Osakis Police Blotter Oct. 18-24
OSAKIS POLICE DEPARTMENT*
Suspicious person, male fell on DATA trail and was crawling, found laying in grass, assisted to residence a block away.
Juvenile trouble, 12-year-old daughter out of control and throwing things.
Medical, elderly female fell and has bloody nose and bump on eye, transported, W Main.
Directing traffic, W 3rd Ave/W Pike.
Information alert, male left Staples possibly heading to Bernadot, was going to kill himself and had knife, cancelled by Todd Cty.
Vehicle unlock, E 3rd Ave.
Nuisance violation, knocked on door and left hanger notifying resident they have until 10/31 to clean up yard or be issued citation, E Main.
Mutual aid with Sauk Centre for barn fire, requesting water and manpower.
Warning for passing in turn lane, E Nokomis/Hwy 27.
Report of suspicious person, patrolled area and unable to find anyone, W Pike.
Warning for speed, E 1st Ave/E Nokomis.
Burning complaint, unfounded, having small campfire party, E 1st Ave.
Warning for tail light out and no proof of insurance, E Nokomis/Hwy 27.
Warning for tail light, E 1st Ave/E Rush.
Alarm, north hall motion, cancelled per alarm company, E Pike.
Public assist, driver out of gas and has someone on the way, E 3rd Ave/Hwy 27.
Lift station pump alarm, contacted city supervisor, Lake, Alexandria.
Public assist, would like an escort to retrieve belongings from ex's house.
Burning complaint, neighbor burning large pile of leaves, warned that burn permit needed for anything but a campfire, told to put it out, E 1st Ave.
Burning complaint, heavy smoke between city buildings, unfounded, campfire with kids who have been putting leaves on fire, W 3rd Ave/W Pike.
Assist other agency, CP assistance, W Nokomis.
Domestic, male and female arguing in grey Pontiac, verbal, no physical or threats.
Medical, patient with severe nosebleed, transported, W Main.
Warning for stop sign, Hwy 27.
Vehicle unlock, E Main.
Funeral escort, W 3rd Ave/W Nokomis.
School bus stop arm violation, vehicle parked, left message for owner, W 1st Ave/W Oak.
Vehicle unlock, E Nokomis, Alexandria.
Assisted with DCSS arranged cat removal, 12 cats brought to animal care and control shelter in Sauk Centre, W Nokomis.
Welfare check, mom and 19-year-old son, female screaming, father left in vehicle, will attempt to locate and speak with him.
False alarm, garage door, E 3rd Ave.
POR compliance check.
Complaint of mentally ill person, husband is back and caller locked door, spoke with husband, not mentally ill.
*This is not a comprehensive report of all local law enforcement activity; rather, a brief recap of daily calls for service.