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5:18 a.m. Medical. 16th Avenue S.E. Authorities were dispatched after receiving a report of an elderly female who was experiencing abdominal pain and difficulty breathing. Police stayed with her until Gold Cross Ambulance arrived and transported her to the St. Cloud Hospital.
11:04 a.m. Gas drive-off. College Avenue N. Employees of a local gas station reported an individual who had driven off without paying for their gas. Police located the driver who immediately paid his bill.
6:22 p.m. Found property. First Avenue N.E. Police were dispatched after receiving a report of two leaf blowers found hidden in the bushes. They were transported back to the police department and tagged as lost. No one has claimed them as of yet.
5:03 a.m. Medical. 16th Avenue S.E. Authorities responded to a male who was not breathing. Upon arrival, they determined the man was deceased.
5:08 p.m. Accident. Elm Street E. Police were alerted of an accident that had occurred in the parking lot of a local business. Upon arrival, photos were taken of the damage but medical assistance was declined.
1:18 a.m. Arrest. College Avenue S. St. Joseph police assisted with a warrant arrest at a local residence. The suspect answered his door and was advised he was under arrest. He was turned over to a deputy for transportation.
6:57 a.m. Assist. College Avenue S./Lanigan Way S.E. Police assisted a female drive who had slammed on her brakes to avoid a deer. The deer had hit the front of her vehicle and was lying in the ditch.
5:13 a.m. Unlocked door. Minnesota Street E. While on patrol, an officer found the door of a local business unlocked. The owner of the business was contacted and said he would come by soon to lock the door.
1 p.m. Medical. College Avenue S. Police responded to a report of a student who was experiencing an increased heart rate and difficulty breathing. Upon arrival, the student was doing better. Police stood by until Gold Cross Ambulance arrived.