Washington County police blotter highlights

  • Updated: March 30, 2013 - 4:56 PM

BAYTOWN TOWNSHIP

MARCH 6

School bus assistance. An officer helped a school bus get turned around after it was caught at a railroad crossing in the area of 40th Street and McDonald Drive. The bus had stopped because the crossing arm was down, but there was no train in sight.

Alarm. A cleaning person accidentally set off an alarm at a home in the 4000 block of McDonald Drive Overlook.

DENMARK TOWNSHIP

MARCH 4

Dumping complaint. A large amount of computer items and other electronics were left on a property in the area of Point Douglas Drive and St. Croix Drive.

MARCH 6

Break-in. A storage facility was burglarized in the 12000 block of Margo Avenue.

HUGO

MARCH 8

Abandoned snowmobile. Police attempted to contact the registered owner of a snowmobile that had been left for two days in the area of 122nd Street and County Road 8. Although contact was never made with the owner, the snowmobile was moved.

Lake elmo

MARCH 7

Suspicious vehicle. A resident in the 700 block of Julep Avenue shined a flashlight on a vehicle that had been idling in the street for several minutes and it took off. The resident called police, who were unable to locate the vehicle in the area.

LAKE ST. CROIX BEACH

MARCH 5

Noise complaint. Someone in the 1400 block of Quinlan Avenue complained that a neighbor was snowblowing too early in the morning.

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