South metro police blotter
- May 7, 2013 - 4:12 PM
Motor vehicle theft. Three vehicles and a trailer were reported stolen on the 19200 block of Langford Avenue.
DWI. A 54-year-old Faribault man was arrested for DWI and refusal to submit to a chemical test near the intersection of Sunray Boulevard SW. and SW. Malcom Street.
Obstruction of the legal process. A 19-year-old Burnsville woman was arrested for providing false information to police and on a Hennepin County warrant. The arrest occurred in the 15000 block of Mystic Lake Boulevard NW.
DWI. A 20-year-old Prior Lake man was arrested for DWI, underage alcohol consumption and driving with a revoked license after a traffic stop for speeding near the intersection of S. Hwy. 13 and W. 152nd Street. The man’s blood-alcohol content was 0.15 percent, police said.
DWI. A 37-year-old Savage woman was arrested for DWI after a traffic stop for improper lane use near the intersection of W. 133rd Street and 133rd Place. The woman’s blood-alcohol content was 0.10 percent, police said.
Theft from motor vehicle. A digital camera, cellphone and cash valued at $725 were reported stolen from a vehicle on the 4600 block of Glendale Court.
DWI. A 31-year-old Montgomery, Minn., man was arrested for DWI and having an open bottle in a motor vehicle on the 4300 block of Blakewood Drive.
Disorderly conduct. A 68-year-old Hutchinson man was arrested for disorderly conduct at Canterbury Park, 1100 Canterbury Road S.
Warrant service. A 26-year-old Fertile, Minn., man was arrested on outstanding Norman County and Polk County warrants near the intersection of Canterbury Road S. and 17th Avenue E.
Motor vehicle theft. A vehicle was reported stolen on the 12600 block of Chestnut Boulevard.
Obstructing the legal process. A 33-year-old Burnsville man was arrested for possession of a fraudulent ID card, providing false information to police, having no Minnesota driver’s license and having no proof of insurance near the intersection of Canterbury Road NW. and NW. 140th Street.
Items are selected from police reports and are not intended to provide a comprehensive picture of crime in a neighborhood or community.
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