ROAD HAZARD - Police received a report at 6:23 a.m. Tuesday of a picnic table in the roadway on the 600 block of Juniper Street. An officer moved the table back into the park.
FOUND - A person found a purse near Gregory Park. The owner of the purse was located and the purse was returned to her. The owner said $20 may have been missing.
A wallet was found Saturday on the 800 block of West Washington Street. It was returned to the owner. Nothing was missing and the owner was appreciative.
CRASH - An accident with no injuries was reported at 7:08 p.m. Sunday on the 400 block of Eighth Avenue.
An accident with no injuries was reported at 10:27 a.m. Sunday on the 200 block of Seventh Street South.
LOST PROPERTY - A woman reported at 1:39 p.m. Sunday that she lost her cell phone somewhere between Washington Street and her residence and refused to look for it. An officer drove around and didn't see it either.
PROPERTY DAMAGE - Boys' PORT reported Sunday that a resident was angry at losing privileges and flipped a full-size picnic table off an elevated deck. The table was destroyed.
BURGLARY - A burglary was reported at a residence on the 1200 block of 28th Street.
Little Falls police
THEFT - A theft was reported Tuesday on the 800 block of Buck Lane.
A theft was reported at 1:49 a.m. Monday on the 800 block of Fourth Street Southwest.
A theft was reported May 26 from the Good Book Store on the 100 block of First Street Southeast.
A man reported May 26 the theft of his tackle box from his vehicle when parked in the Coborn's parking lot.
Police received a report May 26 of the theft of aluminum cans from the Key Row Apartment Complex recycling area.
An employee of the BNSF railroad reported May 24 that a railcar had been broken into.
PROPERTY DAMAGE - A woman reported Tuesday that sometime the night before someone had broken out the back window of her vehicle on the 400 block of Third Street Northeast. The officer observed that there was a large turtle-shaped rock in the back seat and the window was broken.
A man reported Friday that sometime the night before someone tried to force entry into his locked vehicle on the 700 block of 11th Street Northeast. There were pry marks on the vehicle.
A report from the 1000 block of Fifth Avenue Southeast on May 24 that someone had bent the safety poles and took the safety netting from the discus pit. The netting was found damaged and wrapped around the goal posts of the football field. Damage was estimated at $1,000. No witnesses or suspects.
Police responded to damage at the Great Wall Restaurant May 20. Sometime during the night one of the large front windows of the business had been broken.
BAR FIGHT - Officers responded at 12:42 a.m. Tuesday to a fight at the Falls Bar.
JUVENILE PARTY -Officers responded at 11:16 p.m. Monday to a juvenile party on the 600 block of Eighth Street Northeast.
VANDALISM - Officers responded to the Little Falls Community High School at 8:10 a.m. Monday for a vandalism report.
Vandalism was reported at 4:31 a.m. Monday on the 1000 block of First Avenue Northeast.
SHOOTING COMPLAINT - Officers responded at 7:11 p.m. Sunday to a shooting complaint on the 600 block of Third Street Northeast.
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - A man on the 300 block of Third Street Northeast reported Sunday that he believes someone has looked in his windows as he found chewing tobacco under the window on the siding on his residence.
A woman reported Sunday that a male subject walked in the Perkins restaurant carrying a brown tool bag and was talking to himself.
CRASHES - An accident without injuries was reported at 10 a.m. Friday at the intersection of West Broadway and Lindbergh Drive.
An accident with no injuries was reported at 5:11 p.m. May 26 in the Westside Discount Liquor parking lot.
An accident with no injuries was reported at 3:51 p.m. May 25 in the IWCO parking lot.
A hit-and-run accident with no injuries was reported at 9 a.m. May 20 in the Little Falls High School staff parking lot.
LOST - A woman called Thursday to report she lost her wedding ring on May 26 sometime around 8:30 p.m. in the area of Zarns gas station and Dairy Queen. The ring is gold with three small diamonds set low in the band with no prongs.
ANIMAL COMPLAINT - A woman contacted police May 26 and reported a large white shepherd dog had walked into the street on the 600 block of First Street Northeast and was nearly struck by a car. It also appeared the dog needed medical attention for a large abscess on its shoulder.
A black bear was reported at 6:53 a.m. May 23 near Fourth Street and Eighth Avenue Southeast.
A bear was reported at 6:45 p.m. May 20 in the backyard of a residence on the 700 block of 12th Street Northeast.
ROAD RAGE - An officer witnessed on May 20 a road rage incident involving a male subject on a motorcycle who was westbound on Highway 27 East. Contact was made between the officer and the motorcyclist as he pulled into the Holiday Station Store and the officer detected alcohol on his breath. The motorcyclist admitted to consuming a couple of beers before getting on his bike in Pierz. A preliminary breath test was .036. The motorcyclist admitted to having suspended driving privileges and no motorcycle endorsement and he was cited for driving after suspension. He agreed to push the motorcycle 12 blocks to his residence.
