Washington County police blotter

  • Updated: August 24, 2013 - 4:10 PM

HUGO

JULY 19

Motorcycle/car accident. A motorcyclist ran into a vehicle making a U-turn at the intersection of Frenchman Road and Victor Hugo Boulevard. The biker reportedly flew over the front of his motorcycle in the collision but was up and walking around talking to police.

JULY 20

Loose cattle. A resident in the 14000 block of Homestead Avenue holding a shotgun threatened to shoot approximately 30 loose cows that were eating hay bales on the property. After a police officer secured the shotgun, the resident wanted a deputy to shoot the animals. The cattle were returned to a neighbor and the complainant was advised to make a list of damages incurred by the cattle.

Neighbor complaint. Police were dispatched to a home in the 6000 block of 151st Street Court on a report of loud juveniles driving recklessly and stealing. Police talked to the juveniles and advised them to keep the noise down and that a return trip would mean a citation. They also removed a laser pointer from the home.

LAKE ELMO

JULY 19

Nuisance complaint. Police received a report of people in a boat in the channel between Lake Demontreville and Lake Olson throwing plastic cups ­into the water. Police were unable to locate the boat.

MAY TOWNSHIP

JULY 21

Tubing complaint. An officer on patrol at the Big Marine Lake Reserve noticed a boat with a youth tubing behind it that was traveling too close to the boat launch. The officer spoke to the boat owner, who was entertaining a soccer team, and told her to ­limit the trips to the dock to change out the tubers.

OAKDALE

JULY 21

Disorderly conduct. A pedestrian in the 6400 block of 7th Street flagged down an officer and told him a man driving a white Chevy Suburban had flipped him off on several recent occasions, possibly because of a driving incident. The pedestrian said he was considering disorderly conduct charges if it continues. Attempts to contact the driver of the Suburban were unsuccessful.

STILLWATER

JULY 20

Watercraft violation. A boater on the St. Croix River was cited for loud exhaust after an officer used a sound meter to check the level. The boater told police he had been cited before for the same infraction.

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