Albertville Fire

Sunday, July 12

96th Street NE, Otsego: Smoke detector activation due to malfunction.

57th Street NE, Albertville: Dispatched and canceled en route.

Monday, July 13

Jason Ave. NE, Albertville: EMS call, excluding vehicle accident with injury.

Tuesday, July 14

Kassel Ave. NE, Albertville: EMS call, excluding vehicle accident with injury.

Thursday, July 16

73rd Street NE, Otsego: Smoke detector activation due to malfunction.

Main Ave. NE, Albertville: EMS call, excluding vehicle accident with injury.

Friday, July 17

Lamplight Drive NE, Albertville: EMS call, excluding vehicle accident with injury.

73rd Street NE, Otsego: EMS call, excluding vehicle accident with injury.

Saturday, July 18

Main Ave. NE, Albertville: Dispatched & canceled en route.

67th Street NE, Albertville: Alarm system sounded due to malfunction.

Kalland Ave. NE, Albertville: EMS call, excluding vehicle accident with injury.

Lannon Ave. NE, Albertville: EMS call, excluding vehicle accident with injury.

Corcoran Police

Items are selected from reports made to the Corcoran Police Department and are not intended to provide a comprehensive picture of all services provided by the Corcoran Police Department.

Personal Injury / Property Damage Accident/Incident

The department reported a personal injury accident Monday, July 6, at 4:15 p.m. in the area of County Road 30 and Oakdale Drive Vehicle No. 1 was westbound on County Road 30. Vehicle No. 2 was stopped for the stop sign southbound at Oakdale Drive and County Road 30. Vehicle No. 2 made a left turn in front of vehicle No. 1.

Medicals

The department responded to a medical emergency Monday, July 6, at 10:07 a.m. in the 7900 block of Eagle Ridge Road. The officers assisted paramedics/ambulance.

The department responded to a medical emergency Tuesday, July 7, at 10:20 a.m. in the 6300 block of Pioneer Trail. The officers assisted paramedics/ambulance.

The department responded to a medical emergency Wednesday, July 8, at 7:35 p.m. in the 9000 block of Brandywine Road. The officers assisted paramedics/ambulance.

The department responded to a medical emergency Saturday, July 11 at 7:21 p.m. in the 22900 block of County Road 50. The officers assisted paramedics/ambulance.

Miscellaneous

The department responded to a report of a civil matter Monday, July 6, at 10:43 a.m. in the 7800 block of Maple Hill Road. The reporting party stated their neighbors were arguing and screaming at each other. Officers arrived on scene and found they were arguing over property that was being used for payment. The parties were advised to stay away from each other.

The department responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle Monday, July 6, at 7:05 p.m. in the 19300 block of Schutte Road. The reporting party stated there was a vehicle stopped on the street. It was an old Crown Victoria with a damaged bumper and was occupied with three people. The vehicle had left the area before officers arrived on scene.

The department responded to a report of fireworks Monday, July 6, at 9:35 p.m. in the area of Hackamore Circle and Hackamore Road. The reporting party stated someone is setting off fireworks. The officer arrived in the area and did not hear any fireworks being shot off in the immediate area at that time. The officer spoke with a couple of neighbors that denied setting off fireworks.

The department responded to a report of a suspicious act Thursday, July 9, at 2:44 p.m. in the 21600 block of Larkin Road. The reporting party stated there was a vehicle with juveniles nearby. The juveniles told the reporting party they were waiting for a friend. The vehicle and juveniles were gone on the officer’s arrival.

The department responded to a report of a suspicious act Friday, July 10, at noon in the 7800 block of Maple Hill Road. The reporting party stated there is a silver vehicle that parks in the park at different locations between noon and 1 p.m. The officer advised there is a vehicle that registers to a resident that lives in the park.

The department responded to a report of a threat Friday, July 10, at 2:53 p.m. in the 7700 block of Corcoran Trail. The reporting party stated they were Snap Chatting with someone and the conversation turned to a sexual nature, the reporting party stated they did not do that and blocked the person. The person had threatened to show up at their workplace and home. The reporting party was advised to contact 911 if an unwanted person shows up at either place.

The department responded to a report of a suspicious act Friday, July 10, at 10:10 p.m. in the 7800 block of Maple Hill Road. The reporting party stated there were two unknown people with flashlights on their heads walking around vacant houses. The officer arrived on scene and found a male working on a vehicle. He said that he and a friend had walked around a house to look at a raccoon. Nothing appeared taken or damaged.

