Sartell Police Blotter: Burnt Food, Suspicious Smells & More Make Headlines This Week
It’s no secret by now that one of my favorite things to do is read the Sartell Police Department blotter. What they consider to be news worthy is a little endearing and highly entertaining. It’s always nice to read police reports and realize that not everybody is always up to shady things! Sartell is proof of that.
Without further ado, here are some of my favorite police calls spanning from March 2-8;
- 9:28 PM. 3rd St S. Fire Alarm. Police and fire were dispatched to a fire alarm on 3rd St S. Upon arrival smoke was observed exiting through a patio door. The residents were asked to exit the apartment. The residents of the apartment stated that they had burnt some food on the stove. The fire department provided ventilation to clear the smoke from the apartment.
- 8:04 PM. Co Rd 120. Driving Complaint. Officers were called to a report of a vehicle driving erratically and hitting a couple curbs. Officers were able to locate the vehicle and made contact with the driver. The driver stated that he didn’t remember hitting any curbs. The officers were unable to detect any impairment with the driver. No further action was taken.
- 9:25 PM. 11th Ave. Suspicious Smell. Officers were called to an apartment build for a report of an odor of marijuana in one of the hallways. The officers spoke to the resident of an apartment and noticed no smell coming from that residence. The officers were unable to locate the source of the smell. No further action was taken.
- 6:30 PM. Celebration Circle. Noise complaint. Officers were called to a report of an explosion in the area of Celebration Circle. Officers checked the area and were unable to locate anything suspicious in the area. No further action was taken.
- 11:50 PM. 12 St N. Suspicious Vehicle. While doing routine park checks an officer observed a vehicle parked in the parking lot of one of the parks after hours. The officer made contact with the occupants in the vehicle and advised them of the park hours. They left without incident. No further action was taken
- 9:30 PM. 6 Av S. Vehicle Tampering. Officers were called to a report of two individuals that were tampering with the caller’s vehicle. The caller was able to scare the two individuals away from the scene. Officers did extra patrols in the area through the night to make sure the suspects didn’t return. No further action was taken
- 1:30 PM. 6th St and Pinecone Rd S. Driving complaint. Officers were called to a report of a vehicle driving erratically. The caller stated that the car came to a sudden stop in the middle of the road and the accelerated past them after they had gone around. The vehicle was located in Sartell and an officer made contact with the driver who stated that he was having clutch problems and that is why he stopped. No further action was taken
- 7:50 AM. 7 St N. Suspicious Vehicle. Officers were called to a report of a suspicious vehicle outside a residence. They made contact with the driver and he stated that he was waiting to start a job at a house down the street. No further action was taken.
Hopefully the blotter put a smile on your face like it did mine today! Keep being you, Sartell!