THEFT - Robert Knecht, 14,000 block of County 10, Thursday reported theft of tractor parts.
GRASS FIRE - A grass fire in East Gull Lake, reported at 1:50 p.m. Thursday, was put out by DNR Forestry.
CRASHES - No injuries were reported Thursday from a crash at 5:39 p.m. at Highway 371 and Highway 210.
INVESTIGATIONS - Received a report of four people smoking from a bong on the 14400 block of Oakwood Drive. The people were gone before officers arrived.
THEFT - Rafferty's Pizza, Thursday, reported a theft.
INVESTIGATIONS - Received a report at 7:13 p.m. Thursday that people were in the Gregory Park fountain.
Asked a group to leave after receiving a report about 7 p.m. Thursday that kids were loitering and being rude at the library, 400 block of South Fifth Street.
Received a report at 11:08 a.m. Thursday of a male screaming. Officers located the male, 300 block of North Seventh Street, who was practicing his vocals for a band he is in.
Cited a woman and two men for underage drinking at a party Thursday on the 900 block of South Eighth Street.
FIGHT - Curt Rosga, Thursday, reported two game players got into a fight over taking turns while playing the board game Sorry. Officers spoke to both subjects and neither wanted further action.
PROPERTY DAMAGE - Two men were cited for slashing a tire on the 500 block of Southeast 10th Street.
Ethan Riess, 600 block of Northeast Washington Street, Thursday reported damage to property.
CRASHES - A driver was located and cited for leaving the scene of a hit-and-run crash about 3:18 p.m. Thursday at 13th Street Southeast and Oak Street. No one was injured.
No injuries were reported in a crash at 3:04 p.m. Thursday at Oak Street and South Sixth Street.
THEFTS - Gabriel Franz, 1200 block of West Campus Drive, Thursday reported a check card was used to make a $175 purchase via the Internet with Professional Education Institute.
Merrill Larson, 200 block of Fourth Avenue, reported a theft.
Lowell Elementary School Thursday reported a student took five necklaces while on a recent field trip to the Minnesota Zoo. The school is sending the necklaces back.
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