JORDAN

JULY 3

Animal control. A dozen horses were reported loose in the 17500 block of Murphy Lake Boulevard.

PRIOR LAKE

JULY 3

Theft. Wheel spinners valued at $6,000 were reported stolen from a resident in the 3800 block of NW. Marsh Street.

JULY 4

DWI. A 26-year-old Prairieville, La., man was arrested for DWI and refusal to submit to a chemical test near the intersection of Mystic Lake Drive NW. and Credit Union Drive NW.

JULY 5

DWI. A 20-year-old Evans, Wash., man was arrested for DWI near the intersection of Wind Song Circle NE. and Eagle Creek Avenue NE.

JULY 6

Property damage. A mail box was reportedly blown up by a homemade explosive in the 3400 block of W. 173rd Street.

Warrant service. A 26-year-old South Range, Wis., man was arrested on an outstanding Itasca County warrant and a 28-year-old Prior Lake woman was arrested on an outstanding Scott County warrant near Mystic Lake Drive NW. and Mystic Lake Boulevard NW.

Drug activity. A 19-year-old Roseville man was arrested for possession of a controlled substance at Mystic Lake Casino, 2400 Mystic Lake Blvd. NW.

JULY 7

Domestic assault. A 36-year-old Mountain Lake, Minn., man was arrested for domestic assault and possession of methampetamine at Mystic Lake Casino, 2400 Mystic Lake Blvd. NW.

Theft. An amp and speakers valued at $575 were stolen from an unlocked vehicle in a garage in the 3800 block of Raspberry Ridge Road NW.

JULY 10

Drug activity. A 30-year-old Mound woman was arrested for possession of prescription drugs and a 30-year-old Minneapolis man was arrested on an outstanding Hennepin County warrant at Mystic Lake Casino, 2400 Mystic Lake Blvd. NW.

SAVAGE

JULY 3

DWI. A 22-year-old St. Paul woman was arrested for DWI, driving with a suspended license and failure to change a name on a driver's license within 30 days near the intersection of W. 123rd Street and Lynn Avenue S. The woman's blood-alcohol content was 0.19, police said.

Theft. The theft of a ring valued at $1,780 from a Savage business was reported in the 8630 Carriage Hill Road.

JULY 5

Burglary. Charges are pending for burglary and property damage against a 47-year-old man who allegedly forced his way into an apartment in the 4100 block of W. 126th Street.

JULY 7

DWI. A 72-year-old Cohasset, Minn., man was arrested for DWI and having an open bottle in a motor vehicle after officers responded to a report of a man slumped in a vehicle at Save Community Park, 13550 Dakota Av. S. The man's blood-alcohol content was 0.31, police said.

SHAKOPEE

JULY 5

DWI. A 30-year-old Chanhassen woman was arrested for DWI and for having an open bottle in a vehicle in the 100 block of Valleyfair Drive S.

DWI. A 39-year-old Shakopee man was arrested for DWI, driving with a suspended license and a child restraint violation near the intersection of Vierling Drive E. and South Spencer Street.

Warrant service. A 42-year-old St. Paul man was arrested for outstanding Hennepin and Dakota County warrants in the 3900 block of Eagle Creek Boulevard.

JULY 7

Property damage. A 22-year-old St. Paul man was arrested for criminal property damage, obstruction of justice with force and fleeing a police officer in the 2900 block of Sakpe Circle.

Property damage. A mail box was reportedly blown up by a homemade explosive in the 13600 block of Stonebrooke Curve.

JULY 8

Domestic assault. A 20-year-old Shakopee man was arrested for domestic assault and criminal property damage in the 1000 block of Juniper Court.

DWI. A 36-year-old Chanhassen man was arrested for DWI in the 100 block of N. Lewis Street.

JULY 9

DWI. A 31-year-old Burnsville man was arrested for DWI and driving with a revoked license near the intersection of S. Spencer Street and 17th Avenue E.

JULY 10

Obstruction of justice. A 19-year-old Bloomington man was arrested for obstruction of justice with force, fleeing a police officer and providing false information to police in the 1100 block of Ruby Lane.

WEBSTER

JULY 4

Animal control. Cows were reported loose and in the road near the intersection of Texas Avenue and Texas Circle.

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