Minnetrista/St. Boni Police Report: April 2 to April 8

Sunday, April 2
An ATV complaint was reported on the trail near Bayside Lane.
A fireworks complaint was received on Tower Street.
Officers responded to a medical on County Road 110N.
A motorist in a black truck was reportedly damaging the gravel portion of Game Farm Road.
Officers were requested to check the welfare of a male on Pheasant Crossing. He was not home but was located and was fine.

Monday, April 3
Officers talked with the driver of a suspicious vehicle on Nike Road.
A resident on Lee Road reported he is missing some medication.
A vehicle was located in the ditch in the 8200 block of County Road 26. Officers were able to find the driver who had swerved to avoid a deer. She was not injured.

Tuesday, April 4
Officers responded to a medical on Park Avenue.
Officers responded to a medical on Tuxedo Road.
Earbuds were reported stolen from a locker room at the high school.
A St Boni woman believes someone put an unknown substance in her gas tank.
Officers responded to a 911 hang-up call on Halstead Drive. It was found to be accidental.

Wednesday, April 5
A Financial Exploitation of a Vulnerable Adult case is being investigated in St Bonifacius.
Officers assisted with a juvenile out of control in St Bonifacius.
Officers responded to a medical on Kings Point Road.
A St Boni resident reported someone tried to scam her out of $5000 through a friend’s hacked Facebook page.
A 911 hang-up call on Halstead Drive was found to be accidental.

Thursday, April 6
Officers responded to a medical on Saunders Lake Drive.
Officers were notified by a resident on County Road 19 that a woman was lurking in the woods behind her home. She was placed on a welfare hold.
A barking dog complaint was reported on West Cove Lane. The owner was advised.

Friday, April 7
A purse, valued at $700, and its contents were stolen out of a vehicle on County Road 44 and a credit card had been used in Eden Prairie. The victim was later contacted by a Mound resident who had found some of her items in Lake Minnetonka.
Officers were requested to check the welfare of a male in Minnetrista.
A small fire along Deer Creek Road was extinguished by the land owner after a complaint was received.
A resident on Bandy Lane reported someone put a substance, possibly super glue, in the lock on her house door.

Saturday, April 8
Officers located the owner of a reported abandoned vehicle on Games Trail.
Officers conducted a welfare check on a St Boni female. She was then arrested on a felony warrant.
Officers intervened in a domestic situation on Walnut Drive.
Officers responded to a medical on Grimm Road.
A child protection concern was reported in St. Bonifacius.
A 45-year-old bicyclist crashed his bike on a bike path along Highway 7, causing him to fall and injure his arm.