Police blotter Jan. 22
Crow Wing sheriff
PROPERTY DAMAGE — Received report Thursday of locks being cut six times at the gravel pit off County Road 159.
CRASH — Received a report of a vehicle Thursday in the “hole” across from the Franklin Arts Center at Kingwood and Washington streets.
THREATS — Received a report from a man Thursday that the neighbor threatened to shoot his dogs.
THEFT — Zeigler Cat, 3300 block of Liberty Lane, Thursday reported a stolen gas and that vehicles had been gone through.
Gary Kechely, 900 block of Second Ave. Northeast, Thursday reported a theft of a vehicle.
INTOXICATED — An intoxicated person was reported walking at 3:31 a.m. Friday on Memorywood Drive and Oak Street. The 18-year-old man was cited for underage consumption and taken to a relative’s home.
THEFT — SuperAmerica, 14000 block of Dellwood Drive, reported a gas drive-off. The gas was later paid for and the case closed.
Received a report Thursday, from Forestview Middle School, the 12000 block of Knollwood Drive, of a stolen wallet. A juvenile was arrested.
Walmart Thursday reported a theft of a laptop.
SUSPICIOUS — Received a report Thursday from the 14000 block of Baxter Drive that a van was parked in the lot with no one around. Officers checked the area and did not locate a van.
FIGHT — A fight was reported Thursday at Forestview Middle School, 12000 block of Knollwood Drive. No criminal charges were involved.
DISTURBANCE — Received a call at 4:11 a.m. Friday on the 1300 block of South Eighth Street after an argument about sleeping arrangements had one individual saying they were going to sleep in a car with a dog. After an officer contacted them, the individual went to sleep the rest of the night at another house.
PROPERTY DAMAGE — Damage to a fence and window were reported Thursday on the 600 block of Southeast 16th Street.
A vehicle was reported to have struck a tenant parking garage on the 200 block of North Third Street Thursday.
BURGLARY — An attempted burglary was reported Thursday on the 300 block of South Fifth Street.
The Brainerd Fire Department responded to a fire alarm at 3 p.m. on at Ascensus in the East Brainerd Mall. The alarm proved to be false.