POLICE BLOTTER - April 20 | BrainerdDispatch.com | Brainerd, Minnesota

POLICE BLOTTER - April 20

Posted: April 19, 2012 - 8:13pm

Brainerd police

OTHER — A report at 5:53 p.m. Wednesday of complainant overhearing talk about a fight that was possibly going to occur that night involving 100 people in downtown Brainerd.

PROPERTY DAMAGE — A report Wednesday of skateboarders climbing on the storage shed at Harrison Elementary School, 1515 Oak St.

PROPERTY DAMAGE — A report Wednesday of kids breaking glass at Jaycees Skate Park, 1600 Rosewood St. Officers located a group of juveniles riding bikes, who were advised to leave as the park was closed.

ARRESTS — Robert D. Cowell, 50, was arrested at 2:20 p.m. on the 200 block of Juniper Street for driving inimical to public safety and a misdemeanor probation violation.

Baxter police

THEFT — A report at 11:31 a.m. Thursday of males in a vehicle who stole pop cans from a trailer at Lakewood Church, 6284 Fairview Road.

THREATS — A report at 1:27 p.m. Wednesday of a student making indirect threats towards a teacher at Forestview Middle School, 12149 Knollwood Dr.

Crow Wing sheriff

BURNING — A report at 7:34 p.m. Wednesday of someone burning in a burn barrel behind a green house in Trommald.

SHOOTING — A report at 1:31 p.m. Wednesday that someone shot her house on Crawford Street in Brainerd.

Morrison sheriff

ARRESTS — Gregory J. Holmquist, 28, was arrested at 2:10 a.m. Sunday for trespassing on the 80 block of Ash Street in Motley.

Derrick Linnerud, 33, was arrested at 4:59 p.m. Saturday after a report of a domestic assault in Randall.

Robert J. Gosiak, 45, was arrested at 5:38 a.m. Saturday for domestic assault on the 9000 block of 110th Street, Little Falls.

CIVIL — A report at 12:39 p.m. Monday on the 200 block of Fourth Avenue Northwest in Little Falls where officers were going to serve a warrant. After knocking on the door, two dogs ran around from behind the residence and became aggressive. An officer motioned for them to get back and the smaller one attempted to bite him several times. The officer kicked at it, then fired his taser in order to get it away from him. The top dart stuck onto the dog’s nose, and it ran away. A minute later it came back to the residence and hid under the camper. The dog then started wandering around the neighborhood and was still growling at the officer. Another officer assisted and another man was able to gain control of the dog and placed him in the back fenced-in yard. The officer left a note about the dog and later in the day a woman had been able to remove the dart.

Check the Crow Wing County In-Custody List at http://www.brainerddispatch.com/in_custody.

— Compiled by Jennifer Stockinger, Staff Writer. Follow me on Twitter at www.twitter.com/jennewsgirl.