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Assault, Theft, Drive-Thru Blocking: MGPD Incident Report

Oct 31, 2016 03:14PM ● By Wendy Erlien

File photo: Maple Grove Police Car

The following incidents occurred in Maple Grove Oct. 9-15, 2016, as provided by the Maple Grove Police Department

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

Oct. 9

7800 block of Yucca Lane. Report of non-payment of taxi fare. Suspect identified, officer following up.

9400 block of Jewel Court. Report of newspapers piled up outside residence. Officers made contact with resident for welfare check, resident fine.

12000 block of 82nd Avenue. Report of items stolen from unlocked vehicle; no suspects at this time.

95th Avenue and Zachary Lane. Report of fight on side of road; officers learned it was a road rage incident. Officer following up due to suspect leaving scene.

Oct. 10

68th Avenue and Everest Lane. Report of items stolen from vehicle parked on street; no damage to vehicle and no suspects.

9400 block of Dunkirk Lane. Report of an individual concealing items and leaving without paying. Officer arrested party for the theft.

8000 block of Jefferson Highway. Report of window smashed out of vehicle parked in parking lot of business. Several items were stolen from inside and no suspects identified.

Oct. 11

6000 block of Cottonwood Lane. Report of two parties taking mail from mailboxes in area. Witness advised officers of location of suspects, who fled officers and were later located and arrested.

8000 block of Jonquil Lane. Report of unlocked vehicle parked in driveway overnight items taken from inside of vehicle; no suspects at this time.

15000 block of Elm Road. Report of cable box in rear of residence pried open and cables pulled out - no suspects at this time.

Oct. 12

6800 block of Jonquil Court. Party found mail on sidewalk; officers located owner of mail who had already stop check that was inside envelope.

9400 block of Dunkirk Lane. Report of small child left in vehicle alone; on arrival officers could not locate vehicle.

12000 block of 89th Place. While doing yard work homeowner entered open garage and found unknown male looking around, who then left. Officers could not locate male, nothing missing from garage. 

Oct. 13

13000 block of Grove Drive. Report of possible drunk driver; officers stopped vehicle and driver got into confrontation with officers.  Driver arrested for DWI and assault.

89th Avenue and Dunkirk Lane. Report of person driving off the road and hitting a tree; officers made contact with party who was arrested for DWI.

11000 block of Fountains Drive. Report of suspect in store concealing items; officers located party and arrested them for the theft.  Follow up to be done for other thefts in area.

Oct. 14

Kirkwood Lane and Lakeview Drive. Report of occupied vehicle parked in area; officers made contact with homeless party who was legally parked sleeping overnight. 

13000 block of Grove Drive. Officers were called to check on family inside business; when located officers learned they were homeless. Officer filled tank with gas and gave them money to start heading towards Texas where family lived.

8700 block of Comstock Lane. Report of vehicle driving in and out of driveways; officers learned several political parties in area putting up signs.

Oct. 15

11000 block of Fountains Way. Report of two parties fighting behind business; officers located parties who worked together and got in a confrontation.  No one wanted charges and parties were released.

9000 block of Grove Circle. Report of possible underage drinking; officers made contact with parties who were not drinking but were warned to keep noise down.

13000 block of Grove Drive. Report of person in drive-thru blocking other traffic; officers made contact with driver who was arrested for DWI.

During this time period there were 36 property damage traffic accidents and eight property damage injury traffic accidents.

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