April 13 St. Joseph police blotter

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March 22

10:52 p.m. Driving after revocation. College Avenue S. An officer stopped a vehicle with a burned out headlight driving south and traveling 44 mph in a 30-mph zone. The driver from North Dakota said he had a revoked license. He was cited for driving after revocation and given a warning for speeding.

March 23

3:18 p.m. Equipment violation. CR 121 and Jade Road. An officer saw a sport utility vehicle traveling east on CR 75 with blue headlights. The driver was stopped on CR 121. The driver told the officer he did not have a valid driver’s license. The driver was cited for driving after revocation and cited for the blue headlights The vehicle was parked and a friend drove him home.

March 24

10:45 p.m. Noise complaint. Second Avenue NW. While on patrol, an officer heard yelling coming from 31 Second Ave. NW. The renters were warned and told if officers returned they would be cited. The renters started clearing the house.

11:57 p.m. Noise complaint. Ash Street E. While on patrol, an officer heard yelling coming from the basement at 117 Ash St. E. The renter was warned and told if officers returned he would be cited.

March 26

9:40 a.m. Damage to property. First Avenue NE. Damage to the bathrooms at the Lake Wobegon trail facility was reported. The officer found in the past 24 hours someone damaged two outlets, plumbing on a sink, a handle on a urinal and kicked the heater covers. Damage was estimated at $500.

March 31

12:20 a.m. Noise complaint. Fourth Avenue SE. Officers were dispatched to a noise complaint at 401 Fourth Ave. SE. Officers were told there were loud voices and music on the second floor. Upon arrival, the officer was told the noise had stopped.

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