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Osakis Police Blotter Jan. 17-23

OSAKIS POLICE DEPARTMENT*

January 17

Person's son crashed snowmobile into another person's deck, advised them to work it out, E 8th Ave.

Comp reported that his son and son's wife have been arguing, he dried to smooth it out this morning and took the 4 children to school, would like his son checked on as he's off his bipolar meds, would like a deputy to call him for more information, father transported person to ER voluntarily, spoke with them about picking up children at school.

Parking variance issued, Rush/ E 1st Ave.

False alarm, lobby motion, checked building and secured and reset alarm, Central Ave.

Warning for speed, 27/37.

Medical, seizures, transported, W Nokomis.

January 18

Warning for stop sign, E 1st Ave/Hwy 27.

Male threatening suicide, spoke with person who said he was just feeling sad due to family passing, denied suicidal thoughts or actions, located warrant from Mille Lacs, arrested and transported to DC jail.

Monitor school traffic, E 1st Ave.

Business check, Central Ave.

Snowbird residence check, W 6th Ave.

Foot patrol downtown.

School traffic closing, E 1st Ave.

Comp reporting inappropriate texts her daughter is receiving, E 8th Ave.

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

Opened center for Girl Scouts, W Nokomis.

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

Comp's daughter won't answer her phone, wants to talk to an officer, E Nokomis.

Warning for speed, driver had just received citation from State Patrol for expired tabs, Central Ave/ E Nokomis.

January 19

Warning for front lic plate falling off, W 4th Ave/W Nokomis.

Prepping for DARE classes and lining up classroom visits for kindergarten, E 1st Ave.

Parking variance request for loaded snowmobile trailer overnight, E 1st Ave.

Person stated that neighbor appeared to flash a gun at him as their vehicles passed on 1st Ave.

Female stated that her 19-year-old brother punched her in the face.

Public assist, W Nokomis.

Comp is trying to move out but other person is trying to argue with her, waited while person gathered item into vehicle and left, other person was sleeping, told to contact OPD if needed, E 8th Ave.

Citation for speed and warning for tail light, W 3rd Ave/W Nokomis.

January 20

Verbal argument, ongoing issue, sounded like it was physical prior night, comp and other person confronted each other in the street due to past issues, no assault occurred, advised to avoid each other.

Driving complaint, red Ford and blue Ford driving recklessly in area, complaint related to time a fight started on the street over driving conduct, warnings issued, W Main.

Property exchange, person moving out and doesn't feel safe having other person around when she is packing, E 8th Ave.

Elementary girls' basketball tournament, E 1st Ave.

Unlocked community center after someone left their coat inside after meeting, W Nokomis.

Suspicious vehicle, truck driving up and down 8th Ave slowly, employee looking for foreclosure home to winterize, advised it was still occupied.

Vehicle unlock, E Osage.

January 21

Five warnings for on-street parking after midnight.

Intoxicated female walking on the side of the road, UTL, E 8th Ave/E Nokomis.

Warning for on-street parking after 2 am, Central Ave public parking.

Medical, urinating blood and needs to be retested, request no first responders, RN is there, transported, N 6th Ave.

Unlocked community center for fundraiser group, W Nokomis.

Business check, E 8th Ave, Alexandria.

Business check, Hwy 27.

Transfer from Todd Cty, person trying to leave residence to go to ER, other person is drunk and is preventing her from leaving, allowed her to leave and advised other person to stay in residence or he'd be detoxed, E Main.

Juvenile trouble, person left on foot after getting home late and fighting with mom, found person and brought her home, discussed matter with both.

Warning for cracked tail light, E 2nd Ave/ E Nokomis.

Warning for tail light and brake light out, E 8th Ave/ E Nestor.

Warning for stop sign violation, 27/4.

Arrest, person fighting in his car, arrested for disorderly conduct, citation, held in jail until sober, E Main.

January 22

Caller has neighbor's daughter at his home since prior night, found her outside with no coat or socks, doesn't want to send her back home.

Suspicious activity, caller thinks neighbors are dealing from their home because they brought in a lot of loaves of bread and are storing them in the garage, called comp back, nothing further.

Animal complaint, raccoon in yard acting strange, UTL, E Lake.

Driving complaint from Todd Cty, red Escort all over the road, UTL.

Vehicle unlock, E 3rd Ave.

Assist other agency, male wandering around the area, recently moved and looking for person's residence, gave him ride back home, CR 3/ Hope Rd.

Basketball game, E 1st Ave.

Warning for tail light section out, citation for no proof of ins, E 1st Ave/ E Lake.

January 23

Vehicle in ditch, stuck on rocks on shoreline, Lake Osakis.

Trespassing complaint, comp wanted person to leave, asked to leave and she complied, W Main.

After school traffic patrol, E 1st Ave.

Suspicious vehicle, E Lake.

Prepping for DARE class, E 1st Ave.

Suspicious vehicle in parking lot, temp license in window from DWI arrest, expired on 1/13, will advise, E 8th Ave.

Business check, W Nokomis.

Comp states he saw a female stumbling in the liquor store who is now in Chevy sedan in parking lot, GOA/UTL, E Nokomis, Alexandria.

Assist other agency, juvenile female in stolen vehicle at Pilot, subject left prior to arrival, waited on interstate, UTL, Evergreen Ln, Alexandria.

Welfare check, comp states he's getting calls and texts that his brother is threatening to kill himself, was video chatting with gun, comp would like his mother checked on as he can't reach her and brother is staying with her, pics were old and had been addressed already by parents, everyone was fine.

Assist county deputy with traffic stop, W 4th Ave/ W Main.

*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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