The Lino Lakes Public Safety Department reported the following incidents:

• An officer responded to an extra patrol request Nov. 13 to check a neighborhood in the 6700 block of Black Duck Drive for speeding vehicles. The officer did not observe any violations.

• Officers responded to the middle • school on report of a student in possession of drug paraphernalia Nov. 13. Charges were requested for possession of drug paraphernalia.

• Officers responded to a report of found counterfeit money in the 7500 block of Fourth Avenue Nov. 13. Officer arrived and photographed the fake bills.

• Officers responded to assist an outside agency with a vehicle that crashed in the 6600 block of I-35 E in Lino Lakes after a pursuit Nov. 14. Officers tracked the male suspect and later located him after finding he had unlawfully entered a Lino Lakes home and hid in the garage. The adult male suspect was arrested and booked into jail on numerous charges.

• An officer stopped a vehicle for multiple traffic violations in the 7500 block of Lake Drive Nov. 14 The adult driver was subsequently arrested for possession of a controlled substance and driving after revocation.

• Officers responded to a report of a possible theft in progress in the 200 block of Woodridge Lane Nov. 14. Officers arrived and determined unknown suspects took a toilet from a dumpster.

• Officers took a suspicious activity report involving an older Chevy pickup spotted on Hawk Ridge Circle Nov. 14. Officers were unable locate the vehicle but, through investigation efforts, officers identified two juvenile male suspects. The case is under investigation.

• Officers relocated an opossum that was in a garage in the 6600 block of Hokah Drive Nov. 15.

• An officer responded to a complaint of vehicles passing on the shoulder in the 7700 block of Lake Drive Nov. 15. Extra patrol was provided.

• Officers stopped a vehicle for an equipment violation in the 7900 block of Lake Drive Nov. 15. The driver was later cited for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

• An officer stopped a vehicle for driving conduct in the 7400 block of I-35E Nov. 16. The driver and passenger were both found to have outstanding warrants, so they were arrested and transported to jail. Citations were also issued for drug paraphernalia and a small amount of marijuana as well as driving without a valid license.

•An officer responded after a dead raccoon was reported dumped on the caller’s sidewalk in the 1400 block of Hawk Ridge Circle Nov. 16. The investigation is ongoing.

• Officers responded following a report of a verbal domestic to 7900 block of Lake Drive Nov. 16. Officers learned it was a civil dispute and gave each party involved options to resolve the issue.

• An officer stopped a vehicle for speeding in the 600 block of Main Street Nov. 17 and subsequently arrested the driver for DWI. The driver was cited and released to a family member.

• An officer responded to a gas theft report in the 7600 block of Lake Drive Nov. 17. The investigation is ongoing.

• An officer spoke to a caller from the 8200 block of Lake Drive Nov. 17 after the complainant discovered their vehicles had been rummaged through during nighttime hours. It was found that a handicap placard had been removed from one of the vehicles. The placard was entered as stolen and the case is ongoing.

• Officers responded to a report of juveniles ringing doorbells in the 6500 block of Lacasse Drive Nov. 17. Officers spoke to the complainant and checked the area. The investigation is ongoing.

• Officers responded to a report of an underage drinking party in the 700 block of Eagle Court Nov. 17. Four juveniles were cited for underage consumption.

• Officers responded to a noise complaint in the 7200 block of Savanna Court Nov. 18. A 34-year-old male was arrested for DWI and booked into the Anoka County Jail.

• An officer responded to a property damage accident in the 6300 block of I-35E Nov. 19. The officer determined one driver had minor injuries but refused treatment. The other driver was cited for failure to drive with due care. Both parties exchanged information, and a state accident report was completed.

• Officers responded to a local business regarding an assault in the 7500 block of Fourth Avenue Nov. 19. An adult male was subsequently arrested and booked into jail pending formal charges.

 

The Centennial Lakes Police Department reported the following incidents:

• Officers were dispatched to the 7200 block of Brian Drive in Centerville Nov. 14 on report of an injured animal, caused by another animal.

• Officers were dispatched to the 8800 8 block of Pascal Avenue in Lexington Nov. 14 on report of a stolen bicycle. Officers took information regarding two bicycles stolen from the property.

• Officers were dispatched to a delayed stolen vehicle report from the 8900 block of Lake Drive in Lexington Nov. 14. The vehicle was later recovered in another jurisdiction.

• Officers received a report of mail theft in the 50 block of West Road Nov. 15. No suspects.

• Officers were dispatched to the 40 block of Central Street in Circle Pines Nov. 15 on report of harassment. Officers advised the complainant of their options. No suspects.

• Officers responded to a possible burglary attempt of a business in the 9100 block of South Service Drive in Lexington Nov. 15. Police spoke to the business owner, who said an unknown suspect broke the lock and handle of a west side door, but no entry was gained. The estimated damage is $300.

• Police conducted a traffic stop in the 300 block of Civic Heights Drive in Circle Pines Nov. 18. A trace amount of narcotics was found.

• Theft from motor vehicle was reported in the 9300 block of Griggs Avenue in Lexington Nov. 18. The case is inactive pending leads.

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