The Lino Lakes Public Safety Department reported the following incidents: 

• Officers received a report of a fawn that was found in the 7000 block of Sunrise Drive May 28. The complainant was advised to drop off the fawn at a Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.

• An officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation in the area of Ash Street and Otter Lake Road May 28. The officer conducted a commercial vehicle inspection on the vehicle and the driver was subsequently cited for numerous violations including: expiration of driver's license, not carrying proof of insurance, fire extinguisher not securely mounted in vehicle, no warning devices and no seatbelt. 

• An officer responded to a report of a suspicious person in the 7500 block of 4th Avenue May 28. The officer located the male and trespassed him from the property at the owner's request. 

• Officers responded to a report of a known female shoplifter at a business in the 700 block of Apollo Drive May 29. Officers completed a walk through of the business, and the female abandoned her merchandise and left without purchasing anything. 

• While investigating a different criminal offense May 29, officers learned a 62-year-old female may have aided an offender by destroying evidence. A case file was submitted to the Anoka County Attorney's Office for charging. 

• An officer responded to a report of an impaired driver in the 8000 block of Lake Drive May 29. An adult female was arrested for fourth-degree driving while impaired and released to a sober party with charges pending. 

• Officers responded to a call of an individual who had driven to a local business in the 6800 block of Lake Drive and was intoxicated May 29. Officers investigated and an adult female was subsequently arrested for DWI.

• An officer from a neighboring police department arrested a 29-year-old male in the 1400 block of Birch Street May 29 for fifth-degree controlled substance, intent to escape tax, possession of hypodermic needles and for an outstanding Ramsey County warrant.

• Officers assisted another agency with an accident with injuries in the 3900 block of 125th Avenue NE in Blaine May 30. The lone occupant involved was transported by ambulance to a local hospital.

• While working Toward Zero Deaths traffic detail in the 6500 block of Ware Road May 30, Blaine Police stopped a vehicle and arrested the driver for fifth-degree possession and driving after revocation.

• An officer stopped a vehicle for speeding in the 700 block of Main Street May 30. The adult male driver was cited for speeding, underage drinking and driving, possession of an open bottle and underage possession of alcohol.

• A citizen reported finding a fawn in the area of Oak Lane and Carole Drive May 31. The officer advised it was best to leave it alone so its mother could come back to retrieve it. 

• Officers responded to investigate a fight that occurred in the 300 block of Elm Street May 31. Two juvenile males were involved and charges for disorderly conduct are pending.

• Officers responded to a report of juveniles throwing rocks at cars in the 2200 block of Tart Lake Road May 31. Officers determined it was actually food and were unable to locate the suspected juveniles.

• Officers located a suspicious vehicle in a park in the 6900 block of Sunrise Drive after hours June 1. The occupants were found to be juveniles and in possession of a controlled substance. Charges are pending.

• An officer received information about possible unsafe playground equipment in the 6900 block of Sunrise Drive June 2. The area was checked and the public works department was called to fix some problems. 

• Officers responded to a personal injury accident involving a motorcycle in the 6600 block of Hodgson Road June 3. One male was transported to the hospital by ambulance and later booked into jail. The second male was released with charges pending after DWI processing is complete. 

• An officer received a call of a possible damage to property report in the 400 block of Arrowhead Drive June 3. The officer determined someone had written on playground equipment with marker. The investigation is ongoing.

 

The Centennial Lakes Police Department reported the following incidents: 

• Police were dispatched to the 7200 block of Brian Drive in Centerville June 2 to check the welfare of an intoxicated female who had left the area on foot. Police checked the area but were unable to locate the female. 

• Officers investigated a suspicious vehicle near Golden Lake Park in Circle Pines June 2. Two juvenile females were transported home and released to their parents. 

• Police were dispatched to the 9000 block of South Highway Drive in Lexington June 2 on report of an assault. Officers gathered information from the victim and witnesses. The case remains under investigation. 

• Officers observed a traffic violation in the area of Lake Drive and Restwood Road in Lexington June 3. A traffic stop was conducted, and the driver was subsequently arrested for third-degree DWI. 

• Police were dispatched to the city of Circle Pines June 3 on report of criminal sexual conduct. The case was referred to the Criminal Investigations Division. 

• Officers were flagged down by a passerby in the 8700 block of Griggs Avenue in Lexington June 3 regarding a civil dispute. 

• Police were dispatched to a theft in the 9200 block of Lexington Avenue in Circle Pines June 3. Information was collected. 

• Officers conducted a traffic stop in the area of Lexington Avenue and Lake Drive in Circle Pines May 29. After a probable cause search of the vehicle, a passenger was cited and released and the driver was subsequently arrested for obstructing the legal process. 

• Officers responded to a report of disorderly conduct in the 1700 block of Westview Street in Centerville May 29. A juvenile male was threatening and causing a disturbance on the playground. The male was detained and later checked out by paramedics before being released to a parent. 

• Police conducted a traffic stop in the area of Main Street and 21st Avenue in Centerville May 30. The driver was subsequently arrested for multiple violations, including marijuana in a motor vehicle. 

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