Car strikes bus; no one injuredPublished 11:49am Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Albert Lea police cited Kelly Ann Kolodge for failure to yield after a school bus and car crash at the intersection of Sheridan Street and St. Thomas Avenue at 11:24 a.m. Monday.
Police stated there were no injuries.
Eleven students and the bus driver were in the bus at the time of the crash. Kolodge was the driver of the car.
House break-in reported
The Freeborn County Sheriff’s Office received a report Monday morning that someone attempted to break into a house at 21785 Scott Ave. The lock on the door was reported broken. The incident reportedly took place sometime last week.
Two safes with money in them were reported taken from 504 St. Thomas Ave. at 3:57 p.m. Monday, according to Albert Lea police.
4 arrested for shoplifting
Police arrested Peggijo Lynn Stinnet, 26, for shoplifting from Shopko, 2610 Bridge Ave., at 6:32 p.m. Monday, according to Albert Lea police. Reports indicated Tabatha Marie Jones, 22, and Allen Keith Hamilton, 22, were also arrested for aiding and abetting shoplifting.
In a separate incident, police arrested Adrian Vasquez, 19, for shoplifting from Shopko, 2610 Bridge Ave., at 8:16 p.m. Monday.
2 cited for trespassing
Two juveniles were cited for trespassing at 4:02 p.m. Monday after the owner of 622 Sheridan St. reportedly came home and found the juveniles in the house.
Kids walk on ice
A caller on James Avenue in Albert Lea spotted juveniles walking on lake ice at 1 p.m. Saturday with no adult supervision. An officer found the children and spoke with them, according to police reports.
Fight reported at Trailside Monday afternoon
There was a report Sunday at Trailside Apartments, 321 James Ave., of several people fighting outside near two tan cars and a red one. The call about the fights came at 4:30 p.m. When Albert Lea police arrived, no one in the vicinity cooperated.
2 teens cited for underage drinking Saturday
Albert Lea police cited two teenagers at 2214 E. Main St. Saturday for illegal consumption of alcohol. One 16-year-old boy was brought to the Freeborn County Law Enforcement Center, and his father picked him up.
Officer requested at Shopko
Shopko, 2610 Bridge Ave., requested an Albert Lea police officer sat 4:06 p.m. Friday. Two subjects were spotted stealing a camera. A police report said they left prior to the officer arriving in a silver Grand Prix with a partial plate of 441.
The report said they were a heavy-set white man with a black jacket and short hair and a white woman in a white jacket with a turtleneck sweater who was missing front teeth.