Police blotter – July 15

HARASSMENT – Monday, July 12 report of people staying under the Paul Bunyan Bridge off Highway 210 harassing runners and cyclists using the trail. The report also said people made rude comments and threw bottle caps. Police will provide additional patrols in the area.

ARRESTS – A 35-year-old man was arrested at 9:17 p.m. on Sunday for domestic assault in the 11000 block of River Vista Drive.

A 45-year-old man was arrested at 8:52 p.m. on Friday for drug-controlled drinking and driving during a traffic stop at College Road and Dogwood Drive.

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A 31-year-old man was arrested at 3:42 a.m. on Friday for drug possession and a Department of Corrections warrant during a traffic stop on the 7400 block of Excelsior Road.

SUSPECT – Report at 10:43 p.m. Sunday of vehicle driving without headlights in lot at Gander RV and Outdoors, 14275 Edgewood Drive. The driver said he was parked and was eating his food. He was made aware of the problems in the area. Earlier that night, noisy vehicles were doing burnouts in a nearby parking lot.

Report at 7:53 pm Sunday of two boys knocking on the door of an apartment on Kenwood Drive where the appellant believes she asked if she needed “mating services”. They were gone when the police arrived.

Report at 10:36 a.m. on Saturday of a person acting aggressively by punching in the air, clenching his fists and crossing Highway 371 to slow traffic. The officers contacted the person and informed him of the complaint.

Report at 12:27 am Saturday of people strolling and then knocking on her window in the 14000 block of Edgewood Drive. On arrival there were groups of people talking and parked in the parking lot. The officers informed them of the complaint, asked them to leave and leave the other vehicles alone.

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Report at 1:18 am Friday of a man entering and exiting the Holiday Stationstore, 7472 Excelsior Road, who has repeatedly stated that he is homeless and trying to get to St. Cloud. An officer provided courtesy transportation to Little Falls.

DISTURBANCES – Report on Saturday of a person and their parents at Verizon Wireless on Edgewood Drive causing issues and scenes repeatedly and staff wanted them removed. When the officers arrived they were gone and when the officer called the person to tell them that they were not wanted in the store, he disagreed and hung up on the phone.

Report at 5:59 p.m. Friday of a man saying his ex-wife walked into his residence uninvited to argue with his girlfriend and to take the children during his parenting time in the 14000 block of Grand Oaks Drive. The people said they were still legally married without a custody agreement and had been separated for years. The officer informed them that this was a civil matter.

SQUIRRELS – Saturday report of squirrels being intentionally struck by cars traveling at high speed on Grand Oaks Drive in Excelsior Road. The complainant said she spoke to city council about this, but nothing happened. The officer said there would be an additional patrol in the area.

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Breezy Point Police

ARRESTS – A 28-year-old woman was arrested at 2:20 a.m. on Saturday for DWI after colliding with a Breezy Point police car that was at a traffic stop in the Highway 11 area of ​​Crow Wing County and Alpine Drive.

A 61-year-old man was arrested at 3:24 p.m. Friday following a driving complaint on County 4 Road and Dove Street.

DISTURBANCES – 8:11 p.m. Sunday report of a domestic disturbance on the 9200 block of Second Avenue after a custody exchange. Officers advised them to apply for a formal custody agreement.

Report at 4:10 pm on July 8 of a person aggressively addressing the complainant, taking pictures of him the night before and challenging him to “end up here, now” in the 31000 block of Harvest Road . The officer advised the complainant to seek a restraining harassment order.

Report at 6:35 p.m. on July 6 of a man throwing food and causing domestic disturbance at Marine 2, 9353 Breezy Point Drive. Staff told police they wanted him to go. He apologized to them and left peacefully.

Report at 7:16 p.m. on July 5 of a verbal argument between a father and son on the 30,000 block of North Lakeview Drive. The police intervened and advised them to go their separate ways until the spirits cooled.

SUSPECT – At 3:04 p.m. Saturday, a person was reported aggressive towards a woman, then parking behind her vehicle for an extended period of time making her uncomfortable in the 9200 block of Breezy Point Drive. No one was present when the policeman arrived.

ASSAULT – 9:41 a.m. on July 6 report of two Breezy Point Resort employees who were affected by High Village gel pellets. Officers spoke with the tenants, who said they did not have children with them, but people from another unit may have them. Officers attempted to obtain information, but night staff were unable to access the information.

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Crosby Police

DISTURBANCES – Friday report of marital dispute at a residence on Third Avenue Northwest. The officer spoke to those involved who said it was only verbally.

Report on July 6 of a fight that is brewing in a store on Third Avenue Southwest. Officers separated those involved and fired them.

Report on July 5 of a marital dispute between two campers at Crosby Park. The officers managed to defuse the situation and warned them to stay away from each other.

ARRESTS – 58-year-old man was arrested on July 6 for fourth degree assault after hitting a doctor when he became angry when he tried to provide him with medical treatment in the emergency room at the medical center regional of Cuyuna.

A 40-year-old man was arrested on July 5 for trespassing and warranting a house on Pine Street, where he was causing domestic unrest.

SUSPECT – Report a suspicious person at Hematite Street and Michigan Avenue on July 5 where a man was dressed in black and carrying a rope. The officers could not locate him.

FLIGHTS – July 7 report of catalytic converter theft on Glenn Avenue.

Report a July 7 theft at the city’s impound where tools were removed from a trailer.

OTHERS – July 7 report of people throwing couch and four mattresses on high school training grounds. An additional patrol has been assigned.

Report July 8 boys swearing at the swimming beach. The officers had already had contact with the children, who had already been notified. They have now been told they are banned from the park for the rest of the summer and parents have been notified.

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– Compiled by Jennifer Kraus, Editor-in-Chief. Go to twitter.com/jennewsgirl follow her on Twitter.

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