Theft. A person in the 2400 block of 121st Circle NE. reported that a delivery driver had delivered pizza to the wrong house.
Assault. A 21-year-old man was taken to the hospital after he was stabbed during a drug deal in the 4100 block of Ball Road NE.
Theft. A snowmobile was stolen from the 23700 block of University Avenue NW. The keys had been left in it.
Recovered stolen property. Police checking on a trailer parked in the 1700 block of Fry Street discovered that it had been stolen in Roseville, and contacted the owner.
Civil. A man in the 200 block of 57th Avenue NE. called police because he was upset that his vehicle was being repossessed. He was advised it was a civil matter.
Suspicious activity. A vehicle driving back and forth on a dead-end street was reported in the 9000 block of 96th Street. It turned out to be a local resident looking for a lost dog.
Theft. A fence was cut and an all-terrain vehicle stolen from the 3000 block of 166th Lane NE.
Suspicious activity. Police responding to a report of a suspicious vehicle in the 1900 block of Lee Street cited a man for violating the conditions of his limited driver’s license.
Warrant. A 30-year-old woman was arrested on a felony warrant for drugs out of Hennepin County at McDonald’s, 2201 County Rd. 10.
Theft. A battery and passenger door were taken from a vehicle parked in the 800 block of County Rd. D.
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Animal concern. A dog was reported to have fallen through the ice on a pond near Neal Avenue and 4th Street. By the time authorities arrived, a passerby had helped rescue the dog.
Suspicious activity. Four juveniles were seen going in and out of the smoking areas of a clinic in the 6000 block of Hudson Road. The complainant told police that the juveniles were advised not to pick up cigarette butts there due to the number of clients who have hepatitis C. Police were unable to locate the youths.
John Wareham • 612-673-7759
and Susan Hilliard • 612-673-7131
An arrest or citation means police suspect a crime has occurred; they are allegations. Items are selected from reports made to police departments and are not intended to provide a comprehensive picture of crime.