Washington County police blotter

  • Updated: April 26, 2014 - 2:00 PM

GRANT

MARCH 26

Lost sheep. Three sheep reportedly ran off their property in the 10000 block of 114th Street. They were located and returned shortly there­after.

MARCH 29

Suspicious situation. Authorities secured a home in the 11000 block of Irish Avenue after receiving a report that its front door was open and three dogs had run out. The dogs were returned to the home.

HUGO

MARCH 24

Road rage report. The driver of a vehicle in the area of Oneka Parkway and Frenchman Road told authorities he was followed into a nearby parking lot by someone in a Jeep. The driver of the Jeep got out of his vehicle in the parking lot and the complainant drove off.

MARCH 27

Dumping complaint. A box spring was reported in a tree in the 5000 block of 138th Street. A deputy responded and found someone in the process of moving out of a residence but saw nothing in the trees.

MARCH 30

Neighbor complaint. Someone in the 5000 block of 159th Alcove complained that her neighbor was in her yard yelling at her for driving too fast. The neighbor was off the property by the time a deputy arrived. Other neighbors concurred that the complainant drives too fast in the neighborhood.

MAHTOMEDI

MARCH 30

Cab dispute. A deputy helped resolve an issue regarding the price of a cab fare in the 100 block of Dahlia Street. Because of a language barrier the riders thought they had been quoted a lower price. They paid the full fare.

MARINE ON ST. CROIX

MARCH 22

Suspicious activity. Authorities received a call about an ongoing issue of people parking at a dead-end road near the 200 block of 6th Street at night and walking around with flashlights and smoking. The complainant was advised to call when the activities were taking place.

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