Dakota County police blotter

  • February 16, 2013 - 4:29 PM


JAN. 28

Burglary. A forced entry burglary was reported on the 5000 block of W. 147th Street.

JAN. 29

Assault. An adult was arrested for domestic assault and false imprisonment on the 7700 block of Whitney Drive.

FEB. 2

Burglary. A burglary was reported on the 13500 block of Lower Elkwood Court.

Burglary. A burglary was reported on the 5200 block of 142nd Path W.


JAN. 30

Motor vehicle theft. A 25-year-old Burnsville woman was arrested for motor vehicle theft and reckless driving.

Drug activity. A 29-year-old Bloomington man was arrested for theft and possession of a controlled substance.

DWI. A 27-year-old Burnsville man was arrested for DWI, reckless driving and being involved in a hit-and-ruin property damage accident.

FEB. 3

DWI. A 32-year-old Minnetonka man was arrested for DWI, criminal vehicular operation and driving with a restricted license after a traffic stop for failing to obey a traffic control device.


FEB. 8

Fraud. A former ProAct Inc. employee used a company credit card to make a personal purchase for $1,394 from Sam's Club prior to being fired from the company.

Burglary. A burglary was reported at the Asian Food Market, 2105 Cliff Road. Two male suspects pried open a door, smashed the cash registers and took $300.


FEB. 1

DWI. An adult was arrested for DWI on the 200 block of 3rd Street.

FEB. 4

Burglary. A burglary was reported on the 300 block of Spruce Street.

FEB. 7

Assault. A juvenile was arrested for assault on the 19100 block of Euclid Path.


FEB. 7

Drug activity. A 14-year-old Rosemount boy was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia on the 3300 block of W. 142nd Street.

FEB. 9

Disorderly conduct. A Rosemount man, 19, was arrested for disorderly conduct on the 2900 block of W. 146th Street.

FEB. 10

DWI. A 25-year-old Farmington man was arrested for DWI near the intersection of W. 145th Street and Robert Trail S.

Items are selected from police reports and are not intended to provide a comprehensive picture of crime.

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