Minnetrista/St. Boni Police Report: Sept. 18 to Sept. 24

Sunday, Sept 18
A suspicious person was reported at a St. Bonifacius business.
Officers responded to a medical in Minnetrista.

Monday, Sept 19
A burglary call on Tower Street was unsubstantiated.
Debris dumped along County Road 26 was removed.
Officers met with parties involved in a neighbor dispute on Tower Street.
Suspicious activity was reported on Trillium Lane.
The smell of something burning was reported along Kennedy Memorial Drive.

Tuesday, Sept 20
Suspicious vehicle occupants were met with on Highland Road. They were stargazing.
A Minnetrista motorist struck a deer on Highway 7. She was not injured.
A welfare check was conducted on a male at the Lions’ Park.
A welfare check was requested on a St Bonifacius resident.
A nuisance yard was reported on Manor Drive.
A complaint was received of a loud ATV being driven down Hunter’s Trail and Games Drive.
A resident on Fox Drive was advised to keep her dogs from barking excessively after a complaint was received.
Officers responded to a medical issue in Minnetrista.

Wednesday, Sept 21
A firework complaint was reported on Lakeview Drive.
Mailboxes along the 5100 block of County Road 151 were struck by a vehicle and damaged. A driver was identified and repairs will be made.
Officers responded to a 911 hang-up call on Lythrum Way. There was no emergency.

Thursday, Sept 22
A child custody issue was reported in St. Bonifacius.
Suspicious activity was reported on the 9000 block of Partridge Road.
Officers assisted a women who had fallen in a Minnetrista home.
Officers mediated a situation between two parties along Games Trail.
A suspicious vehicle was reportedly seen on the 8500 block of Woodland Curve.
A loud music complaint was received on Tower Street.

Friday, Sept 23
A 29-year-old Minneapolis male was arrested for domestic assault on the 4000 block of Tower Street.
Officers investigated a narcotics concern in Minnetrista.

Saturday, Sept 24
A Tower Street resident was cited for disorderly conduct after numerous complaints of loud music were received.
A male in St. Boni reported he was threatened over the phone.
Two vehicles collided at the County Road 110 extension. A Wisconsin female was cited for failing to yield to traffic.
Boys were ding-dong ditching at houses along Trillium Lane. Officers talked with a large group of boys that were involved.