Theft. Scrap steel was stolen from a business recycling dumpster located on the 1500 block of 93rd Lane NE.
Animal complaint. A man from National Street NE. reported that the neighbor’s dogs were in his yard barking and attempting to get into his chicken coop. One dog caught a chicken and dragged it into the woods. It later died. No charges were filed and the neighbor apologized.
Theft. Electronics were stolen from a vehicle on the 1100 block of Heard Avenue.
Burglary. Appliances were stolen from a home on the 11600 block of Idaho Avenue.
Theft. Electronics were stolen from Jackson Middle School, 6000 109th Av. N.
Theft. Plants were stolen from the yard of a home on the 800 block of Cartway Road.
Theft. A cellphone was stolen after a woman left it on top of a toilet at Old Country Buffet, 3580 Main St. NW.
Theft. A 1994 Toyota Corolla was stolen from a driveway on the 10100 block of Quince Street NW.
Theft. Copper piping was stolen from Abiding Savior Lutheran Church, 8211 Red Oak Dr.
Underage drinking. A 15-year-old boy was cited for underage consumption on Pinewood Drive and Quincy Street.
Disorderly conduct. Two Mounds View women, ages 26 and 28, were cited for disorderly conduct after a disturbance on Silver Lake Road NW.
Arson. An officer extinguished a fire on the merry-go-round at Silver View Park, 2700 Cty. Rd. I.
Terroristic threats. A 33-year-old Minneapolis man was arrested for alleged terroristic threats after a report of harassment at an apartment on the 2600 block of County Road I.
Theft. A 1999 Honda Civic was stolen from the 22100 block of St. Francis Boulevard NW. They keys were left in the vehicle.
Burglary. Officers responded to a home on Iodine Street NW. regarding a possible burglary in progress. A woman heard someone open the front door and could hear them inside in the bathroom. Officers searched the home and yard, finding no problems. The sound may have been from the rainstorm or music at the neighbor’s house.
Burglary. A couple reported someone entered their apartment on the 7700 block of Sunwood Drive and drank a bottle of whiskey, ate cheese cake and goat cheese. They could not find anything missing or signs of forced entry.
Susan Hilliard • 612-673-7131
Items are selected from reports made to police departments and are not intended to provide a comprehensive picture of crime.