Sunday, March 19
Occupants of a suspicious vehicle at the Little Long Lake landing were advised the park was closed.
A loud music complaint was reported on Westwood Avenue at 7:20 am.
Officers responded to a medical call on Merrywood Lane.
Monday, March 20
Officers responded to a medical call on Tower Street.
It was reported that a motorist in a white sedan was stopping at mailboxes. He was found to be distributing flyers.
A Minnetrista motorist struck a deer on County Road 26 causing minor damage to his vehicle.
Tuesday, March 21
Officers located and assisted in the apprehension of an adult male suspect who was wanted for a weapons violation that had just occurred in another city.
Wednesday, March 22
A loose cow on Highway 7 was retrieved by its owner.
Officers and St Boni Fire responded to a grass fire along County Road 110W.
A St Bonifacius woman reported a male requested to use her catering service but wanted her to give him money and said he would reimburse her for that amount plus her services. She did not agree to this and is out no money. It was believed to be a scam.
A child protection concern was reported in Minnetrista.
Thursday, March 24
An adult male reported he was assaulted by his roommate on Kennedy Memorial Drive, but did not want to press charges. There was an Order to Apprehend and Detain on the reporting party for which he was then jailed.
Officers stopped a 40-year-old Excelsior woman on Highway 7 for having an outstanding warrant. She was able to post bail.
A child protection case is being investigated in St. Bonifacius.
Homeowners and movers got into an argument on Dutch Lake Court. The situation was mediated.
A civil matter over property was reported on Clarence Avenue.
A Minnetrista male reported someone used the information on his debit card to make a purchase of $136 from Walmart.com. The items were being shipped to an address in Iowa.
Two motorists collided in the 8700 block of Highway 7. A female driver received minor injuries.
A St Boni motorist struck a deer on Highland Road. She was not injured.
Juveniles were reportedly lurking around houses after 10pm along Games Drive.
Friday, March 25
Officers and paramedics checked on an infant who fell off of a couch at a home in St. Boni.