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Continued: West metro police blotter

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  • Last update: December 24, 2013 - 9:28 AM

Animal complaint. A resident from the 3400 block of Elm Creek Drive reported eight to 10 coyotes had chewed through and dug under his fence. He stated they were aggressive and coming up to his windows taunting his dogs. He was advised to contact the Department of Natural Resources.

NOV. 15

Noise complaint. A train horn was continuously sounding at Hwy. 55 and Mohawk Drive. The crew at Canadian Pacific advised authorities that the horn was malfunctioning. The horn was disabled to stop the sound.


NOV. 30

Drunken driving. An 18-year-old Norwood Young America man was cited for alleged underage drinking and driving after he was stopped for speeding on Hwy. 7. The passenger was cited for alleged underage consumption.


NOV. 21

Tobacco violation. Two juveniles allegedly were located inside a vehicle, smoking a cigar, on the 11600 block of 47th Avenue N. Officers notified parents of both juveniles.


NOV. 29

Assault. Officers responded to Richfield Health Center, 7727 Portland Av. S., regarding an employee who reportedly was out of control. The employee, a 26-year-old Maple Grove man, did not comply with an officer’s commands and was arrested after he allegedly spat on an officer.

NOV. 30

Drunken driving. A 28-year-old Richfield man was arrested for alleged drunken driving after he was stopped for driving without headlights on at 74th Street E. and Portland Avenue S.

DEC. 3

Theft. Five nail guns valued at $1,000 were stolen from an unsecured construction van on the 6700 block of Lakeview Avenue.

DEC. 8

Disorderly conduct. Three men, ages 26, 28 and 34, were cited for disorderly conduct after officers responded to a report of several men fighting on the 900 block of 78th Street E.

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