The Lino Lakes Public Safety Department reported the following incidents:

• An officer received a call of a suspicious person in the 6000 block of Oakwood Lane Nov. 27. The officer arrived and was unable to locate the party. The officer later determined the suspicious person was from the Anoka County Assessor's Office.

• Officers responded to a fire in the laundry room of a school in the 300 block of Elm Street Nov. 27. The fire was put out before police and the fire department arrived on scene. The fire department ventilated the school and there were no injuries.

• Officers responded to a call of a personal injury accident in the 500 block of I-35W Nov. 28. Upon arrival, it was found the driver was not injured, but there was substantial damage to the vehicle. The State Patrol handled the crash report.

• An officer responded to a radio call of a hit-and-run property damage accident in the 700 block of Town Center Parkway Nov. 28. The officer responded and observed moderate damage to the vehicle in the parking lot. Follow-up will be conducted to gather suspect information.

• Officers were dispatched to respond to a delayed criminal sexual conduct complaint that occurred in the city Nov. 28. The investigation is ongoing.

• Officers responded to a radio call of a detached garage fire in the 6200 block of Red Maple Lane Nov. 28. Officers responded along with the fire division and neighboring fire departments. Officers found the fire was in a chicken coop next to a detached garage and the fire was extinguished before the fire spread to the garage.

• Officers responded to a report of a brother/sister physical domestic in the city Nov. 28. The victim, who had been assaulted, was evaluated by ambulance staff but declined to be transported. The suspect had left the scene but was later located, arrested and transported to jail.

• An officer received a call of found mail from the 6400 block of Sherman Lake Road Nov. 29. The officer determined all of the mail was from Centerville, so it was turned over to the Centennial Lakes Police Department.

• An officer responded to a damage to property report in the 6700 block of Clearwater Creek Drive Nov. 29. The officer learned an unknown person(s) had cut several strings of lights in the complainant's backyard. The case is under investigation.

• An officer responded to a call of a theft of mail from a mailbox in the 400 block of Arrowhead Drive Nov. 29. The incident is under investigation.

• An officer responded to a delayed assault report that had occurred on a school bus between several middle school and high school students Nov. 29. The incident is under investigation.

• An officer responded to an accident in the 2100 block of Main Street Nov. 29. The accident involved a semitruck and passenger car. No one was injured. Due to extensive damage, the passenger car had to be towed from the scene.

• An officer received a phone call from a resident in the 100 block of White Pine Road Nov. 30. The resident reported someone had knocked on their door overnight around 3:30 a.m. The caller said there was nobody at the door, but they did see footprints in the snow. The caller said nothing appeared to be disturbed and they were asked to call immediately if this happened again.

• An officer took a report of theft from a vehicle which had been parked in the driveway of a residence in the 800 block of Orange Street overnight Nov. 30. Loose change was stolen. The investigation is ongoing.

• Officers responded to an assisted living facility in the 700 block of Town Center Parkway on a request to check the welfare of an elderly female resident who reported Nov. 30 there were people living in her walls. The female appeared to be in good health and was being cared for by staff.

• Officers responded to a report of a snowmobile driving recklessly in a residential area near 100 Woodridge Lane Dec. 2. Officers spoke to the driver of the snowmobile and informed him of city ordinances.

The Centennial Lakes Police Department reported the following incidents:

• Officers responded to the 9000 block of South Highway Drive in Lexington Dec. 1 regarding an assault in progress. Neither party wanted to press charges and both parties parted ways. There were no injuries.

• Officers were dispatched to the 0 block of Pine Drive N in Circle Pines Dec. 1 on report of a terroristic threat. Officers attempted to contact the suspect.

• A public works employee reported an intoxicated male in the 9000 block of South Highway Drive in Lexington Dec. 2. The male was transported to the hospital to be treated for facial injuries.

• A male from the 8800 block of Hamline Avenue in Lexington reported his vehicle tire was slashed by an acquaintance. A male suspect will be charged for misdemeanor criminal damage to property.

• Officers were dispatched to the 7000 block of Centerville Road Dec. 4 for a delayed report of mail theft. The report was forwarded to investigations. The case is open pending suspect identification.

• Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of Village Parkway in Circle Pines Nov. 28 for a report of a stolen vehicle. There are no suspects, and the case is open.

• Suspicious activity was reported in the 67-- block of Beaver Pond Way in Circle Pines. It was determined that several mailboxes were opened and gone through in the area overnight.

• An adult male was warned for disorderly conduct in the 7200 block of Centerville Road Nov. 30.

• A burglary of a garage occurred in the 8900 block of North Highway Drive in Circle Pines Nov. 30. There are no suspects.

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