MAY 29

Theft. Seven huskies were stolen from the back yard of a home on the 2900 block of 181st Avenue NW. A 45-year-old woman was arrested and the dogs were recovered.


Theft. Bicycles, left unattended, were stolen from Target, 2000 Bunker Lake Blvd. NW.


MAY 19

Burglary. Food and alcohol were stolen from a home on the 11600 block of Eldorado Street NW.

MAY 23

Theft. A cellphone was stolen after a woman put it down in the shoe department and forgot it at Target, 8600 Springbrook Drive NW.


MAY 22

Assist public. Officers unlocked a vehicle that was parked on the street and had a baby inside on the 600 block of Mississippi Street NE.

Civil dispute. Officers responded to N Style Nails, 53rd Avenue NE., regarding a dispute. A customer told officers she was upset with the manicure she received. The nail technician said the customer did not pay for a manicure, just a nail painting. It was explained to the customer this was a civil matter.

MAY 24

Animal complaint. Someone called police to report that a person was keeping a goat as a house pet at a home on 3rd Street NE. The resident admitted to having a goat in the home but said he was taking it to a farm later that day. The officer gave him a copy of the city code regarding livestock.

MAY 25

Illegal vehicle. Officers warned a man after he and his son were observed riding go-carts in the street on the 1000 block of 64th Avenue N.

Assist family. A woman called police because she wanted her 28-year-old daughter removed from her home because she continues to argue. The daughter was taken to her home in Minneapolis.


MAY 26

Burglary. Fishing equipment, valued at $2,000, was stolen from the garage of a home on the 5300 block of St. Stephen Street.

MAY 27

Theft. Cigarettes and lighters were stolen from an unlocked vehicle on the 5300 block of Clifton Drive.

Theft. A GPS unit and wallet were stolen from an unlocked vehicle on the 2100 block of Belle Lane.


MAY 16

Animal complaint. A man reported finding a dead, decomposed cat in a backpack in the swamp on the 14100 block of Tungsten Street NW.


MAY 17

Public intoxication. Officers responded to Chipotle, 2701 39th Av. NE., regarding a male passed out on the sidewalk. Officers helped the intoxicated man up and left him in the care of his wife.

Theft. Four tires and rims were missing from a vehicle parked in the Equinox Apartment parking lot on the 2500 block of Silver Lane. The vehicle was left on blocks.

Theft. A GPS unit was stolen from an unlocked vehicle on the 2800 block of Roosevelt Street.

MAY 18

Underage consumption. A 16-year-old male student was cited for underage consumption at St. Anthony High School, 3303 33rd Av. NE.

MAY 24

Public intoxication. A 24-year-old intoxicated man was taken to a detox facility after he was observed stumbling down the street on 38th Avenue and Stinson Boulevard.

Susan Hilliard • 612-673-7131

Items are selected from reports made to police departments and are not intended to provide a comprehensive picture of crime.