Sunday, Feb. 19
Officers assisted at a medical call on Heidelberg Lane.
A construction crew, siding a home on Red Oak Lane, was advised of the noise ordinance.
A caller reported a vehicle struck mailboxes along Westwood Drive and left the scene. Parts left at the scene led officers to a suspect vehicle. The driver, a 53-year-old Mound female was cited for hit and run.
An ATV rider on Forest Court was advised he was on private property, after a complaint was received.
A 45-year-old St. Bonifacius woman was arrested after it was determined she left her 2-year-old child home alone.
A complaint was received of a dirt bike being driven along County Road 15. Juveniles were advised of the city ordinance.
Monday, Feb. 20
Someone forced their way into an unoccupied home on Wildwood Avenue during the day, and took an estimated $1200 in change.
Officers responded to a medical call on Yellowstone Trail.
Tuesday, Feb. 21
A suspicious vehicle was reported on Sunnybrook Lane. It was found to be a worker waiting for an appointment.
A 29-year-old Wayzata male was arrested on a felony warrant.
Wednesday, Feb. 22
Officers checked on an occupied vehicle at the Little Long Lake landing. A 35-year-old Minnetonka male was cited for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
A Minnetrista woman reported she received a bill for the use of 7 I-phones that were fraudulently purchased with her information in New Jersey.
A suspicious vehicle was reported on Kennedy Memorial Drive.
An abandoned vehicle was reported on Kennedy Memorial Drive.
Officers responded to a medical at the high school.
A motorist traveling on County Road 110N was believed to have a warrant. The 36-year-old Plymouth male was stopped and arrested for DUI and was jailed on his warrant.
Thursday, Feb. 23
Two suspicious vehicles were reported in the Klein Bank parking lot after hours. Officers identified both
Friday, Feb. 24
A driver was cited for driving his overweight truck on Dutch Lake Drive.
Officers checked the welfare of a St. Bonifacius woman after a caller reported a concern.
A suspicious occupied parked vehicle was reported along Kings Point Road. Officers identified the occupants.
Officers responded to a domestic dispute on Main Street.
Saturday, Feb. 25
An unoccupied vehicle parked on County Road 44 was impounded for safety reasons.
Officers were requested to check the welfare of a female resident in Minnetrista. Shortly after leaving, they were asked to return and the female was voluntarily admitted to the hospital.
Officers responded to a medical on Williams Lane.
Officers responded to a medical on Trista Lane.
A fire call was received on County Road 110W. The residents reported smoke was filling the house from a portable fish house on fire in the garage. It was determined that a battery from the depth finder was the source of the fire. A male was treated for smoke inhalation.
Suspicious activity was reported on Painter Road.