The Lino Lakes Public Safety Department reported the following incidents: 

• Officers received a report of a coyote in a residential area in the 100 block of Ash Street June 18. The officers provided the complainant information about coyotes and instructed them to stay a safe distance away. 

• Officers responded to a burglary in the 8100 block of West Rondeau Lake Road June 18. The investigation is ongoing. 

• Officers responded to a driving complaint for a possible intoxicated driver in the 600 block of Apollo Drive June 19. Officers arrived on scene and arrested the driver for DWI and transported them to jail to await formal charges.

• Officers responded to a report of a female screaming for help June 19. Officers located the female and found she was involved in a verbal domestic. Officers mediated the situation, and the parties separated for the night.

• A resident in the 8000 block of 20th Avenue found a suspicious item while excavating in their yard June 20. The item was collected by an officer determined not to be concerning.

• A resident in the 8000 block of Oak Lane contained three baby raccoons after they were almost hit by a vehicle June 22. The resident brought the raccoons to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.

• An officer stopped a vehicle for excessive speed and unsafe driving conduct in the 1400 block of I-35W June 21. The adult male driver was cited for driving after revocation and failure to drive with due care. 

• Officers responded to a personal injury crash involving three vehicles in the area of Lake Drive and Hodgson Road June 21. An adult male was transported to the hospital via ambulance, and an adult female was cited with careless driving.

• An officer received a complaint of a family taking turtle eggs from a park in the 500 block of Aqua Lane June 21. The officer transferred the case to the DNR, which is investigating the incident.

• Officers responded to a report of shots heard in the 900 block of Orange Street June 22. Officers checked the area and learned fireworks had been set off.

• Officers responded to a report of three juveniles that ran from the Anoka County non-secure facility June 23. Officers were unable to locate the juveniles, and they were entered as runaways with dispatch. The juveniles were later located in other cities.

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