OCT. 13

Burglary. A safe was reported stolen from a home on the 24200 block of London Street NE. There were no signs of forced entry.


OCT. 8

Traffic arrest. A 24-year-old male driver was arrested in the area of Larpenteur Avenue and Coffman Street for speeding along with violation of an instruction permit and open bottle.


OCT. 8

Suspicious activity. Officers responded to an apartment building on the 5700 block of East River Road NE. regarding gunfire and yelling. After investigating, it was found that the gunfire was a door slamming and an intoxicated girlfriend of a resident was being belligerent.

Domestic. Officers responded to the 5900 block of 2nd Street NE. regarding a possible domestic disturbance. Officers mediated a dispute between roommates about the cleanliness of the residence. Officers stood by as a female party packed her items and moved out.

OCT. 9

Theft. A woman from the 7300 block of Central Avenue NE. reported that her purse was stolen some time between Oct. 2 and Oct. 9 at an unknown address.


OCT. 3

Property damage. A male suspect was picked up and held in connection with damage to a gate at a business in the 1100 block of Hwy. 36.


OCT. 11

Theft. A set of knives and case, valued at $1,000, were reported stolen from a vehicle on the 7500 block of Groveland Road.

Theft. Two bowling balls were reported stolen from a vehicle on the 7600 block of Woodlawn Drive.


OCT. 2

DWI. A 39-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of fourth degree DWI after police found him asleep at the wheel of a parked car that was running in the 600 block of Old Hwy. 8

Theft. A man was arrested in the 100 block of Thorndale after reportedly fleeing a taxi cab without paying.


OCT. 8

Burglary. A jewelry box was reported stolen from a home on the 21800 block of Woodbine Street NW. Entry was gained by prying open the patio door.


OCT. 16

Public intoxication. Officers responded to Unofficial Bar and Grill, 3701 Stinson Blvd., regarding the removal of an intoxicated person. A 42-year-old woman, with a .401 alcohol concentration, was taken home. At her residence, she fell and hit her head. She was taken to the hospital by ambulance.


OCT. 2

Complaint. A man walking with his wife on the trails at Carver Lake Park, 3175 Century Av., reported almost being hit by a mountain biker. The man told an officer the biker didn’t stop to apologize or to see if they were OK. He also said bikers at the park have become increasingly rude and wanted the incident documented should additional complaints be made.

OCT. 3

Suspicious activity. A woman reported someone dressed as a clown standing in the roadway in the area of Setters Ridge Parkway and Brookview Road and then chasing her vehicle and screaming at her as she drove past.

OCT. 4

Suspicious activity. A letter stating “Watch out for the clowns” was reported found in a mailbox in the 2900 block of Frontier Drive.

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 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.