Roseville/Bulletin police reports • Published October 22, 2018

Arden Hills

Dorm thief

A 19-year-old Bethel University student told police the afternoon of Oct. 13 someone had entered her dorm room and stolen a bra and yoga pants, a loss of $148.


Missing phone

A 79-year-old left her phone in the booth after dinner at a restaurant in the 3800 block of Lexington Avenue as reported Oct. 10 and the $500 iPhone has yet to turn up.





Falcon Heights

Fishy deposits

A manager at a business located in the 1700 block of Prior Avenue called the police Oct. 12 to report discrepancies in an employee’s cash deposits.





A 50-year-old man told police Oct. 5 that his neighbor, a 69-year-old man, had yelled at him as he drove past in the street, a violation of a harassment restraining order. Police went to the younger man’s house to take a report, and the older man left in view of officers while they interviewed the younger man. The case was turned over to the city attorney for gross misdemeanor charges for violating the harassment order.


Insurance? Never!

A 28-year-old woman was stopped Oct. 6 at Larpenteur Avenue and Fulham Street and arrested for gross misdemeanor operating an uninsured vehicle, based on four previous convictions for the same offense. She was also driving with a revoked license. Her passenger, a 24-year-old man, was given a warning for possessing a small amount of marijuana in the vehicle.


Stolen trailer

A 57-year-old man told police Oct. 2 that someone stole his trailer from the 2300 block of Summer Street. The amount of the loss was unknown at the time of the report.



Little Canada

Computer theft

A 61-year-old man told police Oct. 15 someone had stolen his $1,000 laptop from inside his office in the 2900 block of Rice Street.


Trailer diving

A man and two teens were arrested the evening of Oct. 12 in the 100 block of Big Circle Drive for entering an abandoned trailer and taking fabric softener, batteries, cell phone cases and two watches.


With friends like these...

A 49-year-old man told police Oct. 11 he left his friend alone at his County Road B2 home for an hour and then his iPad Mini and iPhone SE went missing, a loss of $750.



Mounds View


Officers carried out an arrest warrant in the 4000 block of Glenhaven Lane the evening of Oct. 2 and arrested a woman for three outstanding warrants from various counties for drug possession and financial transaction fraud — on top of her warrant problems she was also cited for possession of drug paraphernalia and a small amount of marijuana.


DWI accident

Police responded just after midnight to the area of Mounds View Boulevard and Woodale Drive Oct. 6 on a report of a car crash. Officers arrested a 57-year-old man for fourth-degree DWI, third-degree DWI test refusal, having an open bottle and careless driving.



New Brighton



Someone pried open the garage door at a home in the 1200 block of 10th Street NW shared by a 24-year-old woman and a 26-year-old woman and stole two metal racks, a longboard skateboard, a helmet, two CDs out of the car and a handheld vacuum, a total loss of $375.


Car theft

A 39-year-old man told police his car was stolen sometime overnight into Oct. 15 from an apartment complex parking lot in the 1300 block of 10 Street NW.


Movie money trouble

A couple dudes got the police called on them the night of Oct. 13 after they tried to buy food at the McDonald’s in the 1100 block of Silver Lake Road with a film prop $20 bill that clearly had “MOTION PICTURES PURPOSES” printed on it.


Stolen trailer

A 53-year-old man told police Oct. 12 that someone stole his trailer from a construction site in 100 block of Silver Lake Road sometime overnight. The trailer contained a load of tools and equipment, including amps, sub speakers, GPS units, saws, toolboxes, jacks and drills, a $3,700 loss.




Package theft

A 37-year-old woman told police Oct. 12 someone lifted a package from her front step at her home in the 4300 block of Vivian Lane.


Wallet theft

A 45-year-old man told police the evening of Oct. 13 someone somehow got into his locked locker at the Shoreview Community Center in the 4500 block of Victoria Street and stole his wallet.



St. Anthony

BB shots

An employee at Totally Tan in the 3900 block of Silver Lake Road told police Oct. 1 she found what looked like a BB or pellet hole in one of the business’s windows, though it was unclear when it might have been hit.


Bizarre burglary

A 34-year-old woman told police Oct. 7 someone entered her unlocked garage in the 2800 block of Silver Lane and stole the catalytic converter from her vehicle, along with a car jack, a loss of roughly $165. Thieves will sell the exhaust system part, and likely the jack, too, to unscrupulous scrap metal collectors.


Check to crash

Officers headed to the Walgreens in the 3700 block of Silver Lake Road Oct. 7 to perform a welfare check on two people slumped over in a vehicle. As police showed up the car sped out of the parking lot, driving so recklessly that officers chose not to pursue it. The car crashed at 37th Avenue and Filmore Street in between Minneapolis and Columbia Heights, and the people in it ran off. One of the passengers got away but police nabbed the 28-year-old woman who’d been driving the car. She had an Anoka County felony warrant for drug possession. Inside the car was a large amount of methamphetamine, THC and fentanyl, along with credit cards in various names and six cell phones. The woman complained of pain and was taken to the hospital. The case was turned over to the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office for charges of felony drug possession and felony fleeing police in a motor vehicle.


Criminal sexual conduct

A 30-year-old man told police Oct. 1 he was sexually assaulted when he was 5 years old and living in St. Anthony by his then teenage female babysitter. The case is pending further investigation.


Game fraud

A 60-year-old man told police Oct. 3 his wallet had been stolen in Blaine, and the thief had apparently used his credit cards at the St. Anthony Game Stop in he 2700 block of 39th Avenue for $1,225.48 in purchases. Police watched security footage showing possible suspects and the case is pending further investigation.


Smash, nothing to grab, run

Security footage from Oct. 7 at the SuperAmerica in the 3200 block of Stinson Boulevard showed two men smash the business’s front door, attempt to get into the safe and then run off when they couldn’t. Police responded to the building’s alarm and the area was searched with the help of a Roseville k9 officer, but the two got away, apparently with nothing, per store employees. The cost to fix the door wasn’t known at the time of the police report.





Assaults were reported:

• Oct. 15 in the 1900 block of County Road D



Thefts were reported:

• Oct. 15 at Har Mar Mall

• Oct. 15 in the 700 block of Grandview Avenue

• Oct. 15 in the 3000 block of Old Highway 8

• Oct. 15 at Kohl’s

• Oct. 15 at Target

• Oct. 15 at Rosedale Center


Shoplifting was reported:

• Oct. 15 at Rosedale Center

• Oct. 15 at Har Mar Mall



Driving while intoxicated was reported:

• Oct. 15 in the 2700 block of Snelling Avenue


Disorderly Conduct

Disorderly conduct was reported:

• Oct. 15 at Key Inn & Suites

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