Minnetrista/St. Boni Police Report: July 30 to Aug. 5

Sunday, July 30
Officers assisted a resident on Hardscrabble Circle who had fallen in her home.
Officers checked on an occupied vehicle on Wildwood Avenue. The Waconia male stated he pulled over to rest.
Two occupants were found sleeping in their vehicle behind a business on Highway 7. The 19-year-old male driver from Georgia, was cited for Underage Drinking and Driving.
A trespasser was reported on Painters Creek Drive. Officers met with the suspect.

Monday, July 31
Officers responded to a medical call on Williams Lane.
A purse valued at $30 and clothes and household items were stolen from a vehicle in an open garage along Fox Trail.
Officers checked the welfare of children at a residence on Games Drive. They were fine.
A Minnetrista resident reported someone reported her credit card was lost and had a new one sent to Houston, Texas.
A resident on Halstead Avenue reported he found paintballs in his yard.
A Rolex watch valued at $9000 was reported missing from a home on Maplecrest Drive. The owner later reported finding the item.

Tuesday, Aug. 1
A loose dog complaint was reported on Kennedy Memorial Drive.
Several boats were broken into at a business along Steiner Street.
Officers responded to a medical call on Williams Lane.
A child protection concern was reported in Minnetrista.
A 43-year-old Minnetrista male was arrested for domestic assault at his home.

Wednesday, Aug. 2
Officers dealt with a civil matter on Orchard Cove.
A wallet, found on County Road 92, was turned in and was then returned to its owner who had lost it after placing it on top of his vehicle.
Officers responded to a medical at the Mound Westonka High School.
The violation of a Conditional Use Permit is being reviewed on Game Farm Circle.
A nuisance yard was reported on Sunnybrook Circle.
A semi driver struck a telephone wire on Lotus Drive, causing it to fall across the road.
Officers responded to a medical alarm on Halstead Drive.

Thursday, Aug. 3
Officers checked on a male seen walking in various locations throughout the night. The 26-year-old was found to be lost and intoxicated. He was transported to his home in Spring Park by an assisting agency.
Officers responded to a medical call on Baycliffe Drive.
Officers and Centerpoint Energy responded to a gas odor on Merganser Drive. There was no detection of gas in the home.

Friday, Aug. 4
A St. Boni male reported someone had his cell phone switched from T-Mobile to Verizon. He also found a credit card had been applied for using his name.
Officers conducted a welfare check on Games Drive.
Officers responded to a medical call on Morningview Court.
Officers responded to a medical call on Hardscrabble Road.
A car alarm was sounding in a garage along Glacier Road. The owners were located, were out of town and had no way to shut it off.

Saturday, Aug. 5
A 30-year-old male from Silver Lake was stopped for a moving violation on Highway 7 and was arrested for DUI.