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Police blotter - Dec. 30

Baxter police

PUBLIC ASSIST—Assisted a driver by giving them a ride to work after the vehicle had a flat tire at 5:12 a.m. Friday at Highway 210 and Meredith Drive, noting there was a four-hour wait for a AAA tow.

TRAFFIC STOP—After an officer smelled marijuana during a traffic stop on Thursday, the K-9 officer was deployed and the vehicle searched with negative results. The passenger admitted to smoking just prior to leaving the house.

SUSPICIOUS—A resident on 4900 block of Oak Street reported an unknown subject rang the bell Wednesday night, appeared intoxicated and left. Officers were unable to locate the individual.

A possible prowler was reported Wednesday on the 14000 block of Kimberlee Drive.

Crow Wing sheriff

DISTURBANCE—Deputies were called to a disturbance at 11:11 p.m. Wednesday on the 30000 block of Pequot Boulevard, Pequot Lakes.

Responded to a disturbance at 6:32 p.m. Wednesday on the 9900 block of Ravenswood Road, Brainerd.

Received a report of a disturbance at 9:29 a.m. Wednesday on the 21000 block of Cottontail Drive, Crosby.

ARREST—Responded to a domestic disturbance at 2:13 p.m. Wednesday on the 2600 block of Chippewa Shores Road and arrested a A 51-year-old woman.

FIRE—Responded to a report of a fire at 12:06 p.m. Wednesday on the 7000 block of Front St. in Fort Ripley.

PROPERTY DAMAGE—Received a report Wednesday of damage to property on Fifth Avenue and Sixth Street in Ironton.

THEFT—Received multiple reports Wednesday of theft of mail on the 16000 block of West Eagle Drive in Fifty Lakes and on the 38000 block of Marigold in Pien River and the 43000 block of Kego Lake Road in Fifty Lakes.

Crow Wing sheriff

AGENCY ASSIST— Report at 10:17 a.m., Friday, deputies assisted with a house fire at 11670 Birchcrest Drive, Brainerd.

Morrison sheriff

ASSIST—Report at 10:01 p.m., Wednesday, deputies were called to the 30000 block of Ridge Road in Motley to assist a bounty hunter attempting to make contact with a fugitive he was unable to locate, but thought might be present on the property. The owner of the property had told the bounty hunter to leave the premises. Deputies communicated to the bounty hunter that unless officers made visual contact with the fugitive, they were not authorized to intervene.

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