Police Reports - Ramsey Co. - Maplewood Review

Mon
10
Feb

Police release name of mother who allegedly shot adult daughter in leg in North St. Paul


Police from multiple agencies fanned out across the neighborhood in search of a suspect involved in a shooting in an apartment at 2345 11th Ave. in North St. Paul. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Police are searching for Tonya Hale Raleigh, 35, of North St. Paul, who allegedly shot her 18-year-old daughter in the leg early Sunday at a North St. Paul apartment.

The North St. Paul Police Department on Monday, Feb. 10, released the name of a suspect in a shooting that occurred early Sunday.
Monday afternoon, police were actively searching for Tonya Hale Raleigh, 35, of North St. Paul, for allegedly shooting her 18-year-old daughter in the leg after they argued, according to North St. Paul police Capt. Dustin Nikituk. He said the victim was hospitalized in stable condition.

Thu
19
Dec

Tartan students involved in stabbing incident

Tartan High School was locked down the afternoon of Friday, Dec. 13, after two male students, both sophomores, were involved in an altercation near the campus in which one student was stabbed in the leg and another was slashed in the hand.

Thu
12
Dec

Maplewood Police work with businesses on crime suppression

As a way of proactively working to reduce calls for service, assist in the reduction of theft-related loss to individuals and businesses, and to increase a sense of community safety, the Maplewood Police Department will launch its 2013 Holiday Crime Suppression Effort.

Thu
05
Dec

With one lead, Maplewood police still trying to identify burglary suspect

The Maplewood Police Department is still trying to identify a burglary suspect shown in surveillance footage prying a safe off a countertop at a senior-living facility in early November.
Police released videos of the incident recently, asking for the public's help in identifying a man who stole a safe full of keys for room doors and storage cabinets at The Homestead at Maplewood, 1890 Sherren Ave., around 2 a.m. Nov. 7.
Upon seeing the released footage, police received a notice from the Edina Police Department that a safe was recovered that might have been the one taken from Homestead, according to Maplewood Deputy Chief Dave Kvam.

Wed
04
Dec

Maplewood police may drop D.A.R.E.

Maplewood may totally cut its more than 20-year-old D.A.R.E. program.
The Maplewood Police Department presented a potential replacement that would continue to build relationships between cops and students to the Maplewood City Council on Nov. 25.

Tue
03
Dec

North St. Paul police wait for fingerprint analysis from hoax bomb

Nearly three weeks after a report of a suspicious package evacuated a block of commercial buildings in downtown North St. Paul, triggering a visit from the St. Paul Bomb Squad to investigate and dismantle the "hoax device," police officers are waiting for fingerprints to be analyzed in their search for who may have

Fri
22
Nov

Maplewood police hopes public can identify burglary suspect

The Maplewood Police Department is asking for the public’s help identifying a burglary suspect shown in a video prying a safe off a counter top at a senior-living facility in early November.
The male suspect stole a safe that contained various keys for room doors and storage cabinets at The Homestead at Maplewood, 1890 Sherren Ave., around 2 a.m. on Nov. 7.

Thu
21
Nov

Maplewood police close case against Oakdale priest

 

Nearly two years after a priest at an Oakdale Catholic church accepted a $120,000 check from an elderly man, the Maplewood Police Department ended the criminal investigation against him where no charges were ever filed.

Thu
14
Nov

Bomb squad: North St. Paul downtown block evacuated due to 'hoax device'


North St. Paul police cleaned up the blown-up hoax device on Thursday, after the St. Paul Police Department Bomb Squad gave the all clear just after 2 p.m. (photos by Kaitlyn Roby/Review)

Due to a report of a suspicious package in front of Luther Auctions, North St. Paul firefighters block off East Seventh Avenue at Margaret Street, in preparation for the St. Paul bomb squad. The bomb squad determined it was a hoax device.

A member of the St. Paul bomb squad examines a possible improvised explosive device, later deemed a hoax, on Thursday in front of Luther Auctions in North St. Paul.

Buildings were evacuated and streets were blocked.

An evidence bag, containing wires, a container and other items that made up something the St. Paul bomb squad deemed a hoax device, which was made to resemble a bomb and left on the sidewalk in front of Luther Auctions in North St. Paul.

The St. Paul bomb squad blew up a “hoax device” Thursday in North St. Paul, after rescue personnel evacuated a block of downtown buildings and blocked off East Seventh Street.
North St. Paul police received a report of a suspicious package next to a trash can in front of Luther Auctions at 2556 E. Seventh Ave., just after noon.

Thu
14
Nov

Breaking: North St. Paul city block cleared out by report of suspicious package; bomb squad called


(Kaitlyn Roby/Review ‏@KRobyNews)

Police blocked off East Seventh Avenue from Margaret to Charles Street a little after noon Wednesday on a report of a suspicious package. Police went door-to-door evacuating shoppers, diners and business owners and called in the St. Paul Bomb Squad. (Holly Wenzel / Review photo)

North St. Paul fire/police blocked off 7th Ave at Margaret St. Reportedly a suspicious package being investigated (Kaitlyn Roby/Review ‏@KRobyNews)

North St. Paul police and fire blocked off East Seventh Avenue from Margaret to Charles Street, after receiving a report that an abandoned bag in front of Luther Auctions might contain hazardous materials. They evacuated everyone working or shopping in the vicinity, including the students from the District 622 program housed at Keindel's Korner. (Holly Wenzel / Review photo)

North St. Paul firefighters gathered in front of La Garage and Gallery Wednesday around 12:30 p.m., waiting for the St. Paul Bomb Squad to look over a package in front of Luther Auctions next door. (Holly Wenzel / Review photo)

A little after noon Thursday, shoppers, diners and business proprieters were surprised as North St. Paul squad cars blocked "Main Street," East Seventh Avenue, for a full city block.
Squads with flashing lights parked across the intersections at Margaret and Charles streets and officers went from door to door telling patrons and owners alike they had to evacuate.

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