Impeding traffic. A motorcyclist was cited when he stopped traffic to allow other motorcyclists to turn onto St. Croix Trail from Stagecoach Trail.
Curfew violation. Three juveniles on skateboards were spotted at 3 a.m. in the area of Dellwood Road and Quail Street. The kids were warned about violating curfew and taken to a home where they were sleeping over.
Suspicious person. A 30-year-old man running barefoot in the 9000 block of Dellwood Road was stopped and questioned by an officer. The man stated he was training to get into the military. He also said he'd done meth several weeks ago but wasn't on it presently. The officer took the man to a nearby restaurant where he was met by a family member.
Juvenile complaint. Two juveniles were questioned about having been seen on the roof of Wildwood Elementary School, 535 North Warner Av. Police discussed issues about being on the roof with the juvenile's parents, too.
Crosswalk violation. Police received a complaint of a vehicle that slowed down and drove through a crosswalk with crossguards present at the intersection of 7th Street and Glenbrook Avenue. The complainant told police the crossguards did not have their flags down and there were no children in the crosswalk or road. Police advised the caller there was no violation.
Check welfare. Police responded to a report of a 1-year-old boy playing with a can of WD-40 in the 7600 block of 23rd Street. The boy's father told police his son did not spray any of the WD-40.
Cat at large. Police were dispatched to Eagle Point Elementary School, 7850 15th St., to check on a cat that had been caught in a live trap. The cat had no collar and appeared to be feral. Police transported the animal to Hillcrest Animal Hospital.
Theft. The rear passenger taillight assembly unit was taken off a truck parked in a driveway in the 6300 block of 11th Street.
Assault. A 29-year-old man reported suffering a fractured arm from an assault at a wedding reception at the Oak Marsh Golf Course, 526 Inwood Av.
Theft. A trailer containing a lawn mower was reported stolen in the 100 block of Myrtle Street.
Lost item. A 20-foot nylon cover worth $700 was lost off a pontoon boat on the St. Croix River between the Stillwater Bridge and Wolf Marine.
Theft. A $200 purse containing a $600 cell phone was accidentally left by a customer at Taco Bell, 8473 Tamarack Road, and then reportedly taken by an employee, according to police reports.
Intoxicated customer. Police removed an intoxicated man who had reportedly been drinking all day from the Green Mill restaurant, 6003 Hudson Road, and transported him to the Dakota County detox.
Theft. A cab driver reported that one of his riders took a bottle of cologne out of the glove compartment of his taxi in the 6900 block of Macbeth Circle. Officers questioned and searched the suspect but found no cologne.
Items are selected from reports made to police departments and are not intended to provide a comprehensive picture of crime.