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Crosby police

WHAT WAS HE THINKING? — A report Saturday that while officers were handling a call, an individual decided to urinate next to the marked police vehicle. “Reminder: A squad car is not a fire hydrant.” Officers identified the individual and advised. Officers identified and advised three other individuals for interfering with police business.

DISTURBANCE — A report Sunday to Fifth Avenue in Ironton of a disturbance involving the owner of a motor vehicle and a repossession situation. Officer was advised that the owner of the vehicle was standing on top of the vehicle in order to prevent the repossession people from taking the vehicle. Officers arrived, spoke with those involved, and after a heated conversation, the repossession employees left with the vehicle.

A report Sunday of officers responding to Cuyuna Regional Medical Center on a disturbance involving an individual who was stabbed in Cass County.

PROPERTY DAMAGE — A report Saturday of problems with three or four juvenile males who were coming into a business on West Main Street and doing damage to items in the store and overall causing problems. Officer received details, confirmed identification on those involved, and will be trespassing them from the store. Parents to be notified and a report was generated.

A report Feb. 1 of juvenile males throwing snowballs at a residential window on Second Street Northwest. The juveniles involved apologized to the homeowner.

BURGLARY — A report Sunday on Oak Street of possible damage and attempted burglary of a garage overnight.

DOMESTIC — A report Saturday in Deerwood of a domestic disturbance. One person was transported via ambulance to CRMC for medical care.

ASSAULT — A report Thursday at a residence on Third Avenue Northwest of a fifth-degree domestic assault that occurred a day before.

THEFT — A report Thursday of a theft that occurred from a residence on First Street Southwest.

A report Feb. 1 of a 37-year-old Crosby woman being cited for theft at a business on West Main Street.

A report Jan. 30 of a theft of a personal item that occurred months earlier.

Baxter police

FRAUD — A report Monday of a possible identity theft.

Brainerd police

ARRESTS — A 22-year-old man was arrested at 3:13 a.m. Tuesday at the Mississippi River Landing, 1201 Evergreen Ave., for robbery.

A 24-year-old woman was arrested at 9:12 p.m. Monday on the 300 block of James Street on a Crow Wing County warrant for obstructing the legal process.

A 28-year-old man was arrested at 10:46 p.m. Monday on the 1500 block of Oak Street for disorderly conduct.

PROPERTY DAMAGE — Alicia Hagerty, 400 block of West College Drive, Tuesday reported the screen on her apartment window was pulled off and damaged.

A report at 6:42 p.m. Monday that a subject broke into her apartment on the 200 block of North Eighth Street and stole video games.

A report at 4:46 p.m. Monday on the 1200 block of Evergreen Avenue that two tires of her vehicle were slashed.

DOMESTIC — A report at 9:56 p.m. Monday of a male and female yelling and a young child crying on the 500 block of South Eighth Street.

Crow Wing sheriff

SHOOTING — A report at 5:14 p.m. Monday of a shooting complaint near Highway 169 in Garrison.

ARRESTS — A 36-year-old woman was arrested at 4:56 p.m. Monday on the 10 block of Jessica Lane on a county warrant for card fraud.

A 42-year-old subject was arrested on a county warrant for shoplifting.

PROPERTY DAMAGE — Flora Hartshorn, Deerwood, Monday reported that tires on her vehicle were slashed.

ASSAULT — Crow Wing County Jail, 313 Laurel St., reported an assault at 5:17 a.m. Monday.

SUSPICIOUS — Holiday Station Nisswa, 4917 County Road 77, reported a female sleeping in a car in the parking lot at 3:25 a.m. Monday.

A report at 12:03 a.m. Monday that a female was on her door step yelling and crying in rural Brainerd.

Check the Crow Wing County In-Custody List at

— Compiled by Jennifer Stockinger, Staff Writer

Denton (Denny) Newman Jr.
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