THEFT - Adam Hauber, 13000 block of Shawkia Drive, Sunday reported the theft of a horse.
Chris Kafer, 40000 block of Peninsula Road, Saturday reported the lower unit stolen off his boat motor.
Noreen Windhauser, 13000 block of North Horseshoe Lake Road, Saturday reported the theft of a cell phone charger.
Barbara Terry, 6000 block of Estate Circle Drive, Friday reported a theft.
Jesse Fletcher, 11000 block of Brayton Road, Friday reported a laptop computer stolen.
PROPERTY DAMAGE - Received eight reports of damaged mailboxes Sunday on Crow Wing County Road 3 and 4.
Joseph Jarvela, 30000 block of Highway 6, Friday reported damage to a sign.
PUBLIC ASSIST - Along with Crosslake and Breezy Point police departments was asked to provide extra patrol Sunday at Whitefish Golf Course, 35458 Butternut point Road, in case there was a problem at the golf course's annual shareholders meeting.
ARREST - Responded to a report of a fight at 2:45 p.m. Friday at the 14000 block of Katrine Drive. Arrested an 18-year-old man for fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance, third-degree DWI and for a hit and run traffic accident.
BURGLARY - Carrie Hayes, 24000 block of Highway 18, Friday reported a burglary at the residence.
CRASHES - No injuries were reported in a two-vehicle collision at 2:38 p.m. Saturday at Novotny Road and Highway 371.
No injuries were reported in a two-vehicle collision at 2:21 p.m. Saturday at Wise Road and Highway 371.
No injuries were reported in a two-vehicle collision at 2:30 p.m. Friday on the 14000 block of Dellwood Drive.
PROPERTY DAMAGE - Jo Ann Larson, 10000 block of Cypress Drive, Friday reported damage to her property.
THEFT - Dustin Aune on Sunday reported the theft of an iPod from his unlocked vehicle while it was parked overnight at Gregory Park.
Larry Olson, 1000 block of Oak Street, Friday reported a bike stolen.
Loren Engholm, 600 block of First Avenue Northeast, Friday reported the lower unit stolen off his boat motor.
Anthony Wolff, 500 block of South 10th Street, Friday reported a lawn mower stolen.
Samantha Gribbin, 1000 block of Campus Drive, Friday reported her computer stolen.
PUBLIC ASSIST - Received an anonymous report at 2:57 p.m. Friday of a child who'd been sitting in a car for about 20 minutes on the 200 block of South Sixth Street and the caller was concerned the child may be overheating. While officers were en route the parents came to get the child, who was sweating profusely. Officers checked the child's welfare and North Ambulance Assisted. The child was sent to St. Joseph's Medical Center in Brainerd for evaluation, where it was determined the child was OK and required no further medical attention. The case has been referred by the police department to Crow Wing County Social Services.
BURGLARY - Nicole Fiory, 400 block of D Street, Saturday reported her garage broken into and a bike stolen.
ANIMAL COMPLAINT - A woman on the 1000 block of Park Street on Saturday reported a snake in her yard. A neighbor killed the snake before officers arrived.
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - Patrick Shields, 400 block of Southeast 12th Street, at 1:05 a.m. Saturday reported a man walked up to his house and urinated on his steps. Officers were unable to located the suspect.
Michael Jay, 1000 block of Rosewood Street, at 10:25 p.m. Saturday reported a prowler in his yard. The prowler was hit with a rake and took off, with the only description given of the prowler possibly being a man. Officers were unable to locate a suspect.
INVESTIGATION - At 12:20 a.m. Saturday officers were in pursuit of a vehicle from the 1600 block of Kitty Hawk Circle to Portland Avenue. Two males fled on foot from the vehicle and officers were unable to locate them. The suspect vehicle was brought to the Brainerd Police Department for processing. Several items stolen from storage units on Kitty Hawk Circle were recovered in the suspect vehicle.
Received a phone call from a woman at 8:52 p.m. Friday who said she'd known a person for the past 15 years and that person was illegally downloading movies off the Internet and selling them. The information was forwarded to investigators.
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