South metro police blotter

  • Updated: December 4, 2012 - 8:13 AM

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

JORDAN

NOV. 22

DWI. A woman was arrested for DWI after traffic and equipment violations on Quaker Avenue.

PRIOR LAKE

NOV. 14

DWI. A 71-year-old St. Paul man was arrested for DWI near the intersection of NW. 140th Street and McKenna Road S. The man's blood-alcohol content was 0.20 percent, police said.

NOV. 15

Burglary. A GPS unit and power washer valued at $450 were reported stolen from a residence on the 6300 block of NE. Conroy Street.

Theft. A chop saw valued at $1,500 was reported stolen from a business on the 14200 block of Shady Beach Trail NE.

NOV. 16

Theft. Car parts valued at $780 were reported stolen from a storage space on the 6000 block of Credit River Road SE.

NOV. 17

Drug activity. A 22-year-old Minneapolis man was arrested for possession of ecstacy and on an outstanding Hennepin County warrant at Mystic Lake Casino, 2400 Mystic Lake Blvd. NW.

NOV. 22

Disorderly conduct. A 22-year-old Bloomington man was arrested for disorderly conduct and obstructing the legal process on the 16200 block of Main Avenue SE.

NOV. 23

Disorderly conduct. A 34-year-old Minneapolis man was arrested for disorderly conduct at Mystic Lake Casino, 2400 Mystic Lake Blvd. NW.

NOV. 26

Drug activity. A 32-year-old homeless man was arrested for possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia at Little Six Casino, 2354 Sioux Trail NW.

SAVAGE

NOV. 19

Theft. Damage from vandalism and stolen appliances valued at $1,361 were reported at a foreclosed home on the 14500 block of Quebec Avenue S.

NOV. 20

Criminal damage to property. A brick was thrown through a window causing $200 worth of damage at a building under construction on the 14100 block of Virginia Avenue S.

Theft. A door and fuel tank cap valued at $2,600 were reported stolen from a front end loader parked at a construction site on the 13100 block of Dakota Avenue S.

NOV. 22

DWI. A 52-year-old Prior Lake man was arrested for DWI and criminal property damage after a traffic stop for poor driving conduct near the intersection of Egan Drive and S. Hwy. 13. The man, who also struck a mailbox, had a blood-alcohol content of 0.32 percent, police said.

DWI. A 44-year-old Prior Lake woman was arrested for DWI after being stopped for poor driving conduct on the 14100 block of S. Hwy. 13. Her blood-alcohol content was 0.20 percent, police said.

NOV. 24

Assault. A 22-year-old Savage man was arrested for assault and disorderly conduct after punching another man on the 12300 block of Princeton Avenue S.

NOV. 25

DWI. A 26-year-old Chaska woman was arrested for DWI after a traffic stop for failing to stay in a single lane and following too close near the intersection of W. Hwy. 13 and Dakota Avenue S. The woman's blood-alcohol content was 0.21 percent, police said.

SHAKOPEE

NOV. 17

DWI. A 35-year-old Shakopee man was arrested for DWI on the 7200 block of Whitehall Road.

NOV. 20

Motor vehicle theft. A motor vehicle was reported stolen on the 1200 block of 10th Avenue E.

NOV. 22

DWI. A 44-year-old Prior Lake woman was arrested for DWI on the 14100 block of S. Hwy. 13.

Disorderly conduct. A 22-year-old Lonsdale man was arrested for disorderly conduct on the 100 block of 1st Avenue E.

NOV. 24

DWI. A 49-year-old Cass Lake man was arrested for DWI after a traffic stop for improper lane use on the 700 block of Canterbury Road S.

NOV. 26

DWI. A 17-year-old Chaska boy was arrested for DWI, refusal to submit to a chemical test, obstructing the legal process with force, reckless driving, having an open bottle in a motor vehicle, underage alcohol consumption and having no Minnesota driver's license, and a 21-year-old Shakopee woman was arrested on an outstanding Scott County warrant near the intersection of S. Fuller Street and 2nd Avenue W.

NOV. 27

DWI. A 40-year-old Shakopee man was arrested for DWI on the 1200 block of Vierling Drive E.

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

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