Osakis Police Blotter: May 27-June 3

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May 27

Theft of cell phone from apartment reported, reported prior week and determined to be civil, W Main.

Caller believes his pain medication was stolen over night, W Main.

Theft, someone took $400 from person to bail someone else out of jail, handled earlier, civil mater, W Main.


Fire alarm, alarm company called back, cancel per key holder, W Main.

Complaint of kids fishing from bridge on Hwy 27, advised to more off of highway, Blacks Resort.

May 28

Nuisance violation, large dead tree in backyard scattering branches in other neighbor's yards, left message for owner, W Oak.

Harassment, person was drunk and entered business and yelled vulgar obscenities at teen employee, warned person with little success, W Main.

Suspicious activity, callers states female that lives there is using and is now sitting outside with three males in a vehicle, caller is not sure what they are doing, E Main.

Medical, female unconscious and breathing, trouble with pacemaker, transported, W Main.

Medical, male having trouble breathing, transported, W Oak.


May 29

Noise complaint, caller states person in vehicle is playing very loud music, spoke to person and told her to keep the music off, E Main.

Vehicle unlock, Fire Hall.

Attempted fraud, husband's identity was stolen, just wanted documentation, W 8th Ave.

Warning for speed, W 8th Ave/W Nokomis.

Citation for driving after suspension, warning for missing front license plate, W 4th Ave/W Nokomis.

May 30

Drunk female harassing apartment tenants, was told to go to apartment numerous times with no success, it was later reported that she was flashing other tenants, transported to detox again, W Main.


May 31

Warning for brake light out and no front license plate, E 1st Ave/Hwy 27.

Warning for use of electronics while driving, Todd Cty 51/115 Ave.

Warning for speed, Todd Cty Rd 51.

Trespassing compliant, woman walking in trailer park with her dog, gone on arrival, E Pike.

Warning for speed, E 2nd Ave/E Nokomis.

Animal complaint, spoke with person about barking dog, she is working with vet on what they can do, W 7th Ave.

Warning for speed, 27/Lake.


Person reporting theft of a bike, spoke with person who said bike was missing when he got off work, E Main.

Caller stating her 13-year-old son went to the park and has not returned, friends he was with are accounted for, person called back and she found him, E Lake.

June 1

Driving complaint, erratic driving, excessive speed, ran a red light, E 3rd Ave, Alexandria.

Animal complaint, unleashed dog and not picking up waste, spoke to person about leash law and picking up after dog, E Lake.

Vehicle unlock.

Caller wants to report a dog bite, E Nokomis.

Medical, alarm with no contact, accidental push, W Main.


Assist other agency, gravel truck on fire on field road near DATA trail, assisted getting fire trucks out of hall, Hope Rd.

Stolen vehicle, missing last couple of hours from parking lot, bank called and they had the vehicle towed, female made aware of it, E Main.

Warning for speed, E 1st Ave/E Nokomis.

Animal complaint, people walking dogs off leash, patrolled area, gone on arrival, E Pike.

Controlled substance, DWI and drug paraphernalia, Central Ave.

Juvenile trouble, 15-year-old daughter arguing with mom, person is autistic and got mad at mom, helped calm her down.

June 2

Garbage truck clipped a utility wire, unknown type, Arvig contacted, E 5th Ave/E Lake.


Driving complaint, warned for driving conduct, N 6th Ave/W Nokomis.

Check welfare, caller is worried his mother is abusing his father, has reported in the past but father has always denied it out of fear, house was dark, will have day shift follow up.

Lost dog, returned to owners, CR 10.

Medical, 85-year-old female with difficulty breathing, chest pain, vomiting, transported, Central Ave.

June 3

Todd County received three 911 hang ups, no one on other end, no answer, another officer notified and contacted them, all fine, W Nokomis.

Vehicle unlock, W Oak.

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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