Police Blotter - Jan. 20
Little Falls police FRAUD - A report Saturday of a check fraud complaint in northeast Little Falls. INTOXICATED - A report at 7:15 p.m. Saturday of a subject coming into Domino's Pizza, 107 Second St. NE, repeatedly and seemed intoxicated. Staff ...
Little Falls police
FRAUD - A report Saturday of a check fraud complaint in northeast Little Falls.
INTOXICATED - A report at 7:15 p.m. Saturday of a subject coming into Domino's Pizza, 107 Second St. NE, repeatedly and seemed intoxicated. Staff said he was there four times that day and they'd like him to leave. Officers asked the subject to step outside. Once outside, the subject admitted to drinking and he has not been taking his medications. He agreed to go the hospital to be checked out.
A report at 7:12 p.m. Friday of an intoxicated female subject who was stumbling into traffic in the area of Lindbergh Drive and Fourth Avenue Northwest. Officers located female, who was highly intoxicated, and transported her to a residence.
THEFT - A report Saturday of a theft of a "Popular Mechanics" or "stanley" socket set taken from a garage on the 200 block of Seventh Street Southwest. The garage was located and there was no signs of forced entry.
A report Friday of a male using a knife to cut open packages of items at Wal-Mart, 15091 18th St. NE. Officers responded and located male, who was frisked, and a knife was found. The man admitted to damaging packages of items. He was cited.
DOMESTIC - A report at 8:50 a.m. Saturday of a possible domestic in progress on the 700 block of 11th Street Northeast. Caller said there was a lot of yelling coming from an apartment. Upon arrival, the residents told police they were having a verbal disagreement and they agreed to keep the noise level down.
SUSPICIOUS - A report at 11:25 a.m. Thursday of a solicitor at the complainant's front door offering a free security system. Complainant thought the subject was shady therefore called the police. Officers responded to the area and observed a vehicle traveling south on Riverwood Drive North of Prairie Drive and pulled it over. The subject admitted he was soliciting security systems in the neighborhood. Subject said the company he works for is out of Las Vegas and he did not have a solicitor's license from the city. Officer advised the subject he needed to submit a request through city hall.
CRASH - A report at 9:44 p.m. Friday of a Staples man, driving a Chevy Impala, near the intersection of 175th Avenue, when a racoon entered the roadway and was struck. No injuries, but vehicle was damaged.
THEFT - A report Thursday of a theft of a $750 compound bow from a residence in rural Bertha.
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- Complied by Jennifer Stockinger, staff writer. Follow me on twitter at www.twitter.com/jennewsgirl