Neighbor issue. Police received a report of a neighbor making aggressive gestures to a man mowing his yard in the 14000 block of 110th Street. The complainant told police the neighbor gave him the finger and that relations with the neighbor have been an ongoing issue. The neighbor admitted to an officer that after the incident he went out to a pasture behind his home and fired rounds from a 9mm pistol.
Suspicious activity. A group of juveniles was reported entering Eastside Park, Upper 17th Street and Helmo Avenue, with a cooler after park hours. An officer contacted two juveniles with two coolers full of water balloons and advised them of the park hours ordinance.
Property damage/theft. An electrical box was broken into and approximately $3,000 worth of copper wire was stolen at Walton Park, 1584 Hadley Av.
Road hazard. An officer responded to a report of a sewer cover that had been removed and dropped into the sewer in the area of 23rd Street and Hilo Avenue. The officer noticed that approximately 10 other sewer covers had been removed. He notified Public Works.
Theft. The driver's side door was damaged and about $80 worth of gas was siphoned from a van in the parking lot of BioLawn, 657 Hayward Av.
Assist. Someone in the 12000 block of Lakamaga Trail asked police about dog ordinances in Scandia. The complainant wanted to notify police about an incident three years ago and one the previous week.
Fourth-degree DUI/Speeding. An officer observed a vehicle being driven 68 mph in a 45 mph zone on St. Croix Trail near Arcola Trail. The officer pulled the driver over and noticed his eyes were bloodshot and he smelled of alcohol. He admitted to having been drinking, registered a .13 on a preliminary breath test and was booked for DUI along with being cited for speeding.
Suspicious activity/extra patrol. A resident in the 800 block of Nordic Avenue Court reported a man knocking on her door three times in the last three weeks -- all after 10:00 p.m. The complainant told police the first time she talked to the man he asked about her personal life and said it was for a school project. She said she thought he was under the influence of drugs and requested an extra patrol in the area.
Littering complaint. The registered owner of a vehicle whose occupants had been reported throwing fast food bags and water bottles out the window on Tower Drive southbound from Valley Creek Road was contacted by police. The owner told police his son was driving the vehicle at the time and that he'd speak to him about the incident and have him pick up the garbage.
Man hitting golf balls in park. A man was reported hitting golf balls at Colby Park, 9715 Valley Creek Road, while children were playing in the area. The complainant was worried that the golfer's lack of control and general golfing ability made it a dangerous situation, according to the police report. The golfer was not there when police arrived but his identity was determined due to multiple reports of him golfing in the park. He was sent information on Woodbury parks golfing ordinances.
Equipment violation. A driver in the area of Woodlane Drive and Lake Road was cited for having her windows tinted too dark.
Items are selected from reports made to police departments and are not intended to provide a comprehensive picture of crime.