Roseville/Bulletin police reports • Published June 25, 2019

Arden Hills

Actual malice

The afternoon of June 15 a 20-year-old woman reported damage to her car as it was parked in the first block of Pine Tree Drive — someone had put three dents in her windshield, broke both passenger-side windows and shattered the back window.


Falcon Heights

Stolen car

A 23-year-old man told police the morning of June 12 that someone had stolen his 2015 Mitsubishi overnight from his driveway in the 1400 block of Larpenteur Avenue.




License enforcement

It was all citations for revoked or suspended licenses and expired registrations in Lauderdale the week of June 3 to 9. A man stopped June 8 on Larpenteur Avenue at Eustis Street racked up the most violations — he was cited for driving with a revoked license, no insurance, no proof of insurance, failing to transfer his vehicle’s title, failing to display two license plates and an expired temporary permit.



Little Canada


Deputies took a report of an assault involving juveniles the afternoon of June 12 in the 100 block of Little Canada Road.


Dispatch from the opioid crisis

Deputies responded to a report of a woman who had overdosed the afternoon of June 13 in the 400 block of Labore Road. She was taken to the hospital.


Dog bites person

A dog with current shots bit a person June 13 in the 100 block of Yorkton Ridge as reported to deputies. An animal control officer will follow up with the animal’s owner.


Running car, stolen

A 41-year-old woman told police June 9 that someone had stolen her car while it was parked that day running in front of an apartment complex in the 2900 block of Country Drive. St. Paul PD found the car June 10.


Stolen, found car

A 61-year-old Bloomington woman told police June 15 someone stole her 2006 Toyota Corrola from a parking lot in the 200 block of County Road B2 sometime in the preceding two days. It was recovered on June 18.


Unlocked car, stolen

A 59-year-old woman told police June 10 that someone stole her unlocked 1996 Honda overnight from a parking lot in the 100 block of Demont Avenue. A Washington County Sheriff’s deputy found the car June 12.


Wallet woes

Deputies headed to the 2800 block of Market Place Drive the night of June 13 to deal with a stolen wallet as reported by a 40-year-old woman. It must have been clear who’d taken it, because police mailed a 49-year-old Richfield man a citation for the theft.



Mounds View

Speed racers

Officers cited two 18-year-old men, one from Fridley, the other from Mounds View, for street racing the night of June 11 on Mounds View Boulevard at Silver Lake Road.


Warrant arrest

Officers responded to a report of a domestic disturbance the evening of June 10 and ended up arresting a 42-year-old woman for an outstanding warrant.



New Brighton

Lots of drugs

An officer stopped a car the evening of June 11 at Old Highway 8 and County Road D after seeing it had a broken brake light and a passenger inside it was not wearing a seatbelt; all three occupants ended up in the Ramsey County Jail. The driver, a 25-year-old Redwood Falls man, gave police a fake name before it was found he had two outstanding warrants and drug paraphernalia on his person — a search of the car turned up another pipe and heroin. A 36-year-old Minneapolis woman in the car had a fake ID but she was later identified; she was found in possession of needles, an Altoids container with crack cocaine in it, and brass knuckles. She said she’d ingested two packets of heroin prior to the stop so she was held overnight at the hospital before jail. A 53-year-old Minneapolis man in the car was booked at the jail after heroin was found in his jacket.


Ninth hole blues

An employee at the Brightwood Hills Golf course in the 1900 block of Silver Lake Road told police the morning of June 15 that someone overnight had damaged the green and a chair on the ninth hole. It all should cost about $100 to repair.


Smoking counterfeiters

An employee at the pizza place in the 2000 block of Silver Lake Road took in a fake $100 bill the night of June 16, only realizing after he’d given the couple that passed it off $90.34 in change and watched them smoke outside the store before taking off without their order. Police found the “cash” was an actual $10 bill, which had been washed to look like it had more value.



A report of theft came out of the health and rehab center in the 800 block of First Avenue the morning of June 14. A 67-year-old man had reported the theft of two cans of Mountain Dew, 75 cents and a snack-size bag of Chex Mix from his room.




Business burglary

Deputies headed to the Freedom Valu Center in the 5900 block of Hodgson Road just after midnight June 12 on a report of a robbery. Once there they found the front door glass broken — cigars and cigarettes were taken from behind the counter. Police are investigating.



A caller on June 10 told police about dogs that are often allowed to run loose and unattended on the Rice Creek Fields. The caller said they knew where the dogs lived, and that one of them had attacked their dog last year.


Dog in car

A caller alerted deputies to a large panting boxer dog locked in a car for at least 20 minutes with the windows rolled up parked in the 1000 block of Red Fox Road. The car was gone when police arrived.


Fake $20

An employee at Shoreview City Hall reported to police June 7 that they’d found a counterfeit $20 bill in the community room.


Garage raid

Folks aged 63, 81 and 38 told police the morning of June 14 that someone had been prowling the underground garage where they live in the 400 block of Highway 96 overnight. One reported the theft of a 2015 Chevy truck that was unlocked with the keys inside — it was found by St. Paul PD three days later. The others said their cars had been rummaged through, reporting the loss of a purse and other items.


