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Police blotter- May 22

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Crow Wing sheriff

PROPERTY DAMAGE — No injuries were reported in a two-vehicle accident at 2:05 p.m. Thursday in the Crow Wing County Judicial Center parking lot, 313 Laurel St. 

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ARREST — A 35-year-old Breezy Point woman was arrested Thursday on a county warrant.

A 59-year-old Brainerd man was arrested for a DUI after a hit-and-run accident at 5:11 p.m. Thursday on Highway 371 and See Gull Road.

OTHER — A report Thursday of a male offering a ride to small children in the area of Highway 25 and Count Road 9 in Long Lake Township.

Charles Koob Thursday reported a “Dumpster diver” at the 6000 block of Estate Circle Drive.

A resident Thursday reported that the Russians or the Army are tapping his phone line.

ANIMAL — Jared Peterson, Russell Lake Road, Thursday reported finding two severed cow legs across the road.

BURGLARY — Kathlyn Fitch, 6000 block of Wilson School Avenue, Thursday reported a burglary.

THEFT — Rodney Raymond, Deerwood, Thursday reported the theft of rings.

Baxter police

BURGLARY — A possible burglary was reported on Father Foley Drive Friday.

ARRESTED — A 35-year-old Wadena woman was arrested at Walmart, 7295 Glory Road, Thursday for drug paraphernalia.

Brainerd police

ARREST — A 35-year-old Brainerd man was arrested on Southeast 15th Street on a county warrant.

A 22-year-old Remer woman was arrested Thursday on a county warrant for theft.

ANIMAL — A complainant called 911 Friday from the Crosby hospital emergency room that her dog had been traded for meth.

PROPERTY DAMAGE — Robert Lyttle Thursday reported the windshield of his vehicle was struck and cracked by a stray Frisbee while driving through Lum Park, 1619 N.E. Washington St.

DISTURBANCE — A disturbance between two sisters was reported Thursday at the 1000 block of Fifth Avenue.

Holiday Station, 424 Sixth St., Thursday reported a customer was upset and loud because he couldn’t buy cigarettes without an identification.

A report Thursday on Sixth Avenue of a 45-year-old Brainerd woman causing a disturbance by driving through yards. The woman was cited for reckless driving and disorderly conduct.

A report Thursday on 900 block 28th Street of neighbor child throwing rocks and it has been an ongoing problem.

Brainerd South Campus, 400 Quince St., Thursday reported a student was causing a disturbance. The student agreed to write an apology letter.

FIRE — A report Thursday of black smoke coming from a bonfire at the 1000 block of Mill Avenue. The subject was burning treated lumber.

THEFT — Downtown Liquor, 702 Laurel St., Thursday reported the theft of a bottle of vodka. The suspect, in his 30s with facial hair, took off out of the store and fled.

Ronald Oden, 700 Brian Lane, Thursday reported the theft of a bicycle.

Todd Kaikkonen, 600 block Front Street, Thursday reported the theft of medication.

Victoria Verkennes, 800 block of I Street, Thursday reported the theft of bicycles.

A theft of medication was reported Thursday at the 2000 block of South Sixth Street.

ASSAULT — An assault was reported Thursday at Girls Port Homes, 115 N. First St.

A man was assaulted by his girlfriend Thursday at the 800 block of Walnut Street.

Todd sheriff

PROPERTY DAMAGE — Leslie Grubbs Thursday reported a property damage complaint at his shop off of County Road 11 in Little Sauk Township. He reported that sometime overnight someone started his tractor and drove it into a parked vehicle he had at his shop, as well as a cherry picker and several other items before crashing into the shop itself.

Morrison sheriff

PROPERTY DAMAGE — A report Wednesday that a yellow All-Terrain Vehicle was tearing up the road by the cemetery near Bowlus.

Duane Witucki, Little Falls, reported that someone smashed his mailbox during the night of May 13.

THEFT — The Morrison County Social Services Thursday reported a theft at 13000 block of 165th Street, Little Falls.

A Hillman resident Wednesday reported that old batteries were taken from his property in the last two weeks.

MEDICAL — A report of a 51-year-old woman who was bucked off a horse in Pierz.

FIRE — A reported Wednesday of a motor home on fire next to Riverview Court in Randall. A caller heard two explosions and saw black smoke. Randall Fire responded. Jeffery Sherman was working on Ronald Struchen’s motor home that was parked in the yard at Struchen’s house. He had unhooked the fuel line and after re-hooking it up he started the vehicle. He heard a loud boom and then an explosion. Sherman had burns to his right arm and some blisters on his left hand. Edward Kjeldergaard’s house was damaged due to the heat of the fire. 

ASSIST — Deputies assisted Todd County with a domestic between two brothers Tuesday. The report stated that one brother had been pushed down the stairs and there may be a pitchfork involved.

BURGLARY — Petro Plus, 832 Superior Ave., Randall, Tuesday reported a burglary.

ASSAULT — Dispatchers received a 911 call May 14 from a male subject who was hysterical and stating that he has been assaulted and to find him. He was somewhere in the woods by Morrill and was hit in the head with a baseball bat. Subject stated his skull was cracked open and they’re trying to kill him. He could not give names. Deputies spoke with a bartender at the Morrill bar, who stated there was “a male who was acting crazy.” 

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Sarah Nelson
Sarah Nelson joined the Brainerd Dispatch in April 2010 and works as a online reporter, content editor and staff writer. She is a world traveler, accused idealist and California native now braving the winters of Central Minnesota. She believes in the power of human resolve and hopes to be part of something that makes history by bringing an end to injustice in the world. Sarah has worked as a criminal background researcher, high school civics teacher, grant writer, and contributing writer with Causecast.org — tackling every issue from global poverty to bio-degradable bicycles. Her favorite thing about living in Minnesota is July. Sarah left the Brainerd Dispatch in April 2014.
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