9 p.m. Medical. Third Avenue SE. Officers responded to assist a 93-year-old male who fell inside the house with possible broken hip and leg. Officer arrived and found patient sitting in a chair and stating his leg and hip hurt a little bit. Assisted St. Joseph Rescue and Gold Cross. God Cross transported to St. Cloud Emergency Room.
7:23 a.m. Kennedy Community School. Citizen contact. Officer monitored hallways and spoke to students and staff.
2:24 a.m. Overdose. Iverson Street W. Female took approximately 15 1 mg. Lorazepam and an unknown number of Ambien. She had also consumed three to four beers during the evening. She was lethargic but able to answer questions. She did not admit to suicidal intentions, but did not appear to be honest when asked about her intentions. She was monitored by rescue and transported by Gold Cross.
3:30 a.m. Agency assist. County Road 138. Officer assisted in trying to locate 19-year-old female who was arguing with her mother. Mother said that daughter threw a knife at her and was threatening to kill her. Five people were in the house. Officer transported a female witness to St. Cloud.
2:14 a.m. Assist with domestic. Waite Park. Caller could hear male and female yelling at each other and then female crying. Officers attempted to get the individuals to come to door by knocking and kicking door and yelling for them to come to door. Due to nature of the call, a pass key was used to gain entrance to ensure the female was alright. Upon entrance, each officer spoke with respective party. Male denied any conflict but could not explain why someone would call in a domestic. He claimed they were both asleep. Female said the same.
2:35 a.m. Unwanted male. 37 College Ave. S. Male student was found passed out in women’s bathroom. Friend agreed to take him back to his dorm.
10:32 a.m. Theft. 109 Minnesota St. W. Male reported his cell phone had been stolen from his jacket previous evening in Sal’s Bar. He tried to call it with no answer then it was turned off. He tried texting to find it but phone was still off. $600 value.
2:30 p.m. Vandalism. College Avenue S. Male reported sometime overnight in the parking lot behind his apartment building, someone keyed the driver’s side of his vehicle. The scratches were deep and went from the driver’s door all the way to the back. Photos were taken. No other information at this time.
4:45 p.m. College Avenue N. Male had parked his car on the east side of the road in the morning. He came out and the left side had been hit from the rear to the front. No one around came forward to say they saw it. Photos taken and damage is about $1,500. No suspects.