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Police blotter-Feb. 20, 2014

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Area law enforcement reported vehicles in the ditch in the past week because of snow-covered roads.

Crosslake police

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THEFT: Report Feb. 12 of a woman arrested for felony theft of prescription medication.

Breezy Point police

ASSAULTS: Report Feb. 16 of an assault on Osceola Circle in Breezy Point.

Report of a possible assault Feb. 15 on Breezy Point Drive.

PROPERTY DAMAGE: Report Feb. 15 of a mailbox hit by a vehicle that was sliding down the road on Eagle Lane.

Report Feb. 14 of hit and run property damage accident on Whitebirch Drive where a parking lot light pole was sheered from the base and laying on the snow. Driver called Feb. 17 and said he backed into the light while turning around because of snowmobile trailers that were parked where they weren’t supposed to be.

Pequot Lakes police

THREAT: Report Feb. 12 of threats on Paul Circle.

PROPERTY DAMAGE: Report Feb. 15 of mailbox damage that happened Feb. 3 on County Road 112.

Crow Wing County

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PROPERTY DAMAGE: Report Feb. 17 of property damage accident on County Road 1 west of County Road 15.

Report Feb. 11 of mailbox damage on County Road 13 in Nisswa. Driver lost control around icy curve at intersection of County Road 13 and South Clark Lake Road.

THEFT: Report Feb. 17 of theft from property on Gasink Road in Pequot Lakes last September or October.

FIRE: Report Feb. 16 of a fire on Cimino Bay Drive in Pequot Lakes.

ASSAULT: Report Feb. 16 of an assault in Nisswa. A man was arrested.

BURGLARY: Report Feb. 13 of burglary on Pinewood Drive in Emily and reports Feb. 12 of burglaries on Mary Lake Road in Emily and Saw Mill Road in Emily. A man was arrested.

Report Feb. 11 of open garage door on County Road 36 in Emily.

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