Aug. 19 Sartell police blotter

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Aug. 11

Noon. Extra patrol. Evergreen Drive. A man reported his business vehicle, propane tanks, dumpster and more were being tampered with at night.

Aug. 12

7 p.m. Threat. Fifth Avenue E. A person reported a threat made by another tenant in the building. The individual accused the complainant of stalking and threatening to beat him. The complainant stated the individual making threats showed signs of being under the influence. The complainant requested officers document the incident.

Aug. 13

4 p.m. Custody. Third Street S. A 911 caller was concerned about her children. Her ex has a history of domestic violence. One of their children stated they did not want to go to their father’s house out of fear the father will spank them. Officers contacted both parties and both stated they have/will be contacting human services.  

Aug. 14

3:30 p.m. Indecent exposure. CR 120. A woman reported a man exposed himself in front of her and her children. Officers contacted the man and explained that exposing himself in public is illegal. He stated he “did not recall if he did or did not.” Officers contacted the city attorney and decided the man will be cited and will need to appear in court.

Aug. 15

8 p.m. Traffic stop. Division Street W. and Hwy. 15.  An officer working a Toward Zero Deaths shift observed a vehicle with expired registration. The officer instructed the driver to update the registration.

Aug. 16

1:45 p.m. Stall. First Street NE and Third Avenue E. Officers were notified of a stalled vehicle that was not a hazard to other drivers but would take a few hours to remove.

Aug. 17

10 p.m. Alarm. Second Street S. Officers were dispatched to business alarm. Officers made sure the business was secure. The owner was contacted and made aware of what happened.


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