Tuesday, Feb. 16
2 a.m. Suspicious vehicle. Pinecone Road N. An officer on patrol observed running vehicles in the high school parking lot. The officer made contact with the individuals to make sure they were OK. It was found two of the three individuals were juveniles violating curfew. The officer spoke with their parents and mailed curfew citations.
Thursday, Feb. 18
4 p.m. Traffic stop. Riverside Avenue S. An officer on patrol observed a vehicle with illegal tint and a suspended object in the front window. The officer initiated a traffic stop and found the driver did not have a valid license. The officer issued a citation and advised the driver they had to get a ride from someone with a valid license. No further action was needed.
Monday, Feb. 22
12:30 p.m. Crash. Second Street S./CR 78. An officer was dispatched to a two-vehicle crash with no injuries. Upon arrival, the officer confirmed those involved did not sustain injuries, assisted in exchanging driver information, and completed a state crash report.
Wednesday, Feb. 24
1 p.m. School. Pinecone Road N. A School Resource Officer found a student who had a vape pen and cigarettes in their possession which violated Sartell School District’s tobacco-free environment rules. Disciplinary actions were made.
Saturday, Feb. 27
1:30 p.m. Intoxicated person. Second Street S. Officers were dispatched to a location after getting reports of an intoxicated male who almost stumbled into traffic. Officers made contact with the intoxicated individual who stated they were out for a few drinks. A friend of the intoxicated person signed a release form agreeing to care for the individual until they sobered up.
11 a.m. Medical. Sartell. Officers and Mayo medics were dispatched to a residence for an elderly individual experiencing a weak hand, facial changes and difficulty speaking. Mayo medics transported the individual to St. Cloud Hospital for further medical assistance.
6:23 p.m. No pay. Pinecone Road S. An officer was dispatched to a call of a no pay for gas. The officer contacted the registered owner of the vehicle and the owner admitted she had forgotten to pay for the gas after going in for groceries. The owner was on her way back to the store to pay for the gas.
3:09 p.m. Noise. Hi Vue Drive. An officer was called to an individual making a lot of noise, screaming and slamming doors. When the officer arrived on scene, he found a male working on a vehicle in the driveway. The male stated he was working on the truck and was getting frustrated; his frustrations were not directed to anyone other than the truck. Male was asked to keep his comments and noise level down.
11:38 p.m. DWI. 2nd Street S. Officers were dispatched to a possible intoxicated driver. Officers contacted the driver, who showed signs of impairment. An officer working a “Toward Zero Deaths” shift performed field sobriety testing and administered a preliminary breath test, ultimately the driver was booked into the Stearns County Jail for Driving While Intoxicated.
7:50 p.m. Unwanted. CR 120. An officer was dispatched to a fast-food chain to assist with getting two customers to leave. The manager explained they were not able to honor three coupons toward the food ordered by the couple in the drive through. The couple became upset and refused to leave the drive through. The couple eventually left the area before the officer arrived on scene.
8:43 a.m. Bike stolen. Victory Avenue. An officer was dispatched to a report of a theft of a men’s bike from an apartment building garage. The officer reviewed video with apartment staff and was unable to identify the individual. The suspect road the bike out of the garage, and the camera lost view of him.