Law Enforcement Blotter: Oct. 14-16


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Friday, Oct. 14

Assist other agency, Fillmore Street.

Public assist, gave ride home from ER, 17th Avenue E.

Public assist, accidental gas drive-off, County Road 14 NE, Miltona.


Fraud, caller being scammed over PayPal, Baker Road SW.

Assist other agency, Third Avenue W.

Assist other agency, Fourth Avenue E.

Suspicious activity, door open with no one around, County Road 120 NE.

Assist other agency, 30th Avenue W.

Motorist assist, truck overheated, County Road 36 NE, Parkers Prairie.

Saturday, Oct. 15

Assist other agency, Eastern Avenue, Urbank.


Suspicious activity, Hiebel Road SW.

Assist other agency, 15th Avenue E.

Public assist, campaign sign is missing, City of Brandon.

Assist other agency, 50th Avenue W.

Assist other agency, County Road 73 NE.

Assist other agency, County Road 5 NE, Carlos.

Sunday, Oct. 16

Fraud, fraud on bank account, Geneva Golf Club Drive NE.


Motorist assist, County Road 23 SE.

Assist other agency, 17th Avenue E.


Friday, Oct. 14

Suspicious activity, Hawthorne Street.

Driving complaint, vehicle ran red light and almost hit another vehicle, Third Avenue E.

Public assist, 30th Avenue W.

10-50 hit and run, vehicle side-swiped in parking lot, State Highway 29 S.

Property damage crash, two vehicles blocking traffic, no injuries, Aga Drive.

Juvenile trouble, cite for possession of tobacco-related electronic delivery device, Pioneer Road SE.

Motorist assist, North McKay Avenue.

Public assist, Third Avenue W.

Driving complaint, caller was almost side-swiped, Third Avenue E.

Property damage crash, car pulled in front of caller, who swerved and hit a stop sign, Third Avenue E.

Driving complaint, reckless driving, 30th Avenue W.

Property damage crash, happened in parking lot, State Highway 29 S.

Saturday, Oct. 15

Juvenile trouble, six juveniles banging on front door, Geneva Drive.

Assist other agency, South Darling Court NW.

Public assist, Third Avenue W.

Public assist, caller is upset a customer took her picture, was informed that it was not illegal, South Broadway Street.

Suspicious activity, 15th Avenue E.

10-52 with pedestrian, unknown injuries, Broadway Street.

Drug-related activity, found marijuana in a candle on a shelf, State Highway 29 S.

Public assist, smoking in apartment, Fillmore Street.

Drug-related activity, test an employee's blood for coming to work under the influence of a substance, Seventh Avenue E.

Juvenile trouble, kids prank calling, Seventh Avenue E.

Suspicious activity, North McKay Avenue.

Suspicious activity, someone shooting an Airsoft out of their car, State Highway 29 S.

Sunday, Oct. 16

Assist other agency, Lake Street.

Assist other agency, 50th Avenue E.

Public assist, lift assist, Ashley Lane.

Driving complaint, vehicle heading north in southbound lane, 34th Avenue W.

Driving complaint, State Highway 29 S.

Public assist, 15th Avenue E.

Criminal damage to property, Third Avenue W.

10-50 hit and run, 50th Avenue W.

Property damage crash, Evergreen Lane SW.

Public assist, lift assist, Ash Street.

Suspicious activity, female looking in windows of vehicles and businesses, 12th Avenue E.

Public assist, Fifth Avenue E.

Suspicious activity, Seventh Avenue E.

Suspicious person, South Broadway Street.

Driving complaint, State Highway 29 S.

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

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