Washington County police blotter

  • Updated: July 27, 2013 - 4:07 PM

GRANT

JUNE 24

Debris. Miscellaneous items including several tires, two vacuums and a suitcase were left on Indahl Avenue south of 89th Street. A man whose name was on paperwork among the debris denied dumping the items.

LAKE ELMO

JUNE 22

Missing trampoline. A trampoline was reported missing from a yard in the 2000 block of Legion Lane Circle. The owner was not sure if it had blown away in a storm or was stolen.

JUNE 23

Suspicious activity. Someone reported two groups of motorcyclists pulling into Country Sun Farms & Greenhouses, 11211 N. 60th St. Police made contact with a group of about 10 to 15 motorcyclists there and were told one of their bikes had broken down and they were waiting for a tow.

JUNE 24

Explosion/suspicious situation. Police were called to an explosion in the area of Kimbro Avenue and 47th Street. They made contact with a male who admitted to putting an M80 under a pail. He conceded it was “a dumb thing to do” and agreed to clean up the mess.

JUNE 25

Suspicious activity. Two people were reportedly sitting at one of the pumps for an extended period of time at Lake Elmo Oil Co. gas station, 11127 Stillwater Blvd. An officer made contact with the pair, who explained they were “having a tough day” and pulled over to calm down.

MARINE ON ST. CROIX

JUNE 25

Loose peacocks. Police received a report of three peacocks walking down the road in the area of 3rd Street and St. Croix Trail. The birds were gone by the time police arrived.

OAKDALE

JUNE 22

Bicycle/vehicle accident. A juvenile cyclist rode out of a driveway and struck a vehicle in the 6600 block of Upper 20th Street. The juvenile was not hurt. There was minor damage to the driver’s door of the vehicle.

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