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9:47 p.m. Warrant. Walmart. While on patrol, an officer located an adult male with a known active warrant. The officer placed the male under arrest without incident.
11:49 p.m. Verbal. 11th Avenue E. A report was made regarding two family members having a verbal argument. Officers arrived and were able to defuse the situation. One member left the residence for the evening.
1:09 p.m. Suspicious vehicle. 10th Avenue N. A complaint was made regarding an unknown vehicle parked in a resident’s driveway. When officers arrived, the vehicle had left the area.
5:55 p.m. Suspicious activity. 7th Street N. A report was made regarding juvenile males parked with multiple people coming and going from the vehicle. Officers arrived and located drug paraphernalia and marijuana inside the vehicle. Both males were issued citations and released to their guardians.
11:37 p.m. Agency assist. 2nd Street S. While on patrol, an officer saw a juvenile male matching the description of a runaway male from St. Cloud. The officer identified the male and then returned him to his residence without incident.
4:30 p.m. Fight. Hwy. 15. A report was made regarding two males in a physical fight on the side of the roadway. An officer arrived and found the males had calmed down and they needed no assistance.
6:21 p.m. Verbal. Riverside Avenue. A report was made regarding a verbal argument between an adult male and an adult female. Both parties stated the argument was only verbal and no assistance was needed.
6:09 p.m. Unwanted persons. 12th Avenue N. A complaint was made regarding an adult male and an adult female refusing to leave a residence. Officer arrived and spoke to all parties involved. The male and female agreed to leave the residence without incident.
11:05 p.m. Traffic stop. Blackberry Circle. While on patrol, an officer witnessed a suspicious vehicle driving slowly through the area. It was found the driver had a revoked license and was unable to provide current proof of insurance. The driver stated he was aware of his status. He was issued a citation for both violations, and the vehicle was towed from the area.
11:07 a.m. Welfare check. 10th Avenue N. A report was made regarding a vehicle running most of the morning and they were unable to contact the owner. Officers arrived and were able to make contact with the owner, who stated he was aware.