South metro police blotter
- November 27, 2012 - 7:03 AM
DWI. An adult woman was arrested for DWI following a traffic stop for a driving violation near the intersection of Hwy. 169 and W. 2nd Street.
DWI. An adult man was arrested for DWI after a traffic stop for a driving violation near the intersection for Hwy. 169 and Delaware Avenue.
Theft from vehicle. Tools valued at $3,000 were reported stolen from a utility truck at a business on the 600 block of W. 2nd Street.
Theft. A Sony video camera and 19-inch LED television was reported stolen from St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, 313 E. 2nd St.
DWI. An adult man was arrested for DWI, having an open bottle in a motor vehicle and having no proof of insurance after a traffic stop for speeding near the intersection of Hwy. 169 and Broadway Street.
Burglary. Items totaling $380 were reported stolen from a storage shed at Twin City Brick, 8035 W. 125th St.
Disturbing the peace. A 26-year-old Burnsville man was arrested for violating a no-contact order, a car seat violation and for having no proof of insurance after a traffic stop for speeding near the intersection of Hwy. 13 and Lynn Avenue S.
Theft from vehicle. A bag and impact wrench valued at $353 were reported stolen from an unlocked vehicle on the 4300 block of McColl Drive.
Theft. A trailer and scrap metal were reported stolen from a business on the 8200 block of W. 125th Street. The trailer was recovered at a nearby business without the scrap metal.
Theft. Two catalytic converters valued at $800 were reported stolen from vehicles parked outside Mobile Essences, 8545 Hwy. 101.
DWI. A 44-year-old Prior Lake man was arrested for DWI, driving with a revoked license and an outstanding Scott County warrant after a traffic stop for speeding near the intersection of W. Hwy. 13 and Vernon Avenue S.
Motor vehicle theft. A semi truck/trailer was reported stolen from a business in Savage. The case is under investigation.
Items are selected from police reports and are not intended to provide a comprehensive picture of crime.
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