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3:51 a.m. Suspicious vehicle. 1st Avenue N. Police were dispatched after a report of a suspicious vehicle parked in a lot. Complainant stated he had never seen the vehicle there before. Upon arrival, the vehicle was located, but the driver was not present. No suspicious activity was recorded.
5:46 a.m. Alarm. 10th Street N.E. Sauk Rapids police assisted in a burglary alarm. Upon arrival, the building was secured, and no keyholder responded. The area was cleared.
2:45 p.m. Damage. Summit Avenue N. Complainant called police after realizing his car was damaged after leaving it in a parking lot overnight. He was unsure who damaged it but was calling in order to have it documented. No suspects have been found at this time.
Detox. 2nd Avenue S. Police were dispatched after receiving a call regarding an intoxicated female. Upon arrival, police found the female to be drinking from a paper bag. She was argumentative and subsequently handcuffed. Police transported her to the hospital for further assessment and treatment.
12:02 a.m. Suspicious activity. Ocarnia Drive. Police responded to a report of a male moving furniture from a vacant residence. Upon arrival, the male explained he was taking belongings from his deceased brother’s home. No further action was taken.
Warrant. 4th Avenue N. Authorities were dispatched after receiving a report a warranted suspect appeared to be using drugs. The police found the female suspect and subsequently arrested her. She was handcuffed and transported to the Sherburne County Deputy for further action.
9:32 a.m. Theft. Benton Drive N. Police responded to a report from a male business owner who stated four tires had been stolen from his business overnight. Police searched the area but found no evidence. There have been no identified suspects as of yet.
2:10 p.m. Animal complaint. 4th Street N. Police responded to a call from a complainant who was concerned about a barking dog. Upon arrival, police searched the area but could not locate the dog.
11:25 a.m. Found property. Benton Drive N. The manager of a local service station called police after finding a wallet left on a gas pump. The owner of the wallet was contacted, and his property was returned.
1:55 p.m. Medical. 4th Avenue S. Police responded to a call regarding a juvenile who had slid backward down a hill and subsequently hit his head. Upon arrival, the male juvenile was bleeding heavily and was transported to the emergency room for further medical assistance.
5:54 p.m. Fire. 4th Street S./River Avenue S. Officers were dispatched after receiving a report of smoke coming from the woods. When they arrived, police found a small recreational fire but could not locate any individuals. The fire was extinguished.
9:45 a.m. Alarm. 13th Avenue N. Police responded to a call regarding an alarm at a local business. Upon arrival, the building was secured, and the keyholder stated the last crew member who left had entered the wrong code.
11:13 p.m. Noise complaint. Summit Avenue N. Police responded to a report of loud music coming from inside the Government Center. Upon arrival, authorities found several individuals renting the community room, holding the exit door open in order to allow the music to travel outside the building. The party was advised to turn their music down. No complaints were filed afterward.