The Lino Lakes Public Safety Department reported the following incidents: 

• Officers received a report of ducklings stuck in a storm sewer in the 7100 block of Whippoorwill Lane June 4. Twelve ducklings were safely recovered and returned to their mother.

• Officers responded to a neighbor dispute in the 7700 block of Lake Drive June 4. The situation was mediated and parties were advised to call the police should they have further problems.

• Officers responded to a domestic escort within the city June 5. After talking with the two parties involved, it was determined an assault occurred June 4. An adult male suspect was arrested for second-degree assault, threats of violence and domestic assault. The suspect was booked into the Anoka County Jail. 

• Officers responded to a traffic complaint involving mini-bikes in the 6700 block of Timberwolf Trail June 5. Officers made contact with the drivers of the mini-bikes and advised them of the laws pertaining to off-road vehicles.

• An officer received a delayed report about a person soliciting money from customers at a business in the 6500 block of Ware Road June 5. The caller was advised of options if the problem continued.

• An officer responded to a report of juveniles jumping off a bridge into water in the 700 block of Aqua Lane June 5. The officer investigated but did not locate any problems.

• An officer located a stolen vehicle in the 7500 block of Main Street June 6. A traffic stop was conducted and the vehicle is being held for investigation purposes.

• Officers assisted the State Patrol with a personal injury accident involving a motorcycle in the 1400 block of I-35W June 6. The victim was ultimately air lifted to a local hospital.

• Officers received a phone call report of a black bear near a residential neighborhood in the 2300 block of Cedar Street June 6. The complainant was advised to stay away from the bear and officers contacted the DNR.

• Officers responded to a personal injury accident involving three vehicles in the 0 block of Ash Street June 6. A passenger from one vehicle was transported to the hospital, and one driver was cited for failure to drive with due care – speed greater than reasonable. Two vehicles had to be towed from the scene. 

• An officer observed several juveniles out past curfew in the 6400 block of West Shadow Lake Drive June 7. Three of the juveniles were charged for underage consumption.

• An officer responded to an animal call in the area of Lake Drive and I-35W June 7. The officer arrived and learned a fawn was separated from its mother who was on the freeway. The officer was able to catch and reunite the fawn with its mother. 

• Officers responded to a report of a theft that occurred at a business in the 700 block of Apollo Drive June 7. Officers issued an adult female a citation for theft.

• Officers responded to a two vehicle personal injury crash in the 7800 block of Lake Drive June 7. Both drivers declined transportation by ambulance to a hospital, and one driver was cited for failure to drive with due care – speed greater than reasonable. Both vehicles were towed from the scene.

• An officer stopped a vehicle for speeding in the 2000 block of Main Street in Centerville June 8. The driver was cited for speeding and underage drinking and driving. Three passengers were also cited for underage consumption.

• A motorist reported a female panhandling and obstructing traffic in the area of Main Street and Otter Lake Road June 8. Officers made contact with the adult female who was advised of local ordinances and asked to stay out of traffic.

• An officer responded to vandalism to a vehicle report in the 700 block of Aqua Lane June 10. The vehicle’s passenger side window was smashed. The investigation is ongoing. 

 

The Centennial Lakes Police Department reported the following incidents: 

• Officers conducted a traffic stop in the area of Main Street and Centerville Road in Centerville June 5. A driver was subsequently cited for failing to yiled to pedestrians. 

• Officers responded to a domestic situation in Circle Pines June 7. One party voluntarily was sent to detox. 

• Police stopped a vehicle in the area of Lexington Avenue and North Road in Circle Pines June 7 for not having headlights on (when required) and expired registration. An adult female was subsequently arrested and transported to jail for no insurance. 

• A dog owner in the 8700 block of Hamline Avenue in Lexington was cited for a dog at large June 7. The owner had previously been warned for the offense. 

• A juvenile in Lexington was charged for stealing cash from her parents and being in possession of a vape device June 7. 

• Police responded to the 900 block of Village Parkway in Circle Pines June 7 for suspicious activity. Police made contact with the group, and an adult male was issued a citation and a juvenile was transported home. 

• A vehicle was stopped for lane usage in the 1800 block of Main Street in Centerville June 8. The driver was subsequently arrested for fourth-degree DWI. 

• Police responded to an instance of underage drinking and driving in the 2000 block of Main Street in Centerville June 8. 

• Police conducted a traffic stop in the area of Lake Drive and Pine Drive in Circle Pines June 9. The driver was subsequently arrested for fourth-degree DWI. 

• Officers were dispatched to the 0 block of Pleasant View Lane in Circle Pines June 9 for a male with a warrant. The male fled on foot prior to police arrival but was taken into custody a short time later. 

• Police were dispatched to the 3900 block of Restwood Road in Lexington June 9 on report of a noise complaint. Police learned a group of six individuals were involved in a verbal argument, which escalated into pushing and shoving. The altercation was mutual and it was determined that no charged would be pursued. 

• Officers were dispatched to the city of Lexington June 9 on report of a male who had made suicidal comments. Police located the male who stated he was not suicidal. However, he was highly uncooperative and was ultimately arrested for obstruction. 

• Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of Aurora Lane in Circle Pines June 11 on a theft report. Officers took information regarding a fraudulent withdrawal from the complainant’s bank account and information was forwarded on to investigations. 

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