By Tyler Trieglaff

Notes from the Chief

     Quote of the week, “Being a cop is essentially dealing with people being mad at you for decisions they made.”

Friday, Feb. 11

     7:08 a.m. Assist with a stalled semi on U.S. Highway 10. 

10:51 a.m. Suspicious activity with a couple doors open on some trailer houses. Landlord contacted and all was OK.

4:52 p.m. Assist with a vehicle rollover on Becker County Highway 29.

5:20 p.m. Assist with a medical.

6:18 p.m. Assist with a dumpster fire on E. Juniper Ave. 

11:49 p.m. Suspicious activity reported on Seventh St. SE.

Saturday, Feb. 12

5:32 p.m. Female from Duluth reporting that her boyfriend had her car and it was in the Frazee area. Vehicle was not reported stolen, just wanted us to look for it. UTL

Sunday, Feb. 13

9:27 p.m. Assist with a court order violation on Pleasant View Road.

3:23 a.m. Female from Duluth, Minn. calling again to report that her car was by the high school. Car was not in the area of the high school.  

Monday, Feb. 14

8:39 a.m. Vehicle unlock on 120th St.

Tuesday, Feb. 15

7:58 a.m. Assist in looking for a male that was in the area and had Clay County warrants.  Deputies found male and transported to meet a Clay County deputy.

8:07 a.m. Assist with a medical.

5:37 p.m. Male reporting he lost his wallet.

6:16 p.m. Kimberly Benke, 30, Frazee arrested for a probation violation.

10:56 p.m. Female from Duluth, Minn. again reporting that her car was behind the high school.  Female got the information from her boyfriends’ sister. Car was not there.

Wednesday, Feb. 16

1:24 p.m. Assist with a two-vehicle crash.

2:14 p.m. Assist with a juvenile female who had some marijuana at the high school.

5:34 p.m. Female again calling to see if we found her vehicle. Dispatch told her that we would contact her if the vehicle was located. Officer talked with female who told officer that someone had turned her keys into the gas station. Female said she was going to come to town and look for the car by her self.

12:14 a.m. Female called again saying she was going to come to town and search all over for it and find it. She wanted to know if someone would help her change her tire when she finds it.  She was told to call after she finds it and we will work on the issue then.

Thursday, Feb. 17

8 a.m. Officer Ryan Seeger was at the high school treating about 60 kids to a free donut.  The only requirement was for them to tell him their plans after high school, something they are proud of, or an act of kindness they have done. He told me it was very successful!

8:51 a.m. Assist with a minor vehicle crash west of town on Frazee Road.  Only 40 or so train cars derailed causing major headaches for the local residents and the choo choo company.

9:59 p.m. You know who called again, asking if the officer could pick up her keys from the gas station as she was on her way, but would not get to town before they closed. She also asked where she could get a spare tire for the car. The officer told her she probably could not find one at midnight. Officer picked up her keys and will be waiting to see if she shows up.

10:10 p.m. Assist travelers with vehicle issues find their way to DL to get a hotel for the evening.