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Theft, DWI, Controlled Substance: MGPD Arrest Report

Jan 27, 2019 09:24PM
A synopsis of arrests occurring from Jan. 6-12, 2019 in Maple Grove, provided by the Maple Grove Police Department.

January 7

A 26-year-old Maple Grove man was arrested for DWI, refusing to submit to a chemical test and careless driving on block of Main Street North and Elm Creek Boulevard North.

A 37-year-old Robbinsdale woman was arrested for possession of a controlled substance (amphetamine), uninsured vehicle violation, driving after suspension and for drug paraphernalia on the block Sycamore Lane North and Bass Lake Road.

A 50-year-old Maple Grove man was arrested for possession of a controlled substance (marijuana) on the block of Zachary Lane North and Elm Creek Boulevard North.

A 19-year-old Minneapolis woman was arrested for theft and trespassing on the block of 11420 Fountains Drive North.

A 37-year-old Maple Grove man was arrested for driving after revocation, possession of a controlled substance (marijuana) and driving without headlights on the block Hemlock Lane North and Fish Lake Road East.

January 10

A 23-year-old Maple Grove man was arrested for tampering or entering into a motor vehicle without the owner's permission.

A 23-year-old Californian man was arrested for possession of a controlled substance, not having two headlights on the block of Hemlock Lane North and Interstate 694.

January 11

A 19-year-old Coon Rapids man was arrested for possession of a controlled substance (marijuana) on the block of Zachary Lane North and 93rd Avenue North.

A 33-year-old Saint Cloud woman was arrested for theft on the block of 8000 Wedgewood Lane North.

A 46-year-old Maple Grove woman was arrested for a DUI, DWI and careless driving on the block of 17130 64th Place North.

January 12

A 26-year-old Hugo man was arrested for DWI, DUI and careless driving on the block of Interstate 694 & Highway 169.

A 20-year-old Onamia woman was arrested for possession of a 3rd degree substance other than heroin.

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