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Osakis Police Blotter: April 21-27

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OSAKIS POLICE DEPARTMENT

April 21

Check welfare, caller would like female with mental health problems checked on, has made suicide threats in past, ignore, Nokomis Street E.

Traffic stop, warning, 1st Avenue E.

Traffic stop, warning, Nokomis Street E.

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Traffic stop, warning, 8th Avenue W.

Traffic stop, warning, 8th Avenue W.

Traffic stop, warning, 6th Avenue E.

Traffic stop, warning, 1st Avenue W.

Traffic stop, warning, State Highway 27.

Traffic stop, warning, 2nd Avenue W.

Traffic stop, warning, 6th Avenue N.

Traffic stop, warning, 1st Avenue E.

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Traffic stop, warning, 1st Avenue E.

Traffic stop, warning, 8/27.

Traffic stop, warning, County Road 15.

Traffic stop, warning, County Road 2.

Motorist assist/stall, all OK, State Highway 27.

Traffic stop, warning, County Road 82 SE.

Traffic stop, warning, County Road 31 SE.

Traffic stop, warning, 6th Avenue N.

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April 22

Patrol at start of school, 1st Avenue E.

Patrol at end of school, 1st Avenue E.

Public assist, motorist with flat tire, Nokomis Street E.

April 23

Power line down and on fire, power company notified, 8th Avenue E.

Animal complaint, report of malnourished dog, spoke with caller who stated person at residence sent her photos of dog, wants advice, informed to take photos and consult owners, Lavens Lakeview Drive.

Alarm, door unlocked but closed, all other doors secured, contacted management, reset alarm and secured door, 8th Avenue E, Alexandria.

Education/presentation, activities in elementary gym, 1st Avenue E.

Warning for speed, County Road 10 SE.

Medical, lift assist, Oak Street W.

Animal complaint, person bit by cat, advised to keep the wounds clean, Oak Street W.

Citation for failure to obey stop sign, 1st Avenue E.

April 24

Medical, transported, Oak Street W.

Medical, death, assisted, Pike Street W.

Education/presentation, Boy Scout cross over event, E Nokomis Street.

April 25

Public assist, fall, lift assist, Osage Street E.

Attempted fraud/scam, spoke with caller, Lake Street E.

Medical, pendant push, false alarm, testing button, Main Street W.

April 26

Assist other agency, assist person in locating his vehicle with State Patrol.

Traffic stop, warning, Nokomis Street E.

April 27

School resource officer time, 1st Avenue E.

Patrol at end of school.

Warning for tint, given 30 days to bring tint to legal level, 6th Avenue N.

Burning complaint, leaves burning, told to put it out until they get a DNR permit, 8th Avenue E.

Parking complaint, parked in yellow, issued citation, Oak Street.

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

Lowell Anderson has been a photographer and writer at the Echo Press since 1998.
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