SEPT. 24

Theft: A man from Excelsior was arrested on suspicion of theft, being a prohibited person in possession of a firearm and disorderly conduct in the 3700 block of Hickory Road.


SEPT. 16

Theft: An ATV was stolen from the 22800 block of Wagon Wheel Lane.


SEPT. 20

Underage consumption: An 18-year-old Edina man was cited for underage consumption and fleeing police on a bicycle after officers tried to stop him for an equipment violation.


SEPT. 21

Harassment: A female in the 100 block of Blake Road N. reported that a male was sending unwanted text messages. She was advised to block the number.


SEPT. 20

Suspicious activity: Officers responded to a home in the 1000 block of Budd Avenue regarding an unknown person trying to get in the front door. Officers found a 22-year-old intoxicated man. He was released to his mother.

SEPT. 22

Welfare check: Officers responded to a home in the 1800 block of Newport Street to check on the welfare of a parent who failed to meet a kindergarten child at the bus stop. The bus driver returned the 5-year-old girl to the school. The officer found the 24-year-old mother sleeping. She said her alarm did not wake her up. The case is under investigation.

SEPT. 23

Burglary: Officers responded to a business at 5000 Industrial St. regarding an alarm after business hours. A live video feed showed a suspect in the back fenced area carrying a package. Officers discovered it was a female employee carrying her lunch.


SEPT. 12

Assist public: Officers responded to the 7900 block of Wedgewood Lane regarding a child stuck in a car seat. Officers were able to get the child out of the seat.

SEPT. 13

Noise complaint: A citation for noise violation was issued to a resident in 18000 block of 95th Avenue after officers had to go to the home a second time. The resident had been warned earlier in the evening.

SEPT. 15

Animal complaint: Someone called police to report that a raccoon was inside the building on the 10000 block of 89th Avenue N. Officers found the raccoon was trapped in a cabinet and used a catch pole to capture it. It was released at a nearby park.

SEPT. 17

Weapon: Officers warned a resident of the city ordinance regarding weapons after shooting at squirrels with a BB gun on the 8500 block of Shadow Creek Drive.


SEPT. 21

Theft: An engagement ring and wedding band were stolen from a resident at Richfield Health Center, 7727 Portland Av. S.


SEPT. 22

Suspicious vehicle: Officers observed a suspicious vehicle parked in the school parking lot on Smithtown Road. A male was sitting in the back seat playing his guitar and writing music. He was there because he didn't want to wake his parents or neighbors.


SEPT. 23

Theft: Stereo equipment was stolen from a recreational vehicle in the 100 block of Riverside Terrace.

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.