Sunday, July 27
A taxi driver reported two women did not pay for their ride. A bystander stepped in to pay the fare.
A complaint of loud people on Main Street was received at 2:55 a.m. They were gone upon arrival.
Money and honey valued at $150 were reported stolen from an outdoor stand.
A loud music complaint was reported on Saunders Lake Drive.
Fireworks were confiscated after a complaint was received along West Cove Lane.
Monday, July 28
A Minnetrista male reported $1,400 worth of fraudulent charges were made on his Bill Me Later account.
An Elmwood Drive resident was warned against having a large fire after a complaint was received.
Officers stopped a suspicious vehicle coming out from behind a business late this evening. The person had permission to be there.
Tuesday, July 29
Officers were called to intervene in a child custody dispute in Minnetrista.
A concerned resident requested officers check on a vacant house on Manor Drive.
A Minnetrista motorist struck a deer at County Roads 92 and 26.
Officers checked on a suspicious vehicle behind a St. Boni business overnight.
Wednesday, July 30
Officers checked the welfare of an intoxicated male walking on Kennedy Memorial Drive. He was released to a relative.
A loose dog was captured along County Road 110 and the owner was notified and issued a citation.
Officers responded to a 911 hang-up call along Kennedy Memorial Drive. It appeared to be a misdial.
Thursday, July 31
Damage to signs was reported near Hwy 7 and Kings Point Road.
A 911 call from Kingswood Road was found to be accidental.
A fireworks complaint was reported on Game Farm Circle.
Friday, Aug. 1
A fireworks complaint was reported along West Branch Road. It was found to be kids target shooting. They were advised this was against city ordinance.
A 46-year-old Minnetrista male was arrested for domestic assault.
A fireworks complaint was reported on Minneapolis Avenue.
Saturday, Aug. 2
A loose cow was reported on Highway 7.
A Hutchinson motorist slowed for traffic on Highway 7 and was struck from behind by a Hector driver. No one was injured.
A kayak found by residents on Hardscrabble Circle was found to have been reported stolen.