Not fare in Little Canada

Arrests, Thefts and more around Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, Little Canada, and Roseville - Roseville Review police reports June 7, 2016.

 

Falcon Heights

 

Arrest

A 34-year-old man was arrested and cited May 21 at the intersection of Larpenteur Avenue and Holton Street for driving with a revoked license and for failing to display the required two license plates on his vehicle.

 

No TV party tonight

A 26-year-old woman told police May 16 that a 27-year-old male acquaintance became upset and kicked her television at her apartment in the 1500 block of Larpenteur Avenue. While the 27-year old denied kicking the TV, a citizen’s arrest was signed and he was given a citation for criminal property damage and a ride out of the area. The TV seems to be a total loss and will cost $400 to replace.

 

Unplug

Auxiliary cords can be such a pain — a 21-year-old man was arrested and cited at the intersection of Arona Street and California Avenue on May 16 for driving while wearing headphones, along with a driver’s permit violation and a failure to provide proof of insurance on demand.

 

Lauderdale

 

Arrest

Stopped at Como Avenue and Highway 280 May 19, the 31-year-old male motorist was arrested and cited for driving after license revocation, no proof of insurance and for a child-restraint violation. A passenger in the vehicle, a 28-year-old man, was found to have an outstanding warrant in Dakota County for theft, earning him a trip to the Ramsey County Jail.

 

Lost and found

Police found a stolen vehicle in the 1500 block of Eustis Street May 17 and called it in to Ramsey County dispatch — St. Paul police came to tow it away.

 

Little Canada

 

Arrest

A swerving driver was pulled over at County Road B and Mississippi Street May 18. The 23-year-old from St. Paul was driving with a revoked license and he had no proof of insurance, as well as many noted failures to appear in court, earning him a trip to the jail.

 

Dogs

The telltale bite marks on the 5-year-old boy were all it took for police to put a male black lab that lives in the 300 block of Sextant Avenue on 10-day quarantine. The child’s parents reported the dog bite May 22.

 

A neighbor called police May 19 to allege a resident on Labore Road was abusing puppies. The neighbor told police that the owner beat his two dogs, which could be heard crying at night. Police are investigating.

 

DWI

The 52-year-old man pulled over for suspected third-degree DWI May 25 at Little Canada Road and Lake Shore Road threw a hodgepodge of insults at a deputy as he was hauled off. He called the officer “a fascist, socialist and part of the gestapo,” along with a slew of profanities, according to police reports, while promising to sue the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office. The man, who was driving with a temporary license and had been convicted of drunken driving in the past, was taken to jail.

 

Gun in the drive thru

An employee at the McDonald’s in the 2300 block of Rice Street called police because a passenger in one of the cars in the drive-through lane was waving around a gun inside the vehicle early in the morning of May 28. When police arrived, the car had driven through, and was gone.

 

Home sweet home, or not

A swerving driver — a 27-year-old woman from Maplewood — was pulled over in the 2600 block of Sierra Lane early in the morning of May 22. She pulled into a driveway and told police she lived there. When police told her something along the lines of “prove it, go inside,” the woman relented, then proceeded to fail a number of field sobriety tests. Police dropped the woman’s two passengers at the nearby Flameburger location and transported the woman to jail.

 

Police were called to investigate a suspicious vehicle near garages at an apartment complex in the 100 block of Little Canada Road May 24 and checked in with its passengers, two men. One of them told police that he lived at the apartment complex, and said he was being questioned only because he was African-American; police responded there had been recent thefts from the garages and that someone had called about the car. As the questioning went on, it turned out the man did not live at the apartments, and since the two did not have an appropriate reason to be there, according to police, they were told to leave.

 

Not fare

Though he had a wallet full of cash and credit cards, a 38-year-old male passenger refused to pay his $18 taxi fare, so the cabbie summoned the cops May 17. Deputies approached the taxi in the 300 block of Labore Road, and suggested the man attempt to use one of the forms of payment already in his wallet. They swiped a card for him but it came up declined. When they suggested the man pay cash, he became irate and began cursing. When he continued to refuse to pay, he was arrested for theft.

 

Piracy

The 42-year-old owner of a boat and trailer reported both were stolen from the Public Storage facility in the first block of County Road B on May 29 — it was not the way he wanted to start off Memorial Day weekend. Police investigated, and learned someone had likely entered the storage facility using a fake name and address and stole the boat.

 

Roseville 

 

Burglary

 

Attempted burglaries were reported:

• June 1 in the 2600 block of Oxford Street

 

Burglaries were reported:

• May 26 in the 2900 block of Cleveland Avenue

• May 28 in the 2100 block of William Street

• May 29 at Har Mar Mall

• May 30 in the 2800 block of Asbury Street

• May 31 in the 2500 block of Hamline Avenue

• May 31 in the 2100 block of William Street

• June 1 at Red Roof Inn

 

Theft

 

Thefts were reported:

• May 26 at Big Bowl

• May 26 at Rosedale Center

• May 26 at Motel 6

• May 27 at Gordmans

• May 27 at Target

• May 28 in the 400 block of South McCarrons Boulevard

• May 28 at Rosedale Center

• May 28 at Macy’s Furniture Gallery

• May 29 at Lunds & Byerlys

• May 29 at Wal-Mart

• May 29 at LA Fitness

• May 30 at Rosedale Center

• May 31 at Wally McCarthy Cadillac

• May 31 at Har Mar Mall

• May 31 at Rosedale Center

• June 1 in the 2800 block of Pascal Street

• June 1 at Kohl’s

• June 1 at Wal-Mart

 

Motor vehicle thefts were reported:

• May 26 in the 2800 block of Cleveland Avenue

• May 27 at Motel 6

• May 28 in the 2800 block of Rice Street

• May 29 at Rosedale Center

• May 31 in the 100 block of North McCarrons Boulevard

• June 1 in the 2800 block of Rice Street

 

Thefts from auto were reported:

• May 31 at Holiday Inn Express

• June 1 at Roseville Buick GMC

 

Shoplifting was reported:

• May 26 at Rosedale Center

• May 27 at Wal-Mart

• May 28 at Kohl’s

• May 29 at Rosedale Center

• May 30 at Rosedale Center

• May 31 at Rosedale Center

• June 1 at Target

• June 1 at Wal-Mart

 

DWI

 

Driving while intoxicated was reported:

• May 26 at the intersection of Lexington Avenue and County Road B2

• May 26 at the intersection of Long Lake Road and County Road C

• May 29 in the 3000 block of Lexington Avenue

• May 30 in the 2500 block of Cleveland Avenue

• May 31 at the intersection of Lexington and Roselawn avenues

 

Disorderly Conduct

 

Disorderly conduct was reported:

• May 26 at Motel 6

• May 26 at Joe Senser’s Sports Theater

• May 27 at Wal-Mart

• May 27 at Rosedale Center

• May 28 at MGM Liquor Warehouse

• May 28 at Rosedale Center

• May 29 at Motel 6

• May 29 at SuperAmerica on County Road D

• May 29 at Wal-Mart

• May 29 at McDonald’s on Snelling Avenue

 

Property Damage

 

Criminal damage to property was reported:

• June 1 in the 1800 block of Chatsworth Street

 

Robbery

 

Robbery was reported:

• May 27 in the 100 block of North McCarrons Boulevard

• May 28 in the 1700 block of Marion Street

 

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