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10:35 a.m. Found property. College Avenue N. A wallet was found and turned into police. The property owner was contacted, and picked up the wallet from the police station.
5:49 a.m. Stalled vehicle. CR 2. An officer observed a vehicle put on its four-way flashers and stop. The driver stated they ran out of gas. An officer gave the person a ride to their residence to retrieve a full fuel canister, which they used to fill the vehicle enough to start it again.
4:08 a.m. Alarm. Elm Street E. A door had come open on a building, due to the latch and catch not working properly. Police checked the inside of the building, and no one had entered. A keyholder was contacted, and will advise management to fix the door.
8:07 p.m. Business assist. Elm Street E. A business owner saw a vehicle pull into a parking area. The owner asked police to check on the vehicle, as it was still there after closing time. The vehicle was empty.
10:13 a.m. Alarm. Iris Lane E. Police arrived at a home to find one door open and another unlocked. Police checked the house, and everything was normal. Both doors were then secured.