OCT. 25

Robbery: Two women were walking on the north side of Anderson Lakes Parkway when they were approached by two males demanding money. The suspects stole a purse and fled on foot. The victims suffered minor injuries.


OCT. 14

Theft: A cash box was stolen from a produce stand in the 20500 block of County Road 10.

OCT. 15

Disturbance: Officers responded to a home in the 23800 block of Pioneer Trail regarding reports of neighbors screaming. Officers spoke with the homeowner, who was upset because their son scraped the top of a truck on the garage door. The son had left the home.


OCT. 27

Lost animal: Someone from the 100 block of Meadowbrook Road reported losing a pigeon.


OCT. 26

Theft: Several thefts from autos occurred at an apartment complex on the 8200 block of Main Street. The male suspect was seen on video surveillance.


OCT. 19

Theft: A Kubota RTV500 ATV valued at $10,000 was stolen from the 2100 block of Willow Drive.

OCT. 21

Suspicious activity: Someone called police to report two people were having sex in the back seat of a vehicle in the 3200 block of Mill Drive. Officers found a male and female lying in the back seat but did not observe inappropriate behavior. The couple told officers they had not seen each other in a while and were just talking.


OCT. 14

Theft: A 32-year-old Brooklyn Center man was cited for stealing a charity jar of money from SuperAmerica, 2913 66th St. W. Estimated loss was $7.55.

Theft: A 38-year-old St. Paul man was cited for stealing a bottle of vodka valued at $12.61 from the Richfield Liquor Store, 6600 Cedar Av. S.

OCT. 15

Driving violation: A 38-year-old Bloomington man was cited for driving with a revoked license following a traffic stop at 78th Street E. and Bloomington Avenue S. The passenger, a 32-year-old woman, was arrested for possession of methamphetamine.

OCT. 18

Weapon: Officers retrieved a handgun that had been found in the restroom of Menards, 7701 Nicollet Av. S.


OCT. 17

Suspicious activity: Officers responded to Smithtown Road regarding two females going through mailboxes. Officers learned that they were checking their own mailboxes.