Minnetrista/St. Boni Police Report: Feb. 26 to March 4

Sunday, Feb. 26
A 13-year-old St Boni female was reported as a runaway. She was located and cited.
A 29-year-old male was found to be trespassing at an address on Tower Street. Charges are pending.

Monday, Feb. 27
A Minnetrista resident reported someone used her credit card information to purchase a fishing reel for $251 from a sporting goods store on the same date she made a valid purchase at that store.
Suspicious activity was reported on Tower Street.
A 10-year-old child was out of control in his St. Bonifacius home. He was calmed.
Vulnerable adult information was received on a St. Bonifacius resident.

Tuesday, Feb. 28
A BMX bike found along County Road 15 was inventoried.
Officers responded to a medical call on County Road 110N.
Officers were requested to check the welfare of a 5-year-old St. Boni female who had left her house and showed up at a nearby home.
A Minnetrista motorist swerved to avoid a dog on Hunters Trail, causing him to strike the curb, damaging his wheel.

Wednesday, March 1
A parking complaint was received on Game Farm Road.
A suspicious woman was reported walking along Hunters Trail. She was identified by officers.
A Minnetrista resident found her account was charged for 3 I-phones which she did not purchase.
A child abuse case is being investigated in St Bonifacius.
A daytime burglary was reported in the 8600 block of Hillside Avenue. A window had been broken to gain entry. Jewelry valued at $2000 was stolen.
A child abuse case is being investigated in Minnetrista.

Thursday, March 2
An infant was bitten by a dog on Red Oak Lane, causing minor injury.
Officers responded to a medical on Woodedge Road.
Officers responded to a medical on County Road 26.

Friday, March 3
A motorist was found sleeping in his car on Meadowview Terrace just before 2am. He stated he just parked there and must have fallen asleep while on his phone.
The windshield wiper on a vehicle parked at the high school was damaged. A suspect was identified and said it was just a prank. He offered to pay for damages.
Officers mediated a civil issue in St. Boni.
Juveniles were ding-dong-ditching on Saunders Lake Drive. One juvenile was located. He was advised to stop and relay that message to his friends.

Saturday, March 4
A barking dog complaint was reported on Saunders Lake Drive.
Officers were called to a medical on Burl Oaks Court.