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Osakis Police Blotter March 14-19


March 14

Foot patrol, door checks, Central/Main.

Parking complaint, citation for on-street parking after midnight, W Pike.

Medical, elderly male, difficulty breathing, assisted, transported, W Pike.

Vehicle unlock, W Pike.

Presence at school for student walkout, E 1st Ave.

Education presentation, DARE, E 1st Ave.

Driving complaint, Jeep all over the road, almost hit two cars, driver distracted, warning issued, E 1st Ave/E Pike.

Welfare check, Fergus crisis unit received call from female yelling and asking what they would do if someone was overdosing, hung up, person stated she was fed up with them as number they gave her was disconnected, intoxicated but not suicidal, only slightly depressed.

Citation for speed, Central Ave/E Oak.

March 15

Juvenile trouble, 12-year-old out of control, spoke with child and parent, W 7th Ave.

Medical, older lady fell and has small cut on head, possible broken arm, transported, Central Ave.

Assist Douglas County Social Services.

Suspicious activity, Subway employees state that person comes in and acts in a manner that frightens them and customers, talks loudly to himself and gets animated and agitated, walks through store and stares down staff, information only.

Warning for speed, CR 10/CR 3.

March 16

Medical, 93-year-old male, right side weakness, transported, W Main.

Assist other agency, out with Douglas County Social Services.

Overnight parking ordinance variance requested, granted, E Pike.

Warning for cracked windshield, W 1st Ave/W Oak.

Person is harassing another person at place of employment in Alex, advised to have employer trespass him and contact Alex Police if further problems at work, E Lake.

Comp said her ex has moved out but plans on coming over tomorrow to get his stuff, comp does not want him there and would like to discuss options, advised both persons that correct way to resolve property issues is in small claims court.

Medical, male passing out, assisted with info, transported, W Nokomis.

Comp is mother of person, they plan to get his stuff tomorrow, comp wants to know what can and can't be done about getting his things, W Main.

Business check, E Nokomis.

Parking complaint, people parking in his parking spaces, advised comp that because it is private property OPD has no jurisdiction, made contact with one vehicle owner, E Main.

Warning for headlight out, citation for DAS, N 6th Ave/W Nokomis.

Bar check, E 8th Ave.

March 17

Seven warnings for on-street parking after midnight.

Business check, Hwy 27.

Citation for downtown parking after 2 a.m., Central Ave.

Warning for downtown parking after 2 a.m., W Main.

Business check.

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

Business check.

Assist other agency, comp states her and boyfriend got into verbal and physical altercation, Maple Dr, Alexandria.

Warning for speed, I-94/Hwy 27.

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

Business checks.

Overnight parking ordinance variance requested for several vehicles at residence, granted, E Osage.

Warning for speed, Hwy 27.

Driving complaint, motorist reported being passed by Audi going at least 80, intercepted vehicle observed speeding, citation for speed and no proof of insurance, CR 51.

Overnight parking ordinance variance request approved, Central Ave.

Business check, W Nokomis.

Warning for over fog line, weaving, no driver's license in possession and expired driver's license, W 8th Ave/W Nokomis.

Warning for tail light section out, W 1st Ave/W Nokomis.

Warning for inattentive driving and loose rear license plate, E Osage.

Business check.

Warning for tail light section out and tint, W 8th Ave/W Nokomis.

Warning for speed, CR 82, Alexandria.

Warning for headlight out, CR 82.

Warning for speed, E Nokomis.

March 18

Assist other agency, attempt to locate person for HRO violation for Glenwood PD, arrested person at his apartment with no incident, transported to DC Jail per Glenwood request.

Business check.

Property check.

Warning for speed, 27/170.

Citation for speed, 27/170.

Medical, male collapsed, assisted with info, completed run sheet for OEMR, transported, W Nokomis.

Warning for no front license plate, plate on dash, E 1st Ave/Hwy 27.

Warning for tail light out, W 8th Ave/W Queen.

Warning for on-street parking after midnight, E 8th Ave.

March 19

Overnight parking ordinance variance requested, granted, W Main.

Four warnings for on-street parking after midnight.

Suspicious activity, found open sliding door on van parked in driveway, secured door and left note for the owner, E Nokomis.

Juvenile trouble, problem with high school student not wanting to go to school, E 1st Ave.

Assist during soft lock-down, E 1st Ave.

Meeting at school, E 1st Ave.

Warning for headlight, tail light covers, uncovered LED off-road light and window tint, CR 3/Trisco Cove Dr.

Phone scam, comp was contacted by her alleged grandson who requested $8,000 from her due to being arrested for his friend's drugs in his car, no personal info given, comp hung up.

Juvenile trouble, would like to give heads-up on what's happening with her son, son was told to leave the residence for the night, comp wanted an officer to speak to son, W 1st Ave.

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