Dec. 1 - Trespass, 11th Avenue, An officer assisted with serving a trespass notice on a male subject. A previously issued trespass notice on the male subject had expired. The new trespass notice is effective for one year.
Dec. 2 - Fraud, 4th Ave., Received a fraud complaint. A male with a heavy accent claimed to be a Federal Marshall and requested personal information from the complainant. When the complainant refused to provide information, the male threatened the complainant with an arrest. The complainant did not provide any personal information to the caller.
Dec. 2 - Animal-Loose, 7th St., Received a loose dog complaint. An officer located the dog and advised the owner to keep the dog tied up.
Dec. 2 - Civil, SHORELINE DR, An officer was dispatched to a custody issue. The complainant stated his ex refuses to bring his daughter back to him after her visitation due to the bad weather and road conditions. The officer advised him this was a civil matter and provided information on options.
Dec. 2 - Check Welfare, COUNTY ROAD 6, A male party called requesting an officer check the welfare of his fiancé who was not answering her phone. An officer located her in the HLWW HS auditorium. Her cell phone battery had died.
Dec. 3 - Animal-Found, 11TH AVE, An officer responded to a report of a captured stray cat. A gray adult cat was transported to Crossroads.
Dec. 4 - Motorist Assist, Hwy 12, An officer assisted a driver whose vehicle stalled on Hwy 12. After some assistance from the officer, the driver was able to drive the vehicle home.
Dec. 4 - MV Crash/Prop Damage, 9th Street, Received a report of fresh damage to a recently sodded area along a sidewalk. It appeared that a motor vehicle went off the roadway and tore up the sod. A motor vehicle was located nearby with grass on the lower end. The driver was contacted and admitted to sliding off the roadway while traveling uphill causing the front right tire to go onto the grass. The reporting person was contacted and advised on the information obtained.
Dec. 4 - Check Welfare, 7th Avenue, A welfare check was requested on a male subject who was observed traveling down the roadway in an electric wheel chair. The incident was observed approximately one or two hours earlier. The male subject was located at the Howard Lake American Legion. He was fine.
Dec. 5 - Motorist Assist, 5th Avenue, A motorist requested assistance with unlocking a motor vehicle. The keys had been locked inside. An officer unlocked the vehicle for her.
Dec. 6 - Medical, 11th Avenue, A female was feeling dizzy with low blood pressure. Howard Lake Ambulance responded and transported the female patient to Waconia Hospital.
Dec. 6 - Alarm, 6TH ST, Received a commercial alarm. An officer checked the building and all was secure., Dec. 6 - Alarm, ORCHARD CT, A Residential alarm call was received from dispatch. An officer checked the home and all doors and windows were secure.
Dec. 7 - Accident - Car Deer, COUNTY ROAD 6, A party hit a deer with his vehicle on County Rd 6. The vehicle sustained minor damage to the passenger side headlamp assembly.
Dec. 7 - Threats, 9TH ST, A complainant stated that her two stepchildren have court ordered supervision with their mother. This evening during their visit the children’s aunt threatened to hit them. The complainant stated that the court ordered visitation states that no one is supposed to make threats to the children. The complainant was going to contact her attorney but wanted the incident documented.
Dec. 7 - Motorist Assist, 8TH ST, A party locked her keys in her vehicle. An officer unlocked the vehicle without incident.