Roseville/Bulletin police reports • Published March 26, 2019

Arden Hills

Bullets

A Minnesota Department of Transportation plow driver told police March 11 that he’d found five bullets in slush that had accumulated on his plow while clearing streets. The ammo was taken into evidence for destruction.

 

Burglary

An elderly couple that lives in the 1700 block of Chatham Avenue told police the evening of March 14 that someone had broken into their home through a rear window midday. Police are investigating.

 

Deer on the run

A caller to the sheriff’s officer the evening of March 11 from the 1500 block of Oak Avenue told police there was a deer, maybe injured, that was stuck in a fence. It was later freed and to quote the report, “is now on the run.”

 

DWI rollover

A deputy headed to a rollover crash in the early morning hours of March 10 at Snelling Avenue and County Road E2, finding a car upside down and a 44-year-old St. Louis Park man beside it. The man admitted to crashing the vehicle and smelled of alcohol; he blew a .17 blood alcohol concentration. He was booked at the Ramsey County Jail for third-degree DWI.

 

Formula theft to assault

Deputies headed to the Cub Foods in the 3700 block of Lexington Avenue the afternoon of March 10 because a 37-year-old employee of the grocery store was hit by a woman as she drove off after stealing $300 worth of baby formula. The man wasn’t injured.

 

Lost

Deputies headed to the 3800 block of New Brighton Road just after 7:30 a.m. March 16 because a 20-year-old Minneapolis woman had been banging on the front door of a home saying she didn’t know where she was. The woman told police she’d been thrown out of a car and admitted to having been drinking and using narcotics. She was uncooperative with deputies and medics thought she was unable to care for herself, so she was taken to the hospital.

 

 

Falcon Heights

No news is good news.

 

 

Little Canada

DWI

A caller just prior to 8:45 a.m. March 10 told police about a suspected drunk driver in the first block of Little Canada Drive; the caller said they’d seen the driver hit a car, drive through a couple snowbanks and then enter a residence. Deputies made contact with the driver in question, a 50-year-old man, who said he’d been driving the vehicle in question, though he said he’d not driven through any snowbanks and had not been drinking since getting home, despite showing signs of at least drinking prior. The man agreed to field sobriety testing and was shaky, and then he refused a breath test. He was ultimately booked at the Ramsey County Jail for third-degree DWI and DWI test refusal.

 

Burglary?

Deputies headed to the 300 block of County Road D the afternoon of March 12 because a law office’s alarm was sounding. They arrived and found the front door unlocked with no signs of forced entry and nobody inside or out. Nothing appeared out of place; they secured the office and left a message with the property owner.

 

Loud pipes save lives

A caller who lives in the 2900 block of Edgerton Street called the police an hour before midnight March 14 to report a loud truck revving its engine. Deputies checked things out and found a vehicle stuck in a snowbank.

 

 

Mounds View

Arrest

A 31-year-old Spring Lake Park woman was stopped in the early morning hours of March 16 at the intersection of County Road H2 and Knollwood Drive for failing to signal a turn and was then arrested for a raft of violations, including felony possession of marijuana, possession of a stolen vehicle, possession of counterfeit money and driving with a revoked license.

 

Crash

Police responded to a two-car crash the afternoon of March 12 on Silver Lake Road near Woodcrest Drive — a 79-year-old Fridley woman collided with a 20-year-old New Brighton woman. The younger woman was taken to the hospital to be checked for minor injuries.

 

Lock your car!

As the weather warms, prowlers will be out again checking to see who left their car unlocked and what can easily be taken. A person who lives in the 7300 block of Spring Lake Road said someone rummaged through their unlocked car overnight into March 14, though nothing was stolen.

 

 

Shoreview 

Domestic assault

A 30-year-old woman told police just after midnight March 15 that her twin sister had beaten her with a cell phone. The sister was gone when deputies arrived. The case was sent to the city attorney for potential domestic assault charges.

 

Attempted burglary

A 45-year-old woman who lives in the 4300 block of Highland Drive called police March 13 at 2:30 a.m. to report the attempted burglary of her place. Police are investigating.

 

Burglary

A 30-year-old woman who lives in an apartment in the 3500 block of Owasso Street told police the afternoon of March 15 that someone had gotten into her place while she was out through an unlocked door, stealing her TV and rummaging through drawers. Police are investigating.

 

Spanish vacation

An 81-year-old woman told deputies March 11 that she’d been vacationing in Spain the week prior and while shopping her wallet had been stolen. She was told how to get in touch with Spanish law enforcement and her credit cards were cancelled.

 

Reports out of Lauderdale, New Brighton and St. Anthony were not available this week, and will return in the next edition of the paper.

 

Roseville 

Burglary

Burglaries were reported:

• March 19 at Best Buy

• March 20 in the 1900 block of Fulham Street

• March 20 in the 2100 block of Draper Avenue

 

Theft

Thefts were reported:

• March 19 at Har Mar Mall (two reports)

• March 19 at Archiver’s (two reports)

• March 19 at Rosedale Center

 

Motor vehicle thefts were reported:

• March 20 in the 1900 block of Oxford Street

 

Thefts from auto were reported:

• March 19 in the 2800 block of Rice Street

• March 19 at Red Lobster

• March 19 at La Casita (two reports)

• March 19 in the 1900 block of Couny Road B2 (three reports)

• March 19 in the 2400 block of Fairview Avenue

• March 20 at REI

 

Shoplifting was reported:

• March 19 at JCPenney

• March 20 at Har Mar Mall

• March 20 at Von Maur

• March 20 at JCPenney

 

Disorderly Conduct

Disorderly conduct was reported:

• March 19 at Motel 6

• March 20 at Dairy Queen on Rice Street

• March 20 at Hearthside Pizza

• March 20 at Har Mar Mall

• March 20 at Walmart

 

Property Damage

Criminal damage to property was reported:

• March 19 at Red Lobster (three reports)

• March 20 in the 2100 block of Draper Avenue

• March 20 in the 1700 block of County Road B2

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