Sunday, March 3

A 55-year-old Chaska male was cited for driving without a Minnesota driver’s license.

The snowmobile and trailer stolen from Minnetrista recently were recovered in Wright County. Suspects were identified.

Monday, March 4

The truck stolen from Minnetrista recently was recovered in Watertown. Suspects were identified and charges are pending.

A welfare check was requested in a juvenile in Minnetrista.

A child protection concern was reported in Minnetrista.

Tuesday, March 5

A motorist was exiting a parking lot on Tower Street when another vehicle slid into him. One party was hospitalized.

Officers responded to a domestic situation on Reed Road.

A motorist reported a red Chevrolet pick-up was speeding and driving on the shoulder of County Road 92.

Officers assisted a Minnetrista male who had fallen in his home.

An abandoned snowmobile was left near 9300 Highway 7. The owner was located and said it had broken down. He will retrieve it.

A loud music complaint was reported on Tower Street. It was not heard upon officer arrival.

Wednesday, March 6

A welfare check was requested on an adult Minnetrista male. He was fine.

Officers and St Boni Fire responded to a fire alarm on Wildwood Avenue. It appears to have been due to a battery issue.

Thursday, March 7

A Coon Rapids male was stopped on Kings Point Road and was cited for Driving after Revocation.

A Brooklyn Park male was stopped on Kings Point Road and was cited for driving without a Minnesota license.

A Hugo male was stopped on Woodland Cove Parkway and was cited for Driving after Suspension.

A child protection concern was reported in St Bonifacius.

Suspicious men were reported in the 4100 block of Main Street.

Two motorist sideswiped each other when merging after the round-about at Highway 7 and Kings Point Road, resulting in minor damage.

Officers located an unoccupied vehicle running in a lot in the 8200 block of Highway 7. They made contact with the owner.

Friday, March 8

A loud music complaint was reported on Tower Street just after 3am.

Officers responded to a medical call on Game Farm Road.

A 14-year-old female was found to have an electronic delivery device at the high school.

A 13-year-old female was found to have an electronic delivery device at the high school.

A concerned caller reported kids riding motorbikes without helmets along Wildwood Avenue. They were gone upon the officer’s arrival.

A neighbor dispute on Centennial Avenue was mediated.

Saturday, March 9

Two teenagers were seen walking along County Road 110W after curfew. They were found to have consumed alcohol and were cited.

A caller reported hearing shots in the area of County Road 92 and the Dakota Trail. Officers checked the area.

Officers responded to a fire alarm on Cottagewood Court and found it was due to a weak battery.

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