The following individuals in the Princeton and Zimmerman area have been booked into the Sherburne County Jail for the alleged offenses:
Jason Allen Laventure, 33, of Zimmerman, for DWI.
Carlee Jean Davids, 19, of Zimmerman, for DWI.
Phillip Mark Holland, 23, of Princeton, for DWI.
Brian Joseph Weiss, 25, of Zimmerman, for DWI.
Steven Carl Knutson, 57, of Princeton, for domestic assault.
James Michael Auers, 48, of Zimmerman, for DWI.
Lyndon Joseph Masloski, 21, of Princeton, for Sherburne County warrant.
Martha Ervin Hoppe, 57, of Princeton, for apprehension and detention order.
July 17: Anthony Sather, of 144th St., Baldwin Township, reported that his garage had been broken into along with vehicles on his property. Several items reported stolen include a Mossberg shotgun, speakers, amp, radar detector, cash and several tools, value of approximately $4,000.
July 31: A vehicle owned by Scott Fieber was entered while parked on property on Fifth Avenue in Zimmerman. A key fob, valued of $125 was taken.
July 31: Mikailah Nelson, of 10th Street W., Zimmerman, reported her vehicle was entered. Music CDs, urn and change taken. Value of approximately $125.
July 31: Tamera Larson, of Eighth Street Circle, Zimmerman, reported a iPod and flashlight stolen from her vehicle. Value of approximately $110.
July 31: Matthew Olson, of Third Avenue, Zimmerman, reported that his vehicle had been entered, and taken were a pair of sunglasses. Unknown value.
Aug. 4: Property damage was reported at the Zimmerman Elementary school. Decorative grasses and flowers were cut from the planter in the memorial garden. Planter valued at $100.
Aug. 4: Richard Ehrich, of Oakwood Road, Zimmerman, reported that someone had cut his above-ground pool. Value of $1,000.
Aug. 6: Zimmerman City Administrator reported that there was damage to sprinkler heads at Maefield Park. Replacement and labor valued at $1,884.
Aug. 8: David Chalupnik, of Fourth Avenue S., Zimmerman, reported that his solar lights and planter had been knocked over and there was damage to a tree in his front yard.
Aug. 9: Mark Weber reported that the commercial mailbox for the Zimmerman Community Church had been struck and damaged. Replacement and labor cost approximately $1,000.