Monday, Nov. 2

Dispatched to a dog-at-large complaint on the 3000 block Cypress Circle N.

Theft report received for $12,000 worth of shingles from a building project at 1300 block Phillips Drive.

Property damage report received regarding a vehicle at Highway 55 and Pinto Drive. It was reported that an object was thrown at the reporting party’s vehicle while waiting at a stoplight. Follow up investigation is being conducted.

A 59-year-old male was arrested for an outstanding warrant through Hennepin County at 800 block Highway 55.

Tuesday, Nov. 3

Dispatched to report of a vehicle fire at Hamel Road and Parkview Drive. Upon arrival the vehicle was fully engulfed, and the Fire Department was able to extinguish the fire with no injuries.

Dispatched to a disturbance call at 3200 block Mill Drive, where a female was claiming the location was not an official polling place.

Wednesday, Nov. 4

Dispatched to a hunting complaint at 3700 block Tomahawk Trail, which was then resolved via phone call after failed attempted contact.

Dispatched to an unwanted person on property at 1400 block Hamel Road. A juvenile male was stopped for driving around the property.

Thursday, Nov. 5

Dispatched to a fireworks complaint at 3000 block Wild Flower Trail, where remnants were found and a juvenile male admitted to setting them off.

Theft report received regarding power tools taken from the victim’s garage at 2100 block Pinto Drive.

Friday, Nov. 6

Dispatched after multiple gun shots were heard at 100 block Crestview Lane. Officers checked the area and were unable to locate the source.

Dispatched to a found dog at 900 block Medina Road. The dog has since returned home.

Saturday, Nov. 7

Dispatched after reports of vandalism at 2100 block Hollybush Road. A greasy substance was spilled over a large area of the victim’s driveway.

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