The department responded to a report of a narcotics complaint Saturday, July 11, at 7:33 p.m. in the area of Trail Haven Road and Oakdale Drive. The reporting party stated there has been suspicious activity occurring in the area and thought it may be related to narcotics. The officer encouraged the reporting party to call 911 the next time they see the vehicle in the area.

Miscellaneous

The department also reported four driving and traffic complaints, 17 traffic citations and violations, one motor vehicle accident, four suspicious activities, two civil disputes, one juvenile complaints, 119 public assists, three alarms, one animal complaint and five assists to other departments.

Hennepin County Sheriff

Corcoran

On July 14, deputy responded to an address in the 6000 block of Brockton Lane to assist Corcoran Police on report of shots heard near a residential area. Deputy provided officer presence while speaking to parties target shooting on their property. Officer and Deputy found resident was within city ordinance for using his own property for target shooting. Deputy cleared call assisted.

On July 15, deputy responded to an address in the 6800 block of Rolling Hills Road to assist Corcoran Police on an alarm. Contact was made with homeowner at residence. False alarm, clear assist.

On July 16, deputy responded to an address in the 21000 block of County Road 30 to assist Corcoran Police with a medical. Male transported by ambulance to area hospital.

On July 18, deputy responded to an address in the 7000 block of Maple Hill Road to assist Corcoran Police with a loud music complaint. Deputy and Corcoran Officer knocked on the door of the residence with the loud music. A male turned off the music and looked out the window, but would not answer the door. Scene was cleared since the music was no longer an issue.

On July 19, deputy responded to an address in the 7000 block of Maple Hill Road to assist Corcoran Police with a domestic assault. One adult male arrested for assault. Report will be sent to city attorney for possible charging.

On July 19, deputy responded to a business in the 7000 block of County Road 116 for a report of suspicious activity. Deputy was approached by a business owner who stated his business cameras went offline and he was concerned. Deputy responded to business with owner. Owner checked the property and stated nothing was out of place and was unsure why the cameras went out. Deputy cleared.

Dayton

On July 17, deputy responded to an address in the 18000 block of Robinson Circle to assist Dayton and Rogers Police on an attempt to locate/welfare check on an adult female. Deputy located the adult female’s daughter in Dayton at the adult female’s boyfriend’s residence. Boyfriend stated he had seen her approximately 1 hour earlier and she appeared to be ok. Deputy assisted in gathering information and provided extra officer presence.

On July 18, deputy responded to a business in the 11000 block of Troy Lane for an alarm. Exterior checked and open door located east side of building. K9 called to assist with search. No one located inside. Building was left secured by Dayton Police.

On July 18, deputy responded to the intersection of County Road 81 and Territorial Road to assist Dayton Police with a pursuit. Pursuit ended when vehicle hit spike sticks. Male was taken into custody by Dayton Police.

Greenfield

On July 13, deputy responded to the intersection of Queen Street and Rebecca Park Trail for a report of vehicles parked in the roadway with people standing around. Deputy checked the area and was unable to locate anything. Deputy cleared call unfounded.

On July 13, deputy responded to the Crow River Canoe Launch to recover a found firearm from the Crow River. Deputy met with reporting party and took custody of the firearm. Deputy gathered information from reporting party. Deputy handed over firearm for processing to investigator. Deputy cleared call report.

On July 15, deputy responded to Central Park for a traffic complaint. City worker complained of vehicle spinning out in parking lot. Adult male given verbal warning and vehicle driven by valid driver.

On July 16, deputy responded to an address in the 9300 block of Scott Street for an alarm call. Call notes stated service door on detached garage, no inside number. Property searched including house, garage and yard. No signs of forced entry, all doors and windows secure. Clear false alarm.

On July 16, deputy responded to an address in the 5100 block of Country Circle for a shots heard call. Reporting Party (RP) heard about 12 shots north east of his property. RP stated this is an ongoing issue with people shooting clay pigeons near his property. Deputy cleared advised.

On July 17, deputy responded to an address in the 5100 block of Country Lane for a possible DWI in Minnetonka. RO vehicle registered to address. Address was checked and reported vehicle was not located. Deputy sat at entrance to development for 20 minutes and vehicle never arrived. Scene cleared.

On July 17, deputy responded to an address in the 8000 block of Highway 55 for a verbal domestic between a father and son. Reporting Party was identified as son. Father stated he no longer wanted son living in the house. Son agreed to stay at a friend’s house and figure out his living arrangement. Son was allowed to grab a few items from the house and left for his friend’s house. Scene cleared without incident.

