OSAKIS POLICE DEPARTMENT

March 4

Animal complaint, shorthair dog running in neighborhood, left warning on door to check electronic collar, W 8th Ave.

DARE class, St. Agnes Catholic School.

Warning for expired registration, N 6th Ave/W Nokomis.

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Lost wallet, person later advised it was recovered, W Nokomis.

March 5

Golden retriever with blue shock collar found, E Nokomis.

Medical, transported, N 6th Ave.

DARE classes, E 1st Ave.

Lunch with students, E 1st Ave.

School resource officer time, E 1st Ave.

Firecracker complaint, could not locate any fireworks, E 1st Ave.

Warning for headlight and tint, given 10 days to provide proof of insurance, W 8th Ave/W Nokomis.

Warning for stop sign, Hwy 27.

March 6

Assist other agency, caller saw flashlights in woods outside their camper, heard and saw three people walking, CR 78.

Foot patrol, Central/Main.

Assist with pursuit, I-94, Evansville.

Child endangerment, heard what sounded like a child being hit and heard them yell "ow," spoke with person who stated her twin boys kicked her in the chest and she pulled him away by the arm, place was filthy, one boy playing with small torch lighter and they were all sleeping in the living room, W Main.

Vehicle unlock, W Oak.

Vehicle unlock.

Dog complaint, large black lab wandering through yards past few days, warning left on door for owner, W Queen.

March 7

Safe server trainings, W Nokomis.

Warning for speed, E 1st Ave/Lions park.

Burglary, manager was notified of a blue car in the maintenance road near shed, male trying to get into shed, checked area and DATA trail, unable to locate suspect vehicle, golf course.

Person found cat, thinks it's a stray, caller informed that police department does not take cats, she will attempt to find it a home, W Main.

Medical, transported, W Oak.

Parking complaint, vehicle backed into angled spot facing wrong way on one way, issued citation, Central Ave.

Vehicle unlock, W Main.

Caller was at grocery store and could smell gas, W Main.

March 8

Caller wanted to talk to an officer about harassment, female with mental health issues, stated her residence was bugged, nothing found, W Main.

Warning for speed, Hwy 27.

Attempted fraud/scam.

Found phone, W Nokomis.

Gas drive-off, made contact, they will take care of it the next day, W Nokomis.

Very intoxicated male keeps calling to talk to police officer, not making sense, hangs up when trying to transfer call, verbal domestic, nothing further, E main.

March 9

Warning for fog line violation, CR 2/CR 82.

Lost dogs, three pugs missing, no collar or tags, E Lake.

Medical, transported, W Main.

Warning for speed, E 1st Ave/Hwy 27.

Warning for suspended object, 27/4.

Assist other agency, per Stearns County, check on female who made suicidal threats, she advised she did make threats but not suicidal at this time, advised agency of findings, Central Ave.

Warning for tail light violation, Central Ave.

Medical, assist, transported, W Main.

Citation for driving after revocation and no proof of insurance, W Lake/W King.

March 10

Two citations for parking after 2 a.m., W Main.

Citation for parking after 2 a.m., E Main.

Citation for parking left to curb, W Pike.

This is not a comprehensive report of all local law enforcement activity, rather, a brief recap of daily calls for service.