Sunday, Aug. 13
A St Bonifacius male motorist was stopped on Trista Lane and was cited for driving after suspension and failing to update his driver’s license.
Officers responded to a call of a damaged power pole and wires down on Game Farm Road. An unoccupied vehicle was found in the ditch. A 20-year-old male then walked up and reported he had come around the corner too fast, causing him to drive off the road several hours ago. He was not injured. He was cited for Not a Drop.
Vandalism was reported to a home in the 3700 block of Fox Trail.
A 24-year-old Minnetrista male was stopped for making an illegal turn on Main Street and was arrested for DUI.
Monday, Aug. 14
A 23-year-old female was stopped for driving violations on Highway 7 and was found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana.
Tuesday, Aug. 15
A motorist on County Road 110N slowed to turn and was struck from behind by a Chaska male driver who was cited for failing to drive with due care.
An 18-year-old female was taken into custody at her home in St Boni on an outstanding felony warrant.
Wednesday, Aug. 16
Officers responded to a 911 hang-up call in the 3400 block of County Road 44. It was found to be a vacant home under construction. There was no emergency.
An electrical control box for a sprinkler system started to spark along North Arm Drive, causing a 6-foot area of grass to burn before it was extinguished by officers.
Officers assisted an adult male who fell in his home in St. Boni.
A call was received of a dirt bike being driven on Woodland Curve.
A civil matter was reported on Merganser Drive.
Thursday, Aug. 17
The theft of a purse from a vehicle was reported along Sunnybrook Circle.
The theft of a laptop from a vehicle was reported along County Road 110W.
The theft of a laptop and personal paperwork from a vehicle was reported along Sunnybrook Circle.
Officers responded to a report of a suspicious male along Williams Lane. The male was located and the situation was resolved.
A 29-year-old Plymouth male was stopped for driving violations on Hwy 7 and was found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
A fraud report was received from Crane Island Court. Someone had used the owners’ credit cards without their permission.
Friday, Aug. 18
Two men were injured when they fell 20 feet off scaffolding while working on siding at a home on Eastview Avenue.
A suspicious vehicle was reported on Walnut Road.
An officer assisted corralling three mini horses on County Roads 110 and 26.