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11:45 a.m. Agency assist. 69th Avenue. Assisted Stearns County Sheriff’s Department with the apprehension of a vehicle and detaining its occupants involved in a shooting.
5:09 p.m. Assist person. Cedar Street E. Caller requested a standby while he picked up his brother’s property from ex-girlfriend’s apartment. Officer ID’d all individuals present for landlord and found one of the males had an active warrant. He was arrested and transported to jail. Another officer arrived to standby until all parties were finished at the apartment.
3:29 p.m. Harassment. 10th Avenue SE. Complainant stated another female keeps calling, texting and Facebooking her stating she better watch herself walking alone. Officer called her and advised her to stop or she may be charged. She accused the complainant of the same. Both were advised to delete each other off everything and to leave each other alone. Both were advised to save what they have now if needed later. Nothing further at this time.
3:27 p.m. Hit and run. College Avenue S. Sometime since Oct. 15 and today complainant’s vehicle was hit parked in the west back lot of Lottie Hall. Unknown suspect vehicle. Minor damage to left rear corner.
4:07 p.m. Found dog. Baker Street E./12th Avenue SE. Caller was walking and saw a small brown fluffy dog with no tags near the side of the road. She thought it was their neighbors and brought it to them but it was not theirs. Officer put dog in the pen.