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Continued: Washington County police blotter

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  • Last update: January 25, 2014 - 7:02 PM

DEC. 23

Animal concern. A deputy checked on a report of horses not having hay in the area of Otchipwe Avenue and Stonebridge Trail. The owner of the horses was contacted and explained that he had just run out of hay and was on his way to get more.


DEC. 22

Juvenile mischief. The owner of a home in the 13000 block of 22nd Street caught several juveniles who had left garbage and road cones in his yard along with toilet paper in his trees at 2 a.m. The juveniles said it was all part of a school prank and agreed to clean up the yard later in the morning.


DEC. 24

Suspicious activity. An officer stopped a motorist who was reported driving slowly on Springwood Drive. The driver told the officer he was looking for an address on Springwood Court in Eagan. He was not aware he was in Woodbury and was given directions to Eagan.

DEC. 28

Suspicious activity. A man was reported doing something with the windshield wiper fluid outside the Holiday Stationstore, 757 Radio Dr., and then walking into the closed business just after 3 a.m. Police contacted the man, who was an employee who had arrived early and was taking care of tasks before opening the business.

DEC. 29

Suspicious activity. A resident in the 2800 block of Castleford Court called police because she believed her neighbor was tampering with her electricity because her exterior lights were not working. An officer discovered the lights only needed to be fully installed into the light fixture. No further action was taken.

Items are selected from reports made to police departments and are not intended to provide a comprehensive picture of crime.

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