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........... ..... www.tricountynews.mn PAGE 21 - June 16, 2016 Local crime Kimball Police blotter During the month of May 2016, Kimball police responded to the fol- lowing in Kimball: 1 accident, 3 agency assists, 4 animal complaints, 23 busi- ness checks, 2 citizen contacts, 2 civil complaints, 1 counterfeit complaint, 19 follow-ups, 2 fights, 2 burning com- plaints, 4 juvenile problems, 2 matter of information, 4 medical calls, 2 motor- ist assist/vehicle unlocks, 2 missing per- son complaints, 1 no-pay/gas drive-off, 2 noise complaints, 2 open doors, 3 sus- picious vehicle/activity, 1 trespass, 1 ver- bal altercation, 1 warrant attempt, 3 wel- fare checks. In traffic stops, there were: 17 equipment warnings, 1 insurance warning, 1 parking warning, 5 pass- ing-on-right warnings, 2 speed warn- ings, 1 stop sign warning; 1 driving- after-suspension citation, 1 no motorcy- cle endorsement citation, 5 seat belt cita- tions, 7 speed citations, 1 use-of-wire- less-communication-device citation, and 2 DWI arrests. Kimball also polices Fairtmven, and spent 58 hours there during May 2016. These calls included: 2 agency assists, 1 matter of information, 1 verbal alter- cation; 4 speed wamings; 1 inattentive driving citation, and 4 speed citations. Watkins crime blotter There were 25 calls in Watkins, which is policed by the Meeker County Sheriff's Office, during May 2016. These calls included: 2 911 hang-ups, 2 animal complaints, 2 public assists, 2 harass- ment/stalking complaints, 2 medical calls, 2 off-highway vehicle complaints, 2 traffic stop warnings (and no cita- tions), and 1 exch ofthe following: check the welfare, ckild abuse/maltreatment, civil complant, driving complaint, illegal dump'ng, ordinance violation, parking violaton, theft, threat, vehide tmlock, and vflnerable adult. Wright County Sheriff's Office June 6, Lucas Andrew Donnay, 23 of Watkins, was arrested in Buffalo on a Wright County warrant for check forgery and a McLeod County warrant for theft. June 6, CaUie Lynn Anderson, 19 of Delano, was arrested in Koochiching County on a Wright County warrant for second-degree assault. June 6, Natasha Leanne Branden- burger, 33 of Maple Lake, was arrested in Koochiching County on the charges of aiding an offender after the fact to avoid arrest, aid and abet homicide, and a Wright County warrant for driv- ing after revocation. June 6, Shawn Tyler Benson, 21 of Maple Lake, was arrested in Koochiching County on the charges of aiding an offender after the fact to avoid arrest, aid and abet homi- cide, and a Wright County warrant for third-degree assault. June 6, Justin Michael Jensen, 26 of Maple Lake, was arrested in Koochiching Cotmty on Wright County warrants for fifth-degree pos- session of a controlled substance, and theft violations. June 9, Ran Clayton Jensen, 53 of Annandale, was arrested in Annandale on the charges of violation of an order for protection and fleeing law enforcement and aWright County warrant for domestic abuse violations. June 9, Nathan Alexander Spiel- mann, 19 of Maple Lake, was arrested in Maple Lake on the charge of fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance. June 11, William Christopher Thacker, 60 of Maple Lake, was arrested in Maple Lake on the charge of domestic assault. There were 15 property-damage accidents, 8 personal-injury accidents, 4 hit-and-run accidents, and 4 car- deer accidents. There were 9 arrests for DWI, 3 underage-consumption arrests, 3 school bus stop-arm violations, and 68 tickets for miscellaneous traffic vio- lations reported this week. Meeker County Sheriff's Office Sunday. lune 12, 2016 1:06 a.m. the Sheriffs Office responded to an animal complaint near the intersection of 235th Street and MN Highway 22 in Litchfield Township. The deputy put down the injured deer and removed it from the roadway. 