other agency, West Division, Elbow Lake.

Assist other agency, Interstate 94, Osakis.

Criminal damage to property, overnight someone did burnouts in yard, County Road 21 SW.

Assist other agency, First Avenue E, Osakis.

Suspicious vehicle, caller stated there is a truck in lot that does not belong there, State Highway 29 N.

Driving complaint, vehicle all over the road, West Lake Jessie Drive SE.

Public assist, Eagle Point Drive NW, Brandon.

Driving complaint, couple of trucks racing around, West Seventh Street, Carlos.

Suspicious person, County Road 1 SW, Kensington.

Assist other agency, 18th Avenue E.

Suspicious activity, caller sees some of her property in her neighbor's trunk, South Nelson Street, Nelson.

Assist other agency, Seventh Avenue E.

Assist other agency, Sixth Avenue E.

Assist other agency, Sanibel Drive.


Friday, May 20

Public assist, person needs ride home from ER, Third Avenue W.

Public assist, person needs ride home, 17th Avenue E.

Juvenile trouble, Pioneer Road SE.

Public assist, 11th Avenue E.

Juvenile trouble, South McKay Avenue.

Criminal damage to property, caller believes someone cut her brake lines, condensation from air conditioning, Third Avenue W.

Suspicious person, male said he was fine and didn't wish to speak, North McKay Avenue.

Driving complaint, called each other names before pulling out in front of him, 17th Avenue E.

Assist other agency, North Douglas Avenue, Carlos.

Juvenile trouble, North McKay Avenue.

Suspicious person, male walking in the roadway, 10th Avenue E.

Suspicious person, male party gone prior to arrival, Northside Drive NE.

Assist other agency, Interstate 94, Osakis.

Property damage crash, minor crash, Thomas Drive NE.

Juvenile trouble, Pioneer Road SE.

Public assist, 34th Avenue E.

Public assist, transported person to his vehicle, County Club Heights Road NW.

Suspicious activity, caller states he received a phone call from a male, Twin Boulevard.

Public assist, caller believes a cashier at location stole from his child, State Highway 29 S.

Saturday, May 21

Assist other agency, 50th Avenue W.

Public assist, male party had questions about stop light timing, Third Avenue E.

Suspicious activity, had a quiet voicemail saying "help me" and nothing else, Country Club Heights Road NW.

Public assist, Broadway Street.

Driving complaint, County Road 82 SE.

Public assist, lift assist, North Quincy Street.

Assist other agency, Betsy Ross Road NW.

Assist other agency, County Road 13 NE.

Public assist, Willow Drive.

Theft, female had wallet stolen from bathroom, wallet located, Third Avenue W.

Public assist, North McKay Avenue.

Public assist, lift assist, Sixth Avenue E.

Suspicious activity, someone looking inside windows with a flashlight, both parties residents and grilling, North Park Street.

Driving complaint, vehicle doing burnouts, 44th Avenue W.

Sunday, May 22

Property damage crash, State Highway 29 S.

Criminal damage to property, caller believes her truck was keyed, State Highway 29 S.

Juvenile trouble, caller is upset that she told two girls not to play on the railroad tracks and they won't listen to her, Oak Street.

Public assist, Sixth Avenue E.

Suspicious person, caller reporting there is a male in the store who is a suspect from a purse theft, South McKay Avenue.

Theft, person paid for fuel, Broadway Street.

Property damage crash, vehicle was hit in the parking lot by a neighbor and she took off, Lakepark Avenue.

Assist other agency, Third Avenue W.

Public assist, Sanibel Drive.

Public assist, person needs ride home from ER, Ninth Avenue W.

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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