|7/25/2019 2:13:00 PM|
Burglary suspects nabbed
Authorities were successful in locating burglary suspects over the past week in two days of incidents...one was a call July 18 about 6:35 a.m., of a residential burglary at an address on Lake Boulevard (Hwy. 8). The suspect was described as a white male, with a red shirt. The suspect, a Shafer resident, was observed by a patrol deputy shortly after the call came in and was apprehended in Center City.
And, on July 17 a burglary at an address on Lindo Trail came to the attention of authorities via an alarm about 4:15 p.m. A mobile fish house was reported stolen. The house is bronze-colored, on wheels and has metal vertical siding. Two suspects fled and were picked up. One is not being held and charges are not expected, according to a sheriff’s office spokes-person. Several hours later, about 9:45 p.m. authorities picked up a suspicious male walking on Lofton Ave. north of Chisago City and have detained him as the third suspect in this incident.
July 16 Lakes Area Police did annual alcohol sales compliance chceks using an underage decoy buyer. Of 16 licensed locations visited there was just one (Lindstrom Municipal) that ended up not checking I.D. A report will be filed for the county attorney to consider charges on procuring (providing) alcohol for a minor.
July 18 there was a car on fire at a Chisago City gas station, and an extinguisher wasn’t sufficient to put it out so Chisago City firefighters were requested. Incident reported about 3:45 a.m. Nobody was hurt. Another car on fire was reported July 17 at 9 p.m. near Holiday station, in Lindstrom. Employees at the station were able to put this fire out.
July 19 the Friday night storm activity left a number of trees down, powerlines damaged and standing water in spots in Nessel and Rushseba townships and areas a little south. Storm damage sparked a powerline fire on Gemstone Lane about 5:30 p.m. The Chisago County Fair was shutdown early (appx 4 p.m.) Friday night due to standing water, and concerns about the possibility of power loss and wind damage. A spokesperson for East Central Electric, Lynzie Kelly, said 6,000 customers were without power at the height of outages July 19. By 7 a.m. Saturday the count was down to 150, she added. Additionally, expect any standing but damaged tress that could impact lines, to be taken down over this week.
Also Friday, July 19 police and deputies executed an arrest warrant on a suspect, about 2:20 p.m. in downtown North Branch. A telephone was found on the suspect, reported as stolen from the laundromat not long before the arrest.
July 20 a domestic incident reported on the freeway in the southbound lane, about quarter after midnight. The parties were seperated by the responding deputy and a cellphone that had been tossed into a ditch was located by a K9 unit.
July 21 a juvenile was reported by Fairview emergency room staff as being bitten by a dog, in the neighborhood of Woodridge Trail, Chisago City. Lakes Area Police are following up.
Domestic incident at an address on First Street in Rush City reported about 11:50 p.m. Responding deputy was not allowed entry and parties told him to go away. No arrest made.
Local man dies in rollover crash on Forest Blvd. July 21
Authorities report a fatality over the weekend, Sunday, July 21, when a pickup truck heading south on old Highway 61 (Forest Blvd.) went off the road and rolled several times, killing the sole occupant. A passerby called in the crash scene which was about one mile north of Harris, at about 5:10 a.m.
The driver Anthony Rollins, 29, of North Branch had died at the scene, according to the sheriff’s office.
Harris Fire, North Branch Police and Lakes Region EMS assisted.
Erica Marie Lewis, 37, Mpls. Booked by county on warrant. Released.
Tammy Lynn Marsh, 27, Wisc. Booked by county on warrant. Released.
Corey Daniel Murto, 42, Farmington. Booked by state patrol. Released.
Michele Lisa Sosnoski, 49, Eagan. Booked by state patrol. Released.
Michael Steven Dennis, 51, Wisc. Booked by unknown agency. Released.
Justin James Cameron, 31, Duluth. Booked by Wyoming Police. Released.
Chase William Peterson, 23, Finlayson. Booked by warrant. Released.
Michael Paul Peterson, 32, Brook Park. Booked by warrant. Day release okay.
Anthony Russell Ferraro, 18, Shafer. Booked by county. Released.
Jonathan Adam Lankki, 34, Aurora. Booked by warrant. Held.
Rayvel Demoyne West, 31, Duluth. Booked by warrant. Held.
Derek Justin Skajewski, 29, Cambridge. Booked for court. Released.
Thai Thao, 30, St. Paul. Booked by county. Held.
Joseph John Osterbauer, 27, North Branch. Booked by North Branch Police. Released.
Christian Darren Smith, 30, St. Paul. Booked by county Held.
Amy Renee Grosz, 37, North Branch. Booked by North Branch Police, held under sentence.
Caleb Edward Potopa, 20, Shafer. Booked by county. Released.
Troy Michael Kuhn, 45, Austin. Booked by county on warrant. Held.
Dylan Thomas Waldo, 26, St. Paul. Booked on warrant. Held.
Jacob Sterling Lesewski, 26, Forest Lake. Booked by Wyoming Police. Released.
Daniel Joseph Lenahan, 35, Chisago City. Booked by state patrol. Held.
Joseph Anthony Emons, 39, Mora. Booked by county on warrant. Released.
Jordan William Turner, 33, Osage. Booked by warrant. Held.
Deanna Marie Haupert, 60, North Branch. Booked by North Branch Police. Released.
Charles Lawrence Kolad, 57, North Branch. Booked by state patrol. Held under sentence.
Travis James Sutton, 24, Onamia. Booked by North Branch Police. Held.
Christopher Kalob Bowerman, 19, Rush City. Booked by North Branch Police. Released.
Michelle Lee Frevel, 37, Grasston. Booked by warrant. Day release okay.
Nicole Mary Vincent, 22, North Branch. Booked by North Branch Police. Day release okay.
Cassandra Lynn Losh, 29, McGregor. Booked by warrant. Day release okay.