The Lino Lakes Police Department reported the following incidents: 

•Officers responded to a suspicious activity report involving two adult males in the 700 block of Town Center Parkway Oct. 26. After checking the area, officers were unable to locate anyone. There were no further problems.

•An officer was dispatched to the scene of a property damage accident at South Trappers Crossing and Cherokee Trail involving a school bus Oct. 26. There were no injuries. The students were picked up by another bus and the other involved vehicle was towed. Arrangements were made for the bus to be inspected by a state agency.

•A community service officer responded to a dumping complaint in the 300 block of Pine Street Oct. 26. The complaint was investigated and the items were removed.

•Officers responded to a resident facility for a trespassing complaint in the 700 block of Town Center Parkway Oct. 26. Officers identified the suspect but found the suspect was no longer at the location. The case was sent to the city attorney’s office for charging.

•An officer stopped a vehicle for a moving violation in the 400 block of Main Street Oct. 26. The officer also impounded the license plate and cited the driver for multiple offenses.

•An officer responded to a residence for a noise complaint in the 7800 block of Marilyn Drive Oct. 27. The officer did not hear any violation. The officer spoke to the homeowner and documented the incident.

•An officer responded to a phone call report regarding questions about hunting within city limits in the 600 block of Town Center Parkway Oct. 27. The officer informed the caller about city ordinances.

•An officer responded to a report of a deceased deer that was hit by a vehicle in the 500 block of Lilac Street Oct. 27.

•An officer responded to a car vs. deer property damage accident on Hodgson Road and Egret Lane Oct. 28. The driver was given the case number and was able to drive her vehicle from the scene.

•An officer responded to a fraud report in the 700 block of Country Lakes Drive Oct. 28. There is no suspect information at this time.

•A community service officer responded to a report of an abandoned vehicle in the 700 block of Apollo Drive Oct. 28. The owner was located and advised to remove their vehicle, or the property owner would remove it.

•An officer responded to a trespassing complaint in the 7500 block of Lake Drive Oct. 28. The involved parties were trespassed from a business.

•Officers responded to a delayed theft report in the 300 block of Elm Street Oct. 28. Officers were unable to locate any suspects, and the investigation is ongoing.

•Officers responded to a call of a suspicious male in the 700 block of Fox Road Oct. 28. The area was checked but the male was not located.

•An officer responded to a report of suspicious activity in the 1400 block of Sherman Lake Road Oct. 29. The officer investigated and documented the incident.

•Officers arrested a male on several felony warrants in the 600 block of Prairie Flower Road Oct. 29. The male was transported and booked at jail.

•An officer took a phone call regarding vehicles speeding in the 800 block of Pine Street Oct. 29. The information was collected for the complaint and extra patrol will be provided.

•An officer took a report of suspicious phone calls at a business in the 700 block of Apollo Drive Oct. 29. The incident was documented and the business was advised to block the phone number.

•Officers responded to a report of a suspicious person in the garage in the 300 block of Ware Circle Oct. 29. Officers determined the person lived there.

•Officers responded to a local restaurant for a disorderly female who hit another vehicle in the 8000 block of Lake Drive Oct. 29. Officers determined the female was intoxicated prior to arriving at the restaurant and she was arrested for DWI.

•An officer received a report of drivers’ licenses that had been accidentally left at a business in the 8000 block of Lake Drive Oct. 30. The licenses were returned to their owners.

•An officer responded to a report of a fire that was extinguished in the 600 block of Oak Lane Oct. 30. The caller wanted the location checked, so the fire department responded and checked the home.

•An officer conducted a traffic stop in the 2200 block of Main Street for lane violations and found the driver was intoxicated Oct. 30. The driver was arrested and booked for DWI. A passenger was found to have a warrant and was arrested and booked.

•Officers responded to a residence on the report of suspicious activity in the 7700 block of Mustang Lane Oct. 31. Officers searched the area and were unable to locate anyone.

•Officers were dispatched to a report of a resident experiencing gas meter problems in the 7000 block of Ivy Ridge Lane Oct. 31. No gas leak was found, and the gas company was notified.

