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Cannon Falls police report

July 12

Yvonne Jacobson, 27, Cannon Falls, was cited for driving after revocation.

Seth Wittrup, 21, Cannon Falls, was cited for speeding (39/30).

July 13

A report of a theft of a Honda Generator and Copper Leads in the 100 block of Village Avenue East.

July 14

A report of damage to grass and a theft of a no trespassing sign in the 1100 block of 4th Street South.

Daniel Jorgenson, 25, Wanamingo, was cited for expired registration.

July 15

A report of a motor vehicle accident in the 1200 block of 5th Street North. A 1999 Ford driven by Gary Sheridan, 75, Cannon Falls collided with a 2013 Chrysler driven by Amanda Rehder, 36, Zumbrota.

July 17

Adam Friese, 32, homeless, was arrested on a Dakota County warrant.

Cody Wichser, 31, Vermillion, was cited for disorderly conduct.

Avery Warner-Durbin, 18, Cannon Falls, was cited for a stop sign violation, possession of drug paraphernalia, no driver’s license in possession.

July 18

Joshua Chambers, 40, Kenyon, was cited for disorderly conduct, fifth-degree assault. 

Adam Friese, 32, homeless, was cited for expired registration, driving without a valid license.

Calls: Assist other authorities-2, attempt to locate-3, business alarm-1, business checks-59, CO detector-1, criminal damage to property-1, death/emergency-1, disturbance-2, driving complaint-4, found property-5, internet/internet crime-1, investigations-1,  medical assists-6, misc animal complaints-4, misc animal complaints-4, misc civil matters-1, misc public/information-1, noise complaint-1, ordinance-1, permit to acquire-1, public assist/motorist-1, property damage motor vehicle-1, recreational vehicle-1, suspicious person/activity-13, theft-4, threats-1, traffic stop-24, viol OFP/RO/DANCO-2, vehicle theft-1, warrant arrest-1. Total calls: 142

Goodhue County Sheriff report 

July 14

Jonathan Keller, 420th Street, Nerstrand, reported that his mailbox had been struck by a vehicle (value: $80). 

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