Osakis Police Blotter: December 10-16
Osakis police blotter for December 10-16
OSAKIS POLICE DEPARTMENT
Medical, transported, E Osage.
Warning for speed, CR 3/Fairfield Creek Rd, Nelson.
Check welfare, caller has questions about his grandchildren and their well being, E Nokomis.
Driving complaint, all over road, spoke with driver as she pulled over to get mail, sober, just tired from work, Calvary Rd/ CR 82.
Animal complaint, caller walking client's 2 dogs when a dog came over and tried to attack the dogs, spoke with owner of dog over the phone, W Pike.
Permit to purchase handgun, E Nokomis.
Vehicle unlock, E Nokomis.
Funeral escort, CR 27/CR 82.
Assist other agency, shot up inside of house in Glenwood, Alexandria.
Grounds check, Country Club.
Property check, E Pike.
Business check, W Nokomis.
Warning for headlight out, CR 82.
Fraud/scam, caller reporting her identity has been stolen, stated that prior to July 2 females that lived in her apartment building stole money and credit cards from her, they are gone now and she doesn't have their names, will investigate with apartment owner, W Oak.
City council meeting, W Nokomis.
Alarm, general motion, person on scene said to dispatch, E 3rd Ave.
Check welfare, intoxicated male who identifies as a female keeps sending her mother disturbing messages with pictures of her drinking, caller states she is on probation and is not supposed to be drinking, W Main.
Harassment, caller states that his roommate's mom keeps calling and harassing them, she was blocked and now has someone else calling, W Main.
Medical, CR 37.
Delivered planning and zoning packets.
EBT card found at laundromat, contacted customer service and they flagged it lost, W Nokomis.
Gas drive-off, left door hanger on owner's apartment door, W Nokomis.
Person found a broken drone on sidewalk, no owner information, Nokomis.
Information, vehicle believed to be involved in shooting in St. Cloud, if located use caution and notify St. Cloud, person of interest in homicide.
This is not a comprehensive report of all local law enforcement activity, rather, a brief recap of daily calls for service.