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Stolen Laptop, Runaway Vehicle, Graffiti: MGPD Incident Report

Sep 04, 2016 06:56AM ● Published by Doug Erlien

File photo: Maple Grove Police Car

The following is a synopsis of several incidents responded to by the Maple Grove Police Department for the week of Aug. 14-21, 2016. Additional details for burglaries, robbery, arson, and theft can be found on the city website crime mapping section. 

Information provided by 
Maple Grove Police Department

August 14
  • Report of taxi cab riders jumping out of vehicle and not paying fare on 7900 block of Lawndale Lane. Officers unable to locate suspects.
  • Report of person that fell, possible broken hip on 8000 block of Main Street. Officers arrived with paramedics and assisted.
  • Report of vehicle parked in parking lot after business hours on 7400 block of County Road 101. Officers located person who was figuring out their GPS system.
August 15
  • Report of vehicle driving with no lights in business parking lot at 12000 block of Elm Creek Blcds. Officers located homeless person sleeping in vehicle.
  • Report of mail opened, book taken on 11000 block of Pheasant Lane. Officers found open envelope inside mailbox, contents missing. No suspects.

August 16
  • Report of graffiti on city owned building on 6800 block of Fish Lake Road. Possible video of suspects.
  • Report of items stolen from unlocked vehicle in driveway on 9400 block of Teakwood Lane. No suspects.
  • Report of several suspects taking numerous items and leaving without paying on 13000 block of Grove Drive. Officers located suspect vehicle, parties arrested for theft.
August 17
  • Report of items missing from vehicle parked in open garage overnight on 7000 block of Garland Lane. No suspects.
  • Report of person in pain on 9000 block of 107th Ave. Officers assisted with transport to hospital.
  • Report of locked vehicle not running in middle of street on 10000 block of Lancaster Lane. Officers learned car rolled out of driveway, due to manual transmission in neutral. Vehicle was pushed back into driveway with brake applied.
August 18
  • Report of a vehicle circling the neighborhood on 87th Ave & Rice Lake Road. Officers located vehicle and found open alcohol and marijuana in vehicle. Suspects cited and released.
  • Report of items taken from unlocked vehicle overnight parked in driveway at 8500 block of Kirkwood Lane. No suspects.
  • Report of person having a seizure on 13000 block of 62nd Place. Officers assisted medics for transport to hospital.
  • Report of suspicious person in parking lot of business of 14000 block of Weaver Lake Road. Officers located vehicle, party was arrested for driving offenses.
August 19
  • Report of items stolen out of unlocked vehicle parked in driveway of 16000 block of 79th Avenue. No suspects.
  • Report of person taking laptop off counter in business and leaving building at 9500 block Upland Lane. Officers located suspect and got laptop back. Charges pending.
  • Report of bicycle stolen from in front of business on 9400 block of Dunkirk Lane. No suspects.
  • Report of person who had fallen at 7800 block of Vinewood Lane. Officers assisted until paramedics arrived for transport.
August 20
  • Report of several items stolen from unlocked vehicle parked in driveway overnight at 9200 block of Ranchview Lane. No suspects.
  • Report of party with possible dislocated or broken bone at 17000 block of Weaver Lake Drive. Transported to hospital by ambulance.
  • Report of damage done to vehicle parked in street overnight and items stolen from bed of truck at 8200 block of Yellowstone Lane. No suspects. 
There were 28 property damage traffic accidents and two property damage injury traffic accidents during this time period.

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