Stillwater Law enforcement Logs: June 13 to June 19 | Local News

• Law enforcement responded to a phone in the 900 block of West Abbot St.

• Law enforcement responded to a phone in the 900 block of West Abbot St. just soon after 12:45 a.m. June 14 on a report that two people donning masks, 1 of them a pig mask, have been whistling to every other in the lawn. An officer patrolling nearby arrived inside of a minute of dispatch but identified no just one. Patrol remained in the spot for a different 30 minutes but witnessed no more exercise.

• Officers responded to a call about breaking glass in the 200 block of North 2nd St. about 2:30 a.m. June 14. Arriving on web site, police observed practically nothing and cleared the scene.

• A lady in the 1100 of Bergmann Drive referred to as police just just before 2:50 p.m. June 15 to report that her 11-calendar year-previous daughter had been given an Instagram concept from an mysterious sender who asked for the kid send out a entire body photo. The daughter did not reply, and law enforcement recommended she suspend all social media accounts and report any more incidents.

• An officer observed an unaccompanied 3-calendar year-old kid questioning in the 1300 block of South Sixth St. just ahead of 11:45 a.m. June 15. The officer checked with people in the vicinity and was informed by a female that a daycare was near by. Arriving at the daycare, it was located the child belonged to the girl managing it, who explained to police her kid had a practice of operating off and that she had by now put in protection safety measures. Law enforcement suggested the mom to set up further child locks. No citations ended up issued.

• Police responded just ahead of 7 p.m. June 15 on a burglary get in touch with in the 1300 block of South Third St. The complainant said that anyone had forced entry into her detached garage. Police observed that the overhead garage doorway was destroyed and the motor vehicle inside of was tampered with. The complainant mentioned that nothing at all from the car or truck or the garage appeared stolen.

• Law enforcement responded to a phone about a suspicious individual in the 700 block of South Fourth St. just just before 7:15 p.m. June 15. Arriving on web page, officers identified a 30-12 months-old woman from Bloomer, Wisconsin, sitting on the porch, informed but below the impact of narcotics. Lakeview EMS executed an analysis. The woman refused more assistance and still left the spot on foot.

• Law enforcement acquired a contact about a burglary in the 1400 block of North Broadway St. just just before 10 p.m. June 16. The complainant, who claimed she remaining the important in the back garage doorway of the residence there, claimed that objects valued at a collective $920 were being stolen, such as a Graco paint sprayer, air compressor, some wire and a padlock.

• Law enforcement obtained a report of theft from a construction web site near North Very first Street and East St. Croix Avenue about 6:15 p.m. June 18. The complainant noted that applications have been stolen from a trailer at the web page sometime involving 5 a.m. June 17 and 5 p.m. June 18. The full loss was believed at far more than $1,000.

• Law enforcement acquired a phone about an assault in close proximity to the Stillwater Elevate Bridge just right after 11 p.m. June 18. Arriving on web site, officers met the complainant, a 19-calendar year-old male, who experienced an personal injury previously mentioned his remaining eye and a scrape on his neck. The complainant stated that the alleged assailant, one more 19-year-old male, experienced designed lewd comments to a mutual woman close friend. The complainant stated he had questioned him to cease, at which level the alleged assailant punched him in the deal with 3 times. Law enforcement say the assailant admitted to punching the other person, but not to possessing produced the lewd opinions. The 19-year-aged person was cited for fifth degree assault.