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Continued: West metro police blotter

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  • Last update: September 17, 2013 - 3:40 PM

AUG. 28

Theft. A sculpture valued at $500 was stolen from the yard of a home on the 100 block of Lake Street.

AUG. 31

Disorderly conduct. An intoxicated 45-year-old Long Lake woman was arrested for disorderly conduct and obstructing the legal process at Bayview Event Center, 687 Excelsior Blvd.

RICHFIELD

AUG. 27

Theft. Several thefts were reported by residents who had items stolen from their rooms at Richfield Health Center, 7727 Portland Av. S.

Disorderly conduct. Four juveniles were arrested and cited for disorderly conduct following a disturbance at 72nd Street and Blaisdell Avenue S. Two Airsoft guns were seized. The juveniles were released to their parents.

Drugs. Officers responded to the 7000 block of Cedar Avenue S. regarding a drug overdose. A 24-year-old Lakeville man and a 24-year-old Farmington man were cited for possession of marijuana.

Arson. A portable toilet was set on fire at Washington Park, 7600 17th Av. S.

SHOREWOOD

AUG. 25

Drugs. An 18-year-old Chanhassen man was arrested for possession of drugs on the 24300 block of Smithtown Road.

AUG. 29

Theft. A motor scooter was reported stolen from the 5400 block of Eureka Road. It was recovered in the weeds on the same block. The owner of the motor scooter had placed it in the tall grass so he could go home and get a vehicle to transport the scooter home. He then was unable to find it in the weeds.

TONKA BAY

AUG. 28

Drugs. A 16-year-old Mound boy was cited for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia following a traffic stop for an equipment violation on County Road 19 and Tonka Bay Road.

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