Police Blotter – May 22

ARRESTS – A 22-year-old man was arrested at 10:52 p.m. on May 15 in a hit-and-run accident on the 9600 block of Business Highway 371.

A 62-year-old woman was arrested at 10:30 p.m. on May 14 for burglary and assault following an incident at the 3100 block of River Road, Jenkins. A 42-year-old man was also arrested for driving while intoxicated at the same residence.

DISTURBANCES – Report at 5:29 p.m. on May 16 of a household disturbance on the 5800 block of Oregon Trail, Garrison. A woman walked away but came back.

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Report at 2:27 p.m. on May 16 of a household disturbance on the 16000 block of Highway 1 in Crow Wing County, Fifty Lakes.

Report at 11:04 p.m. on May 15 of a domestic disturbance on the 17000 block of Hwy 210, Ironton, where one person reported being evicted from a vehicle. The deputies arbitrated the situation and separated everyone involved.

FIRE – Report at 7:00 p.m. a fire in a residential basement on the 600 block of Front Street in Fort Ripley. MPs responded and learned there was no fire, but arrested a woman for violating a protection order and warrant.

SUSPICIOUS – Report at 1:43 am on May 14 of suspicious activity on the 19000 block of Devries Road where flashlights and a possible gunshot was heard. The deputies could not find anything.

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SUSPICIOUS – May 16 report of a suspicious person at a school on Northeast Sixth Avenue. Officers contacted two people and advised them not to make their voices heard, that the school was closed and that they had to leave.

As an officer patrolled on May 13, a vehicle began to follow him closely. The agent turned into a parking lot to allow the driver of the vehicle to make contact. The vehicle turned around and drove off at high speed. The officer located the vehicle at a business on Third Avenue Southwest, where the driver was causing domestic disturbances. The agent spoke with the driver who did not cooperate. The officer offered information about mental health services, but the person refused.

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ARREST – A 55-year-old man was arrested on May 15 following a domestic disturbance appeal in which a man and a woman were arguing and it became physical.

THEFT – May 17 report of a theft of a generator and chainsaw in the 23000 block of Iverson Road, Trommald.

Report a vehicle theft on May 17.

On May 16, a report of a toolbox containing tools valued at $ 1,000 was removed from the bed of a truck.

DISTURBANCES – Report at 10:15 p.m. on May 17 of a domestic disturbance on the 15000 block of Loerch Road, Brainerd.

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May 14 report of a domestic disturbance at a residence on Third Avenue Northwest. The officer spoke to a man who said his wife left the house on foot and may be suicidal. Officers located the woman who denied being suicidal and said she was upset by an argument over the phone.

On May 13, a person in an Oak Street business shouted, screamed and asked to speak to the FBI. Officers spoke to the person who said she had been kicked from her home. The officers were finally able to take her home and obtained a key to her house from a neighbor.

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ASSAULT – An officer was reported on May 14 by a person with clear signs of trauma in the 200 block of West Main Street. The victim said he was assaulted at a bar but declined to provide details. The man refused to receive medical treatment and said he would walk to the hospital.

FIRE – May 15 report on a structural fire at a residence on Fourth Street in Ironton. Officers arrived and made sure everyone was out of the house and stood out while the firefighters worked.

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