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Osakis Police Blotter: December 9-15


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December 9

School resource officer time, 1st Avenue E.

Check welfare, Main Street W.

Domestic, verbal with female tearing up house, person stated the items she broke were hers, allowed to leave and took daughters to her family in Alexandria, officer will attempt to speak to other person when he calls, Nestor Street E.


Traffic hazard, complaint of markers in road right of way, log pounded in also, K Street E.

Patrol at end of school.

Education/presentation, 1st Avenue E.

Warning for stopping and backing up on Highway 27, 4th Avenue W.

December 10

Education/presentation, Nokomis Street W.

Fraud/scam, Lake Street E.

Warning for lights not on dusk to dawn, 1st Avenue E.


Felony warrant for Douglas County, person matching description smoking outside building, ended up being another person, Main Street W.

Warning for suspended object, Calvary Road SE.

Warning for tail light violation, 4th Avenue W.

Patrol, Nokomis Street W.

Warning for window tint, 6th Avenue E.

December 11

Patrol of city property, Clifford Lake Road.

Medical, transported, Main Street W.


Assist other agency, crash, County Road 82.

Theft report, caller's phone and purse were taken from store, she left them on the counter and employee said they were not there, located in store and caller will retrieve them, Nokomis Street E.

Warning for failure to maintain lane, 8th Avenue E.

Stopped for suspended object, citation for driving after revocation, failure to pay reinstatement fee, 4th Avenue E.

Warning for tail light violation, Nokomis Street E.

Traffic stop, warning, 2nd Avenue E.

Traffic stop, warning, State Highway 27.

Traffic stop, warning, 3rd Avenue E.

December 12

Warning for suspended object, 3rd Avenue W.

Medical, transported, 6th Avenue N.

Patrol golf course property, 8th Avenue E.

Traffic stop, warning, 27/4.

Patrol, Nokomis Street W.

Traffic stop, warning, Calvary Road SE.

Traffic stop, warning, 1st Avenue E.

Information for Osakis Police and Douglas County Sheriff's Department, 1st Avenue E.

Traffic stop, citation, 6th Avenue N.

December 13

Neighbor dispute, caller states her neighbor left a note on her car saying she drove through her yard and was turned in to the police for it, Pike Street W.

Patrol at end of school, 1st Avenue E.

Permit to acquire handgun, Nokomis Street E.

Warning for stop sign and no proof of insurance, 1st Avenue E.

Suspicious activity, complaint that neighbor said she was driving on her lawn and placed a note in a window facing her residence, Pike Street W.

Traffic stop, unfounded, State Highway 27 SE.

Medical, transported, Oak Street W.

December 14

School resource officer time, 1st Avenue E.

Patrol at end of school, 1st Avenue E.

Child abuse/neglect, report from TC Health and Human Services that person was leaving child alone at business while she was at another job, Main Street W.

Public assist, caller's child and other kids playing on the lake, she feels ice is too thin, brought kids off lake and escorted them home, Nokomis Street W.

Assist other agency, vehicle blocking, caller can't locate occupant of vehicle, County Road 82 SE.

Assist other agency, male on 911 call stating that he is pulled over by officer and he thinks they are fake, Todd County deputy, I-94.

December 15

Medical, Main Street W.

Medical, transported, Main Street W.

Stolen vehicle, caller reporting his truck and trailer with skid loader were stolen prior night, Main Street W.

Suspicious vehicle, unoccupied vehicle parked in front of building with windows down and property inside, Main Street W.

School resource officer time, 1st Avenue E.

Public assist, person requesting help with replacing smoke detector battery, Nokomis Street W.

Parking complaint, truck trailer in violation parked in multiple spots, citation issued, Main Street E.

Criminal damage to property, caller believes his windshield was damaged by a couple of Packers fans, Nokomis Street E.

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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