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Bounce house slashed in Mounds View
Submitted by jholub on Thu, 09/04/2014 - 12:00am
Bulletin Area police reports week of Sept. 3, 2014, for Arden Hills, Mounds View, New Brighton, North Oaks, St. Anthony, Shoreview and Vadnais Heights
Teens were yelling and arguing outside a trailer home the evening of Aug. 25, when the 18-year-old girlfriend began punching the 18-year-old boyfriend in the head. He called 911. The Mounds View woman was arrested on pending charges of fifth-degree assault, domestic assault and disorderly conduct and booked at the Ramsey County Jail.
A 37-year-old Spring Lake Park man was arrested the night of Aug. 14 on County Hwy. 10 and County Road H and charged with driving after license cancellation-inimical to public safety, a gross-misdemeanor alcohol-related B-card violation, fourth degree DWI, expired registration, no proof of insurance, and an obstructed license plate. He was booked at the jail.
Following an Aug. 17 traffic stop in the 5000 block of Old Hwy. 8 N.W., a local woman had trouble explaining why she was driving a stolen '99 Toyota Corolla. The suspect was also charged with driving after license revocation and possession of a meth pipe. The 19-year-old was booked at the jail.
Collected by the thief
Collectable Disney figurines valued at $300 went missing from an unlocked shed Aug. 19 in the 3000 block of Ardmore Avenue.
Bouncy house blues
Thirty U.S. children are treated in emergency rooms each day due to bounce house injuries. They collide, knock heads, fall out onto the ground, and now there's a slasher, at least in one bouncy house that was rented for a function Aug. 17 on County Hwy. 10 and returned slashed. No injuries, No suspects.
Thieves, now in possession of $35,000 worth of sophisticated laser mapping system and surveying equipment, probably don't realize what they've stolen. The computerized instruments went missing overnight Aug. 14 from a construction site in the 3000 block of Woodale Drive. Pawn shops have been alerted.
A pair of boys estimated to be 16 or 17 years old flirted with establishing criminal records by each stealing a $3 ice cream bar Aug. 19 and fleeing a gas station in the 2700 block of County Hwy. 10.
An officer stopped a driver on Long Lake Road Aug. 22 that he suspected was impaired after she committed a severe swerve. She just snuck under the legal limit with a .06 proof BAC: the license however, was another matter. The 46-year-old local's license had been cancelled-inimical to public safety. The vehicle she was swerving in belonged to a friend in Blaine. When that 45-year-old was asked if he knew his New Brighton friend had a cancelled license, he said he did. The woman was booked at the jail on a charge of gross-misdemeanor DAC-IPS. The man was mailed a citation for allowing an unlicensed driver to drive.
A man was arrested Aug. 13 at a service station in the 2700 block of Kenzie Terrace and charged with felony possession of a controlled substance. All evidence was seized and the 29-year-old was booked at the Hennepin County Jail.
Curfew violators recently rounded up as the summer winds down included two 14-year-old girls and two boys ages 14 and 16. The four were cited Aug. 15 in the 3700 block of Foss Road. The 14-year-old boy was also charged with underage possession of tobacco. Parents were asked to come and pick up their children.
Everything but the kitchen sink
A driver was pulled over Aug. 11 at 37th Avenue N.E. and Harding Street because of a cracked windshield and obstructed plates. The 26-year-old man was also cited for no valid license, no proof of insurance, failure to transfer vehicle title and illegal operation of a vehicle.
A suspect offered a credit card Aug. 16 for merchandise at a drugstore in the 3700 block of Silver Lake Road but it was flagged by the computer as stolen and the suspect made tracks. An investigation continues.
A West Armour Terrace resident went to bed the night of August 13 with two kayaks strapped to the top of her vehicle. When she awoke the next morning, only one was left. The loss was estimated at $600.
When a deputy observed a vehicle without a front plate pull into a gas station at Lexington Avenue near County Road E and begin to fill up Aug. 23, he stopped as well to run the rear plate, quickly learning that the driver had a suspended license. Next, the suspect drove off without paying for the gas valued at $55. The deputy pulled the man over and arrested him for theft and driving after license suspension. The 26-year-old White Bear Lake man was booked at the jail.
It started well. The son, age 42, was in the process of moving out of dad's place Aug. 26 when he backed the trailer into the garage door. Unpleasantries were exchanged and the son hit dad, age 67, with a hose, knocking him to the ground. The forces of justice were soon on the scene and the son was booked into the jail on a misdemeanor domestic assault charge.
Relationship issues II
When the late-night Aug. 24 argument with his 16-year-old girlfriend turned into a threat to kill her and then himself, she called 911. The 18-year-old White Bear Lake man was booked at the jail on pending charges of domestic assault, fifth-degree assault and disorderly conduct.
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