Dec. 21 Sartell blotter

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If any readers have tips concerning crimes, they should call the Sartell Police Department at 251-8186 or Tri-County Crime Stoppers at 255-1301 or access its tip site at www.tricountycrimestoppers.org. Crime Stoppers offers rewards up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for crimes.

 

Dec.  5

12:20 am. Suspicious vehicle. Le Sauk Drive. A report was made of two vehicles that had parked in a dirt lot and shut off their lights. Officers found they were just talking and would be leaving shortly.

2:45 pm. Juvenile check. 20th Avenue N. A report was made a small child got off at the wrong stop and no adult was going to be home. The child went to a neighbor’s home.

Dec. 6

5:43 pm. Suspicious vehicle. 5th Street N. A complaint was made regarding a suspicious vehicle parking behind the school. Officers waited for the owner to return and found he parks there so he is able to run where there are street lights.

7:55 pm. Suspicious activity. Riverside Avenue. A report was made of lights on inside a house that has been vacant. Officers found it was being cleaned by the realty company.

Dec. 7

12:57 am. Assault. Evergreen Drive. A complaint was made regarding an unknown male punching another male in the face and then running out of the building. The complainant did not want to file any charges.

6:12 pm. Theft. Walmart. A female was witnessed attempting to leave the store with unpaid merchandise. She was issued a citation and a trespass notice and released.

11:11 pm. Loud music. Cypress Circle. A complaint was made regarding loud music coming from a vehicle. Officers found a male was warming up his vehicle and had the music turned up loud. He turned down the music and left.

11:54 pm. Suspicious vehicle. 14th Avenue NE. A vehicle was witnessed parked and running with a sleeping male inside. Upon contact, officers found the male was waiting for his son to get off work.

Dec. 8

1:16 am. Parking violation. Utah Road. Winter-parking citation issued.

1:42 am. Parking violation. 17th Street N. Winter-parking citation issued.

1:52 am. Parking violation. Whippoorwill Way. Winter-parking citation issued.

1:53 am. Parking violation. 14th Street N. Winter-parking citation issued.

2 am. Parking violation. 12th Street N. Winter-parking citation issued.

2:01 am. Parking violation. Whippoorwill Way. Winter-parking citation issued.

2:03 am. Parking violation. 11th Street N. Winter-parking citation issued.

2:21 am. Parking violation. Madison Court. Winter-parking citation issued.

2:36 am. Parking violation. Pebble Creek Drive. Winter-parking citation issued.

2:46 am. Parking violation. Boulder Drive. Winter-parking citation issued.

2:53 am. Parking violation. Boulder Drive. Winter-parking citation issued.

3:01 am. Parking violation. Boulder Drive. Winter-parking citation issued.

3:13 am. Parking violation. 23rd Avenue N. Winter-parking citation issued.

3:20 am. Parking violation. 23rd Avenue N. Winter-parking citation issued.

3:27 am. Parking violation. 23rd Avenue N. Winter-parking citation issued.

7:36 am. Vandalism. 5th Avenue N,; 7th Street N,; Oak Hill Court; 5th Avenue N.; 10th Avenue N.; Village Avenue; 11th Avenue E. Multiple cars’ tires were slashed sometime during the night.

Dec. 9

12:14 am. Traffic Stop. Pinecone Road. Officer witnessed two vehicles erratically driving through the school’s parking lot and onto the roadway. One driver denied doing donuts and the other admitted to the offense. One citation was issued and the other driver was released, although he later received a citation for committing the same offense in another location.

Dec 10

1:20 am. Parking violation. Washington Court. Winter-parking citation issued.

1:31 am. Parking violation. Grizzly Lane. Winter-parking citation issued.

1:43 am. Parking violation. Utah Road. Winter-parking citation issued.

5:29 am. Parking violation. Brianna Drive. Winter-parking citation issued.

8:48 pm. Domestic. Walmart. A complaint was made regarding a male and female arguing in front of the store. Once officers arrived, the couple calmed down and they were able to leave.

9:18 pm. Juvenile complaint. DeZurik. A complaint was made regarding juvenile males attempting to build a ramp and snowboard behind the building. Officer spoke with the males and they left without incident.

 

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