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Police blotter for July 9

Baxter police

ARRESTS — A 25-year-old man was arrested at 10:58 p.m. Sunday after someone reported a domestic incident at the police department.

Two teenagers were arrested at 3:06 a.m. Sunday at Edgewood Drive and Clearwater Road. One was arrested for DWI, and the other was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia.

A 44-year-old woman was arrested at 1:14 a.m. Saturday at Edgewood Drive and Excelsior Road for driving after cancelation.

Crow Wing sheriff

PROPERTY DAMAGE — A caller Saturday said juveniles have damaged fences and signs on his property and have taken down trees at the 10000 block of Sorenson Lake Road, Merrifield.

ARREST — A 32-year-old man was arrested at 6:39 p.m. Saturday in Brainerd for a domestic incident.

BURGLARY — A caller Saturday said a trailer was broken into at the 20000 block of Little Road, Ironton.

THEFTS — A caller Sunday reported the theft of a gas tank from his pontoon at the 20000 block of Hematite Street, Crosby.

A caller Sunday reported the theft of items from her vehicle at the 20000 block of Hematite Street, Crosby.

Brainerd police

SUSPICIOUS — A suspicious vehicle was reported at 4:26 a.m. Monday on the 1100 block of 15th Avenue Northeast. It turned out to be a newspaper delivery man. Another suspicious vehicle on Washington Street was a driver who pulled into an empty lot to text someone.

Received a report of a male exposing himself at the park Sunday afternoon on the 400 block of North Fourth Street.

BURGLARY — A burglary was reported Sunday on the 400 block of South Ninth Street.

THEFTS — A cellphone was reported stolen Sunday from an unlocked vehicle on South Ninth Street.

Three bikes were reported stolen Friday from the 600 block of 13th Street Southeast.

A check was reported stolen Friday from the 200 block of Southwest Fourth Street.

ARRESTS — Arrested a 32-year-old man about 5 a.m. Sunday for trespassing, giving a false name to police officers and possessing a dangerous weapon.

Two were arrested after a 911 hang-up call Saturday: a 19-year-old woman for gross misdemeanor interfering with a 911 call, fifth-degree domestic assault, disorderly conduct and underage consumption and a 23-year-old man was arrested for gross misdemeanor second degree domestic assault, gross misdemeanor violation of conditions of release and disorderly conduct.

A traffic arrest was reported Friday as a 35-year-old man was arrested for second degree DWI and second degree refusal and felony probation violation.

INTOXICATED — Received a report Saturday at Laurel and Seventh streets of an intoxicated male attempting to get into his vehicle. The individual was transported to Fergus Falls detox center.

PROPERTY DAMAGE — Damage to a hammock was reported in a pool area Saturday on the 1800 block of South Seventh Street.

FIREWORKS — Received several calls for fireworks including one with a verbal disturbance about 4 a.m. Friday on the 600 block of Fourth Avenue. The subjects were separated and advised to go to bed.

Little Falls police

THEFTS — Received a report Monday of six clear glass solar lights valued at $60 stolen from 1600 block of Riverview Drive.

A red mountain bike was reported stolen Thursday from the 100 block of Second Avenue Northeast.

An Ozark Trail tent valued at $124 was reported stolen out of a vehicle Thursday on the 200 block of 16th Street Northeast.

ASSAULT — Received a report Sunday of an assault in front of the theater on First Street Southeast.

SUSPICIOUS — Officers received a call Sunday two cars were drag racing but the vehicles were not located.

ANIMAL — Officers Sunday responded to an apartment on the 400 block of Fourth Street Northeast. The subjects threw their keys out a window and told officer to let themselves in so they could take care of the bat. Officers entered the apartment, located the bat and guided it outside.

PROPERTY DAMAGE — Received report Friday names of several “rap” groups were spray painted onto metal table in apartment laundry room on 100 block of 11th Street.

Denton (Denny) Newman Jr.
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