3:35 a.m. Suspicious activity. Second Street S. An officer on patrol observed a parked vehicle affiliated with a local business that was unoccupied with its dome light on. The officer found the vehicle was unlocked. The officer shut the lights off, locked the vehicle and checked the area. No other abnormalities were found. No further action was needed.
9:20 p.m. DWI. 10th Avenue N. An officer on patrol pulled a vehicle over for speed, however, upon making contact with the driver, it was evident they were impaired. The driver refused field sobriety tests as well as a preliminary breath test. The individual was arrested and blew a .16. In order to legally operate a motorized vehicle, you must be below a .08. The driver was held at Stearns County Jail for second-degree DWI. The vehicle was forfeited.
11 p.m. Domestic. Officers were dispatched to a residential building after a complainant called to report lots of screaming coming from a surrounding unit. Upon arrival, officers entered the unit to verify the safety of those inside. Upon entering, two individuals were found to be very hostile. Officers spoke with them, but nothing criminal was found. No charges were made.
7 p.m. Intoxicated person. First Avenue N. A complainant called regarding a family member who was severely intoxicated, conscious but not able to move. Officers and Mayo medics arrived and assessed the individual. The individual eventually sobered up and showed they could care for themself. No further action was needed.