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Continued: North metro police blotter

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  • Last update: November 19, 2013 - 3:28 PM

OCT. 18

Animal complaint. Someone called police to report ongoing issues with a woodpecker on the 6100 block of Star Lane NE. Options of sound deterrence, netting and plugging the holes were discussed with the caller.

OCT. 21

Animal call. A woman from the 5800 block of 2nd Street NE wanted police to take her sick cat because she could no longer care for it. She was advised to contact the Humane Society.

OCT. 23

Found. A grandmother called police to report that she found a butter knife near her grandson’s bus stop on Main Street NE and 58th Avenue and turned it over to the bus driver. She was informed that it was not a police matter and, in the future, she could destroy dangerous foreign objects herself.


OCT. 17

Theft. A 22-year-old man and a 49-year-old man were arrested for possession of stolen property on Greenfield Avenue.


OCT. 12

Theft. A hunting bow and equipment were stolen from an unlocked vehicle on the 15100 block of Ute Street NW.

OCT. 14

Robbery. An armed robbery occurred at SuperAmerica, 14100 St. Francis Blvd. NW. The suspect, with a shotgun, fled with $253 taken from the cash register.


NOV. 3

Forgery. A 21-year-old man was arrested for allegedly trying to cash a forged check for $900 at Twin City Federal Bank, 3930 Silver Lake Road


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