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Police blotter- May 26

Baxter police

ARREST — Arrested a 19-year-old Brainerd man at 7:47 p.m. Tuesday on Highway 210 and Timberwood Drive. The man was a passenger in the vehicle and was cited for underage consumption and possession of a small amount of marijuana. The vehicle was towed. The driver was cited for driving after suspension. 

INVESTIGATION — Responded to a physical domestic at 4:16 p.m. Tuesday on the 11000 block of River Vista Drive. 

Brainerd police

DISTURBANCE — Responded to a report of a disturbance at 6:18 a.m. Wednesday on the 200 block of South Seventh Street. 

Received a report of a disturbance at 3:27 a.m. Wednesday on the 1400 block of L Street.

Went to check a report of a subject screaming and yelling at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the 500 block of South 10th Street. The subject had left the area. 

Received a report at 5:17 p.m. Tuesday from the 900 block of Maple Street about  skateboarders. Officers advised them to leave the area. 

Received a report of an Internet scam Tuesday from the 300 block of North 10th Street. 

CRASH — No injuries were reported in a three-vehicle crash at 3:42 p.m. Tuesday at Northwest Fourth and James streets. 

PROPERTY DAMAGE — Received a report of property damage at 6:55 p.m. Tuesday on the 1100 East River Road with subjects breaking picnic tables and throwing them into the lake. Officers spoke to individuals who said the tables were in that condition when they arrived. 

H&H Properties, 500 block of South Eighth Street, Tuesday reported graffiti to a rental unit. 

THEFTS — Damien Decent, 1800 block of Oak Street, Tuesday reported a theft of items from a vehicle. 

Jeffrey Sabourin, 1600 block of 10th Avenue, Tuesday reported theft of speakers from a vehicle. 

ASSIST — Assisted Brainerd Fire Department with a possible gas leak at 8:45 p.m. Tuesday on the 800 block of Juniper Street. 

THREAT — Received a report from a female at 6:10 p.m. Tuesday from the 2300 block of Kermit Lane that an individual threatened to release a dog on her. The parties agreed to stay away from each other. 

INVESTIGATION — Received a report Tuesday, 3300 block of Oak Street, of a female assaulted in a physical altercation with a male. The 22-year-old Brainerd man was cited for disorderly conduct. 

Crosby police

INVESTIGATION — An officer on patrol and flagged down by a resident about 8:30 a.m. May 22 who stated there was an “unusual” male walking on Highway 210 West of Ironton. The male was described as wearing football shoulder pads, a red cape and carrying a football helmet and reportedly staggering out onto the highway and spinning in circles. Officer responded and located a male matching the description — wasn’t too hard. The male stated he was on his way to do housework for a friend and wears the outfit for protection against the wolves. The male was transported to Detox.

Officers and deputies responded to a report of a suicidal male in Trommald May 16 and they were able to gain control of the individual. A Taser was deployed. The male was transported to the hospital. 

Responded to two calls on May 17 of dogs left inside unattended vehicles in separate locations. 

Responded to a call of an intoxicated male causing a disturbance at 5 a.m. on Lake Drive on May 18. 

An officer responded to Eighth Avenue in Ironton May 18 and assisted an intoxicated male with a sub sandwich and transported to a relative’s home in Ironton. 

Received a report May 19 of two individuals who put Vaseline on a vehicle’s windshield parked on Fourth Street Southwest and then added flour to the Vaseline. The officer advised all involved to stop this type of activity. 

Received a report May 19 of two young children sitting in the middle of the street on Winona Avenue causing vehicles to go around them. The juvenile females were advised on the safety issues involved and sent home. 

Officers were flagged down on a report of a vehicle in the area who was continuously blowing a bugle type horn mounted on the back of the vehicle. Officers made contact with the male a short time later, identified him and advised him to stop it as it was irritating a lot of people.

ASSIST — Responded to Irene Avenue May 16 after getting a report of a 2-year-old accidentally locked in a bedroom. An officer was able to gain access without even breaking anything and mom and child were reunited. 

THEFT — A gas drive-off was reported May 16 from a business on West Main Street. 

GOOD SAMARITANS — A wallet (with cash inside) was found May 17 on Fourth Street in Ironton and turned into the police department. In a separate instance, a debit card was found and turned in. 

RECOVERED — Received a report May 18 of a suspicious vehicle parked on West Main Street. The vehicle was stolen in Aitkin. It was returned to its owner. 

ARRESTS — Responded to a report of a domestic assault on May 19 to Seventh Street Northeast and placed two women, age 23 and 20, both from Crosby, under arrest for fifth-degree domestic assault. Both were transported to jail. 

On a routine patrol with a traffic stop May 19 on Poplar Street, an officer arrested a 49-year-old Merrifield man for an outstanding Benton County warrant. 

Received a report May 20 from Third Avenue Southwest of an intoxicated male at a business causing a disturbance on and attempting to pick fights with customers. Officers located the 24-year-old Ironton male on the street. He was placed under arrest for disorderly conduct and public nuisance and he was transported jail.

CRASHES — No injuries were reported in minor two-vehicle crash May 19 on Poplar Street Southwest. 

No injuries were reported in a crash May 20 on Poplar Street Southwest. 

Assisted the State Patrol with a May 22 two-vehicle crash with possible injuries on Highway 6 near Yawkey Road. 

Morrison sheriff

INVESTIGATION — Received a call Tuesday of a missing 2-year-old girl missing from her apartment on 14th Street Southeast in Little Falls. The child was located a short time later in another apartment and was fine. 

PROPERTY DAMAGE — Christopher Dobis Tuesday reported yellow transfer paint and some bumper scratches and a dent on a vehicle parked behind the elementary school in Pierz. The caller believed his vehicle was struck with an object. 

Ron Miller, Little Falls, Tuesday reported tractor windows were shot out. The John Deere tractor was parked along 133rd Street west of the Airport Road. 

FIRE — Received a report Tuesday of a small grass fire in a ditch on Bear Road north of Cushing. 

SCAM — Received a report of a potential scam from a Little Falls woman who received a sweepstakes notice in the mail saying she won $1.4 million. The mailer requested the woman’s information and $19.99.

CRASH — No injuries were reported in semi rollover reported at  9:27 a.m. Tuesday on 133rd Street and 155th Avenue, Little Falls, east of the airport. The semi was pulling a trailer full of manure and rolled over when the vehicle pulled too far on the side of the gravel road where the ground was soft and wet. 

ANIMAL — Received a call at 7:53 a.m. Tuesday from a female from Burtrum who stated a black Angus bull was in her yard. It kept going up onto the road and looks mean, she reported. A chain was hanging from the bull. The bull was corralled in a shed. Calls to find an owner in the area were unsuccessful. The word was sent out to see if the bull had fallen off a truck. It was picked up by Michel’s trucking from Upsala until an owner could be found.