Rollover. Police checked on a vehicle rollover in the area of 60th Street and Oakgreen Avenue. The vehicle had extensive damage and was unoccupied. Police contacted the owner who said he slid off the road the night before coming home from work. A tow truck had been ordered to remove the vehicle.
Suspicious activity. Police responded to a report of several parked vehicles in the 1200 block of 120th Street. Police determined the drivers were waiting for papers to be dropped off at a Star Tribune distribution center.
Animal concern. A goose with a broken wing was reported wandering around in the area of 60th Street and Lake Elmo Avenue. Police checked the area but were unable to locate the bird.
Traffic concern. Police received a report that the left-turn traffic light at the intersection of 10th Street and Inwood Avenue had been pushed by the wind and was difficult to see. Police notified the Lake Elmo public works department.
Mischief. Police responded to a report of juveniles banging on the window of a residence in the 10 block of Quehl Avenue. A neighbor of the complainant thought one of the children was hers and she apologized.
Stray dog. A white dog with black spots and purple spray paint on its back end was reported loose and harassing residents of a nursing home in the 100 block of Quail Avenue.
Police squad car accident. Police reported that a squad car hit a low-flying turkey on 170th Street near Ingersoll Avenue. The squad car sustained damage to the front end. The bird, which had stuck to the grill, was killed.
Disturbance. Someone in the 1100 block of Curve Crest Boulevard reported loud music coming from a neighbor's residence. The complainant stated it has been an ongoing issue.
Found rabbit. Police received a call about a golden brown rabbit that had been seen for several days in a yard in the 2900 block of Marine Circle. Police advised the caller to notify animal control the next time the rabbit was present.
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Driving complaint. A white Hyundai Sonata was reported to be tailgating another vehicle in the area of Manning Avenue and 12th Street. The complainant said the car would not pass when the car it was tailgating slowed down. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.
Threats. Someone in the 9100 block of Pinehurst Road reported receiving phone calls from a man demanding money and threatening to come over to the residence and chop off his head.
Property damage. Police responded to a report of damage to a post, mailbox and street sign in the 7500 block of Afton Road. The complainant reported hearing a collision and looking out her window to see a tan SUV strike a post in her yard. She also noticed her neighbor's mailbox and a street sign had been knocked over. Police were unable to locate the vehicle in the area.
Swindle. A man posing as an Xcel Energy employee told a resident in the 8700 block of Sequoia Road he was collecting deposits for a new type of energy in Woodbury. He told the homeowner she should have received a letter and asked for $200. She declined to give him any money. Xcel Energy confirmed that this was a common scam and said that its employees never take cash payments.
Items are selected from reports made to police departments and are not intended to provide a comprehensive picture of crime.