Brainerd police

SUSPICIOUS — Report at 10:38 p.m. Monday, April 13, of a suspicious vehicle parked at Lum Park, 1619 NE Washington St. Officer informed the people of the park curfew.

DISTURBANCES — Report at 2:40 p.m. Monday of a verbal domestic dispute on the 300 block of First Avenue Northeast. Officers made contact and stood by while one of the persons involved gathering their belongings.

Report at 1:08 a.m. Monday of a domestic disturbance on the 1800 block of Norwood Street.

Assisted the Minnesota State Patrol with its K-9 Team at 5:35 p.m. Monday with a report of a domestic disturbance on Town Hall Street and Remington Way, Brainerd. The Crow Wing County Sheriff’s Office also assisted with the call that resulted in a woman being cited for obstructing the legal process.

ARRESTS — A 22-year-old woman was arrested at 1:15 p.m. Monday for domestic assault and disorderly conduct following an assault on the 1400 block of Norwood Street.

Baxter police

DISTURBANCE — Report at 4:06 p.m. Monday of a resident at Brentwood Foster Home, 4707 Brentwood Road, causing a domestic disturbance with staff.

Crow Wing sheriff

DISTURBANCES — Report at 11:04 a.m. Monday of an argument on the 5400 block of Crow Wing Lake Road, Fort Ripley. People involved agreed to separate.

Report at 8:10 a.m. Monday of a domestic disturbance on the 15000 block of Pine Shores Road, Brainerd. Deputies made contact and an ex-boyfriend wanted to retrieve property from the residence. The person was advised it is a civil matter and they have to go through small claims court.

Pequot Lakes police

SUSPICIOUS — Report at 9:06 p.m. Saturday of a strange male who left in a vehicle in the parking lot off Paul Bunyan Trail Drive. Officers were unable to locate.

SOCIAL DISTANCING — Report of a parking complaint Friday night of a large group on Spruce Street who are not social distancing.

Report April 8 of social distancing issues on Olson Street.

DISTURBANCE — Report at 3:55 p.m. Thursday of a domestic disturbance between two residents on Country Care Lane.

Breezy Point police

SUSPICIOUS — Report at 3:42 a.m. Monday of the complainant hearing someone outside her residence on the 9100 block of First Avenue. Officers made contact and learned another tenant was taking out the garbage and letting her dogs out.

Report at 9:13 p.m. Friday of three people wearing hoodies on the east side of the hockey dorms on the 7300 block of Crow Wing County Highway 11. The people took off running into the woods and police were unable to locate. The maintenance person checked the door on the east side and it did not appear they made entry.

Report at 11:29 p.m. April 7 of someone banging on a window on the 29000 block of Aspen Lane. Officers checked the area, were unable to locate anyone and did not notice any tracks or marks on the window.

Report at 12:28 p.m. April 7 of a person wearing a ghost mask looking into the window on the 29000 block of Aspen Lane.

Crosby police

SUSPICIOUS — Report April 6 of a female looking into a business window on West Main Street on two occasions. Officers advised her of the complaint.

Report April 6 of a suspicious vehicle at a residence on Fourth Street Southwest. Officers made contact and a person was waiting for her boyfriend.

Report Thursday of suspicious activity coming from a residence on Second Street Northeast, where the caller heard noises outside and her car door was ajar. Officers were unable to locate anyone.

Report April 9 of a suspicious vehicle at a business on First Street Southwest. A passenger was arrested for possessing controlled substances.

DISTURBANCE — Report Sunday of a domestic disturbance at a residence on Sixth Avenue Northeast. Officer attempted to speak to the person, but she didn’t want to talk and refused to let police in. Officers observed the other person was OK.

Report Saturday of a domestic disturbance at a residence on Sixth Avenue Northeast. Officers made contact and learned it was a verbal argument and one male had left the home.

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— Compiled by Jennifer Kraus, staff writer. Go to to follow her on Twitter.