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Issue#605  June 24, 2015
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“QPR”
Question … Persuade … Refer
 
“QPR” is a free, one-hour, presentation sponsored by the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), which will cover the three steps anyone can learn to help prevent suicide.  This event is open to the public. 
 
“QPR” is an emergency response to someone in crisis and can save lives.  It is the most widely taught gatekeeper training program in the country. 
 
NAMI is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children and adults with mental illness and their families.
QPR
Saturday - June 27th
11 AM – Noon
Ridgeview Medical Center
500 South Maple Street
Waconia  MN



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Chaska Officers issued 36 citations and 38 warnings during this reporting period.
There were 213 calls for service
DWI:
Police received a driving complaint in the area of Hwy 41 and County Road 61.  The vehicle and male driver were located a short time later.  The male was intoxicated, failed field sobriety evaluations and was arrested for DWI.  A breath test indicated a .19 BAC.

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Disturbances:

A husband and wife became involved in a physical altercation during an argument at their residence.  The wife punched and bit her husband during the incident.  Police arrived and arrested the female for domestic assault.

Notables:

Hello?  This is reality calling…..

A male called the police and wanted to report his vehicle as stolen, since his girlfriend was late picking him up after work.  She also had the audacity to not answer her cell phone, hence the attempted theft of vehicle report.  We’re guessing this relationship is not exactly on solid ground.  Police advised the male his complaint did not constitute a theft and was a civil matter.   The male then requested the police deliver him a Pepsi, since he felt a bit dehydrated.   Police advised the male to drink some water from a drinking fountain nearby. 

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Not feeling goodwill about Goodwill….
A female called the police to report she was upset with her ex-boyfriend.  She had left property at his house a “couple of years” ago, and he had given it to Goodwill. She was advised it was a civil matter.

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