Washington County police blotter

  • Updated: September 7, 2013 - 4:23 PM

police blotter

HUGO

AUG. 1

Animal complaint. A woman in the 14000 block of Forest Boulevard reported a ground hog had hissed at her and then crawled under her car, keeping her from leaving. She said she was frightened for her child. The animal was gone by the time a deputy arrived.

AUG. 3

Injured owl. An injured great horned owl was reportedly hopping around, unable to fly, near the bike path in the 5000 block of 157th Street. A deputy took a photo of the owl and sent it to the Raptor Center. Someone there, upon seeing the photo, asked to have the bird brought to them. With some assistance, the deputy contained the owl and it was transported to the Raptor Center.

LAKE ELMO

AUG. 2

Illegal plants. Several marijuana plants were found on property in the 8000 block of 10th Street. It appeared the plants were growing wild. The landowner was contacted to pull the plants and destroy them.

MAHTOMEDI

AUG. 5

Altercation. A newspaper delivery driver reported to police that he had confronted a competing delivery driver about using his newspaper tubes in the area of East Avenue and Hickory Street. The other driver swore and drove off.

MAY TOWNSHIP

AUG. 4

Suspicious activity. Police were alerted to people camping in a tent at Square Lake Park, 15450 Square Lake Trail. The campers told police that they were part of a bike tour and had stopped at the park overnight. They were advised that camping is not allowed at Square Lake Park and told to move along.

OAKDALE

AUG. 2

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