|5/28/2021 1:56:00 PM|
The Lakes Area Police have had a number of calls about all terrain vehicles and utility vehicles on city streets in violation of the ordinances. ATVs and snowmobiles are only allowed from November to March and vehicles like golf carts need a special registration through city hall. Please check with your city hall staff.
May 23 a stabbing incident reported at an address on Olympic Trail, Lindstrom, about 4:10 p.m. One was transported to Fairview and a 38-year-old male was taken into custody.
A traffic stop about 3:25 a.m. for speeding, in the area of I-35 and Hwy. 8, resulted in arresting a male driver with warrants, one for felony robbery and the vehicle came back as stolen.
A second speeder stop the same day resulted in the driver being booked for illegal possession of prescription meds and excessive speeding.
A vehicle broken into parked on Amy Lane, Chisago City. CDs and other miscellaneous items taken.
Fishing gear stolen from car parked on Nathan Avenue in Lindstrom.
May 21 report of smoke coming from Center City home on Summit about noon. Possible cause a dehumidifier just plugged in for first time...no injury.
North Branch Police posted an apology on Facebook, on behalf of the law enforcement personnel who responded to a false report of a possible armed shooter who had allegedly shot people in a home in the Casselberry neighborhood. If there were disruptions in the lives of those nearby the incident, the authorities are very sorry.
North Branch P.D. was assisted by two other departments in setting up a perimeter outside the home and upon entering they found there had been no shooting and nobody was injured.
This is called “swatting” and North Branch Chief of Police Dan Meyer said the department is going to investigate this to the fullest extent possible. Any leads on who made the false report should be directed to NBPD at 674-8848.
Student, 18, at Chisago Lakes High School facing second degree assault charges for allegedly striking a school employee with his car. Employee filed complaint day after the incident.
Theft of a large carved wooden eagle from a homesite on St. Croix Trail (#95)
The MnDOT tower on Forest Blvd. between Stacy and Wyoming was vandalized. Building and fencing damaged, doesn’t appear entry was made.
Storage units at Wild River Storage broken into. Holes cut in perimeter fence.
Poe Kler Htoo, 40, St. Paul. Booked by county. Released.
Manuel Morales Garcia, 39, Burnsville. Booked by North Branch Police. Released.
Cheryl Lynn Plante, 50, Forest Lake. Booked by county. Released.
Raymond Ivan Holsten, 52, Brooklyn Center. Booked by county. Held.
Davya Janice Anne Hippen, 37, Harris. Booked by county. Released.
Edward Louis Kucera, 46, Circle Pines. Booked by county. Released.
Connor Jason Olson, 28, Rush City. Booked by North Branch Police. Held.
Mark Richard Kosloski, 47, Rush City. Booked by Wyoming Police. Released.
Jason James Wengler, 47. Forest Lake. Booked by warrant. Released.
Donald Scott Nelson, 26, Lindstrom. Booked by court. Released.
Sean Richard Sanigar, 31, Mpls. Booked by state patrol. Held.
Charles Keith Kohn, 26, Apple Valley. Booked by warrant. Released.
Nicole Marie Powers, 37, Blaine. Booked by county, held under sentence.
Cheri Lynette Wuerch, 37, Stacy. Booked by county. Released.
Brody Wallace Jensen, 24, Duluth. Booked by state patrol. Released.
Brittany Jean Spicer, 22, Hermantown. Booked by state patrol. Released.
Justin Lee Mroz, 39, Hinckley. Booked by county. Released.
Lucas Alexander Stunkart, 28, Duluth. Booked by warrants. Held.
Patrick Edwin Williams, 55, Walnut Grove. Booked by county, held under sentence.
Cory Allen Rawls, 32, North Branch. Booked by warrant. Released.