OSAKIS POLICE DEPARTMENT

January 15

Medical, 84-year-old female with back spasms, requesting no first responders, transported, E Lake.

DARE classes, E 1st Ave.

Stopped vehicle due to driver appearing to be person with arrest warrant, not the correct person, N 6th Ave/W Nokomis.

Assisted with inquiry about possible stolen trailer from Todd County, referred to Todd County, E Nokomis.

Assist Sauk Centre police with check on juvenile at school, E 1st Ave.

Gas drive-off, caller believes it was intentional, clerk said person came back and paid after remembering, W Nokomis.

Gas leak, caller smells gas in house, ice fell from roof and damaged gas meter, E Lake.

Warning for expired tabs, CR 51/150th St.

Sauk River Watershed District meeting.

Fire, towel on fire and smoke in building, fire out, person stated that while she was sleeping another person lit the towel in the bathroom on fire, person said he did it because his mother said she was going to to burn their games, W Main.

Vehicle unlock, W Nokomis.

Door checks, Central/Main.

January 16

School resource officer time, E 1st Ave.

Medical, 84-year-old female fell and hit her head, alert and oriented, transported, W Main.

Opening community center, W Nokomis.

School resource officer shift, E 1st Ave.

Medical, female fell and cut her arm and hurt her leg, will be transporting by private vehicle to ER, W Main.

Patrol at end of school, E 1st Ave.

Request by Alexandria police to make contact with person, no one at residence, left door hanger, E Lake.

Assist other agency, felony warrant for violating conditions of release, papers to serve on subject also, adult arrest, W 7th Ave, Alexandria.

Medical, female with diabetic reaction, low blood sugar and vomiting, transported, N 6th Ave.

January 17

Grounds check.

Assist other agency, E Nokomis.

Business check, W Nokomis.

Vehicle in ditch, gone, Hwy 27/CR 4.

January 18

Anonymous complaint of juvenile party, warned to turn music down, E Pike.

Vehicle unlock, Calvary Rd.

Medical, abdominal pain, assisted with initial info, transported, E 2nd Ave.

January 19

Vehicle in ditch, wants to leave it there, called for tow, W 8th Ave/W Queen.

Drug related activity, forwarded intel to task force.

Unlocked community center for DNR snowmobile class, W Nokomis.

Gas drive-off, maroon Ford F150 last seen heading east, employee felt it was not an accident, left messages for person, spoke with registered owner who said he junked the vehicle and someone stole the plates from it, W Nokomis.

Business check, Central Ave.

Citation for speed, CR 3/CR 73.

Alarm, cancelled prior to dispatch, false alarm, E Pike.

January 20

Caller has temporary custody of grandchild, the father had visitation last weekend and he will not return the child, caller is going to pick up the child.

Assisted with getting woman into the house who had a cast on, W Queen.

Warning for speed, CR 82.

Suspicious activity, caller witnessed a girl walking and a man in a dark Explorer pulled up next to her so close she pushed off the vehicle, no plate, E Lake.

Medical, 90-year-old male having trouble breathing, sick and weak, transported, E 7th Ave.

January 21

Child exchange, E Nokomis.

School resource officer time, E 1st Ave.

Assist Douglas County Social Services at the school with interview, E 1st Ave.

Medical, male with trouble breathing, no transport, W Main.

Business/grounds check.

Business check, W Nokomis.

Warning for tabs, CR 78/CR 82.

Warning for headlight out, CR 82/2nd Ave E.

Assist State Patrol with lights, I-94.

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