Police Blotter - December 19
Crow Wing County Sheriff
ACCIDENTS: Report Dec. 10 of a two-vehicle property damage accident at County Road 1 and Evergreen Way in Pine River.
Report Dec. 12 of a two-car accident at County Road 127 and North Long Trail.
Report Dec. 15 of a property damage accident at County Road 3 and Dobbins Road in Merrifield.
DAMAGE TO PROPERTY: Report Dec. 12 that someone had burned the complainant’s dumpster in Emily.
FIRE: Report of a chimney fire on County Road 15 in Jenkins.
THEFT: Report Dec. 14 of theft on Butternut Point Road in Pequot Lakes.
Breezy Point Police Department
ACCIDENT: Report Dec. 10 of a property damage accident at County Road 4 and County Road 118 in Nisswa. The report states the vehicle was off the road and both the vehicle and a mailbox were damaged.
Nisswa Police Department
ACCIDENTS: Report Dec. 12 of a property damage accident on the County Road 18 bypass. A driver lost control on a curve, colliding with another vehicle. There were no injuries.
Five reports between Dec. 9 and Dec. 16 of vehicles in the ditch.
Lake Shore Police Department
FRAUD: Report Dec. 10 of credit card fraud. A citizen reported more than $2,000 in unauthorized transactions.
ASSAULT: Report Dec. 14 that a female was assaulted at Zorbaz on Gull that night.
Crosslake Police Department
ACCIDENTS: Four reports Dec. 4-12 of vehicles that slid off the road. There were no injuries.
Report Dec. 5 of a two-vehicle accident with no injuries.
FRAUD: Two separate reports Nov. 27 of fraud. Both were instances of Internet fraud.
Pequot Lakes Police Department
PROWLER: Report Dec. 15 of a possible prowler at an apartment on Olson Street.
FIRE: Report Dec. 12 of a chimney fire on County Road 112.
ACCIDENTS: Report Dec. 9 of a two-vehicle accident at County Road 16 and Highway 371. There were no injuries.
Report Dec. 10 of a two-vehicle accident with injuries at Highway 371 and the Paul Bunyan Trail in Pequot Lakes.
Report Dec. 16 of an accident with minor injuries at Highway 371 and County Road 168.
Five reports between Dec. 9-12 of vehicles off the road.