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Linwood, MN
March 20

Assault. Officers responded to a physical fight between neighbors in the 21700 block of NE. Viking Boulevard. Two women, both age 56, were fighting over nonpayment for a box of chicken nuggets. One woman was arrested for assault.
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MAY 7

Drunken driving. Officers responded to a report of a vehicle in the driveway with an unknown male sleeping in it in the 13300 block of Wren Street NW. An officer asked the man for his identification and he handed the officer a bottle of Fireball Cinnamon Whisky. The 57-year-old man was arrested for drunken driving.
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The thing that stands out in this story is that the whole thing came to an end two blocks from the house we sold last year. The kid was arrested in the back yard of a friend of mine. Dang...
~Pursuit~

Last evening at 10 PM (Wednesday, May 25) Lincoln County Deputies assisted the Turner County Sheriff’s Office with a pursuit that involved an attempted kidnapping in the Parker area. The pursuit entered Lincoln County on the west side of Lennox. Several Lincoln County Deputies, South Dakota Highway Patrol Troopers and a Lennox Police Officer joined the pursuit at this time.

A SDHP Trooper was able to successfully spike the vehicle as it entered Lincoln County. The driver refused to stop even after losing a front tire. LCSO Deputies and SDHP Troopers spiked the vehicle two more times during the pursuit, but the driver still refused to stop.

The vehicle entered the Sioux Falls city limits on Western Ave and continued northbound for several miles while driving on only one tire. Sioux Falls PD assisted by blocking intersections to help reduce traffic flow. The vehicle eventually became disabled at the intersection of 26th St and Western Ave in Sioux Falls. The driver fled the scene and several agencies pursued on foot. The driver was taken into custody a short time later in a backyard of a residence.

The driver was identified as a juvenile. His name is not being released at this time due to that. Two Lincoln County Deputies received injuries during the apprehension. One of the deputies was transported to a local hospital for treatment. The deputy was released a short time later.

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MAPLE GROVE MAY 12 Property damage. Officers responded to a report of property damage at Chick-fil-A, 11820 Fountains Way N. A customer was angry that there was a shortage of condiments. As he was leaving, he forcefully exited through the front door and broke it off the hinges.
The 33-year-old man was contacted and agreed to pay for the damages.

STILLWATER TOWNSHIP MAY 23 Suspicious person. A woman was reportedly talking to horses at a horse farm in the 10000 block of Stonebridge Trail. She left in a black vehicle with Wisconsin plates.
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LAKEVILLE
WEEK OF AUG. 1-7
Vandalism. Cheese slices were stuck on the windshield of multiple vehicles in the 18000 block of Jurel Court. According to police reports, it was American cheese.

ST. ANTHONY
JULY 20
Theft. A resident in the 3400 block of Silver Lane reported that she had her outside water running and a delivery person drank from the hose. She wanted him charged with theft of water. The case was sent to investigations for review.
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Deputies find crack in suspect's buttocks
KUSA 7:03 AM. MST
BUFFALO, NY-- Erie County Sheriff's Deputies made an unusual discovery during a routine traffic stop Monday.
Deputies pulled over a vehicle on South Park Avenue in Buffalo for multiple vehicle and traffic violations.
While investigating, police discovered the driver, Quentin Hill, 38, of Buffalo was operating a vehicle without a license.
Deputies said that while they were putting Hill in the patrol vehicle, he tried to dispose about 10 grams of crack cocaine in the back seat.
Hill, who was already on bail for recent felony drug arrests, is charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell
and attempting to conceal evidence. He was also issued traffic tickets for failing to stop at a stop sign and window tint violation.
ECSO Deputy Mike Turition has now received a Passing grade in Biology/Anatomy as part of his high-school equivalency GED.
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AFTON
AUG. 22
Suspicious activity. A man observed digging at Evergreen Community Cemetery, 15730 Afton Boulevard S., was determined to be digging a grave for a service the following day.

FRIDLEY
SEPT. 5
Illegal burn. An officer responded to a report of gunshots in the 100 block of Mississippi Place NE. The officer learned the sound was from a person w ho had burned a can of shaving cream.

WILLERNIE
AUG. 27
Suspicious activity. A resident in the 600 block of Paddington Road reported a sandwich had been mistakenly delivered to their house, after eating a few fries from the delivery.
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FRIDLEY
NOV. 6
Fire. An officer responded to a report of a man stuck on a lawn mower that was on fire in the 100 block of Alden Circle NE. The officer was able to get the man off the lawn mower and extinguish the flames.
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FEB. 17

Animal complaint. A cow with a bucket on its head was reported in the 13000 block of Isleton Avenue. The owner was notified.
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JORDAN
APRIL 25
Suspicious person. An officer responded to a report of a suspicious person near Rice and 4th streets . The caller said it could be a mannequin but was not sure. The officer found a papier-mâché figurine matching the caller’s description.

LAKEVILLE
WEEK OF APRIL 24-30
Fire. Officers responded to a pair of shorts on fire at the playground area at Lake Marion Elementary, 19875 Dodd Blvd. There are no suspects and no cameras in the area.

NEWPORT
APRIL 16
Suspicious activity. A woman reported that a vehicle pulled up to her in the 1000 block of Mark Court and the driver gave her a compliment.
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Police in Iberia Parish, Louisiana, recently arrested two men in connection with an illegal heavy haul that resulted in property damage and a power outage.

At 3:30 a.m on May 22, the Iberia Parish Sheriff’s Office (IPSO) responded to Berard Road in Loreauville for a report of an illegal transport of a house.

When officers arrived on scene, they found an abandoned truck, trailer and house blocking the 400 block of Berard Road.

“This has been an ongoing situation and the owner of the house, Tony Domingue (male, 46 years old) was instructed and warned by Sheriff Office Officials that proper permits needed to be acquired from Iberia Parish Government. Those instructions were ignored and during the move down Coteau Holmes Road many mailboxes, road signs and trees were damaged in the process. As well as, hitting power lines and polls causing 695 CLECO customers to be without power for several hours,” IPSO said.

Police located and arrested Domingue and Nico Comeaux, 32, on charges of Violation of Parish Ordinance, Obstruction of Highway Commerce, and Criminal Damage to Property.

Both men were booked into the Iberia Parish Jail on bond of $125,000 each.

IPSO says that additional charges are pending.

http://cdllife.com/2022/two-arrested-in ... ing-house/ (What's the deal with the penis on the second guy's nose?)
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stuartinmn wrote: May 24, 2022 12:30 PM Police in Iberia Parish, Louisiana, recently arrested two men in connection with an illegal heavy haul that resulted in property damage and a power outage.

At 3:30 a.m on May 22, the Iberia Parish Sheriff’s Office (IPSO) responded to Berard Road in Loreauville for a report of an illegal transport of a house.

(What's the deal with the penis on the second guy's nose?)
The story is strange enough, but the nose is really weird. I mean really.
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stuartinmn wrote: Apr 09, 2021 4:20 PM Stillwater, MN
April 4

A 10-year-old boy in Stillwater who took his parents' minivan and led police on a chase said he was going to buy Cheerios.
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Sounds like he plays too much Grand Theft Auto!
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