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Chisago County Police Reports

Oct. 16:

A vehicle off the road was reported on the block of First Street and West Street in Taylors Falls. Upon the deputy’s arrival he met with the driver of the vehicle. The vehicle appeared to have rolled over since all airbags had been deployed. The deputy could smell the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the driver’s breath. The driver was asked and performed a battery of sobriety tests which indicated multiple indicators of impairment. When attempting to arrest the driver, she started to pull away saying she wasn’t going to be arrested. The deputy ended up having to take the driver to the ground in order to gain control of the driver. While attempting to search the driver for weapons or contraband, the driver attempted to grab items on the deputy’s belt. The deputy was ultimately able to get the driver into the squad car. A warrant was drafted and the driver was transported to Fairview Wyoming for a blood draw. The blood draw was conducted and the driver was transported to the Chisago County Jail and was taken into custody.

Oct. 19:

A burglary (commercial-not in progress), was reported at Coldwell Banker in Rush City. Upon the deputy’s arrival, he made contact with the complainant who did not have any suspects. He said the garage was unsecured and no forced entry had been made. He believed the theft occurred sometime between Oct. 16 and Oct. 19. The deputy completed a property report and obtained the complainants signature. The deputy gave the complainant his business card and asked him to call if he received any additional information.

A theft (not in progress) at D & S Mini Storage in Harris was reported. The complainant said she accidentally left her unit unlocked and had a 52 inch Samsung TV stolen out of it sometime between now and August.

An animal at large complaint was reported on the block of 27300 Quinlan Avenue in Lindstrom. A deputy met with the complainant who said the neighboring dog went through a fence door and attacked their chickens. One was known to be missing and there could have been others. The complainant said the neighbor acknowledged it and offered reimbursement. The complainant wanted the neighbors spoken to, but was not seeking anything else at the time. The deputy told the complainant of animal laws and rights. The deputy made contact with the neighbors and discussed the matter and told them of animal laws and possible consequences if the problem persists.

Oct. 20:

A theft from a vehicle was reported on the block of 5300 Stacy Trail in Stacy. A deputy met with a female who said a new Gerber machete that she had placed on her vehicle from gardening was stolen. She completed a property report and the deputy cleared.

Isanti County Police Reports

Oct. 8:

Theft at Menards, 2355 Second Ave. SE, Cambridge was reported.

Oct. 9:

A rollover crash was reported with minor injuries at Cypress Street South and Second Avenue Southwest.

Oct. 10:

Individual cited for theft, Walmart, 2101 Second Ave. SE, Cambridge.

Oct. 14:

Damage to property was reported at the Cambridge Airport. Public works said the gate at the airport was hit some time during the week. An officer said the gate was partially bent and the cost to fix the gate is unknown. Public works wanted it documented for insurance purposes.

Damage to property was reported at Anoka Ramsey College, 300 Spirit River Drive, Cambridge. Campus security said sometime between Oct. 11 and Oct. 14 an unknown person(s) drove in circles on the soccer field causing some damage. It is unknown how much it will cost to repair.

Theft was reported on the block of 140 Birch Street North, Cambridge, of a motor vehicle, bicycle and tackle boxes from a locked garage.

Oct. 15:

A crash was reported on Main Street North and Fifth Avenue Northeast, Cambridge.

Oct. 16:

A theft was reported at Mid Continent Communications, 210 Mckinley St. N, Cambridge.

Oct. 17:

An individual was cited for theft at Walmart, 2101 Second Ave. SE, Cambridge.

A semi-trailer struck a light pole while making a right turn on Main Street North and Second Avenue Northwest, Cambridge.

A suspect was arrested on the block of 2100 Second Avenue Southeast, Cambridge, for theft and trespassing for possession of shop lifting gear.

Oct. 18:

A crash was reported in Isanti. The vehicle ran off the road into trees. The driver was arrested for third-degree DWI and booked into Isanti County Jail after he was cleared at Cambridge Medical Center.

A theft of a stolen bicycle was reported on the block of 500 Main Street South in Cambridge. The complainant said the theft was a burnt orange Magna bicycle, which was taken from his driveway. The complainant did not have any other identifying features or numbers for the bicycle. He asked the police to look in the area and if the bicycle was located, they would return it to his property.

Oct. 19:

A crash was reported in Grandy when one driver looked away and when he looked up he saw another vehicle sitting in the lane waiting to turn and then the driver rear ended the vehicle.

Oct. 20:

A crash was reported on the block of Fern Street North and Fifth Avenue Northwest in Cambridge. The driver made a turn onto Fern Street North from Fifth Avenue Northwest and said she looked back because she thought she saw someone she knew behind her. When she looked back, she ran the vehicle onto the curb and struck a city light pole.

Oct. 21:

Damage to property was reported at Cambridge State Bank, 127 Opportunity Blvd. N., Cambridge. Sometime between 4 p.m. Oct. 19 and 8 a.m. Oct. 21, unknown person(s) moved a large boulder from the center island to a parking space in front of the business. There was minor damage to the parking lot and to the curb.

Damage to property was reported on the block of 200 Sixth Avenue Northeast in Cambridge. The complainant said his vehicle was keyed.

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