ANIMAL COMPLAINTS - Police were called Monday to a residence on the 200 block of Long Prairie Road for stray dogs in a yard. The officer collected four puppies but was unable to get the fifth one. Dogs were taken to the vet clinic in Staples. Owners of the dogs were not at home and it was reported they had been gone for several days.
On a similar note, police were called Monday to a home where a woman complained that a stray pitbull-type dog was on her property chasing her grandchildren. The officer located the dog across the road and was able to capture it and take it to the vet clinic. It was the same dog reported at another residence earlier.
At 5:28 p.m. Saturday police received a complaint of campers letting their dogs run loose at a campground on Thunder Road in Staples. The complainant stated that he reported it to the park ranger and also asked the owner to keep the dog tied. When the park ranger left, the complainant said the dog owners turned the dog loose and joked about it. The officer informed the dog owner that any more complaints and they would be kicked out of the park. While in the park, pets must be leashed at all times.
Another dog complaint received at 11:50 a.m. Saturday involved a neighbor's dog who had chased the complainant's son. The dog did not bite the child but caused fear in him and he ran back to his father's side.
PROPERTY DAMAGE - A woman reported that someone struck a light pole about 7 a.m. May 24 on the 200 block of Second Avenue Southeast.
THEFT - A woman reported Friday the theft of two solar-powered lights stolen from her parents' gravesites at Evergreen Cemetery sometime since May 26. She said it appeared other graves also may have had items missing.
AGENCY ASSIST - Police were called at 2 p.m. Sunday to assist Wadena County with shots fired in the McGivern Park north of Staples. Upon arrival, the officer assisted the deputy with a group of people shooting clay pigeons on the skeet range. The complainant said the pellets were landing on his property from the shooting. It was determined that the party was not aware of the buildings located down range were that close.
CRASH - A hit-and-run accident with no injuries was reported at 4 p.m. Friday in the Burger King parking lot. The driver who left the scene was located.
BURGLARY - Police were called to a burglary May 26 on the 400 block of Spruce Drive. Several computer components were taken.
Crow Wing sheriff
ROAD HAZARD - A motorist reported Monday a sink hole at Sorenson Lake Road and County Road 3 in Lake Edward Township.
CRASH - An accident without injuries was reported at 3:21 p.m. Monday on Birchdale Road. A driver was cited for careless driving.
The Cuyuna Regional Medical Center emergency room reported at 10:22 a.m. Monday that a victim was injured on his motorcycle when he laid it down to avoid a deer on County Road 11 in Mission Township.
A one-vehicle rollover was reported at 8:13 a.m. Sunday in Platte Lake Township. The driver was transported to St. Cloud Hospital via North Aircare. North Ambulance, Pierz Fire Department and Pine Center First Responders also responded to the crash. No other information was available Tuesday.
ANIMAL COMPLAINT - A man reported Monday that the neighbor's dogs came into his yard and killed a pet rabbit in Roosevelt Township.
A deputy was flagged down by a male in Garrison Sunday who reported two bear cubs up a tree in his yard. He said he would be leaving the area for a while in hope that the cubs would come down and run away. The DNR was advised.
A large German shepherd was reported to have been struck by a vehicle Saturday in Long Lake Township. The dog appeared to have obvious leg wounds. The deputy was canceled en route when it was then learned the dog had not been struck by a vehicle but had been disabled for the past three years.
Horses were reported on the roadway Saturday in Oak Lawn Township. A neighbor planned to board the horses until the owner was located.
Horses were also reported in the roadway Friday on Horseshoe Lake Road in Mission Township.
Cows were reported Friday in the roadway in Garrison.
A Nokay Lake Township woman reported Friday the neighbor's dogs attacked her dog the night before.
THEFT - A man on the 6300 block of Birchdale Road reported Sunday the theft of items from his boat the night before.
A homeowner Saturday reported a house broken into and power tools taken in Daggett Brook Township.
A boat trailer was reported stolen Friday from a residence in Nokay Lake Township.
INFORMATION - A report received Sunday that someone was damaging wood carvings in Merrifield.
The Holiday Gas Station in Nisswa called at 4:43 a.m. Saturday after receiving several complaints from customers of a male walking in the middle of the northbound lane of State Highway 371 near Hole In The Day Drive.
A person reported finding bones at a boat access Friday in Deerwood.
FIRE - A grass fire was reported at 6:24 p.m. Saturday on County Road 113 in Roosevelt Township.
A boat on Sugarbush Trail was reported Friday to be damaged by fire, reported for insurance purposes.
INJURED - An ambulance was called at 10:54 a.m. Friday for a 12-year-old with a head injury. A Crosslake officer assisted and North Ambulance was paged.
A jet ski accident with injuries was reported at 11:18 a.m. Saturday on Cross Lake. North Ambulance and Crosslake First Responders were paged. No other information was available Tuesday.
GAS LEAK - A landscaper hit a gas line Friday on Huxtable Point Road in Mission Township. Mission Fire Department was paged for stand by.
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