Police blotter- May 11
ARREST — At 8:54 p.m. Monday officers received a report that a vehicle crashed into a tree at a residence on the 700 block of North Third Street and the occupants of the vehicle were fighting. Officers stopped the vehicle on North Third and arrested the driver, an 18-year-old woman, for reckless driving, child endangerment and no proof of insurance. An 18-year-old man in the vehicle was cited for no Minnesota driver’s license and leaving the scene of an accident. A child in the vehicle was placed on a 72-hour protective hold.
BURGLARY — At 1:14 a.m. Tuesday officers responded to a burglary alarm at Risky Business, 326 Washington St. Officers found the building had been broken into and merchandise stolen.
PUBLIC ASSIST — At 11:13 p.m. Monday an officer was flagged down by a woman on the 600 block of Front Street, who said she was trying to get to Barrows because her boyfriend drove away. The officer located the man at a business on South Sixth Street and advised him to get the woman to her residence immediately.
THEFTS — It was reported Monday that a bottle of alcohol was stolen from the Iron Rail Saloon, 707 Laurel St.
Laura Morrison, 700 block of South Eighth Street, Monday reported the theft of items.
ANIMAL COMPLAINT — At 6:03 p.m. Monday received a report of kids playing with an injured skunk on the 500 block of Southeast 17th Street.
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BURGLARY — Peggy Thielen-Peppard, Paradise Beach Road, Monday reported her home she was burglarized while gone on vacation and several items were missing.
CRASHES — No injuries were reported after a vehicle spun out and struck the bridge at 8:54 a.m. Monday on Highway 371 in Royalton.
At 3:34 a.m. Sunday deputies responded to a report of a one-vehicle crash on the 20000 block of 93rd Street in which a male subject was inside the vehicle and unresponsive. Deputies located the subject in a house. His parents had removed him from the vehicle and placed him on a couch. Though extremely intoxicated, he was not injured.
Assisted the Little Falls Police Department at 8:47 a.m. Friday with a one-vehicle crash in which a vehicle struck an apartment complex on the 1000 block of Fifth Avenue Southeast. The driver had minor facial lacerations.
TRAFFIC COMPLAINT — At 2:57 a.m. Monday deputies received a report of a vehicle going southbound in the northbound lane of Highway 10 about one mile south of Randall. Deputies located and stopped the vehicle. The driver was from Korea and all of his documentation was in Korean. The deputies escorted him off the highway and tried to communicate with the driver. They finally decided to get him into the southbound lane of Highway 10 and explained to him what he was doing wrong.
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY — At 10:48 p.m. received a 911 call from a man who said he is home alone and someone just banged on his window. Deputies were unable to locate anyone. The 911 caller later reported it was his girlfriend and another friend playing a trick on him.
PROPERTY DAMAGE — Walter Kleinsteuber, 30000 block of Lakeview Drive in Cushing, Friday reported a door broken on a pole barn.
THEFT — An $88.27 gas drive-off was reported Friday from Bowlus Gas and Grocery, 280 N. Main St.
AGENCY ASSIST — Assisted the Todd County Sheriff’s Department with a one-vehicle rollover at 2:38 p.m. on Thunder Lake Road West on the west side of Dower Lake. Four juveniles were transported to Lakewood Health Systems emergency room with minor injuries.
THEFTS — Carol Ramsey, 900 block of Fifth Street, Sunday reported the theft of solar panels.
A gas drive-off was reported Friday at SuperAmerica, 1101 Second Ave. N.E.
A theft was reported Thursday at the Lakewood Care Center, 401 Prairie Ave. N.E.
SCAM — On Wednesday an officer responded to NAPA Auto Parts, 119 Second Ave. N.W., after it was reported an individual called requesting $1,500 worth of spark plugs but four credit card numbers given to the store were declined.
DRIVING COMPLAINT — On May 2 officers received a call of a vehicle in the Crosby City Park parking lot squealing its tires all over the lot and driving recklessly. An officer responded and also observed the driving conduct. The 19-year-old driver was issued a citation for careless driving and he was banned from the Crosby City Parks for one month. A report was sent to the Crow Wing County Attorney’s office.
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY — About 11:15 p.m. on May 4 officers responded to Crow Wing County Road 30 near Turner Lake Drive on a report of three males with lights and bows and arrows possibly involved in illegal poaching. A DNR officer responded as well. The officers located three males and one female and after sorting things out it was determined that all was legal as they were using the bows and arrows to spear fish.
ARREST — On Thursday officers responded to a residence on Winona Avenue, Ironton, after receiving a call of a domestic disturbance. Officers made contact with two individuals who had been involved in a physical fight and arrested a 23-year-old man for gross misdemeanor domestic assault, gross misdemeanor violating conditions of release and misdemeanor interfering with an emergency call; and arrested a 23-year-old woman for misdemeanor fifth-degree domestic assault and felony interference with an emergency call. Both were transported to the Crow Wing County Jail and reports were forwarded to the Crow Wing County Attorney’s office.
PROPERTY DAMAGE — On Sunday an officer took a damage to property report from a business on West Main Street.