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Osakis Police Blotter June 20-26

OSAKIS POLICE DEPARTMENT*

June 20

Door checks, Central/Main.

Bank alarm, employee error, all OK, Central Ave.

Person found wallet on roadway in Todd County, dropped off at PD, wallet returned.

Nuisance violation, spoke to building owner about ordinance violations, gave until end of July to get it up to code, E Main.

Assist other agency, air rifle found on side of road by passerby, handed off to Todd County, 27/CR 37.

Passerby spotted people fishing on Hwy 27 where it is posted no fishing by Department of Transportation, advised that landowner gave them permission to fish on their property.

Questions about parking during tarring, W Main.

Traffic stop, warning for texting violation, W Pike.

Out with stalled vehicle, no one around, secured and barely off road, notified DCSO, I-94/Hwy 27.

Checked area.

June 21

Locked park restrooms.

Door checks, Central/Main.

Warning for speed, E 3rd Ave/Hwy 27.

Personal injury accident, comp stated someone had a seizure and crashed into a tree and is unresponsive, assisted, pulled tree back up, W 7th Ave.

Barking dogs all day reported, left warning on door, W Main.

Nuisance violation, W Main.

Vehicle unlock, W Nokomis.

Warning for tint, given 30 days to get tint to legal level or cite will be issued, 27/4.

Warning for stop sign, Hwy 27.

Checked area and locked restrooms.

Sixteen nuisance letters sent for inoperable motor vehicles ordinance, given two weeks from 6/25.

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

June 22

Door checks, Central/Main.

Warning for speed, N 6th Ave/W Nokomis.

Warning for speed, CR 10/CR 3.

Two nuisance letters sent for inoperable motor vehicles ordinance, given two weeks from 6/25.

Warning for speed, CR 3/Trisco Cove Dr.

Warning for speed, CR 10/Ryan Dr.

Waning for stop sign, Main/W 1st Ave.

Warning for expired driver's license, W 1st Ave/Main.

Warning for stop sign, CR 2/CR 82.

Citation for stop sign, E 4th Ave/E Main.

Verbal warning for speed, E 1st Ave/Hwy 27.

Person had questions about obtaining a copy of his criminal history, referred to DCSO dispatch.

Business check, E Nokomis.

Medical, assist with cut on leg, will go to ER by private vehicle, E Nokomis.

Comp would like to talk about speeding on his road, comp advised that a black Grand Prix with black windows yelled out the window and sped off, will continue to watch for vehicle and monitor street, W Queen.

Business check, W Nokomis.

Verbal warning for no tail light and headlight, W 3rd Ave/W Nokomis.

Locked restrooms, E Lake.

June 23

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

Five citations for public parking after 2 a.m., Central Ave.

One warning for public parking after 2 a.m., Central Ave.

Warning for over center line and speed, CR 10/CR 3.

Park check, open restroom.

Grounds check, open restroom.

Business check.

Caller has stray dog on his porch, has tag, wants to speak to officer, dog returned to owner, W Main.

Business check.

Business check, E Pike.

Business check, E 3rd Ave.

Assist other agency, lift station buzzer going off, city contacted, E 2nd Ave/E Rush.

Park check.

Suspicious activity, overheard female pleading to be brought home/back to Duluth, spoke with comp and person, all OK, E Lake.

Funeral escort, E 1st Ave.

Business check.

Warning for tint, W 3rd Ave/W Nokomis.

Warning for speed, E Lake, Alexandria.

Business check, E 8th Ave.

Business check, W Nokomis.

Medical, flu like symptoms, assisted with info, transported, W Oak.

Domestic, girlfriend and sister are fighting, no weapons, person was leaving on arrival, verbal only, W Nokomis.

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

Check location to make contact with owner, plate was involved in drive-off, license plate was stolen from Osakis vehicle, entered as stolen in NCIC, E Nestor.

Street dance, E Nokomis, Alexandria.

Locked restrooms, E Lake.

June 24

Person has drone flying over his house and wants to shoot it with a pellet gun, advised not to shoot in town, unable to locate drone, will continue to monitor area, W Queen, Alexandria.

Gave a patron a ride home, E Nokomis, Alexandria.

Warning for headlight, E Nokomis.

Three juveniles sitting on bench at grocery store, advised it was past curfew, transported juvenile to residence and spoke with adult, W Main.

Vehicle parked with open door, passenger being dropped off, W 3rd Ave/W Main.

Medical, female passed out on landing, won't wake up, transported, W Main.

Parade traffic control, Central Ave/Nokomis.

Harassment, comp is taking person to small claims court, male is obsessively harassing comp and comp's friends, person had info on ongoing Todd County call, W Pike.

Medical, male not voiding, weak and not himself, not eating or drinking, transported, W Main.

Vehicle unlock, E 3rd Ave/E Pike.

Fire department water fight, Broadway, Alexandria.

Father alleging child abuse when son was with mother.

Business check, E Nokomis.

Locked park restrooms, E Lake.

June 25

Check welfare, father trying to get ahold of daughter, made contact, 2nd check welfare request later, person in process of leaving with her infant, no issues, E Osage.

Funeral escort, W Oak.

Debris on roadway complaint, misc personal items on road with boxes, moved to side, E Nokomis/Hwy 27.

Ten warnings for unlicensed dogs.

Assist Todd County with lift assist, not injured, Blacks Resort.

Two business checks, W Nokomis.

Locked restrooms, E Lake

June 26

Medical, female fell, bump on head, leg pain, unsure when she fell, lot of pain, transported, N 6th Ave.

Left warning on vehicle parked in school lot overnight, lot was tore up near vehicle, W 3rd Ave/W Queen.

Comp reported that a person confided that her husband had hit her, spoke with person and was advised that it happened last winter and was dealt with at that time.

Removed several fiberglass stakes and rebar stake from along roadway, per city attorney, advised property owner he would be contacted by the city, E 4th Ave.

Recreational vehicle permit issued, W Queen.

Eighteen warnings for unlicensed dogs.

Locked restrooms, E Lake.

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