The Lino Lakes Public Safety Department reported the following incidents:

• Several males were observed riding bicycles in the 6800 block of Black Duck Drive at night without proper lighting Oct. 30. They were advised of the proper requirements for nighttime use.

• Officers responded to a personal injury rollover accident on I-35E near the Main Street exit Oct. 30. Officers assisted the State Patrol until the vehicle was towed.

• Officers responded to a report of a possible intoxicated driver who struck a guardrail in the area of Main Street and Lakeland Circle in Centerville Oct. 30. Officers assisted the Centennial Lakes Police Department and arrested the driver for DWI.

• Officers responded to a male walking on the shoulder of Main Street with a cased firearm Oct. 31. He was located and advised of other options to walk.

• An officer was dispatched to a report of gunshots heard near a residential area in the 8000 block of Fourth Street Oct. 31. Officers were unable to locate the source of the noise but advised the complainant some hunting was permitted near the area.

• An officer stopped a vehicle for no taillights in the 1300 block of I-35W Nov. 1. The male driver was arrested for third-degree DWI and booked into the Anoka County Jail.

• Officers responded to a report of juveniles attempting to access a building in the 500 block of Apollo Drive Nov. 1. Officers identified the four males. Upon further investigation, it was discovered one had an active warrant and was booked; the others were picked up by an adult.

• Officers responded to a call regarding a male acting in a disorderly manner in the 7800 block of Century Trail Nov. 1. He was transported to a hospital voluntarily.

• Officers responded to a report of someone going through the neighbors’ cars in the 7700 block of Carole Drive Nov.1. Officers arrived and were unable to located anyone.

• An officer stopped a vehicle for speeding in the 8000 block of I-35E Nov. 2. The male driver was arrested for fourth-degree DWI and released to a sober party.

• Officers responded to a report of a shoplifting in progress at a business in the 700 block of Apollo Drive Nov. 2. The male suspect left without paying for merchandise and was subsequently cited for misdemeanor theft.

• Officers responded to Centennial Middle School for a trespassing complaint Nov. 2. Three juvenile males were found and will be charged with trespassing.

• Officers responded to a disturbance at a hotel in the 500 block of Apollo Drive Nov. 3. There was some arguing and brawling between numerous people. The officers mediated between the involved parties and separated them. The parties were all mutually involved, and no one wanted to pursue criminal charges.

• Officers responded to the report of someone going through mailboxes in the 1200 block of Rondeau Lake Road W Nov. 3. Officers gathered information from the complainant and discovered it was someone handing out political fliers.

• Officers stopped a vehicle for driving conduct in the 6900 block of Sunset Avenue Nov. 3. The driver was subsequently arrested for fourth-degree DWI.

• Officers responded to a report of underage drinking in the 800 block of Lois Lane Nov. 4. Officers learned three juveniles had consumed alcohol, and they were released to their parents.

• Officers responded to the 6800 block of Otter Lake Road to assist the State Patrol with a female who fled from a stolen vehicle Nov. 5. Officers located the female and took her into custody without incident. The female was later released to the State Patrol.

• An officer responded to a report of a stolen cell phone from a business in the 8000 block of Lake Drive Nov. 5. The investigation is ongoing.

 

The Centennial Lakes Police Department reported the following incidents:

Officers were dispatched to the 7000 block of Centerville Road in Centerville on report of a civil dispute Nov. 1.

• A tampering of a motor vehicle was reported in the 1700 block of Meadow Lane in Centerville Nov. 1.

• Officers were dispatched to the 6900 block of Meadow Court in Centerville Nov. 1 on report of a stolen bicycle.

• Police are investigating a possible financial exploitation of a vulnerable adult in Centerville.

• Police attempted to mediate a civil dispute in the 30 block of Village Parkway in Circle Pines Nov.2.

• Officers responded to the 8900 block of Duwayne Avenue in Lexington Nov. 2 on report of a neighbor dispute. Both parties were separated and there were no further issues.

• Damage to city property was discovered in the 30 block of Village Parkway in Circle Pines Nov. 2.

• Police mediated a civil dispute in the 200 block of Galaxy Drive in Circle Pines Nov. 2. One party assaulted another before police arrived; charges are pending.

• Officers responded to a mail theft in the 9000 block of Jackson Avenue in Lexington Nov. 3. No suspects were located.

• Police responded to the 3800 block of Restwood Road in Lexington Nov. 4 on report of a stolen vehicle. Officers were paroling the area and found the vehicle parked and unoccupied in the 8800 block of Syndicate Avenue. The vehicle was picked up by the owner.

• Officers arrested a male on a warrant in the 9500 block of Dunlap Avenue in Lexington Nov. 5.

• Police were dispatched to the 9100 block of South Highway Drive in Lexington Oct. 31 on report of a burglary in progress. Information was collected.

• Officers took a phone call vehicle theft report from the 0 block of Circle Drive.

• Officers were dispatched to the area of Center Street and Centerville Road in Centerville for a two-vehicle property damage accident Oct. 31. One vehicle was badly damaged and towed from the scene. There were no injuries and no citations were issued.

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