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Continued: Dakota County police blotter

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  • Last update: October 26, 2013 - 4:48 PM

OCT. 15

Weapons violation. A 23-year-old Dallas man was arrested for possession of a firearm by an illegal alien and providing false information, and a 31-year-old man, a 23-year-old Burnsville man and a 24-year-old Dallas man were arrested for providing false information.

EAGAN

Fraud. A 32-year-old man was arrested for check forgery and possessing a fake driver’s license at TCF Bank, 1940 Cliff Lake Road.

OCT. 19

Theft from motor vehicle. A wallet containing $630 was reported stolen from a motor vehicle on the 4100 block of Pennsylvania Avenue.

Theft from motor vehicle. A Dell laptop computer valued at $1,000 was reported stolen from a motor vehicle on the 3100 block of Pennsylvania Avenue.

Theft from motor vehicle. A backpack containing a Hewlett-Packard laptop computer and a paycheck were reported stolen from a motor vehicle on the 4000 block of Camberwell Drive N. The passenger window was broken to gain entry.

DWI. A man was arrested for DWI after being involved in a traffic accident near the intersection of Lexington Avenue and Lone Oak Road.

OCT. 20

DWI. An adult man was arrested for DWI and having an open bottle in a motor vehicle near the intersection of Crestridge Lane and Restwood Lane.

OCT. 21

Drug activity. An adult was arrested for possession of hypodermic needles and on a Hennepin County warrant at Kwik Trip, 3145 Dodd Road.

LAKEVILLE

OCT. 11

Disorderly conduct. An adult was arrested for disorderly conduct on the 16400 block of Grenoble Avenue.

OCT. 11

Criminal property damage. A juvenile was arrested for criminal property damage on the 8600 block of W. 165th Street.

OCT. 13

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