Police blotter- Oct. 11
Crow Wing sheriff
THEFT — Mark Berens, 10000 block of Wabigoniss Shores, Friday reported a theft.
A theft was reported Friday on the 10000 block of Trillium Trail near Deerwood.
Susan Laborde, 10000 block of South Black Bear Road, Saturday reported a theft.
PROPERTY DAMAGE — Wesley Winnekins, 20000 block of Green Acres Court, Friday reported damage to his property.
THEFTS — James Cook on Sunday reported a theft from his vehicle on the 10000 block of Dellwood Drive.
Erik Mankowski, 5000 block of Jordan Road, Saturday reported his vehicle was broken into and items stolen.
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY — Chanel Zebroski, 10000 block of Glenwood Drive, Saturday reported kids in the neighborhood set off a homemade bomb.
THEFTS — Bradley Willemsen, 1000 block of Ninth Avenue Northeast, Sunday reported the theft of bikes.
Samuel Maendel, 1000 block of South Eighth Street, Saturday reported the theft of mail.
ARRESTS — At 12:01 a.m. Sunday officers received a report of a woman who refused to leave a residence on the 200 block of Washington Street. Officers arrested the 26-year-old woman for disorderly conduct, obstructing the legal process, trespassing and fourth-degree criminal property damage.
At 10:59 a.m. Saturday officers received a report of three intoxicated people walking on Northeast Washington Street.
A 26-year-old man, was arrested for felony probation violation.
At 10:27 p.m. Friday officers received a report of a quick change scam being perpetrated at Cubs Foods, 417 Eighth Ave. N.E., and several other area businesses. Officers cited the suspect in the scam, a 68-year-old man, for theft by swindle. He also was arrested on two active warrants for theft by swindle out of the Twin Cities.
PROPERTY DAMAGE — Diane Ott, 800 block of Sixth Avenue Northeast, Saturday reported her door was forced open and damaged.
It was reported Friday that two windows were again broken out at Kampmann Sash and Door, 701 S. 10th St.
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY — At 10:11 a.m. Saturday officers received a report of a male subject along the homecoming parade route with two rifles in his truck. Officers took custody of the rifles, completed an informational report and returned the rifles to the owner.