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City Council Letter 070314

City Council Letter 070314

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Interim Chief Hill's weekly letter to the City Council for July 3, 2014
Interim Chief Hill's weekly letter to the City Council for July 3, 2014

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Published by: Cloquet Police Department on Jul 03, 2014
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Cloquet Police Mission Statement
Provide quality police services to the community; uphold the constitution; enforce state laws and city code; and respond to and deter crime. We will nurture public trust by striving to attain the highest degree of integrity and professional conduct at all times.
Week Ending July 4, 2014
 
A
DMINISTRATION
 
Interim Chief Terry Hill
O
FFICERS
 
Detective Darrin Berg Detective Scott Holman Detective Derek Randall Sergeant Carey Ferrell Sergeant Rick Benko Sergeant Jeff Palmer Sergeant Tom Hallfrisch Corporal Mark Laine Corporal Erik Blesener Corporal Steve Fiske Corporal Corey Schneberger Officer Scott Beckman Officer Eric Baker Officer Kerrick Johnson Officer Adam Reed Officer Charles Martin Officer Kristina Kohlmeyer
A
DMINISTRATIVE
S
TAFF
 
Shannon Nelson  Nicole Eckenberg
508 Cloquet Avenue Cloquet, MN 55720  Phone (218)879-1247 
 
 Fax (218) 879-1190 www.ci.cloquet.mn.us
 
P
ERSONNEL
:
Congratulations to Sergeant Jeff Palmer and his wife Sarah on the birth of their new baby  boy Jericho Jacob Palmer born on June 30
th
. Both mother and baby are doing fine. I will be out of the office on Monday of next week.
P
ATROL
:
On Wednesday Cloquet officers responded to the Walmart Supercenter to a report of a shoplifting in progress. When officers arrived they met with store personnel who advised them that they observed an individual removing security tags with some sort of knife and concealing items on his  person. As the suspect attempted to leave the store, he was apprehended by officers. Through the investigation, officers and store  personnel were to were able to determine that the suspect had stole approximately $600 worth of merchandise through the use of a shoplifting tool. The suspect, a 25 year old Duluth man, was taken into custody without incident and transported to the Carlton County Law Enforcement Center where he was formally charged with Possession of Burglary/Theft Tools and Gross Misdemeanor Theft.
D
ETECTIVES
:
On Wednesday, acting on information received, Cloquet detectives followed up on a previously reported burglary from mid-June. Through their investigation and the new information provided they were able to determine that two firearms had been stolen from a residence in Scanlon. Detectives interviewed a suspect and ultimately arrested the 21-year-old Scanlon man. The suspect was transported to the Carlton County Law Enforcement Center where he was formally charged with Burglary in the Second Degree.
M
ISCELLANEOUS
:
The Department's sonic wall/firewall that operates and monitors the internet within our building failed this week and caused operational issues. Superior Computer was on site just about all of Monday trying to troubleshoot the  problem and ultimately determined it was a failed firewall unit. They were able to give us a temporary fix and a new firewall unit has been ordered.
C
OMMUNITY
S
ERVICE
:
On Wednesday of this week Detective Darrin Berg presented to the TRIAD group on current crime trends. Darrin spoke on thefts, burglaries, shoplifting and what senior citizens can do to  protect themselves from these types of crimes. The presentation was at the Carlton County Transportation Building. TRIAD is seniors and law enforcement coming together to try to reduce the victimization of the elderly and/or seniors. The group was very involved and had a lot of questions.
Cloquet Police Department Weekl Newsletter

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