Sinking boat. Police responded to a report of a sinking boat in the St. Croix River near milepoint 9.5. Police found a sunken Minnesota watercraft hitched to a dock on the Wisconsin side of the river, leaking fuel. Police were unable to contact the registered owner. The St. Croix County Sheriff's Office was contacted to follow up on the situation.
DWI. Police pulled over a vehicle that was being driven erratically ahead of them in the area of St. Croix Trail and 5th Street. The driver, a 34-year-old man, was arrested for 2nd degree DWI and driving with a revoked license.
Harassing communications. A 72-year-old man in the 6200 block of 10th Street reported receiving two phone calls from an unknown location informing him he'd won $3 million. Both times the man rejected the calls as a scam and then was sworn at.
Disturbance. Police arrived at a home in the 3800 block of Granada Way, where a resident said an intoxicated woman had come to the house and swore at her and threatened her. The suspect, who police said smelled heavily of alcohol and mouthwash, denied the allegations. She was issued a citation for disorderly conduct.
Disturbance. Police were called to a residence in the 6100 block of 40th Street on a report of loud music. Police spoke with a resident who stated the family was celebrating the recent birth of a child. The resident agreed to quiet down the party.
Public assistance. Police helped rescue a cat trapped in a sewer in the area of 15th Street and Hydram Avenue. They lifted a grate and helped coax it out.
Noise complaint. Police responded to a report of a loud party in the 7700 block of 66th Street. Police advised people at the residence to turn the music off.
Garbage container violation. Police sent a violation notice and a copy of the garbage container ordinance to a residence in the 700 block of Green Twig Way after receiving a report of a container left in view of the neighborhood.
DWI. A woman picking up her husband who had been arrested for DWI the previous night was arrested herself for DWI after being told she would not be allowed to take him home. The woman tested at the jail, where she registered a .15 on the breath test, police said. She was told that her husband would not be released to her because she shouldn't drive. She did anyway and was picked up at 4th and Churchill streets.
Suspicious activity. Police received a report of 21 vehicles coming to an address in the 100 block of Penway Road in the course of one day. The complainant was concerned about traffic in the area and requested an extra police patrol.
Malicious mischief. Police noticed spaghetti noodles had been thrown on the garage of a residence in the 3200 block of Juliet Avenue. Police had received other reports of similar incidents in the area.
Watering violation. Police observed a home in the 3700 block of Smithfield Curve with its water sprinklers active. Police spoke with someone there who said they thought the sprinkling ban had ended. A citation was issued.
Items are selected from reports made to police departments and are not intended to provide a comprehensive picture of crime.