May 15 Sartell police blotter

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May 5

12:45 a.m. Open door. First Street N. An officer observed a shed door at a residence was left open. The officer checked the area but did not observe anything out of the ordinary. The officer left his card on a vehicle near the garage/residence.

May 6

10:15 p.m. Argument. 17th Street S. Officers were dispatched to a civil argument between two individuals regarding their marriage separation and locked doors to their home. The couple has been arguing but there were no reports or signs of anything physical, however one of the individuals was intoxicated. Officers spoke to both parties to diffuse the situation and transported the intoxicated individual to a residence in St. Cloud.          

May 7

2:30 a.m. Loud Music. Sunburst Avenue. Officers went to a town home after loud music was reported for the second time. The complainant reported hearing loud music and people talking through the walls of their town home. Officers stood and could hear music and loud conversation. Citations were issued to the homeowner.

May 8

12:30 a.m. Park patrol. Northside Park. An officer on drove through North Side Park and observed no issues.

May 9

6:15 p.m. Welfare check. 11th Avenue E. A person who attends a Narcotics Anonymous group was not able to get in touch with another member for two weeks. An officer contacted the individual the person and determined they were fine.

May 10

12:10 a.m. Personal assist. Meadow Drive. A requested an officer’s help gathering their things from a former partner’s residence. The complainant said the person was withholding belongings and throwing items at the complainant. An officer assisted the complainant in gathering property and mediated the situation. The complainant had a ride coming and was going to stay at another location for the night.

May 11

9:45 a.m. Argument. Roberts Road. A 911 caller reported hearing yelling and children crying from a surrounding apartment. Officers found there was a couple arguing over relationship issues. Officers worked with the couple to diffuse the situation.

 

 

 

 

Author: Mike Knaak

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