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Osakis Police Department Blotter Aug. 1-8


August 1

Drug related activity, E Lake.

Runaway, father picked up child, E Main.

Gas line hit, gas leak, W 1st Ave/ W Nokomis.


August 2

Male pacing in front of house and pounding on door, not there at this time, probation violation, sent info to Anoka County probation, person intoxicated on 8/2 denied harassing comp, did knock on door, E Lake.

Comp believes his PIN was stolen, W Nokomis.

Minor crash, no injuries, report completed, W Main.

Gas drive-off, got ahold of vehicle owner who was on his way back to pay, W Nokomis.

Comp states they gave their cats to Humane Society but kept one, cat got into poison and is sick, Humane Soc told them to call if they needed help after hours, told them to contact vet, W Nokomis.

Warrant-other jurisdiction, ignore, E 8th Ave.

Warrant-other jurisdiction, search warrant, adult arrest, E Lake.

August 3

False alarm, W Nokomis.

Suspicious activity, someone possibly using someone else's credit card, gathering camera footage, W Nokomis.

Property damage, back window busted out in parked van, no signs of vandalism, appears it broke on its own, W Main.

Complaint of neighbor dog bothering him and attacked some kids, will take dogs to Humane Society, E Lake.

Suspicious vehicle, came to pick up belongings for person with warrant, E Lake.

August 4

Warning for speed, 27/ 141.

Business check, AJ's.

Warning for speed, W Nokomis.

Assist other agency, help search for person involved in verbal domestic, located before arrival, Todd Cty.

Neighbor moving sump pump hose and it keeps flooding comp's basement, will request it be located through city, told neighbor not to move hose, E Lake.

Assault, spoke with officer on 8/2, wants to press charges and talk to officer to file report.

August 5

To St. Cloud to get cell phones, attempted to serve warrants on three persons, no contact, checked cabin, no one there, St. Cloud.

Two stray dogs found with tags but no name or phone number, dogs picked up, met officers, warning issued to owner, E Nokomis.

Theft of salvaged copper tubing, E 2nd Ave.

Citation for speed, E 2nd Ave/ E Nokomis.

Business check, E Nokomis.

Park check, locked restrooms, E Lake.

Citation for speed, E 1st Ave/ E Oak.

Threats complaint from soon to be ex-owner, several unwanted text messages with one generalized threat, left message with person, no contact, E Main.

Assist other agency, transported person arrested by Todd Cty to DC jail.

August 6

Business check, W Main.

Nuisance viol, warning for trailer/ pontoon parked on street overnight, E 3rd Ave/ E Pike.

Bar check, E Nokomis.

False alarm, commercial burglary alarm, doors secure, Central Ave.

Warning for brake light out, W Nokomis.

Driving complaint, red car - possibly a Prius- ran vehicle off road, three occupants, GOA/ UTL, I-94/ Hwy 27.

Assist other agency, request for assistance with unlawful boaters at access, patrolled access, no one around, was probably Battle Point access, Lake Osakis.

Business check, E Nokomis.

Patrolled park, locked restrooms, E Lake.

Warning for speed, Central Ave/ E Nokomis.

Warning for white clearance lights on cab, N 6th Ave/ W Main.

Warning for tail light out, citation for no proof of ins, N 6th Ave/ W Nokomis.

Assist other agency, 911 hangup, verbal domestic, parties agreed to stay separated until morning, West Union.

August 7

Medical, low BP and O2, transported, W Main.

Complaint of 2 dogs continuously barking, warning left on door for owner, W Oak.

Search warrant for property reference, St. Cloud.

August 8

Medical, call from Todd Cty, male with trouble breathing, transported, E 2nd Ave.

Nuisance viol, verbal warning for ordinance violations, E Main.

Vehicle unlock, E Nokomis.

Missing person, 13 YO boy, child with parent, W Queen.

Report of damaged mailbox, 3 mailboxes damaged by maroon truck, truck drove away, under investigation, E Lake.

Warrant- other jurisdiction, Todd Cty warrant, UTL.

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