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Osakis Police Blotter May 8-14

OSAKIS POLICE DEPARTMENT*

May 8

Traffic hazard, sign on road under bridge, aluminum cover possibly from a semi trailer, removed, Hwy 27.

Suspicious person, male talking to himself about people dying, walking toward laundromat, spoke with person, W Nokomis.

Assist other agency, vehicle swerving over lines, spoke with driver, stated she was trying to stay out of the puddles, CR 82/Liberty Rd, Alexandria.

Two vehicles stopped, one vehicle cited for no muffler, other vehicle warned for tint and told to remove it, N 6th Ave/W Nokomis.

May 9

Door checks, Central/Main.

False alarm, main door, E Nokomis.

Left message for owner to stop in and pay for gas, W Nokomis.

Gas drive off, contacted person and he came in and paid, W Nokomis.

Suspicious activity, comp would like an officer to listen to a strange message on his answering machine, robo-scam, informed to block numbers and not call them, W Queen.

Assist other agency, Midwest Monitoring has not heard from a client, spoke with person who stated she gets many calls from unknown numbers and does not answer, informed she should answer, PBT test given and result was .000, E 8th Ave.

Comp stated she lost trifold wallet by firehall and Tiptop, black and checkered, E Nokomis.

May 10

Door checks, Central/Main.

Public assist, Lake.

Traffic hazard, removed advertising from right of way, will contact company, E Nokomis/Hwy 27.

Littering complaint, removed advertising signage from ditch, Nokomis/Hwy 27.

Vehicle unlock, E 1st Ave.

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

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

Warning for speed, W 3rd Ave/W Queen.

Anonymous driving complaint of loud vehicle speeding on Pike Street, contacted person and warned.

Numerous complaints form Pike Street residents regarding baseball and track players speeding to the athletic complex from school daily, contacted baseball coach and asked him to speak to his players.

Delivered planning and zoning member packets.

Patrol at girl's softball game, athletic complex.

Business check, W Nokomis.

Patrolled bike trail.

May 11

Medical, female with chest pain, transported, E Lake.

Assisted with city-wide cleanup.

A total of 22 warnings issued for unlicensed dogs.

Assist other agency, comp has questions about what she can do about her 16-year-old daughter coming home late or not at all, spoke with mom about options, mentioned juvenile runaway procedures, will call back if needed, Alexandria.

May 12

Patrol activity, W Nokomis.

Suspicious activity, heard music in backroom during business check, door was ajar, looked inside and found an apartment set up, no one home, vehicle parked behind business, will follow up regarding ordinance violation, W Nokomis.

Disturbance at establishment, removed person from property per bartender and gave him a ride home, E Nokomis.

Gave a patron a ride home per his request, E Nokomis.

Business check, Central Ave.

A total of 25 warnings issued for unlicensed dogs.

Vehicle unlock, W Nokomis.

Made contact with driver, will pay ASAP, accidental, W Nokomis.

Recreational vehicle permit issued, W 5th Ave.

Vehicle vs deer, no injuries, moderate damage to vehicle, Hwy 27.

Warning for tail light out and wrong address on driver's license, W 8th Ave/W Nokomis.

May 13

Medical, male with chest pain, assisted, transported, W Nokomis.

Juvenile in possession of vape paraphernalia, citation issued by mail, E 1st Ave.

Assist other agency, vehicle all over the road, warning issued, CR 82/Liberty Rd, Alexandria.

Attempt to locate person to arrest for domestic assault, person turned himself in, Douglas County deputy transported to jail, Osakis/Alexandria.

Comp stated that after reporting criminal activity in the Twin Cities she has received several text messages from a weird number, they do not appear to be connected, Central Ave.

Checked area for someone living in a laundromat, no signs of person being there, W Nokomis.

Warning for speed, CR 3/W Nokomis.

Warning for speed, W 4th Ave/W Nokomis.

May 14

Found boxes and checkbook, returned to owner, E Nokomis.

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