Washington County police blotter

  • Updated: May 10, 2014 - 2:00 PM

AFTON

APRIL 9

Suspicious activity. A vehicle was reported driving through a yard on the 4000 block of Neal Avenue. The caller realized it was their uncle and told authorities no assistance was needed.

GRANT

APRIL 8

Check light cycle. A driver contacted authorities after being stopped at a traffic light at the intersection of 75th Street and Manning Avenue for what they thought was longer than usual. The light eventually turned green. Public Works was contacted.

HUGO

APRIL 10

Suspicious activity. A juvenile was reported looking into the windows of a residence on Victor Path at 10:25 p.m. and then sitting in the driveway. The homeowner told a deputy the juvenile was her grandson and everything was fine.

MAHTOMEDI

APRIL 9

Vehicle lockout. A deputy was unable to unlock a caller’s vehicle in a parking lot at Century College, 3300 Century Av. The person ended up calling a locksmith.

Stop arm violation. A school bus driver reported a vehicle driving through a stop arm in the area of Mahtomedi Avenue and Quail Street.

OAKDALE

APRIL 5

Assist other department. An officer located and stopped a driver going northbound on Interstate 694 in the southbound lane at 10th Street. The driver appeared confused but no accidents occurred. The scene was turned over to the State Patrol.

APRIL 6

Alarm call. Police responded to an audible alarm on the 1600 block of Geneva Avenue. The homeowner explained that the system had been installed the day before and he was trying to figure it out. He was advised of the city’s alarm response policy.

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