Police Reports, May 10
— Officer spoke to subject in the lobby in reference to harassment.
— CSO did a welfare check of a dog in the 3300 block of Oakland Avenue SW.
— Dog placed in pound that was found in the 700 block of Fifth Place SE.
— Report of dog attacking another dog in the 1100 block of Fifth Place SE.
— Officer checked the area for debris in the road at Fourth Street and 18th Avenue NW.
— Report of gas drive-off
— Keys locked in a vehicle in the 800 block of Sixth Street NW.
— Theft report in the 1200 block of 18th Avenue NW.
— ICR canceled per reportee.
— Officers dispatched to the 500 block of Third Street SW for a welfare check.
— Theft report in the 1800 block of 14th Street NE.
— Bike placed in bike shed.
— Officers dispatched to the 800 block of First Drive NW for possible suicide attempt; subject located at another home.
— Officers responded to the 400 block of Third Street SE for reported burglary.
— Report of money scam in the 500 block of Oakland Avenue East.
— Male arrested in the 1700 block of Fourth Street NW on Mower County apprehension order.
— Deputy checked on driving complaint in the city of LeRoy.
— Subject arrested for Second Degree DWI and test refusal in the 700 block of 21st Avenue Northwest.
— Report of a hit and run at the 400 block of Seventh Street Northwest.
— Officer checked on driving complaint on Main Street.
— Officers assisted Gold Cross Ambulance at a medical in the 1900 block of Fourth Avenue Southwest.
— Officer checked on driving complaint in the 1700 block of 18th Avenue Northwest.
— Officer removed a tarp from 10th Avenue Southwest that had blown onto it.
— Officers spoke with teenagers who were causing a disturbance in the 900 block of First Avenue Southwest.
— Report of an assault at Mapleview Town Hall.
— Subject arrested for DWI and fail to yield to emergency vehicle in the 100 block of Seventh Street Northwest and later released.
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