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Lester Prairie Police Report
Herald Journal, Friday, Aug. 16, 2019

July 24 – Officer investigated a parking complaint. The owner was warned not to park in the area in the future.

July 24 – Officer discovered an open door at a closed business. The area was checked, and the door was secured.

July 24 – Officer investigated a blight complaint at a residence. The matter is under further investigation for compliance.

July 25 – Officers participated in a Critical Incident Training Course.

July 25 – Officer investigated a burglary in progress complaint. The matter was unfounded.

July 25 – Officer discovered lost property. The property was returned to the rightful owner.

July 25 – Officer assisted the Wright County Sheriff’s Office in an attempt to locate a vulnerable adult.

July 25 – Officer assisted the McLeod County Sheriff’s Office and the Winsted Police Department on the execution of an arrest warrant.

July 26 – Officer investigated suspicious activity at a residence. All checked out to be ok.

July 26 – Officer investigated two separate complaints for blight at properties. The cases are under further investigation for compliance.

July 26 – Officer investigated a harassing communications complaint. The reporting individual was advised as how to proceed with assistance of the courts with a no contact order.

July 26 – Officer assisted the McLeod County Sheriff’s Office and the State Patrol in an attempt to locate a suspect vehicle involved in a driving complaint.

July 26 – Officer investigated a dog at large complaint.

July 28 – Officer responded to a residential burglar alarm. All checked out to be ok. The homeowner set off the alarm.

July 28 – Officer participated in a weather watch for harsh weather. Officer did report funnel clouds, and an active tornado that had touched down east of Silver Lake.

July 29 – Officer made contact with a property owner in reference to a crime prevention concern. The homeowner was appreciative of the information.

July 29 – Officer investigated a suspicious vehicle. The occupants were encouraged to move along.

July 29 – Officer assisted the county on an assault incident at a residence in the county.

July 29 – Officer assisted the Winsted Police Department in an open door at a closed business.

July 30 – Officer investigated an animal complaint.

July 30 – Officer investigated an illegal burning complaint at a residence. The matter is under further investigation for possible charges.

July 31 – Officer investigated an animal complaint. The matter is under further investigation.

July 31 – Officer arrested Bryon Andrew Spring, DOB 04-15-1989, of Silver Lake, on an outstanding arrest warrant.

July 31 – Officer was dispatched to an unknown medical or injury at the city park. Medical attention was already in process upon arrival on scene. A parent was also on scene with the victim. The injury was assessed, and further treatment instructions were passed on to the parent. The child was taken home by the parent.

July 31 – Officer discovered an open door at a closed business. The area was checked and the door secured.

Aug. 1 – Officer investigated a residential alarm at a property.

Aug. 1 – Officer assisted the McLeod County Sheriff’s Office on a disturbance call at a residence in the county.

Aug. 3 – Officer was requested to conduct a welfare check on an individual.

Aug. 3 – Officer assisted the Winsted Police Department on a traffic stop.

Aug. 4 – Officer investigated an animal neglect complaint.

Aug. 5 – Officer was dispatched to a call of burning power lines. The power company fixed the problem within hours of the complaint.

Aug. 5 – Officer assisted another agency with deliverance of paperwork to homeowners.

Aug. 6 – Officer responded to a medical and assisted the Lester Prairie Fire and Rescue Team on the call.

Aug. 6 – Officers participated in National Night Out festivities at Central Park.

During the past two weeks there were 51 public assists, and 65 additional agency assists in the city.

Traffic Enforcement Report: during the past two weeks there were 18 verbal warnings for various traffic related violations and 6 citations issued for multiple violations of speed, no current proof of insurance, failure to signal turn and no MN drivers’ license.