Washington County police blotter

  • Updated: August 3, 2013 - 5:05 PM

DELLWOOD

JULY 4

Vandalism. Engine wires were cut on a police boat at the White Bear Yacht Club, 10696 White Bear Lake. A seat was cut as well.

GRANT

JULY 2

Suspicious item. A plastic storage bin full of bags of dead fish was found in a ditch on Hidden Glade Road north of Hwy. 96.

LAKE ELMO

JULY 2

Neighbor issue. Police received a report about a neighbor planting trees without a permit in the 9000 block of 31st Street. An officer checked into the complaint and was unable to find any ordinance that was being violated.

LAKELAND

JUNE 30

Tamper with motor vehicles. Two vehicles were gone through overnight in the driveway of a residence in the 16000 block of 4th Street. Items from the unlocked vehicles, including keys that had been in one vehicle, were thrown onto the front lawn, but nothing was reported missing.

OAKDALE

JUNE 27

Found chickens. Someone walking on Hadley Avenue near the Gateway Trail reported being followed by two chickens and a rooster. Police advised the caller to keep walking and said the birds would eventually go back to where they came from.

SCANDIA

JULY 2

Trespassing issue. While on patrol, an officer noticed a vehicle parked near the shut gate of a gravel pit in the 14000 block of 185th Street. The officer made contact with a woman, who said she had permission to be there. The owner of the property was contacted and said no one had permission to be there. The woman was asked to leave.

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