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Police Blotter - Jan. 25

Brainerd police

DISTURBANCE — Officers responded to a report of a large group of males standing in a parking lot yelling. En route officers were advised that the males left the area and the complainant was unsure of where they went.

Complainant on Norwood Street reported an unknown man was yelling and swearing at him for an unknown reason.

DRIVING COMPLAINT — Report of a vehicle with no brake lights driving straight from a turn-only lane on Oak Street and 8th Street.

THEFT — Reports of a gas drive-off in the amount of $43.95. Officer made contact with the registered owner, credit card error at the pump. Owner returned to station to pay for fuel.

Store employees reported that a male came into the gas station and paid for a scratch-off, but did not pay for $30.02 in gas. The male was described as ‘older.’

AIRPORT SECURITY — Airport security reports of a suspicious person. Officer gave the man a ride to the bus depot. No further problems.

INFORMATION — Complainant reported illegal dumping. Subject’s garbage was located in complainant’s garbage can. Both subjects were verbally warned and advised.

NOISE COMPLAINT — Caller reported loud music at a location that appeared to be unoccupied. Officers responded and found the location empty. A note was left for the keyholder.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON — Caller reported juvenile males looking at cars on 8th Avenue NE. Officers checked the area and made contact with mentioned individuals. No criminal activity was reported or observed and subjects were sent on their way.

Crow Wing sheriff

THEFT — Received a report Wednesday of locks cut and a stolen snowmobile by South Black Bear and Iverson roads in Trommald.

Baxter police

THEFT — Received a report Wednesday of clothing stolen from a gym locker on the 12000 block of Knollwood Drive.

Dwayne Stottler, 7000 block of Land O Lakes Road, Wednesday reported two cords of red oak firewood stolen.

Denton (Denny) Newman Jr.
I've worked at the Brainerd Dispatch with various duties since Dec. 7, 1983. Starting off as an Ad Designer and currently Director of Audience Development. The Dispatch has been an interesting and challenging place to work. I'm fortunate to have made many friends, both co-workers and customers.
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