Dakota County police blotter

  • Updated: November 30, 2012 - 7:04 PM

APPLE VALLEY

NOV. 14

Motor vehicle theft. An adult was arrested for motor vehicle theft in the 15600 block of Foliage Avenue.

NOV. 15

Disorderly conduct. An adult was arrested for interfering with a 911 call in the 6500 block W. 158th Street.

NOV. 16

Disorderly conduct. An adult was arrested for giving a police officer a false name in the 15000 block of Galaxie Avenue.

NOV. 17

Weapons violation. An adult was arrested for discharging a firearm within city limits in the 15500 block of Flight Way.

FARMINGTON

NOV. 17

Burglary. A forced-entry burglary was reported in the 1000 block of Westview Court. The case is under investigation.

NOV. 19

Motor vehicle theft. A motor vehicle was reported stolen in the 19200 block of Estate Avenue. The case is under investigation.

LAKEVILLE

NOV. 16

Drug activity. An adult was arrested for possession of marijuana near the intersection of Ipava Avenue and Isleton Trail.

NOV. 17

DWI. An adult was arrested for drunken driving near the intersection of W. 190th Street and Cedar Avenue.

Shoplifting. An adult was arrested for shoplifting at Mills Fleet Farm, 17070 Kenrick Av.

NOV. 19

Disorderly conduct. An adult was arrested for violating a restraining order in the 17500 block of Eureka Avenue.

ROSEMOUNT

NOV. 19

Littering. A 34-year-old Rosemount man was arrested for littering on the 13900 block of Biscayne Avenue.

Drug activity. An 18-year-old Rosemount man was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia in the 2700 block of W. Upper 138th Street.

NOV. 21

Drug activity. A 19-year-old Hastings woman was arrested for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia and an 18-year-old Hastings man was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia near the intersection of E. 160th Street and Angus Avenue.

NOV. 22

DWI. A 25-year-old Anoka man was arrested for drunken driving and open bottle in a motor vehicle near the intersection of S. Concord Street and Interstate 494.

Items are selected from police reports and are not intended to provide a comprehensive picture of crime.

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