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Police blotter March 15

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Baxter police

PROPERTY DAMAGE — Property damage was reported Wednesday on the 6300 block of Dahlin Road.

NOT SO FAST — Observed a vehicle driving on the bike trail at Clearwater Road and Memorywood Drive. The occupants were given written warnings for curfew violations and their parents were notified.

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NOISE — Received a report at 6:29 p.m. Tuesday from the 5700 block of Laverne Circle that people in the apartment were purposely being loud.

SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE — A suspicious vehicle with blacked-out windows was reported in a parking lot after hours on the 14200 block of Edgewood Drive. The driver stated she was eating.

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FIRE — A fire alarm was reported 8:27 p.m., Tuesday, on Tame Fish Lake Road in Deerwood. The Deerwood Fire Department was paged.

SHOOTING COMPLAINT — An anonymous report came in at 4:19 p.m. Tuesday of multiple gun shots on the south side of the 4000 block of Gull Lake Dam Road.

CRASH — An all-terrain vehicle crash with injury was reported at 2:10 p.m. Tuesday on the 5,700 block of Gorron Road.

DISTURBANCE — Received a report at 2:08 p.m., Tuesday, on the 9,900 block of Home Place Drive, from a woman who said her son locked her out of the house and refused to let anyone in.

FRAUD — A male reported Tuesday someone listed his father’s plane for sale on Craigslist.

BURGLARY — Michelle Hyatt, 20000 block of Mill Road, Emily, Tuesday reported a burglary of a log bed and other items.

THEFT — Arliss Bement, 10000 block of Ash Avenue, Tuesday reported theft of a wood splitter.

ABUSE — Received a report Tuesday of alleged child maltreatment.

ARRESTS — Arrested a 34-year-old man, 200 block of Laurel Street, Tuesday, for a probation violation.

ANIMAL — A Hillman woman reported Tuesday her neighbor’s dog is repeatedly defecating and urinating on her property.

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