OCT. 26

Terroristic threats. A 14-year-old boy was arrested for terroristic threats at Minnetonka Middle School West, 6421 Hazeltine Blvd.


NOV. 3

Theft. A 2014 Ford Explorer was stolen from the 9300 block of Broadway Avenue NE. The keys had been left in the vehicle, which was unlocked.


OCT. 22

Theft. A cigar was stolen from a vehicle in the 5300 block of Oaklawn Avenue.


NOV. 5

Suspicious activity. An officer responded to a report of a man with a zip tie around his neck in the 4500 block of NE. Main Street. When the officer arrived, the 33-year-old man cut off the zip tie and said he was not suicidal, just making a Facebook Live show for his girlfriend.


OCT. 27

Suspicious activity. A resident in the 6000 block of 146th Street reported that someone may have broken into his home while he was asleep. A deputy checked the home and was unable to find evidence of a break-in. The complainant had been drinking and appeared to be under the influence of alcohol and was advised to get some sleep.

OCT. 31

Suspicious activity. Authorities pulled over a truck full of teenage boys in the area of Oneka Lake Boulevard and Geneva Avenue after receiving a report that they had said something that frightened a younger boy they had passed. The boys admitted saying something to the boy after, they said, he had flashed his middle finger at them. They said they didn’t threaten the boy but agreed that five of the older boys might have seemed scary to him. They were told to think about how their actions could be perceived by others.


WEEK OF OCT. 21-27

Theft. A wedding ring valued at $10,000 and $250 in cash were reported missing from the 19000 block of Iberis Avenue.

Theft. A gun was stolen from the 11000 block of 162nd Street.


NOV. 1

Disorderly conduct. A man was reported taking photos of people at a dog park in the 1800 block of Fulham Street. Police made contact with a 63-year-old man who was verbally confrontational and advised him to leave the area.


OCT. 22

Neighbor dispute. An officer responded to a report of a dispute between neighbors in the 9700 block of 106th Avenue. The officer mediated a disagreement over handling the leaves in their respective yards.


NOV. 2

Theft. A resident in the 1700 block of Desoto Street reported that a bicycle was stolen from his garage while he was raking in the yard. The complainant said his daughter saw a boy looking into their minivan in the driveway and yelled at him. The daughter said the boy then ran inside the garage, grabbed the bike and rode off.


OCT. 25

Underage consumption. Officers responded to a disturbance on Lakeview Drive and cited a 19-year-old St. Bonifacius woman for underage consumption of alcohol.

OCT. 26

Theft. Three golf carts valued at $12,000 were stolen from Burl Oaks Golf Club along North Arm Drive. A padlock on the carts was cut off.

NOV. 3

Theft. Fishing poles valued at $3,000 were stolen from a boat parked in the 400 block of County Road 110N.


OCT. 30

Burglary/stolen vehicle. A vehicle valued at $45,000 was stolen after someone broke into a home in the 1100 block of Silver Lake Road and found the keys to the vehicle.


NOV. 6

Theft. A Green Bay Packers blanket valued at $38 was stolen from Shakopee Dakota Convenience Store, 15035 Mystic Lake Dr.


NOV. 2

Drugs. A 28-year-old Savage man was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and hypodermic needles and driving after revocation of license following a traffic stop at Kwik Trip, 1522 Vierling Dr.


OCT. 31

Public assist. A deputy helped a man get his stuck wheelchair out of the mud in the 1800 block of Panama Avenue.


Susan Hilliard • 612-673-7131

John Wareham • 612-673-7759

An arrest or citation means police suspect a crime has occurred; they are allegations and still must go before a judge. Items are selected from reports made to police departments and are not intended to provide a comprehensive picture of crime.