Osakis Police Blotter March 20-26
OSAKIS POLICE DEPARTMENT*
Assist other agency, caller reporting her brother is drunk and threatened her friend with a bat, he then ran to his car and chased him out of town, Carlos.
DARE classes, E 1st Ave.
Warning for failure to stop at stop sign, W 8th Ave/W Nokomis.
Comp had Trailblazer stuck on lake about 20 yards from shore near landing, tow truck cannot help, wondering if someone with a tractor could help, pushed vehicle off lake, Lake Osakis.
Warning for window tint, W 4th Ave/W Nokomis.
Citation for not wearing seatbelt, W 1st Ave/W Nokomis.
Warning for not wearing seatbelt, called parents, W 2nd Ave/W Nokomis.
Lunch with senior high students, E 1st Ave.
DARE class, W 4th Ave.
Citation for failure to stop at stop sign, W 8th Ave/W Nokomis.
Visited 2nd grade class, E 1st Ave.
Complaint of violation of OFP, unable to locate person, no violation, text message was sent prior to OFP due to unblocking phone number, W Main.
Assisted person in recovering her vehicle, brought dog that was inside and owned by another person to humane society due to owner being in jail, E Nestor.
Business check, E Nokomis.
OFP violation, person advised he misdailed his phone and hung up when he realized it, will delete person's number to avoid future misdails, E Osage.
Business check, W Nokomis.
Suspicious vehicle, observed vehicle driving around the block and parking in odd areas, made contact when parked, playing Pokemon, W 2nd Ave/W Main.
Patrol at start of school, E 1st Ave.
Complaint said that neighbor is letting their dogs run loose again, left door hanger to contact OPD, both dogs have fence collars but one's battery might be dead, W 7th Ave.
Possible missing child, 7-year-old female, child was taken to school by her dad, E 1st Ave.
Permit to acquire handgun, E Nokomis.
Patrol at end of school, E 1st Ave.
Questions on parking restrictions in city.
Suspicious activity, complaint of medication packages missing or taken, out of city limits, referred to Todd County, medication later located, CR 10.
Warning for speed, E 1st Ave/Hwy 27.
Warning for speed, Hwy 27/170th.
Warning for speed and no proof of insurance, Hwy 27/170th.
Teen requesting his car's tint be checked for percentage, E 6th Ave.
Business check, E Main.
Warning for speed, W 1st Ave/W Nokomis.
Warning for tail light section out, E 4th Ave/E Nokomis.
Suspicious person, Central Ave.
Assist other agency, driving complaint in Todd Cty, spoke with permit holder learning to drive, CR 10.
Patrol at end of school.
Grounds check, E 8th Ave, Alexandria.
Business check, E Pike.
Business check, Central Ave.
Assisted Parkers Prairie police in getting phone numbers for two people, Smith Lake Rd.
Person signed trespassing papers, E Nokomis.
Welfare check, Osakis Public School got info that a kid Googled how to die, would like him checked on, all was good, spoke with dad, W Main.
Warning for tail light out, E 2nd Ave/E Nokomis.
Assist other agency, E 1st Ave/E Nokomis.
Medical, female who had surgery prior day having difficulty breathing, transported, W 1st Ave.
Fire alarm, W Main.
Person needs escort to property to get his belongings, E Osage.
Citation for failure to stop at stop sign, E 4th Ave/E Nokomis.
Warning for failure to stop, 27/4.
Citation for failure to stop at stop sign, E 1st Ave/Hwy 27.
Warning for failure to stop, W 4th Ave/W Nokomis.
Warning for failure to stop, CR 51.
Anonymous complaint of male trying to get into a car with a hanger, locked keys in car with it running, got it unlocked, E 8th Ave/E Nestor.
Animal complaint, dogs won't leave person alone, found no dogs in area, E Main.
Citation for speed, warning for no driver's license, CR 4/27.
Medical, 73 year old with chest pain, requested no first responders, transported, N 6th Ave.
Assist Douglas County Social Services, W Oak.
Property exchange, plans to bring truck fell through, loaded car and will return with OPD and truck at later date for large items, E Osage.
Vehicle out of gas, gave occupants a ride to get gas and assisted with filling vehicle, Todd County 51/150th.
Suspicious person, male walking back and forth on street for an hour with hands in pockets, black clothes and in 20s, unable to locate, E Lake.
Domestic, comp was on phone with a couple that he lives with, lots of yelling and screaming in background, E Main.
Medical, elderly patient not feeling well, transported, N 6th Ave.
Fire alarm, just testing alarms, E 3rd Ave.
Patrol at end of school, E 1st Ave.
Warning for stop sign violation, E 3rd Ave/Hwy 27.
*This is not a comprehensive report of all local law enforcement activity; rather, a brief recap of daily calls for service.