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Burglary, Fight, Party Bus: MGPD Incident Report

Nov 06, 2016 01:00PM ● Published by Wendy Erlien

File photo: Maple Grove Police Car

The following incidents occurred in Maple Grove Oct. 16-22, 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. 16

  • 9600 block of 63rd Avenue. Report of several people with flashlights looking into vehicles; officers made contact with owner of vehicle that had broken down.
  • 12000 block of 91st Avenue. Report of items stolen from unlocked vehicle in driveway; no suspects at this time.

Oct. 17

  • 9000 block of 89th Avenue. Report of vehicle stolen from lot and tires taken off two other vehicles; no suspects at this time.
  • 12000 block of Elm Creek Boulevard. Report of a person who ate a meal and couldn’t pay; made contact with suspect, who paid the bill the next day.
  • 63rd Avenue and Red Fox Drive. Suspicious vehicle parked in front of residence; officers made contact with party making a phone call, who lived in the area.

Oct. 18

  • 14000 block of 68th Place. Officer located vehicle parked on the street with lights on; made contact with driver who was arrested for open bottle and drugs.
  • 13000 block of 63rd Avenue. Report of license plate stolen from vehicle; no suspects at this time.
  • 8000 block of Wedgwood Lane. Report of customer in business, yelling and would not leave when asked; officers made contact, person trespassed from business.
  • 12000 block of Elm Creek Boulevard. Person concealed several items and left business without paying; officer arrival, party arrested for theft and warrants.

Oct. 19

  • 8000 block of Shadyview Lane. Report of vehicle driving by house several times and taking pictures; officers could not locate vehicle, extra patrol in area.
  • 12000 block of Elm Creek Boulevard. Report of person grabbing a bottle and running out of store without paying; suspect not located by officers.
  • 6000 block of Alvarado Lane. Report of front door kicked in, items taken from inside residence; no suspects at this time.

Oct. 20

  • 11000 block of Fountains Drive. Report of person grabbing several items, then running out fire exit of business; officers could not locate vehicle, and are following up on theft.
  • 17000 block of 68th Avenue. Report of items taken from inside unlocked vehicle parked in driveway overnight; items later located in neighbor’s yard and returned to owner.
  • 9000 block of Peony Lane. Report of person yelling and glass breaking at neighbors; officers made contact with parties.  No charges, just verbal argument.

Oct. 21

  • 9000 block of Kirkwood Lane. Report of three young people going into vehicles in the area; officers located all three parties who were cited for curfew. Nothing taken from vehicles.
  • 12000 block of Elm Creek Boulevard. Report of several people fighting in parking lot; officers arrived, separated individuals.  Medics examined individuals for injuries, which were released pending charges.
  • 1000 block of 104th Avenue. Report of person in park drinking; officers made contact, advised party to leave or dispose of alcohol. Individual left area.

Oct. 22

  • Elm Creek Boulevard and Revere Lane. Officer observed several traffic and equipment violations, officer stopped vehicle, individual arrested for open bottle and DWI.
  • 9000 block of Grove Circle. Two vehicles in parking lot had lugs nuts removed from the tires, cement blocks placed under vehicle; suspects were not located.
  • 12000 block of Elm Creek Blvd. Report of  vehicles and a group of juveniles in parking lot; officers found gathering waiting for bus for birthday party.

During this time period there were 23 property damage traffic accidents and three property damage injury traffic accidents.

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