•Officers responded to a report of a grass fire in the 400 block of I-35W Oct. 31. The grass fire was extinguished without any problems.

•An officer located an abandoned vehicle blocking traffic in the 2200 block of Main Street Oct. 31. The vehicle was towed to a local tow lot and entered as an abandoned vehicle via Anoka County Communications Center.

•Officers responded to a single-vehicle property damage crash involving a deer on the 300 block of Main Street Nov. 1. Officers determined there were no injuries. The driver arranged for their vehicle to be towed from the scene.

•An officer was dispatched to a fraud report in the 6200 block of Red Maple Lane Nov. 1. The officer documented the incident and referred the case to the Minnesota Unemployment Insurance Office.

•An officer took a phone call report of suspicious activity in the 2000 block of Diamond Lane Nov. 1. The incident was documented. 

The Centennial Lakes Police Department reported the following incidents: 

•Officers were dispatched to the 20 block of Center Road in Circle Pines on a vandalism report Nov. 1.

•Officers were dispatched via phone call to the 9500 block of Griggs Avenue in Lexington regarding a theft Nov. 1.

•Officers responded to the 3800 block of Minuteman Lane in Lexington Nov. 1 regarding a  juvenile who had warrants for their arrest. The juvenile was arrested and officers conducted a prisoner exchange with Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO). The juvenile was then placed in HSCO’s custody.

•Officers stopped a golf cart near the intersection of Cameo Lane and Shady Way in Circle Pines Nov. 2. This case is still active.

•Officers were flagged down in the 9000 block of Griggs Avenue in Lexington for a suspicious dumping complaint Nov. 2.

•Officers were dispatched to a parking complaint in the 6900 block of Lamotte Drive in Centerville Oct. 27. The owner of the machinery was contacted and was given a verbal warning.

•Officers were advised by phone of a suspicious person in the 1900 block of Main Street in Centerville Oct. 27. Officers located the person and determined no crime had occurred.

•Officers took a report of a possible stolen vehicle that occurred in the 9400 block of Lexington Avenue in Lexington Oct. 27.

•An officer observed a suspicious vehicle parked in a driveway in the 6900 block of Meadow Circle in Centerville Oct. 27. An adult female was arrested on outstanding felony warrants but was then transported to the hospital for medical reasons.

•Police responded to the 9400 block of Lexington Avenue in Lexington on a missing person report Oct. 28. The individual was found and no further law enforcement assistance was needed.

•Police responded to a suspicious matter in the 200 block of Galaxy Drive in Circle Pines Oct. 28.

•Officers located an illegal burn in the 9300 block of Griggs Avenue in Lexington Oct. 28. A verbal warning was given and the fire was put out.

•Officers were dispatched to a noise complaint in the 30 block of Village Parkway in Circle Pines Oct. 28.

•Officers observed a traffic violation near the intersection of Restwood Road and Albert Avenue in Lexington Oct. 29. The vehicle fled from the officer. A short pursuit ensued, but was terminated. Ramsey County deputies located the vehicle and took a juvenile male into custody. The male was transported to the juvenile center.

•Officers stopped a vehicle in the area of Main Street and 21st Avenue in Centerville Oct. 29. A female was taken into custody.

•Officers were dispatched to the 1600 block of Hunters Ridge Lane in Centerville on a report of a suspicious vehicle in the area Oct. 30. Officers checked the area and did not locate the vehicle.

•Officers conducted a traffic stop near the intersection of Main Street and 20th Avenue in Centerville Oct. 30. An adult male driver was subsequently arrested for DWI.

•An officer was dispatched to the 10 block of West Golden Lake Road in Circle Pines for suspicious activity Oct. 31. Officers checked the area and made contact with people in the area. The case is closed until further information becomes available.

•Officers were dispatched on a report of a counterfeit bill passed in the 1900 block of Main Street in Centerville Oct. 31. Officers located the involved parties and charges are pending.

•Officers were dispatched on a phone call reporting suspicious activity in the 220 block of Stardust Boulevard in Circle Pines Oct. 31. Officers took information for a report. 

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