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Osakis Police Blotter: December 1-7

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OSAKIS POLICE DEPARTMENT

December 1

Patrol at start of school, 1st Avenue E.

Warning for speed, 1st Avenue E.

Warning for cell phone, 6th Avenue E.

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Animal complaint, neighbor's lab was on caller's lawn again, unable to locate, 7th Avenue W.

Citation for 95 percent tint, Central Avenue.

Patrol at end of school, 1st Avenue E.

Warning for speed, State Highway 27.

Six tobacco compliance checks, 5 no sales, 1 yes sale.

POR change of information, updated COI, Central Avenue.

December 2

Patrol at start of school, 1st Avenue E.

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Warning for speed, 1st Avenue E.

Medical, transported, Nokomis Street W.

Afternoon patrol at school, 1st Avenue E.

Warning for speed and failure to stop for stop sign, 1st Avenue E.

Domestic, info from Todd County, 17 year old out of control, spoke with person about her daughter who has autism, verbal only, person has crisis number and will call social worker, 7th Avenue W.

Property damage crash, 2nd Avenue W.

Two warnings for headlight out, 1st Avenue E.

Warning for headlight out, 3rd Avenue W.

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Warning for equipment violation, 1st Avenue E.

Warning for speed, 1st Avenue E.

Warning for tail light out, Lake and 27.

Warning for no tail lights, 3rd Avenue W.

Warning for no headlights or tail lights, 82.

Warning for headlight out and speed, Nokomis Street W.

December 3

Mentally ill person, manager stating person is screaming in his room again, transported person to hospital for mental health evaluation, transported back.

Warning for PS headlight out, Central Avenue.

December 4

Medical, transported, Nokomis Street E.

Utility company call, alarm going off at substation by the beach, Lake Street E.

Suspicious vehicle, no one around, firearm case in back seat, 8th Avenue W.

Vehicle unlock, Nokomis Street W.

Check welfare, caller wants check on person, hasn't seen him all day and is worried, contacted ER and person was transferred to Hospital, advised caller, Nokomis Street E.

December 5

Patrol at start of school, 1st Avenue E.

Two warnings for speed, 1st Avenue E.

Medical, no transport, 6th Avenue W.

patrol at end of school, 1st Avenue E.

Boy scout presentation, Nokomis Street W.

December 6

Suspicious activity, report that someone was behind the liquor store and other buildings, checked area and trail, cleaner in store but no one outside, Nokomis Street E.

Warning for speed, 1st Avenue E.

Patrol at start of school, 1st Avenue E.

Citation for speed, warning for registration, 1st Avenue E.

Request for student records with parent contact info, 1st Avenue E.

Assist other agency, caller was rear-ended, I-94.

Medical, transported, Main Street W.

Funeral escort, 1st Avenue E.

Found animal, caller found stray cat, informed caller that city does not pick up lost or stray cats, Main Street W.

Warning for speed, 1st Avenue E.

Patrol at end of school, 1st Avenue E.

Public assist, person wanted info about his vehicles, Main Street W.

Medical, transported, Main Street W.

Eight citations for parking in yellow no parking zone on 1st Avenue E.

911 hang-up, called back and no answer, spoke with person who stated everything was good, informed to contact Douglas County Sheriff's Office, Oak Street W.

Warning for speed, 1st Avenue E.

Warning for speed and driving conduct, State Highway 27.

Two warnings for stop sign, 1st Avenue E.

Domestic, caller stated she could hear a female yelling to leave her alone for the past 20 minutes, neighbors are gamers, told to keep the noise down, Main Street E.

December 7

Patrol at start of school, 1st Avenue E.

Threats, person is being audited by the IRS and is extremely upset with the caller, person stated he is on his way to show other person how to do her job, person did not show up, advised caller to call if he does, waited in parking lot for 30 minutes, Main Street W.

Patrol at end of school, 1st Avenue 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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Lowell Anderson has been a photographer and writer at the Echo Press since 1998.
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