Police blotter - March 31
YOU WON A MILLION? — Received a call Tuesday from a female on Memorywood Drive. The resident reported a caller with a connection to California told her she won a Mercedes and $1.5 million.
The caller wanted to meet the apparent winner in the Walmart parking lot at 1:10 p.m. and collect $499.99 from her.
Officers advised the woman not to go to the meeting. And if the caller repeated the phone call, she was advised to tell them she had contacted the police and then hang up the phone.
THEFT — Jennifer Droher, 5000 block of White Sand Road, Tuesday reported a stolen dog.
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ANIMAL COMPLAINT — Received a report Tuesday of two malnourished horses. The caller was advised to contact animal investigator Wade Hansen and call back if further assistance was needed.
ASSISTANCE — Received a call from Mille Lacs County Tuesday for a K-9 officer for a suspect on foot with a gun and multi-felony warrants.
Assisted the Minnesota State Patrol with a crash on Highway 371 in Pequot :akes at 10:47 a.m. Tuesday. No one was injured.
CRASH — No one was injured in a crash reported at 7:55 a.m. Tuesday in front of the SuperAmerica at County Highway 3 and Crystal Lake Road in Merrifield.
RECOVERED PROPERTY — Received a report Tuesday of stolen property from Mille Lacs County pawned at Mille Lacs Pawn Shop in Garrison.
TEXTING — Received a report Tuesday from a person getting harassing text messages. An investigator spoke to the suspect and advised her to stop sending text messages. She stated the dispute was over and she will stop texting.
THEFT — Received a report Tuesday from Summer Court of missing items from a foreclosed home.
DISTURBANCE — Received a report Tuesday of a male on Highway 10 who was out of control. Deputies determined there was not a problem. The individual was ill and agitated.