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Osakis Police Blotter: October 13-19

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October 13

Patrol school area.

Civil issue over vehicle, both names are on title, Nestor Street E.

Patrol school area, 1st Avenue E.

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Public assist, gas drive-off, person says it was unintentional, will pay right away, Nokomis Street W.

October 14

Medical, transported, Oak Street W.

Patrol due to heavy traffic at start of school, 1st Avenue E.

Permit to acquire handgun issued, Nokomis Street E.

Warning for speed, 1st Avenue E.

Patrol due to heavy traffic at end of school, 1st Avenue E.

Warning for phone use while driving, 1st Avenue E.

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Stopped for tint on windshield, no tint, I-94/State Highway 27.

Warning for no plate, driver said it was in back window but it fell, repositioned, 6th Avenue E.

Nuisance violation, person was contacted because awning is badly ripped, stated difficulty in finding someone to remove and repair it, Main Street W.

Nuisance violation, message was left for person in reference to the state of his building, Main Street W.

October 15

Warning for driving around barricades, 1st Avenue E.

HRO violation, person is texting another person's sister about him, possible harassment restraining order violation, Nestor Street E.

Birthday party request to open bathrooms, already winterized, Lake Street E.

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Warning for driving around barricades, State Highway 27.

Public assist, person wanting a live trap for a woodchuck, most likely a muskrat, unable to locate, Central Avenue.

Warning for speed, farm truck, County Road 3 SE.

Warning for failure to signal, 1st Avenue W.

October 16

Warning for failure to signal turn, 1st Avenue E.

Suspicious person, walking by park wearing no shoes, wandering near caller's house, person stated he had an argument and needed to walk, offered a ride.

Caller stating that person is using drugs, 5th Avenue E.

Warning for following too closely, I-94/State Highway 27.

Assist State Patrol near Garfield exit, report of man running across the lanes, two persons located, dropped off with fuel, I-94.

Warning for speed, 1st Avenue E.

Warning for registration, County Road 10 SE.

Warning for no headlights, Nokomis Street W.

Check welfare, caller states he received a call from another person who thought he might be going into a seizure, wants an officer to check on him, Oak Street W.

911 hang-up, open line, no answer, medical, transported, Oak Street W.

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

October 17

Fire alarm, cancel per fire chief on scene, Main Street W.

Patrol school area at start of school, 1st Avenue E.

Patrol school area at end of school, 1st Avenue E.

Warning for speed, 1st Avenue E.

October 18

Medical, transported, Oak Street W.

Patrol school area in morning, 1st Avenue E.

Patrol school area in afternoon, 1st Avenue E.

Animal complaint, spoke to dog owner, has electric collars on dogs, one dog not registered, caller was informed and stated they would provide photos next time, 8th Avenue W.

Public assist, vehicle unlock, Nokomis Steet E.

Suspicious activity, Pike Street W.

Motorist assist/stall, vehicle broken down, wouldn't accept help, vehicle towed, I-94/State Highway 27.

October 19

Warning for stop sign, 2nd Avenue E.

Warning for speed, 1st Avenue E.

Patrol, 1st Avenue E.

Warning for speed, 1st Avenue E.

Warning for illegal window tint, given two weeks to correct or citation will be mailed, 1st Avenue E.

Permit to carry handgun, Nokomis Street E.

Patrol, 1st Avenue E.

Warning for speed, 1st Avenue E.

Suspicious vehicle, owner notified they have 48 hours to move it or it will be towed, 1st Avenue E.

Fight/assault, caller said his step-child was assaulted at school by another student, 1st Avenue E.

Drug related activity, unfounded, Lake Street E.

Public assist, Nokomis Street W.

Patrol at football game, 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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