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Records for June 1

Police report The Bemidji Police Department responded to the following calls: Theft 3:12 p.m. Monday, 2700 block of Paul Bunyan Drive Northwest. A woman reported the theft of a wallet and checkbook from her unlocked vehicle. Peace disturbance 12:...

Police report

The Bemidji Police Department responded to the following calls:

Theft

3:12 p.m. Monday, 2700 block of Paul Bunyan Drive Northwest. A woman reported the theft of a wallet and checkbook from her unlocked vehicle.

Peace disturbance

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12:10 a.m. Tuesday, 724 26th St. N.W.

12:44 a.m. Tuesday, 619 America Ave. N.W.

5:14 a.m. Tuesday, 2510 Irvine Ave. N.

Property damage

9:34 a.m. Tuesday, 1290 Paul Bunyan Drive N.W.

Fire report

The Bemidji Fire Department responded to the following calls:

3:57 p.m. Tuesday, Gilfillian Center. Medical call.

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3:32 a.m. Wednesday, Roosevelt Road and Pershing Avenue Southeast. Firefighters responded to a one-vehicle accident where the car caught on fire. The fire was mostly extinguished prior to arrival.

5:20 a.m. Wednesday, 1200 block of 30th Street. Firefighters were called to assist a person who had fallen.

State Patrol report

The Minnesota State Patrol responded to the following call:

Personal injury accident

4:01 p.m. Monday, U.S. Highway 71 and Glidden Road. Patrick Collins, 44, of Bemidji, was driving a 1990 Ford Ranger when he failed to yield when crossing the highway and collided with a 1995 Honda Civic driven by James Barott, 47, of Blackduck. Barott and a passenger in his vehicle, Carolyn Towler, 44, of Bemidji, were transported to North Country Regional Hospital. Both were treated and released. Collins was charged with criminal vehicular operation.

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