East Metro police blotter

  • Updated: March 15, 2014 - 2:58 PM

DENMARK TOWNSHIP

FEB. 10

Suspicious activity. Someone selling a boat slip on Craigslist contacted authorities after receiving a $3,000 PayPal payment from a supposedly interested buyer that turned out to be fraudulent.

GRANT

FEB. 12

Theft. Construction heaters were stolen, replaced and then taken again from a work site in the 9000 block of Jeffrey Boulevard.

LAKE ELMO

FEB. 10

Disturbance. A customer yelled and made a fist at an employee while trying unsuccessfully to return some cheese dip to the Lake Elmo Market, 11025 10th St. The employee told a deputy he assisted the angry man out the door. The customer then threw the dip at the building.

FEB. 14

In park after hours. Two occupants of a vehicle parked with its lights on and windows steamed up at Pebble Park, 8160 Lake Jane Tr., were given a warning for being in the park after hours.

FEB. 15

Suspicious activity. A shop in the 3400 block of Lake Elmo Avenue requested extra patrol after holding an open house and noticing a man and woman taking photos of the business’ doors and locks.

LAKE ST. CROIX BEACH

FEB. 15

Property damage. Several mailboxes were damaged by a vehicle in the area of Riviera Avenue and 17th Street. The driver explained he accidently slid down the hill and couldn’t stop in time to prevent hitting the mailboxes. He agreed to pay for or repair the damage.

MAHTOMEDI

FEB. 10

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