Harassment, neighbor in the area is unhappy that caller is camping on the land that they own, Miltona.Public assist, business let go of employee due to criminal charges from Pope County, former employee left extremely upset and parked 50 yards from front office, person one pulled over on the side of the road to text his daughter to figure out what to do, Alex.
According to the media release, Jasmine was seen about 1 p.m. Monday, Aug. 7, on the Central Lakes Trail in the area of Burger King and Super America at Third Avenue and Nokomis Street. According to witnesses, she was with two other teenagers and a man who appeared to be in his 30s and was balding or had closely shaven hair.
Abandoned vehicle, vehicle not abandoned, spoke to person one, vehicle is parked near her residence, belongs to friend, Alex. Public assist, comp in the lobby with concerns with his neighbor, states he is shooting a lot and has made threats in the past, Miltona. Threats, comp's ex is threatening her if she does not return a dog they shared, Miltona. Public assist, requesting assistance retrieving items from her ex-boyfriend's house, Miltona.Fire, vehicle, Parkers Prairie.
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