The Lino Lakes Public Safety Department reported the following incidents:

• An officer took a theft from motor vehicle report in the 100 block of Century Trail Feb. 5. The investigation is ongoing.

• Officers responded to a three-vehicle crash in the area of Centerville Road and Ash Street Feb. 5. There were no reported injuries, and all vehicles were driven from the scene of the crash.

• Officers responded to a report of a domestic assault at a residence Feb. 5. A 58-year-old male was subsequently arrested for domestic assault and transported to jail.

• An officer received a call of suspicious activity where footprints were found in the caller’s yard in the 500 block of Lois Lane Feb. 6. Extra patrol was requested for the area.

• An officer was dispatched to a theft report in the 800 block of Lake Drive Feb. 6. The officer investigated and cited an adult male for theft.

• Officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation in the 900 block of Main Street Feb. 6. The driver was later arrested for second-degree DWI and on an active Washington County warrant.

• A local business employee turned in counterfeit currency to a police officer Feb. 6. The counterfeit note was found on the ground of a parking lot in the 500 block of Lilac Street. The note was forwarded to the local field office of the United States Secret Service for processing and investigation.

• An officer took a report of a property damage accident in which a vehicle struck a light pole in the area of Baldwin Lake Road and Woodridge Lane Feb. 6. The public works department and power company were notified of the damage.

• Officers responded to a call of a verbal domestic between a man and woman who have a child in common Feb. 6. The male was subsequently taken to detox for the evening.

• An officer stopped to check on a bus in the ditch in the area of 12th Avenue and Birch Street Feb. 7. The officer stood by until the bus was removed from the ditch.

• Officers responded to assist the State Patrol with several accidents in the 7600 block of I-35E Feb. 7. Officers assisted with traffic control until the accidents were cleared.

• The police and fire divisions responded to a multivehicle injury crash involving commercial vehicles on I-35E near the 80th Street overpass Feb. 7. Emergency personnel arrived and extricated one driver with possible injuries, who was transported by ambulance to an area hospital. No other occupants were transported by ambulance. Lino Lakes police and the State Patrol investigated the crash, which was a result of icy road conditions.

• Officers responded to a radio call of a plow truck on fire in the 6900 block of Lake Drive Feb. 7. Officers arrived and found the vehicle was unoccupied and fully engulfed in fire. Officers then assisted the fire division in extinguishing the fire upon their arrival.

• An officer responded to a complaint of snow knocked over on a resident’s driveway in the 1100 block of Main Street Feb. 8. The officer left a message for the complainant after receiving no answer.

• A community service officer received a report that someone had altered street signs in the 700 block of Main Street Feb. 8. The Anoka County Highway Department was advised of the incident in order to have it corrected.

• An officer received a call reporting a failure to pay for fuel at a gas station in the 7000 block of 21st Avenue Feb. 9. After investigating, the officer determined the vehicle involved was stolen.

• An officer stopped a vehicle for multiple lane violations in the 1900 block of I-35W Feb. 9. The 35-year-old male was subsequently arrested and booked into the Anoka County Jail for third-degree DWI and an open bottle violation.

• Officers responded to a personal injury accident involving two vehicles in the area of Hodgson Road and Ware Road Feb. 10. One driver was transported by ambulance to a local hospital, and both vehicles were towed from the scene.

•An officer responded to a report of damage caused by a snowmobile in the 70 block of Lilac Street Feb. 10. The investigation is ongoing.

• Officers responded to a rollover accident in the 8200 block of I-35E Feb. 11. The driver wasn’t injured.


The Centennial Lakes Police Department reported the following incidents:

• Police were dispatched to a theft from motor vehicle report in the 6900 block of Brian Drive in Centerville Feb. 6. There are no suspects at this time.

• Officers observed a vehicle without its lights on in the 9100 block of South Highway Drive in Lexington Feb. 7. The vehicle was stopped, and the driver was subsequently cited for driving after cancellation inimical to public safety.

• Officers were dispatched to a vehicle fire in the 300 block of Heritage Trail in Circle Pines Feb. 8. The Centennial Fire District was able to put out the fire without incident.

• A business on South Pine Drive in Circle Pines turned in a counterfeit bill Feb. 8.

• Officers were dispatched to the 7000 block of Centerville Road in Centerville Feb. 9 on report of a fight. Officers mediated the scene.

• Police were dispatched to Circle Pines Feb. 10 on report of a suicidal female. With the help of a Blaine Police Department K-9, police were able to locate the female. They determined that she was not suicidal.

• Officers conducted a traffic stop for expired registration in the area of Griggs Avenue and Restwood Road in Lexington Feb. 11. Upon talking to the driver, police located drug paraphernalia in plain view and subsequently searched the vehicle and found open containers.

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