12:13 p.m. Theft. Cedar Street E. Officer dispatched to an apartment. Person reported he went fishing for the weekend, returned home and noticed several of his remote control cars and equipment gone. He said apartment was locked when he left and when he returned. He also noted his girlfriend moved out three weeks prior, was on the lease and was supposed to contact the landlord to get off the lease and turn in keys. A signed stolen-property report was obtained. Officer spoke with the ex who said she does have some of the property and will return it when money owed her is paid. Both parties were informed this is a civil matter that can go to small-claims court. No further action needed.
7:14 a.m. Verbal dispute. Cypress Drive. A person reported she could hear a male and female yelling inside an apartment. Upon arrival, officer could hear arguing coming from inside the apartment. When officer made contact, a man was lying on the kitchen floor crying. Officer poke with each person privately and learned they were arguing about marriage issues. They have been together for 27 years and on and off the last five years. Both advised the dispute had not been physical. The officer did not observe any signs of bodily injury. No further action taken.
3:13 p.m. Accident. 8th Avene NE/CR 75. Officer was dispatched to a car-and-bicycle crash. No injuries were found on arrival. A bicyclist was traveling westbound on the shoulder of the county road. A motorist was turning onto the country road from 8th Avenue NE and did not see the bicyclist. As the driver entered the county road, she struck the biker. A state accident report was completed. The bicyclist was arrested for a warrant and transported to jail.
9:15 a.m. Theft. Minnesota Street E. While at Kwik Trip East an officer was approached by a person wanting to report a theft. The person advised he put a vinyl 4 x 8 foot CDL help-wanted sign up on the east side of the Rodeway Inn property. The next day, the sign was gone. Total value $125.
11:15 p.m. Intruder. First Avenue NW. A person called because an unknown college student entered her home via the back door. When he was confronted, he ran off toward College Avenue on Ash Street. Officers checked the area and were not able to locate the suspect. The homeowner advised this is an ongoing issue, and she has talked with the city and colleges about it in the past. No further action required.
4:38 p.m. Road rage. CR 2/Minnesota Street W. Officers were dispatched to a roadrage complaint. Vehicle 1 was traveling in front of vehicle 2 southbound on CR 2 from CR 75 when something similar to corn nuts was allegedly thrown out of the vehicle. The nuts then hit and peppered vehicle 2. Vehicle 2 tried to get the other driver’s attention, but they didn’t stop. On CR 2 under I-94 near Frontage Road, the driver of vehicle 2 said vehicle 1 slowed down to turn left, so he passed on the right. He said the other vehicle then hit his vehicle. The driver and passengers in vehicle 1 all stated vehicle 2 drove up behind them erratically and tried to pass them on the left in a no-passing zone but failed. They stated they were going to turn onto Frontage Road with the blinker on but decided not to because of the other driver`s behavior. They stated vehicle 2 passed them on the right and slammed on the brakes. The driver of vehicle 1 said he tried to avoid hitting the other vehicle but struck the rear corner. Those in vehicle 1 said they weren’t eating peanuts and didn’t throw anything out the window. They also said the driver of vehicle 2 was extremely agitated and yelling at them, which made them afraid. Damage estimated to be more than $1,000.