Washington County police blotter

  • Updated: October 5, 2013 - 2:00 PM

AFTON

SEPT. 1

Dumping complaint. Police received a call about several smelly garbage bags that had been dumped in a yard in the area of 40th Street and Neal Avenue. The bags were gone when police checked on the report.

DENMARK TOWNSHIP

SEPT. 2

Camping complaint. A group of campers was reported being loud and disrespectful at the St. Croix Bluffs Regional Park, 10191 St. Croix Trail. The group, which camped at several adjoining sites, was gone when a deputy checked the grounds the next day. There was a lot of trash left at the sites. A woman from the group was contacted, and she didn’t think the group was too loud considering all the children there.

HUGO

SEPT. 6

Found object. An inoperable Vipertek stun gun was found in the 4000 block of Victor Path.

LAKE ELMO

SEPT. 6

Neighbor harassment. Someone in the 8000 block of Hill Trail reported the doorbell ringing at 1 a.m.; nobody was at the door when the resident checked. The resident said this has been an ongoing issue. Cameras had been set up, but they showed nothing for this incident.

MAY TOWNSHIP

SEPT. 7

Motorcycle rally complaint. Police received a call from someone suggesting it was dangerous for a fire engine to be leading a motorcycle rally on St. Croix Trail near 124th Street. The complainant was assured it was not dangerous.

OAKDALE

SEPT. 1

Animal complaint. A pit bull was found and contained in the 6300 block of 10th Street. As the dog’s license was being checked at the police station, another pit bull owned by the same person was brought in. The owner was out of town, and the person who was supposed to be watching the dogs told police they dug a hole under a fence and escaped.

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