Police Reports

Chisago County Sheriff’s Office reports major crimes and arrests within Chisago County. The time refers to the time the incident was reported on the corresponding date.

Chisago County:
Incidents:
June 28: I-35 MM 138 N., pursuit-vehicle. While running radar on Interstate 35, a deputy clocked a vehicle traveling north bound at 86 mph. Speed limit on the interstate at this location is 70 mph. While attempting to catch up to the vehicle, the deputy observed it weaving in and out of traffic without signaling. After the deputy caught up to the vehicle and activated his emergency lights, the driver accelerated over 115 mph for approximately 10 miles before crashing. This was a result of hitting stop sticks placed by officers. The party was located by K9 approximately 20 yards from the crash. While in close proximity to him after in custody, the deputy could smell a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from him. The deputy also observed bloodshot watery eyes. The suspect was then transported to the Wyoming Fairview ER. The suspect became combative at the hospital while officers were present, and he had to be sedated by medical staff due to his aggressive behavior and hallucinations. After having a search warrant signed by the on-call judge, medical staff did a blood draw on the suspect. (12:28 a.m.)
June 29: Block of 420th St., Cedarcrest Trl., Fish Lake Township, burglary- residential (not in progress). A deputy responded to a property for a burglary report. There was no physical address for the property. The deputy met with the complainant who advised him that an unknown person broke into his shed and camper and stole a four wheeler, tools, hunting gear, and other items. The four wheeler was entered as stolen and property reports were given to the complainant for other items. (9:38 a.m.)
June 29: 25800 block of Olinda Trail, Lindstrom, shooting with PI. A deputy responded to the Fairview Lakes Hospital in an attempt to speak with an adult female who was injured from a ricocheted bullet while target shooting. Upon arrival, the victim had already been transported to the University of Minnesota Medical Center in Minneapolis. The deputy also tried to contact the victim via her cell phone number that he had for her in house, but there was no answer. He then responded to the University of Minnesota Medical Center in Minneapolis and made contact with the victim and her boyfriend. Both parties advised the deputy of what had occurred and how the female was injured. The deputy gathered a recorded statement from the victim and requested that she sign a medical release form, which she did. The incident was accidental and the patient has received further care by hospital staff. (7:50 p.m.)
July 1: 44800 block of I 35, Harris, fire call. A deputy responded to the above listed location to a report of a car fire with flames coming from the bottom of the vehicle. Upon arrival, there were no flames and the deputy spoke with the driver who advised that something happened with his fuel line. The driver did advise that he extinguished some minor flames with water that he had in his vehicle and was on the telephone with AAA. Seeing no need for MSP or Harris Fire to respond, the deputy ensured that the driver had a cell phone and he was waiting for AAA to dispatch a tow truck, and he planned to have it towed to his parents residence. The driver was advised to contact 911 if the flames re-emerged or needed further assistance fromMSP. (5:38 a.m.)

Bookings:
June 27: Theodore Donald Hays, 45, North Branch, domestic assault-misdemeanor-commits act to cause fear of immediate bodily harm or death.
June 28: Deanna Marie Shaw, 50, Stacy, disorderly conduct-offensive/abusive/noisy/obscene.
June 30: Erin Michael Hall, 38, Stacy, domestic assault, misdemeanor, intentionally inflicts/attempts to inflict bodily harm on another.
Robert James Canfield, 28, North Branch, fugitive from justice.
July 2: Elizabeth Anne Lynch, 23, North Branch, traffic-DWI-operate motor vehicle under influence of alcohol, DWI-fourth-degree driving while impaired.

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