On July 18, deputy responded to a business in the 8000 block of Commerce Drive for an alarm. Main gate secure upon arrival. Deputy met with key holder and checked building. Open door, no signs of forced entry. False trip.

Medicine Lake

On July 19, deputy responded to a business in the 10700 block of South Shore Drive for an alarm. Alarm company said the alarm shows in back courtyard was open. Key holder arrived and the inside was checked. The business appeared to be secured.

Rockford

On July 13, deputy responded to a business in the 8000 block of Highway 55 for a damage to property report. Deputy spoke with reporting party, witness and registered owner. Deputy took pictures and requested video footage from business.

On July 15, deputy responded to a business in the 8000 block of Highway 55 for a motor vehicle lockout with a dog inside. Deputy responded and found a small dog had locked the doors of the vehicle. While Deputy was attempting to try and get vehicle open, dog stepped on the unlock button and unlocked the doors. Deputy cleared the scene.

On July 15, deputy responded to an address in the 8000 block of County Road 50 for a reported physical domestic. Deputy arrived and spoke with both parties on scene. Both were identified and agreed to go their separate ways for the night. Both parties were intoxicated, female was given a ride home.

On July 17, deputy responded to a business in the 8000 block of Highway 55 for a nuisance report. Business owner called to report items that were thrown into his commercial dumpster behind the building. There were no identification indicators. Owner stated the commercial building owner/landlord will have to pay for waste removal. Owner said he wanted HCSO to have the information in case there were other complaints in the area.

On July 17, deputy responded to an address in the 8000 block of Highway 55 for a report of domestic assault between husband and wife. Both parties hearing impaired. Deputy used writing to communicate with them. No obvious signs of an assault or distress. Both parties stated it was a misunderstanding. Parties advised to call back if they needed any help.

Rogers

On July 16, deputy responded to an address in the 21000 block of Maple Avenue for a medical. Patient placed on hold and transported by ambulance from the scene.

On July 18, deputy responded to an address in the 20000 block of Peony Lane to assist Rogers Police with attempt to locate two minor children reported missing. Rogers officers located children unharmed.

Medina Police

Monday, July 6

Recovered Stolen: A citizen found a purse on the side of the road at the corner Highway 55 and Willow Drive. Learned it was from a burglary in Delano. Returned to owner.

Disturbance: Dispatched to County Road 116 on report of a vehicle following reporting party to their residence over driving conduct. Both parties spoken to about calling police to handle any traffic issues. No threats were made.

Wednesday, July 8

Fraud: Victim came to police department to report Social Security fraud. Victim provided $6,500 in gift card funds to suspect in the 100 block of Albert Street.

Thursday, July 9

Property Damage: During the overnight hours, someone damaged victim’s mailbox post and took the mailbox itself from the 3000 block of Tuckborough Lane.

Theft of Political Signs: Received report of a large political sign stolen from reporting party’s yard in the 1400 block of Hamel Road. No financial loss. Extra patrol requested.

Theft of Political Signs: Received radio call regarding numerous political signs stolen in the city of Medina. Extra patrol requested.

Friday, July 10

Theft of Political Signs: Office received email reporting political sign stolen from reporting party’s yard in the 2600 block of Hamel Road. Extra patrol requested.

Animal Complaint: Dispatched to the 4500 block of Medina Lake Drive on report of a medium-sized animal under a vehicle. Upon arrival it was determined to be a muskrat. Eventually muskrat ran away.

Scam Attempt: Reporting party wanted to report a scam attempt in the 4600 block of Bluebell Trail for money to get their grandson out of prison in Florida. Scammer requested money be placed in a FedEx box and then call back for instructions. Scammer instructed them to not tell anyone or release of grandson would be voided. No loss. Information only.

West Hennepin Public Safety

Friday, July 10

At Vinland Center, 3576 Ihduhapi Trail, report of a person choking. North Memorial EMS were on scene and had assisted the male, who was choking no longer.

Saturday, July 11

In 1900 block of Nelson Road, caller reported that his wife had collapsed, and she was in pain. Caller called back while officer was en route and stated they would self-transport.

At Vinland Center, 3576 Ihduhapi Trail, Vinland reported that a client was told he could not get on the shuttle to go to the store. He threatened to beat up the shuttle driver. Upon arrival the client was calm, understood he had made inappropriate comments and understood he needs to talk to staff if he is having troubles.

Sunday, July 12

In 5300 block of Lake Sarah Heights Drive, report that a vehicle window was shattered. Glass was inside and outside of the vehicle. Officer checked the area and did not find any objects that might have been used to break the window.

