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Jan. 28 Sartell police blotter

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Jan. 21

2:15 p.m. Traffic stop. CR 29 and 14th Ave. E.  An officer spotted a vehicle with a broken brake light. The driver was notified of the broken brake light and instructed to fix it as soon as possible.

Jan. 22

12:30 p.m. Verbal dispute. Lowell Lane. PM. Officers were dispatched to a residence after a complainant called 911 about their roommate being verbally abusive. Officers noticed both parties appeared to be intoxicated. There were no signs of physical abuse. Officers advised both parties to keep a distance from one another until they cooled down. Both parties agreed to maintain distance.

Jan. 23

2 p.m. Juvenile problem. Pinecone Road. A School Resource Officer was notified of a theft within the school. A student stole headphones that belonged to another student. The student that stole the headphones returned them the next day. The School Resource Officer discussed the issue with the student and notified the father. There will be school consequences.

Jan. 24

11:30 a.m. Unwanted person. CR 120.  Officers went to a business regarding an unwanted individual who refused to leave. Officers made contact with the individual and made sure he left the property.

Jan. 25

10:45 p.m. Intoxicated person. Sunset Avenue. Officers were dispatched to a residence about an intoxicated person. The complainant stated their significant other was being verbal but nothing physical had happened. The complainant’s significant other refused to speak with officers. No crime occurred. Officers advised the complainant to call if things escalated.

Jan. 26

11:45 p.m. Park check. CR 120. Officers patrolled Sauk River Regional Park. Nothing suspicious noted.

Jan. 27

1:45 p.m. Traffic stop. Fourth Avenue S. and Heritage Drive. An officer witnessed a vehicle with extremely dark tint and expired tabs. The officer conducted a traffic stop and found that the driver not only had expired tabs but also had invalid insurance. The individual was cited for both infractions. The officer transported the drive home and had the vehicle towed.

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