Owatonna Police Announce Staff Changes and Honors
Lots of good news to report from the Owatonna Police Department (OPD) in a recent edition of their Just the facts bulletin. There was a promotion for a hometown officer, a pinning and oath of office ceremony, and a banquet to celebrate the Police Officer of the Year. The department is also asking the public for help in locating a dog and its owner after a biting incident at a park in Owatonna.
The OPD reports that Josh Sorenson, a native of Owatonna, will be promoted to captain effective September 26. field mobile force officer and instructor.
Sorenson was promoted to sergeant in 2011 and was named Owatonna’s Police Officer of the Year by the Moonlighter’s Exchange Club in 2019. He replaces Captain Eric Rethemeier who is retiring in January.
2021 Officer of the Year Detective Christian Berg was honored at a recent banquet. He has worked in the Owatonna Department since 2011.
The OPD recognized officers Michael Brein, Tony Malepsy, Jeremy Katz, John Van Alstine, Matthew Lounsbury and Sergeant Zack Schumaker in an oath ceremony at an Owatonna City Council meeting.
DOG BITE INVESTIGATION
The Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying the owner of a dog who bit someone at Owatonna Dog Park on State Avenue on Sunday, September 19. Just the facts reports, “In the case, a young brindle colored pit bull, or pit bull / boxer mix bit a black Labrador, then bit its human owner on the forearm – the dog also had a collar dark blue.” A white female with shoulder length black hair is believed to be the person with the dog. Anyone with information can contact the Owatonna Police Department at 507-451-8232.
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