Monday, July 13

On Lake Independence, Maple Plain, report that two 13-year-old girls paddle boarding on Lake Independence had lost a paddle. They had not been seen or heard from. The cell phone GPS showed they were on land. While the land area was being searched, a possible sighting of the girls on the lake was reported. A family boating on Lake Independence assisted a Three Rivers Park Officer with use of their boat. They located the girls on the lake, found they were okay and were brought them back to shore.

Wednesday, July 15

At Vinland Center, 3576 Ihduhapi Trail, Vinland reported that a client might be experiencing excited delirium, was hallucinating, hearing voices and wanted to go to the hospital. North Memorial EMS transported the client to the hospital.

Wright County Attorney

Sentencings, July 8-17

Amber Johanna Dayton, 35, of Maple Lake, sentenced on July 8 for gross misdemeanor violation of a no contact order to 365 days jail; 360 days stayed for two years on conditions of probation, serve 5 days jail, undergo a chemical dependency evaluation and follow all recommendations, have no use or possession of alcohol or non-prescription drugs, submit to random testing, complete an anger management program and follow all recommendations, remain medically compliant, abide by any outstanding order for protection/harassment order/no contact order, maintain contact with probation agent, have no same or similar violations. Sentenced for gross misdemeanor violation of a no contact order to 365 days jail; 360 days stayed for two years on conditions of probation, serve 5 days jail, pay $75 public defender co-payment, follow above conditions.

Thomas James Mattheisen, 62, of Maple Plain, sentenced on July 8 for gross misdemeanor third degree DWI to 365 days jail, $100 fine; 361 days stayed for two years on conditions of probation, serve four days jail, pay $100 fine plus surcharges, undergo a chemical dependency assessment and follow all recommendations, have no use or possession of alcohol or non-prescription drugs, submit to random testing, serve 10 days sentence to service, maintain contact with probation agent, have no same or similar violations.

Scott James McCutcheon, 58, of Maple Lake, sentenced on July 10 for gross misdemeanor third degree DWI to 365 days jail, $100 fine; 350 days stayed for three years on conditions of probation, serve 15 days jail, pay $100 fine plus surcharges, have no use or possession of alcohol or non-prescription drugs, submit to random testing, undergo a diagnostic assessment and follow all recommendations, complete the WrightRoad Program, remain medically compliant, serve 15 days on electronic home monitoring, maintain contact with probation agent, have no same or similar violations. Sentenced for probation violations for violent threats to 15 days jail, concurrent.

Zachary Randal Zimmer, 39, of St. Michael, sentenced on July 15 for gross misdemeanor third degree DWI to 365 days jail, $300 fine; 363 days stayed for two years on conditions of probation, serve 2 days jail, pay $300 fine plus surcharges, undergo a chemical dependency assessment and follow all recommendations, have no use or possession of alcohol or non-prescription drugs, submit to random testing, comply with Ignition Interlock Program, serve 30 days on electronic home monitoring, maintain contact with probation agent, have no same or similar violations.

Wright County Sheriff

Local Arrests

On July 13, Christopher Douglas Noetzelman, 37, of Albertville, was arrested in Albertville on the charge of third degree DWI.

On July 14, Ryan Scott Melchior, 33, of St. Michael, was arrested in Buffalo on a Wright County warrant for violation of an order for protection.

On July 14, Cody Robert Olson, 19, of Delano, was arrested in Delano on the charge of domestic assault.

On July 15, Jacob Ryan Bird, 19, of Albertville, was arrested in Otsego on the charge of intent to escape motor vehicle registration tax.

On July 16, Leonard Ray Brozynski, 58, of Otsego, was arrested in Otsego on the charges of third degree DWI and driving after cancellation inimical to public safety.

On July 17, Connor Michael Kuhlman, 21, of Buffalo, was arrested in Marysville Township on the charge of domestic assault by strangulation.

On July 17, Eric Michael Moe, 42, of Otsego, was arrested in Otsego on the charges of third degree DWI and leaving the scene of an accident.

On July 18, Jonathan Mikell Mitchell, 25, of Brooklyn Center, was arrested in St. Michael on the charge of domestic assault and Ramsey County warrants for violation of an order for protection and domestic assault.

On July 18, Karlie Anna Desiree Jacobson, 38, of Buffalo, was arrested in Benton County on a Wright County warrant for fifth degree possession of a controlled substance violation.

On July 18, Jeffrey Lee Butler, 48, of Hanover, was arrested in Hanover on the charge of domestic assault.

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