The following individuals in the Princeton and Zimmerman area have been booked into the Sherburne County Jail for the alleged offenses:
Samuel Louis Chase, 27 of Zimmerman for DWI and uncased firearm in vehicle.
Casey Lawrence James, 22 of Zimmerman for domestic assault.
Dylan Edward Jansen, 20 of Milaca for obstructing legal process.
Mark James Moos, 56 of Zimmerman for domestic assault.
Heather Marie Obrzut, 35 of Princeton for DWI and an apprehension and detention order.
Shawn Daniel Lenz, 42 of Zimmerman for an apprehension and detention order.
June 29: Cheryl Dertinger of 9th St. W. in Zimmerman reported the theft of solar lights from her yard. The lights are valued at $21
July 1: An employee of J and J Builders reported a theft from a construction site located on 153rd St. NW in Blue Hill Township. Among the items taken were a Dewalt job site radio valued at $160.00, a Milwaukee job site radio valued at $110.00 and a blue 2700 watt Yamaha generator valued at $2500.
July 4: Kirk Henchen of Princeton reported the theft of lumber from a construction site located on 155th St. NW in Blue Hill Township. The lumber is valued at $150.
July 4: Carter Zeroth reported the theft of two golf bags and clubs from his vehicle while parked on Egret Ln. in Zimmerman. The estimated value of these items is $410.
July 4: Sharon Wallace of Zimmerman reported the theft of seven flower pots with flowers from a cemetery in Orrock Township. The value of these items is $175.
July 9: John Judnitch of 7th Ave. Cir. In Zimmerman reported the theft of a bag of tobacco from his garage. The tobacco is valued at $21.39.
July 11: Lynn Sulander-Lizakowski of 296th Ave. NW in Baldwin Township reported her mailbox and post had been damaged. The damage is estimated at $150.
July 14: Nicholas Kapsner reported the theft of a 2013 yellow Caterpillar skid loader while parked in the area of 127th St. NW and 273rd Ave. NW in Livonia Township. The skid loader is valued at $62,000.
July 17: Dominique Stevens of 288th Ave. NW in Blue Hill Township reported the theft of a Polaris 50cc ATV (blue and grey). The estimated value of the ATV is $1,200.