The Lino Lakes Public Safety Department reported the following incidents:

• An officer responded to a property damage accident in the 7600 block of Main Street May 21. One of the drivers was cited for illegal passing and reckless driving.

• Officers received a phone call from a school in the 7500 block of Fourth Avenue May 21 about threats a student made to a teacher. Staff at the school wanted to make a report.

• An officer checked the area of I-35E and Ash Street for a possible gun on the shoulder of the road May 21. The item was not a gun.

• Officers responded to a two-vehicle property damage accident in the area of Ash Street and 20th Avenue May 21. One vehicle had to be towed from the scene and one of the drivers was cited for failure to drive with due care at a speed greater than reasonable.

• Officers responded to the report of a fire inside a residence in the 6800 block of Black Duck Drive May 22. The fire was extinguished and investigated.

• Officers responded to a suspicious male who was seen tampering with employee vehicles at a local business in the 700 block of Apollo Drive May 22. The adult male was arrested and booked into the Anoka County Jail for possession of a controlled substance and tampering with a motor vehicle.

• An officer responded to a residence in the 500 block of Lois Lane regarding damage to property May 22. The officer documented the incident and there is no suspect information at this time. The investigation is ongoing.

• An officer received a report of the theft of a license plate from the 8000 block of Aenon Place May 23.

• An officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation in the 200 block of Main Street May 23. The officer conducted a commercial vehicle inspection and the vehicle and trailer were placed out of service for numerous violations, including inoperative horn and windshield wipers, illegal tires, improper load securement and nonconforming steering assembly.

• A trailer was reported stolen from the 7500 block of Fourth Avenue May 23. The theft occurred sometime between May 9 and May 23. The incident is currently under investigation.

• An officer found a cell phone and wallet in the 1500 block of Birch Street May 23. The officer located the owner and returned the property.

• Officers observed and stopped a vehicle for speeding in the 6900 block of I-35E May 24. The driver was detained and cited for several traffic offenses, including speeding, open bottle violation, transporting a loaded firearm and possession of drug paraphernalia.

• An officer was dispatched to a damage to mailbox complaint in the 1200 block of Chokecherry Road May 26. The suspect was located and is working with the owner to replace the damaged box.

 

The Centennial Lakes Police Department reported the following incidents:

• Police conducted a traffic stop in the area of West Golden Lake Road in Circle Pines May 22. The driver was subsequently arrested on an outstanding warrant and for possession of a controlled substance.

• Officers responded to a phone call fraud report in the 40 block of Inner Drive in Circle Pines May 22. The caller advised she was fraudulently scammed out of money from a computer online scam.

• Officers were dispatched to a report of oil in a retaining pond and drainage ditch in the area of Flowerfield Road and Hamline Avenue in Lexington May 23. The state duty officer was advised about the situation for hazardous material cleanup. The source of the oil is still under investigation.

• A dog bite report from the 1800 block of Center Street in Centerville was received May 25. The quarantine process was started and vaccination records are pending.

• Police conducted a traffic stop in the area of Lexington Avenue and Lovell Road in Circle Pines May 25. The driver was subsequently arrested for DWI.

• Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of Canterbury Road in Circle Pines May 27 on a report of a vandalized vehicle. The case has been referred to the county Criminal Investigation Division.

• Officers conducted a traffic stop in the area of Restwood Road and Lake Drive in Lexington May 27. The driver was subsequently arrested for fourth-degree DWI.

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