OSAKIS POLICE DEPARTMENT

November 20

Commercial burglary alarm, cash vault motion, cleaning crew set off alarm, everything OK, Central Ave.

Picked up mail for city, E Nokomis.

Black lab out bothering neighbors, advised dog owner's daughters will be home from school soon, dogs not leaving yard and both have electric fence collars on, W 8th Ave.

Request for permit to purchase handgun approved, E Nokomis.

AWR repossessed a vehicle, W 7th Ave.

Animal complaint, husky with pink collar loose in the area, transported to OPD to be held for 24 hours.

Vehicle unlock, N 6th Ave.

November 21

False alarm, unit and hallway smoke, resident was cooking and set off alarm in bedroom, W Main.

Warning for speed, Hwy 27/Todd County 141st.

Delivered building permit to property owner working on garage, W Nokomis.

Attempt to locate, Todd County request watch for stolen vehicle, 94 green and silver Escort, 27/Osakis.

ATV permit issued, E Nokomis.

Two applications for permit to acquire handguns, E Nokomis.

Juvenile trouble, caller says her 17-year-old showed up home drunk and the friends she was with are at Gas Mart now, spoke with caller at her house, located suspect vehicle at person 1's property, person 1 stated he brought the alcohol from his residence but did not drink anything, tested .000, stated he was the only one driving, person 2 denied drinking but tested .04 with mother's permission, person 4 had been dropped off prior and had not been drinking.

Medical, female student with neck injury in the gym, transported, E 1st Ave.

Check welfare, friends of person were worried that after he got arrested his mother was not being taken care of, she will be checked on in the morning and there is no immediate concern, Lake.

November 22

Two-vehicle property damage accident, Central Ave.

Medical, 85-year-old male lethargic and retaining fluids, transported, W Main.

Check welfare, employer called about person not showing up for work, had just been in hospital, person made contact via text, all OK, W Pike.

Animal complaint, caller observed a Chevy Equinox stop by the DATA trail and throw out a large orange cat and then drive off, caller will take the cat to the humane society in Alexandria, N 6th Ave/CR 3.

OK'd parking variance for truck, E 2nd Ave.

November 23

Five warnings for on-street parking after midnight.

Gas drive-off, unintentional, W Nokomis.

Education/presentation, ASHER training, E 1st Ave.

Warning for headlight and no current proof of insurance, E 1st Ave/E Oak.

Bar check, E Nokomis.

Business check, Hwy 27.

Business check at closing, W Nokomis.

November 24

Warning for on-street parking after midnight, W Oak.

Business check, Central Ave.

Talking about gun safety with Girl Scouts, E 1st Ave.

November 25

Suspicious activity, caller received call from an unknown person who had all her financial information, E Main.

Mentally ill person, caller wants to know how to get his keys back, W Main.

Traffic hazard, cables down, E Main.

Public assist, W Main.

Found animal, owner picked up, W Main.

Person believes owners fraudulently got money from him, attempted to contact the caller and left a voicemail, E Nokomis.

November 26

Medical, 16-year-old cut herself on her legs with a razor, conscious, has had suicidal tendencies in the past, taken to hospital via ambulance.

Warning for headlight out, W 4th Ave/W Nokomis.

Unlocked community center for event, W Nokomis.

Warning for headlight out, Central Ave/W Nokomis.

Warning for stop sign violation, Central Ave/W Nokomis.

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