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Theft, Noise Complaint, Vehicle Fire: Maple Grove Police Incident Report

Mar 17, 2019 02:46PM
A synopsis of incidents responded to by the Maple Grove Police Department during the week of Feb. 24-March 2, 2019 in Maple Grove.

February 24

11900 block of 73rd Avenue. Report of welfare check. Officer made contact with individual sleeping in vehicle outside of business. The male stated he was resting, no assistance needed.

17800 block of 96th Avenue. Report of theft from vehicle. Officer responded and found tabs had been stolen from vehicle parked outside of residence, no suspect information.

February 25

16300 block of 96th Avenue. Report of theft. Officer responded, employee admitted to taking money from business. The adult female was arrested for theft and trespassed from the store.

13900 block of Grove Drive. Report of vehicle fire. Officer responded and found individual had driven into parking lot of business and noticed smoke coming from under hood with flames. The fire department arrived to extinguish the fire, no injuries reported.

8100 block of Wedgewood Lane. Report of shoplifting. Officer responded and found adult female had stolen items. The suspect was arrested for theft and trespassed from the business.

February 26

8600 block of Pineview Lane. Report of possible DWI. Officer responded and made contact with the driver of the vehicle. The adult male was arrested for DWI.

Elm Creek Boulevard and Hemlock Lane. Officer on routine patrol observed equipment violations on vehicle. Contact made with the driver who was arrested for false information and an outstanding warrant. The passenger was cited for possession of hypodermic needles.

13500 block of Grove Drive. Report of 911 hang up. Officer made contact and determined it was accidental, the individual was plowing snow and did not need assistance.

February 27

11500 block of 95th Avenue. Report of theft from vehicle. Officer responded and found license plate had been stolen from trailer parked outside of business, no suspect information.

13000 block of 62nd Place. Report of vehicle theft. Officer responded and found vehicle had been stolen while parked outside of business. It was later recovered in another jurisdiction. The incident is under investigation.

February 28

13600 block of Grove Drive. Report of narcotics complaint. Officer responded and found adult male was suspected of using narcotics in restroom of store. He was found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia and was cited for the offense and trespassed from the business. 

Maple Grove Parkway & I-94. Report of welfare check. Officer made contact with male walking along roadway. He stated he was walking to a friend’s home to get a tool to fix a flat tire, no further assistance needed.

March 1

8400 block of Jefferson Highway. Report of unwanted person. Officer responded and found a recently terminated employee had refused to leave the premise; however, the individual had left prior and no further assistance was needed. 

8100 block of Arrowwood Lane. Report of theft from vehicle. Officer responded and found company vehicle had been broken into overnight and multiple tools had been stolen. No suspect information.

9900 block of 100th Avenue. Report of property damage. Officer responded and found victim had discovered several screws in tires of his vehicle which had been parked in driveway of residence. No suspect information.

March 2

13800 block of 85th Place. Report of medical. Officer responded along with paramedics and it was determined the male party showed signs of intoxication. Friend on scene agreed to be responsible for his care. No further assistance needed.

6300 block of Quinwood Lane. Report of noise complaint. Officer responded and found a party in progress with loud music. The occupants agreed to comply with noise ordinance.

During this time period there were 50 property damage traffic accidents and three property damage injury traffic accidents.

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