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Police Logs

New Ulm Police

• Responded to a report on the 200 block of N. State at 5:20 p.m. Wednesday. A seven-year-old girl came home from school with a bite mark on her arm that did not break the skin. A report was sent to Brown County Human Services.

• Responded to a miscellaneous public assist call at 1922 N. German at 11:56 p.m. Thursday. A four-year-old was locked out of an apartment. A 34-year-old New Ulm woman was arrested for an unpaid traffic warrants.

• Responded to a juvenile trouble call at Riverbend Alternative Learning Center, 1315 S. Broadway at 9:15 a.m. Friday. A seven-year-old rural New Ulm boy became combative. His father came to the school and picked him up. A report was sent to Nicollet County Human Services.

• Stopped a vehicle and cited a 45-year-old New Ulm man for no Minnesota Driver’s License and a warrant for an unpaid ticket at 12:54 p.m. Friday at State Street and 13th North.

• Stopped a vehicle at 16th North and Garden St. at 2:31 p.m. Friday and cited a suspect for driving after revocation and no insurance. A report was forwarded to the New Ulm City Attorney’s Office for charges.

Sleepy Eye Police

• Responded to a domestic call at 208 Summit St. S.W. at 2:34 p.m. Thursday. A vehicle vandalism report including damage to a passenger side mirror and tail light was forwarded to the City Attorney’s Office for charges.

• Responded to a domestic call at 904 1st Ave. S. at 7:55 a.m. Thursday. Nobody was hurt. No damage was reported. A report on a juvenile was forwarded to Brown County Human Services.

Redwood County Sheriff’s Office

• Received a report of several mailboxes and mail being tampered with Tuesday and Wednesday, March 10-11 in Clements. Residents are asked to verify if mailed payments made it to their destination and if they noticed anything unusual on those days. The sheriff’s office can be called at 507-637-4036.

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