Police blotter for Oct. 13, 2006
October 12, 2006
• The Q-Lot, located off of Cascade Avenue, will be reserved Oct. 13, 18, 19 and 20.
• Jon I. Lamphere, 19, was fined $249 for underage consumption in McMillan Hall.
• At 11:45 p.m., Yussufu R. Nasabimana, 36, was fined $83.80 for open container of intoxicant at 521 S. Main St.
• Benjamin L. Sikorski, 18, was fined $249 for underage consumption in Parker Hall.
• David J. P. Heid Jr., 18, was fined $249 for underage consumption in Parker Hall.
• Andrew T. Nelson, 18, was fined $249 for underage consumption in Parker Hall.
• Brittany E. Enslin, 18, was fined $249 for underage consumption in Parker Hall.
• Katherin M. Pfouts, 19, was fined $249 for underage consumption in Parker Hall.
• Between 10:30 p.m. and 1:30 a.m. Oct. 8, the driver’s side mirror of a vehicle parked in O-Lot was broken off and left hanging by electrical wire.
• Brenna A. Quinn, 19, was fined $172 for underage consumption at 117 W. Charlotte St. Her blood alcohol content was reported at .14.
• At 3:30 a.m., Frank W. Arnold, 20, was found passed out in the women’s lingerie department of ShopKo, 1777 Paulson Rd.
According to police reports, Arnold was found by an employee of the store, and River Falls Police were called to the scene. Police awoke the man, who said he had been drinking with a friend before going to work at 11:30 p.m. Oct. 7.
Arnold said he only had two beers that night, though his blood alcohol content was recorded at .137.
He was cited $172 for underage consumption.
• Police were called to 812 S. State St. in response to an 8 a.m. loud noise complaint. Student Nicholas C. Foreman, 20, and three other men were fined $109 each for public nuisance. According to police reports, the men are residents of a duplex at the address, and the police have previously responded multiple times to noise violations when parties were being thrown at the location. River Falls Police have five separate documented complaints regarding this residence, including: Sept. 26, Sept. 21, Sept. 17, Sept. 7, and August 18. The public nuisance statute concerns “continuous violations of city ordinances, any place or premise within the city where city ordinance or state law relating to the public health, safety, peace, morals or welfare are openly, continuously or repeatedly and intentionally violated,” according to the report. Garbage, including beer cans and bottles, was photographed by police throughout the street and lawn leading up to the residence. None of the residents are of legal drinking age.
• Between 11 p.m. and 12:05 a.m. Oct. 9, a vehicle was found in O-Lot with its driver’s side door open and the contents of the glove compartment removed. Nothing was reported missing or damaged, and there was no sign of forced entry to the vehicle.
• Between 11:10 p.m. and 12:05 a.m. Oct. 9, a car stereo and CDs and holder were stolen, and the dashboard was damaged on a vehicle parked in O-Lot. Damage is estimated at $700.