8:30 a.m. Gun permits. Pinecone Road S. Police department personnel ran background checks on individuals who applied for permits to purchase. Individuals who pass background checks will receive permits to purchase cards.
4:15 p.m. Threat complaint. Roberts Road. An officer was dispatched to a hostile dispute at an apartment between two individuals. The officer spoke with both parties about being mindful of their word choices and stature when discussing concerns. Both individuals stated they didn’t want further problems. No further action was needed.
10:30 p.m. Welfare check. A complainant stated they were concerned for the well-being of a child and mother who was intoxicated. Upon arrival, officers could hear the child crying but did not have access to enter. Officers gained access and found the mother passed out in bed due to severe intoxication and the child in their crib. Mayo Ambulance was paged to assess the intoxicated individual and CHIPS paperwork was filed. The child was temporarily placed in the care of a competent individual. Treatment options were discussed.
7:30 p.m. Agency assist. An officer from a neighboring city requested a Sartell officer’s assistance to contact a juvenile’s parents that reside in Sartell after stopping the juvenile for driving without a license. The Sartell officer attempted to make contact with parents but no answer.
2:45 p.m. DWI. Amber Avenue. A driving complaint was called in, and officers located the vehicle in a parking lot. Officers observed the driver exit the vehicle with signs of impairment. Officers performed field sobriety and a preliminary breath test and arrested the individual for DWI. Once the individual was in custody, the individual refused a breath test. The individual was charged with fourth-degree DWI and third-degree refusal and was released to a sober party.
1 a.m. Agency assist. Le Sauk Township. Sartell Officers assisted Stearns County Deputies with a domestic assault call involving two parties. Upon arrival, officers met with both parties who were already separated. Both individuals had signs of injury and intoxication. In speaking with the individuals, it was determined one initiated the altercation. The initiator was transported by Mayo Ambulance to St. Cloud Hospital for medical assistance and later arrested for domestic assault.
5:30 p.m. Road rage. First Street NE/Fifth Avenue E. Road rage. An officer was dispatched to an accident caused by road rage. Upon arrival the officer observed minimal damage to vehicles and no signs of injury. Both vehicles were drivable. The officer assisted in de-escalating the situation and exchanging driver information.
5:40 p.m. Order For Protection violation. A complainant called regarding a family member’s ex-significant other violating an Order for Protection. The officer filed a report and contacted the state in which the ex-significant other resides.