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Police blotter Aug. 28

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News Brainerd, 56401
Brainerd Dispatch
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Brainerd MN 506 James St. / PO Box 974 56401

Brainerd police

SUSPICIOUS — Received a report of a suspicious male lurking in the bushes outside the fence of the Mid-Minnesota Women’s Shelter at 8:37 p.m. Sunday.

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THEFTS — Thefts from parked vehicles were reported Sunday on Ivy Street and Pine Street.

Park United Methodist Church, 300 block of North Sixth Street, Friday, reported a theft of a laptop computer.

THREAT — Received a report from an individual who said a suspect threatened him with a knife outside a bar on the 600 block of Laurel Street.

ARREST — Received a report of an intoxicated man yelling on the street at 10:36 p.m. Saturday on K Street and 12th Avenue Northeast and arrested Lori A. Tverberg, 48, for probation violation.

CAUTION — Received a report of a semi stuck on the railroad tracks at K Street and Third Avenue and called a tow truck.

Crow Wing sheriff

THEFT — Christopher Alexander, 40000 block of Sunset View Lane, Fifty Lakes, Saturday reported theft of a Jet Ski.

SUSPICIOUS — Received a request for a welfare check after a shirtless man was running across the road like he was being chased. The report came in at 11:09 p.m. Friday on Highway 371 and the Gull Lake Dam Road.

BURGLARIES — Received a report Friday that a trailer left on state land by Mahnomen 2 mine pit in Ironton was broken into.

Received a call Sunday a cabin on the 20000 block of Cuyuna Trail was burglarized again.

ANIMAL — Received a report Friday of a resident on the 10000 block of Five Mile Road, abusing a dog by shocking it and leaving burns on its neck.

Received a report Sunday of a male shooting squirrels on the Paul Bunyan Trail by Train Bell Road and County Highway 3.

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