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Police Blotter - November 21

Breezy Point Police Department

SHOOTING COMPLAINT: Report Nov. 13 from a woman saying her vehicle was hit by a bullet that morning, reporting windshield and roof damage. The officer assessed the damage and found a bird, not a bullet, damaged the vehicle.

Nisswa Police Department

BURGLARY: Report Nov. 12 of burglary of a storage unit on the 20000 block of Highway 371 in Nisswa.

Crow Wing County Sheriff’s Department

ACCIDENTS: Report Nov. 15 of a property damage vehicle accident at County Road 16 and Forest Knolls Road.

Report Nov. 11 of a property damage accident at Fletcher Road and Darsnek Road in Emily.

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Report Nov. 16 of a resident on Sunset Valley Road, Pequot Lakes, reporting multiple recent break-ins.

Crosslake Police Department

DOMESTIC: Report Nov. 17 of a domestic dispute. One man was arrested, and on the way to jail got his handcuffed hands from behind him to in front of him, removed his seatbelt and kicked out the rear passenger-side window. He was charged with damage to property, among other charges, police chief Robert Hartman said.

Pequot Lakes Police Department

WARNINGS: Several parking warnings were issued Nov. 12 on Government Drive and Pequot Boulevard, which have new winter parking ordinances.

BURGLARY: Report of an attempted burglary Nov. 11 on Second Street in Jenkins.

ACCIDENT: Report Nov. 15 of a vehicle off the road at Pederson Road and County Road 11, Pequot Lakes.

Denton (Denny) Newman Jr.
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