The Lino Lakes Public Safety Department reported the following incidents: 

• An officer stopped for a motorist aid in the 7900 block of I-35E Oct. 16. An adult male was subsequently arrested for a warrant and drug charge.

• Officers received a phone call regarding package theft in the 700 block of Town Center Parkway Oct. 16. Officers continue to investigate the case.

• Officers arrested an adult female in the 300 block of Elm Street Oct. 16 for third-degree controlled substance DWI.

• An officer responded to a neighbor dispute  in the 7700 block of Marilyn Drive Oct. 16 regarding a homeowner mowing on the neighbor’s property. Options were discussed.

• An officer responded to a neighbor dispute in the 6700 block of East Shadow Lake Drive Oct 16. Part of the complainant's tree was cut down by a company hired by a neighboring resident without notice or consent of the complainant.

• Officers conducted alcohol compliance checks Oct. 16. All of the establishments in Lino Lakes passed the compliance checks.

• An officer responded to a two vehicle property damage accident involving a school bus at the intersection of Hodgson Road and Ash Street Oct. 17. No injuries were reported and one vehicle was towed from the scene. 

•Officers responded to a radio call of a homicidal and suicidal juvenile female Oct. 17. The female was transported to the hospital by ambulance and charged with making threats of violence. 

• An officer took a vehicle theft report from the 6000 block of Hodgson Road Oct. 17. The investigation is ongoing.

• Officers were dispatched to a call of juveniles ringing door bells and running off in the 6700 block of Clearwater Creek Drive Oct. 17. An officer checked the area and wasn't able to locate the juveniles.

• An officer took a phone call report involving a theft from motor vehicle in the 1300 block of Timberwolf Trail Oct. 18. The investigation is ongoing.

• Officers responded for a two vehicle personal injury accident in the 7300 block of Lake Drive Oct. 18. Officers arrived and gave care to the victim. Both vehicles sustained heavy damage and were towed from the accident location.

• Officers responded to a call from a homeowner who reported a male passed out in his yard in the 6800 block of Rustic Lane Oct. 19. The male was transported to Mercy Hospital by ambulance. 

• An officer responded to a welfare check regarding a male sitting on the ground on the side of the road in the 6100 block of Bald Eagle Boulevard Oct. 19. The male claimed to have broken his ankle and was transported to the hospital by ambulance.

• Officers responded to a complaint of people smoking marijuana in the 7000 block of Sunrise Drive Oct. 19. One male at the location was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia. 

• An officer responded to a call regarding a dog bite in the 6500 block of Ware Road Oct. 20. 

• Officers assisted the State Patrol with a perimeter for a male who fled from a trooper in the area of I-35E and 80th Street E Oct. 20.

• An officer responded to the report of a possible sick raccoon in the 2200 block of Foxtail Court Oct. 21. The raccoon did not have any obvious signs of illness and was moved away from the residence.

• Officers took a theft from motor vehicle report from the 2300 block of Tart Lake Road Oct. 21. There is no suspect information at this time.


The Centennial Lakes Police Department reported the following incidents: 

• An officer responded to the 3800 block of Lovell Road in Lexington Oct. 17 to assist a community service officer with a male who was complaining about traffic. The officer arrived and spoke to the male who was uncooperative, angry and refused to give his information before leaving. 

• Police responded to a phone call theft report in the 100 block of South Drive in Circle Pines Oct. 17. The caller advised an unknown suspect removed the front license plate and was now committing crimes with it. The plate was entered as stolen. 

• Police spoke to a resident from the 9500 block of Dunlap Avenue in Lexington Oct. 18 who said fraudulent purchases were made on his wife's credit card. Officers gathered information and advised the male to report the case to his financial institution. 

• Officers responded to the 0 block of Pine Drive in Circle Pines for a theft report Oct. 18. Unknown suspects broke into a locked trailer at a construction site, taking several power tools. The estimated loss is $5,000. 

• An officer responded to a report of a suspicious person in the 1800 block of Main Street in Centerville Oct. 18. Officers eventually identified and located a male and advised him of his inappropriate activity. 

• A business in the 7100 block of 21st Avenue in Centerville turned over a counterfeit bill Oct. 19. 

• Officers responded to a motor vehicle theft report in the 3800 block of Edith Lane in Lexington Oct. 19. The caller advised his 1991 Chevy Silverado was taken without his permission. There are no suspects at this time. 

• An officer conducted a traffic stop on a  moped for failing to stop in the area of Restwood Road and Albert Avenue in Lexington Oct. 19. The moped was found to be unregistered and was towed from the scene. 

• Police conducted a traffic stop in the area of Lake Drive and Restwood Road in Lexington Oct. 20. A female driver was subsequently arrested for fourth-degree DWI. 

• Police responded to the 9000 block of South Service Drive in Lexington Oct. 20 on report of a fight. Police along with two males who were involved in the incident determined no charges would be filed. 

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