Disorderly conduct. Officers responded to reports of unruly patrons at the American Legion Club, 14521 Granada Drive, and at Wild Bill's Saloon, 15020 Glazier Av. The officers charged the various offenders with disorderly conduct and assault.
Stabbing. Officers were called to the Fairview Ridges Hospital emergency room on a report of a stabbing in the 7400 block of 128th Street. Police ascertained that a 45-year-old woman had become upset when her husband arrived home late. An argument ensued and she stabbed him in the leg. The woman was arrested and charged with second-degree assault.
MARCH 14Shot fired. A homeowner in the 5200 block of 132nd Street reported that he had found a bullet hole in a window. Police determined that a bullet had been fired through an exterior wall and exited through the window. Officers did not locate a suspect. MARCH 17 Shoplifting. Officers responding to a shoplifting incident at Kohl's department store found an Eagan resident and a Richfield resident working as a team. They had attempted to steal more than $500 worth of jewelry before being apprehended by store security. Officers also found that the two were in possession of merchandise they had previously shoplifted from Wal-Mart.
Traffic. Police conducted a traffic stop and cited a 42-year-old St. Peter man for driving after license cancellation and no proof of insurance.
Theft. Police responded to a report of a vehicle stolen overnight from Northern Power Products, 2859 Lexington Av.
Burglary. Police responded to the Bibo restaurant, 1629 Lena Court, to investigate a report of a break-in occurring overnight. The suspect may be connected to a previous report from the same area.
Suspicious person. A man walking his chocolate lab found some sort of device in the wooded area at Blackhawk Park, 1629 Murphy Pkwy. He stated that he did not have a cell phone with him but would meet officers near the pavilion. He led officers to the device and they took pictures. The device was later destroyed.
Suspicious person. Police responded to the Community Action Council's Lewis House, a domestic abuse shelter, to take a report of a suspicious man in a red truck. A woman said she was approached by a white man of thick build, about 5-foot-10, with a goatee, short brown hair, age 35 to 45. The description of the truck -- a big red newer truck with black bumpers -- and the man were similar to a report the previous week at the Lewis House's Hastings location.
Warrant. An officer was called to a business on the 100 block of S. Broadway Street on a report of a suspicious woman. After checking her identification it was determined she had an active Scott County warrant. She was arrested and taken to the Scott County Jail.
Suspicious person. Officers responded to the area of Maple Drive regarding a boy who was acting suspiciously. He took off running as officers arrived in the area. Officers searched the area but were unable to locate him. The suspect in the incident later contacted officers and denied being in the area.
Accident. Officers assisted the State Patrol with a multiple-vehicle crash on Hwy. 169 at Delaware Avenue. A bus blew a tire and vehicles traveling behind the bus collided with the debris, causing damage to the other vehicles.
Fight. An officer was called to a fight in progress in the 400 block of Creek Lane N. and located a man who had walked away from the fight. He declined to cooperate with the investigation and refused medical attention.
Traffic. An officer was on routine patrol and noticed a suspicious vehicle enter the parking lot of a business in the 100 block of Eldorado Drive. The 19-year-old driver was issued a citation for underage drinking and driving and the vehicle was released to a passenger.
Traffic. Officers stopped a car driven by a 21-year-old Rosemount man in the 14400 block of Bayberry Circle. He was arrested for giving a false name, driving after revocation and open bottle.
Property damage. Police responding to a suspicious person call in the city park, 13500 S. Dakota Av., arrested a 19-year-old Savage man for first-degree criminal damage to property and fleeing police on foot. Also, a 13-year-old Savage boy will be charged with first-degree criminal damage to property and fleeing police on foot after they were caught painting graffiti on city property.
Tim Labatt • 612-288-8319
Items are selected from reports made to police departments and are not intended to provide a comprehensive picture of crime in a neighborhood or community.