Hit and run and caught

An 85-year-old White Bear Lake woman witnessed the afternoon of June 13 a van hit her truck as it was parked in the 1000 Red Fox Road; the van then drove off without accounting for the accident. Provided with information about the crash, police managed to cite the driver of the van, a 32-year-old New Brighton man.



St. Anthony

Bicycle serendipity

An 88-year-old man told police June 8 that someone stole his bicycle from outside his apartment building in the 3200 block of Diamond Eight Terrace while he was bringing groceries into his house. Two days later while responding to a medical call in the 3800 block of Foss Road at a different apartment complex, officers found the bike inside the building — the serial number was a match. A 28-year-old man claimed he’d found the bike abandoned, but police weren’t buying it and issued him a citation for misdemeanor theft.


Business burglary

An officer responded to a sounding alarm at a business located in the 3500 block of 29th Avenue June 5, and found a shattered window and a garage door completely broken out. The officer checked the building but didn’t find anybody inside. An employee said there’d been a suspicious man hanging around the business earlier before it closed. The only reported loss was $400 worth of cigarettes; the burglar caused roughly $300 worth of damage.


Full cart

A man walked out of the Cub Foods with a cart full of merchandise without paying June 5 before anybody could stop him. An employee did manage to jot down the license plate number of the vehicle he left in. Police have attempted to contact the owner of the car, a 34-year-old man, so far to no avail.


Indecent exposure

Police arrested, cited and then released a 26-year-old man for two separate incidents of indecent exposure June 9 at the Cub Foods in the 3900 block of Silver Lake Road. The man twice was seen by employees exposing himself, so he was given two citations.


Lot lurker at Gross

Another theft’s been reported in the Gross National Golf Course parking lot — this time a 53-year-old man told police on June 5 that someone smashed a window on his car and stole a backpack containing a laptop, a loss of $1,045. It’d be best not to leave valuables in car while parked in the lot in the 2200 block of St. Anthony Boulevard.


Mail thieves, caught

An officer stopped a vehicle June 8 at Stinson Boulevard and 31st Avenue after Mounds View PD sent an alert out about it, saying the car had been involved in mail thefts. The driver of the vehicle was cited for driving with a revoked license, failing to transfer the car’s title and for no proof of insurance. Mounds View officers then came and arrested the driver and a passenger, who were booked at the Ramsey County Jail for felony mail theft.


Warrant arrest

Police picked up a 38-year-old man June 7 at Stinson and St. Anthony boulevards who was wanted on a Department of Corrections warrant for first-degree aggravated robbery. He was booked at the Ramsey County Jail.





Assaults were reported:

• June 6 in the 400 block of Terrace Drive



Burglaries were reported:

• June 14 at Target

• June 15 in the 2400 block of Cohansey Street

• June 15 at Von Maur

• June 15 in the 2700 block of Griggs Street

• June 14 in the 2700 block of Lincoln Drive

• June 14 in the 2700 block of Lincoln Drive

• June 19 in the 2400 block of Oxford Street



Thefts were reported:

• June 14 in the 1700 block of South Highway 36 Service Drive

• June 14 at Walmart

• June 14 in the 2700 block of Lincoln Drive

• June 15 in the 2700 block of Lincoln Drive

• June 15 at Macy’s

• June 16 at Har Mar Mall

• June 16 at Rosedale Center

• June 17 at Lunds & Byerlys

• June 17 at Xperience Fitness

• June 17 at Target

• June 17 in the 2500 block of Aladdin Street

• June 19 at Crossroads Mall

• June 19 at Kohl’s


Motor vehicle thefts were reported:

• June 17 at Speedway on Lexington Avenue

• June 19 at Rosedale Chevrolet

• June 19 in the 2700 block of Rice Street

• June 19 at Rosedale Center


Thefts from auto were reported:

• June 14 at LA Fitness

• June 15 in the 2100 block of Draper Avenue

• June 15 in the 2800 block of Rice Street

• June 16 in the 2800 block of Galtier Street

• June 17 at LA Fitness


Shoplifting was reported:

• June 14 at Rosedale Center

• June 15 at JCPenney

• June 17 at Rosedale Center (six reports)

• June 17 at Target

• June 18 at Rosedale Center

• June 18 at Walmart

• June 18 at Kohl’s

• June 19 at Kohl’s



Driving while intoxicated was reported:

• June 14 in the 600 block of Heinel Drive


Disorderly Conduct

Disorderly conduct was reported:

• June 15 at Motel 6

• June 15 at Rosedale Commons

• June 15 at Walmart

• June 16 at Target

• June 16 at Rosedale Center

• June 17 at Premier Bank

• June 19 at Von Maur

• June 19 at Target


Property Damage

Criminal damage to property was reported:

• June 17 in the 2700 block of Asbury Street



Robbery was reported: 

• June 16 at Motel 6

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