Minnetrista/St.Boni Police Report

Sunday, Aug. 27
Two unoccupied vehicles were checked on along County Road 110W.
A suspicious male was reported along Fox Trail. Officers were unable to locate anyone.
A hunting complaint was received from Kings Point Road.
A parking complaint was received from Halstead Drive.
Officers responded to a residential alarm along Elk Circle. An adult relative was found at the home who was not supposed to be there. He was advised to leave.
A suspicious male was reported along Trails End Circle. Officers located the individual and found he was suffering from dementia. A relative arrived on scene and took custody of the male.
Officers responded to a medical along Palmer Pointe Road.
Monday, Aug. 28
Officers conducted a welfare check on a St. Bonifacius female. She was fine.
A loose dog complaint was reported on Elmwood Circle.
A Victoria male was cited for looking at his cell phone while driving.
A motorist was westbound on Highway 7 near Highland Road when she entered the ditch for several yards and then came back up into the traffic lane when her car became disabled. The 22-year-old driver was cited for failing to drive with due care.
Officers received a request from an Iowa police department to advise a St Bonifacius resident to stop calling a family in Iowa.
A Minnetrista male struck a deer in the 7200 block of County Road 15. No one was injured.

Tuesday, Aug. 29
A vulnerable adult abuse report was received.
Officers responded to a medical call on County Road 15.
Officers responded to a medical call on Maplecrest Drive.
Officers conducted a welfare check on Tower Street in St Bonifacius after a caller reported a dog howling for days. The dog was found to be in the apartment alone but had food and water and was healthy.
Suspicious activity was reported on Minneapolis Avenue.
Officers conducted a lift assist on Wildwood Avenue.
A child pulled a fire alarm in an apartment building on Tower Street which led to an altercation between the child’s parent and another tenant.
A suspicious person was reported on Preserve Boulevard.
Officers found an open door along Steiner Street and found it to be occupied by a juvenile female. There was no problem.

Wednesday, Aug. 30
A red Toyota was reportedly swerving on County Road 110 near Highland Road.
A St Bonifacius mother reported her 15-year-old daughter as a runaway, but she located her shortly thereafter.
Officers responded to a medical on Minneapolis Avenue.
A violation of a Domestic Abuse No Contact Order was reported in Minnetrista.
Officers responded to a medical call on Crosby Court.
A 17-year-old Minnetrista male was reported as a runaway.
Officers met with a hitch-hiker along Main Street.
Officers responded to a fight between male and female acquaintances. The parties were separated and assault charges are pending.

Thursday, Aug. 31
Officers responded to a disturbance on Partridge Road. One person locked another out of the home.
A Woodbury male was cited for driving after suspension on Kings Point Road.
Officers responded to a medical call on Heidelberg Lane.
A Mound motorist struck a deer on County Road 15 near Dutchview Road. He was not injured.
Officers responded to a fire alarm on Tower Street. There was no fire.