The Lino Lakes Public Safety Department responded to the following incidents:

• An officer received a mail and identity theft report from a resident in the 7900 block of Nancy Drive Feb. 26. Upon investigation, an adult female was arrested for mail theft, damage to property and identity theft. An adult male was also arrested on an outstanding warrant. Both were booked into the Anoka County Jail.

• Officers responded to assist the Centennial Lakes Police Department with a gun-involved threat report in the 7000 block of Centerville Road Feb. 26. Officers stood by while the incident was investigated.

• An officer responded to a report of vandalism and possible damage to property in the 1500 block of Osprey Court Feb. 27. The incident is under investigations.

• Officers responded to a report of a two-vehicle property damage accident in the 7700 block of Carole Drive Feb. 27. Officers issued a female passenger a citation for a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

• Officers located a stolen vehicle with two occupants driving near Apollo Drive and Fourth Avenue Feb. 28. The occupants were detained, and the driver was subsequently arrested for receiving stolen property.

• Officers and fighters responded to a vehicle fire in the 900 block of I-35W March 1. Fire fighters extinguished the fire and the vehicle had to be towed from the scene.

• A community service officer and multiple other officers responded to a report of several horses running loose in the 1500 block of East Holly Drive March 1. All of the animals were returned home.

• Officers received a call regarding harassing phone calls March 2. Officers spoke to the two juveniles responsible for the calls and advised them of the dangers of their actions. The juveniles’ parents were made aware of the situation.

• Officers responded to a report of a stolen vehicle in the 7800 block of Gotland Lane March 3. The vehicle was not located; however, a separate stolen vehicle was left at the scene. The incident is currently under investigation.

• Officers stopped a vehicle for several violations in the 6200 block of Otter Lake Road March 3. An adult male was cited for no proof of insurance, driving after revocation, driving after suspension and expired registration.

• Officers responded to a property damage crash involving two vehicles in the 6600 block of Sherman Lake Road March 3. There were no injuries and a juvenile female was cited for failing to drive with due care.

• An officer stopped a vehicle for speeding in the 8000 block of I-35E March 3. The driver was subsequently cited for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

 

The Centennial Lakes Police Department responded to the following incidents:

• Officers were dispatched to the 9000 block of South Highway Drive in Lexington Feb. 27 on a report of two people fighting. Officers arrived on scene and spoke with a victim.

• Officers were dispatched to a delayed theft report in the 3800 block of Minuteman Lane in Lexington Feb. 27. The case is pending.

• Officers were advised of an assault that occurred in Centerville Feb. 28. There are no formal charges at this time.

• Police were dispatched to a bicycle theft report made via phone in the 9100 block of Jackson Avenue in Lexington Feb. 28. Information was collected.

• Officers responded to the 0 block of South Pine Drive in Circle Pines March 1 on a counterfeit currency report. After speaking with an employee, police learned a counterfeit bill came through a night deposit from a local business. There are no suspects, and the estimated loss is $5.

• Police received an anonymous complaint for a welfare check on a male on Village Parkway in Circle Pines March 2. A male was subsequently transported to jail on an outstanding warrant.

• A business in the 92000 block of Lexington Avenue in Circle Pines reported a theft March 2. A suspect was subsequently identified and charged.

• Officers were dispatched to a report of a dog bite in the 1800 block of Main Street in Centerville March 5. Officers spoke with the owner of the dog regarding quarantine requirements and information was sent to community service officers for follow-up.

• Police encountered a suspicious male in Memorial Park in Lexington March 5. The male was subsequently arrested on an outstanding warrant.

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