Friday, September 21, 2012

Police blotter.

Monday, 9:38 A.M.: 
Caller believes someone has a key to her house. She was gone for the weekend and came home to find her front lawn raked.

Monday, 8:19 P.M.:  Caller reports her neighbor is eating her wild rice.

Tuesday, 5:19 P.M.:  Caller reports a highly intoxicated vagrant wandering around the parking lot, swearing and asking people where his bike is.  Caller told him where his bike was because she could see it, but he wouldn't listen to her.

Wednesday, 9:21 P.M.:  Caller reports a blue van drove by the house and yelled something out of the window.

Friday, 8:39 A.M.:  Caller would like to speak with an officer, but would not say what the problem was.

Saturday, 11:42 A.M.: Resident near Beaser Park reports three kids that keep taking Mutt Mitts and filling them with sand.  Bags are scattered all over the park.

Saturday, 8:13 P.M.: Caller reports receiving a phone call from his father, who is at Clam Lake.  Father said that he was in big trouble with law enforcement and was being taken to jail, then the line was disconnected.  When the son called his father back, father stated he was only kidding, then hung up.  Caller reports he checked with area jails and his father wasn’t in custody; requested welfare check on his father at the lake.  Update, 9:26 P.M.: Officer reports finding the father and he confirmed it was “just a joke” and that he called his son back and “chewed him out royally.”

Sunday, 3:10 P.M.: Caller reports lewd male wearing only t-shirt and socks.

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