Washington County police blotter

  • Updated: February 1, 2014 - 3:00 PM

DENMARK TOWNSHIP

JAN. 3

Traffic concern. A deputy put up a temporary stop sign after it was blown over in the area of St. Croix Trail and Hwy. 10.

GRANT

JAN. 1

Suspicious activity. Three juveniles in an SUV were stopped by a deputy after a report that they were taking a street sign in the area of Lake Elmo Avenue and 88th Street. The driver admitted trying to “fix” a stop sign that had been bent.

HUGO

JAN. 2

Suspicious situation. A person calling for help was reported on Europa Trail Way. At the same time, authorities received a report of a woman falling on ice in the area. She was yelling for about 10 minutes before a neighbor discovered her.

JAN. 5

Suspicious activity. Two males in military fatigues were reported in the 13000 block of Elmcrest Avenue. A deputy found four juveniles who said they were filming a school project. They had Airsoft replica guns with the orange tips covered to look like real weapons. They were advised about firearm safety and the use of replica guns.

LAKE ELMO

JAN. 5

Suspicious activity. Four vehicles were reported parked and occupied for 30 minutes in the 2000 block of Lisbon Avenue Court. A deputy located people entering the vehicles ready to leave the area and found nothing suspicious.

OAKDALE

JAN. 1

Theft. An officer responded to a report of a gas drive-off at SuperAmerica, 1015 Geneva Av. A man pumped $30.08 worth of gas into a vehicle and said he didn’t have his wallet on him. A photocopy was made of his Wisconsin driver’s license and he agreed to return to pay. He didn’t return.

JAN. 2

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