11:42 a.m. the Sheriffs Office responded to a report of a suspicious person on Western Ave. So. in Watkins. The deputy sent the person home. 3:25 p.m. the Sheriffs Office unlocked a vehicle at a business on Church Street in Watkins. 6:45 p.m. the Sheriffs Office dispatched weather spotters for approaching severe weather in the area of Eden Valley, Watldns, Grove City, and Litchfield. No damage was sustained and those areas experi- enced heavy winds and rain with dime-sized hail. 7:28 p.m. the Sheriffs Office dis- patched Watkins Ambulance, per the request of the Stearns County Sheriffs Office, for a medical at a residence on 135th Avenue, Luxemburg Township. One individual was transported to St. Cloud Hospital. 7.'54 pan. the Sheriffs Office responded to and dispatched PaynesviUe FLre Department for a report of a fire at a residence on 395th Street, Union Grove Township. The fire department was able to extinguish the old grain b'm fire which had been struck by lightning and it was determineditwas ofno value. Saturday. lune 11 11:37 a.m.the Sberiffs Office received a driving complaint southbound on MN Hwy. 15, Kingston Township. The vehi- cle was gone when the deputy arrived. Friday. lune 10 12:19 a.m. the Sheriffs Office dis- patched the Watkins Ambulance and the Eden Valley Rescue Squad to a medical at a residence in Stearns County. One individual was trans- ported to St. Cloud Hospital. 7:59 a.m. the Sheriffs Office assisted the public at a residence on 735th Avenue, Kingston Township. 6:55 p.m. the Sheriffs Office responded to a watercraft com- plaint near the access on 323rd Street, Kingston Township. The dep- uty located the stray paddleboat and secured it at the landing. 10:53 p.m. the Sheriffs Office responded to a report of suspicious activity at a residence on Central Avenue South, City of Watkins. The deputy checked the residence and advised the homeowner of options. 11:23 p.m. the Sheriff's Office observed unsafe conditions near a res- idence on School Avenue South, City of Watkins. The deputy determined no one to be around and extinguished the unattended campfire. 11:57 p.m. the Sheriffs Office responded to a barking dog complaint near a residence on County State Aid Highway 27, Kingston Township. The deputy checked a few residences and found all to be all quiet. Thursday, |une 9 9:37 p.m. the Sheriffs Office responded to a report of a possible drunk driver on Veterans Drive in Watkins. The information was for- warded on to the Stearns County Sheriffs Office. The vehicle was gone when the deputy arrived. 10:45 p.m. the Sheriffs Office responded to and dispatched the Watkins Ambulance and the Kimball Rescue Squad to a report of a medi- cal at a residence on 732nd Avenue in North Kingston Township. One indi- vidual was transported ~o St. Cloud Hospital. Wednesday. lune 8 4:37 p.m. the Sheriffs Office dis- patched Watkins Ambulance to a medical on Magnus Johnson Street in Kimball. One individual was trans- ported to St. Cloud Hospital. 9:07 p.m. the Sheriff's Office responded to and dispatched the Gold Cross Ambulance and the Eden Valley Rescue Squad to a medical at a residence on CSAH 3 in Manannah Township. No transport was needed. Tuesday. lune 7 11:09 p.m. Jesse Scott Deheer, age 51 of Watkins, turned himself in to the Meeker County Jail on a Meeker County warrant for Failure to Appear. Monday. lune 6 4:33 a.m. the Sheriffs Office responded to an alarm at a business on MN Highway 55 in Watkins. The dep- uty was canceled before he arrived. 6:17 a.m. the Sheriffs Office received a report of a car/deer accident on County State Aid Highway 30 and 375th Street in Manannah Township. No injuries were reported. 7:52 a.m. the Sheriffs Office received a report of a vulnerable adult at a residence on Church Street in Watkins. 7:56 a.m. the Sheriffs Office received a report of a vulnerable adult at a residence on Luella Street in Watkins. 3:00 p.m. the Sheriffs Office responded to a report of illegal dump- ing in the area of MN Highway 22 and County State Aid Highway 3 in Manannah Township. 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