West metro police blotter

  • Updated: January 21, 2014 - 1:47 PM

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.

CARVER

DEC. 10

Animal complaint: A loose chicken was reported in the parking lot at Mills Fleet Farm, 1935 Levi Griffin Rd.

CHANHASSEN

DEC. 7

Medical: A 2-year-old boy swallowed liquid from a neon bracelet on the 9500 block of Washington Boulevard. It was determined it was only a small amount of liquid, so the boy was OK.

CHASKA

WEEK OF DEC. 16

Underage drinking: Officers responded to a home on Manuela Drive regarding a complaint of a juvenile drinking party. More than 35 juveniles and minor adults were present. Eighteen were cited for underage consumption, and the resident, a minor, was cited for violating the social host ordinance.

Assist public: Officers responded to a report of a woman locked out of her vehicle on Hwy. 41 and Crosstown Boulevard. Officers discovered that she was locked inside the vehicle, not outside. She told officers the vehicle’s battery was dead and she was unable to electronically unlock the doors. An officer advised her how to manually unlock the door and she was able to unlock it and exit the vehicle.

CORCORAN

DEC. 14

Drunken driving: An 18-year-old Greenfield woman was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving, possession of an open bottle, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of liquor by a person under 21 after she was stopped on County Roads 19 and 30.

EDINA

DEC. 21

Theft: Unattended shopping bags containing clothing, valued at $825, were stolen from Southdale Center.

DEC. 23

Drugs: Two boys, ages 16 and 17, were arrested for possession of marijuana after officers responded to a suspicious vehicle report on the 5500 block of McGuire Road.

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