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Mysterious Shoveling, Snowball Fight and Flag Pole Cut Down: MGPD Incident Report

Dec 11, 2016 08:02PM ● By Doug Erlien

File photo: Maple Grove Police Car

The following incidents occurred in Maple Grove Nov. 20-26, 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.

Nov. 20
Eastbound I-694 and Weaver Lake Road. Report of person walking fence line of freeway. Officers located party who was intoxicated and taken to hospital.

12000 block of Elk Creek Boulevard. Report of parties fighting inside business. Officers arrived and separated parties who were then told to leave. No charges.

6700 block of Lancaster Lane. Report of vehicle parked in cul de sac with lights pointing into neighbor’s house. Officers made contact and arrested driver for DWI.

14000 block of 62nd Place. Report of eggs thrown at residence and profanity painted on garage and walkway. No suspects at this time.

Nov. 21
12000 block of Elm Creek Boulevard. Report of wallet stolen from inside purse sitting in shopping cart. No suspects at this time.

Nov. 22
13000 block of 83rd Way. Report of person having a seizure. Transported to hospital by ambulance.

7000 block of Ranier Lane. Report of missing person. Officers put out alert and party found in St. Cloud. Returned home safely.

County Road 30 and Troy Lane. Report of juveniles throwing snowballs at vehicles.Officers located group and advised them of the complaint. They all left the area.

Nov. 23
12000 block of 86th Avenue. Party arrived and found two people shoveling her driveway, sidewalk and steps and then left shoveling no other driveways in association. Parties were gone on officers arrival.

9700 block of 69th Avenue. Report of several items stolen from unlocked vehicle parked in driveway over weekend. No suspects at this time.

9000 block of Zanzibar Lane. Report of license plate stolen off vehicle parked at business. No suspects at this time.

15000 block of 76th Avenue. Neighbor reporting garage open and nobody home. Officers could not locate anybody at the residence and closed garage door.

Nov. 24
12000 block of 82nd Avenue. Report of vehicle driving around parking lot several times looking into vehicles. Officers made contact with party who was told to leave business. No thefts reported.

9000 block of Sawgrass Glen. Report of dog barking in neighborhood. Officers checked on dog who was wet, shivering and in cold weather/snow. Contact made with owners of dog and were advised of ordinance.

13000 block of 83rd Way. Report of a person in a parking lot punched rear view mirror on another vehicle damaging it. Officers doing follow up for charges.

Nov. 25
12000 block of Elm Creek Boulevard. Report of person grabbing loads of items and running out of business without paying. Officer in area pursued party on foot, who got into a vehicle and drove away. Case being followed up on for charges.

Elm Creek Boulevard and Revere Lane. Officer stopped vehicle as the driver was not wearing their seatbelt when contact was made, officer saw several clothing items with sensors still on and arrested party for theft from local business.

Nov. 26
87th Place and Troy Lane. Report of person stumbling in area. Officers made contact with intoxicated person walking and then gave them a ride home.

10000 block of 99th Place. Report of flag pole cut down in front yard and taken along with the flag. Officer has no suspects at this time.

14000 block of 91st Avenue. Report of window broken, graffiti on driver’s door and items stolen from inside vehicle parked in driveway overnight. No suspects at this time.

11000 block of Fountains Drive. Report of several parties in vehicle passed out in business parking lot. Officers made contact with all parties who were only sleeping.

During this time period there were 33 property damage traffic accidents and five property damage injury traffic accidents.

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