The following contains a sample of calls reported by Rogers Police from Monday, June 3, to Sunday, June 9.
Monday, June 3
Officers were dispatched to a residence at Marion Court for a domestic disturbance in which an adult female went after her husband with a weapon. The 71-year-old female was arrested for assault and transported to the Hennepin County Jail.
Wednesday, June 5
Officers were dispatched to the Travel America for an unwanted party. Officers located the party and advised her she was not welcomed at the business. Upon further investigation, party had a felony warrant out for her arrest. Sara Akinduro, 27, was arrested and transported to the Hennepin County Jail.
School Resource Officer was notified of a mother who arrived at Rogers High School who has not had contact with her sons for over seven years. There is an order through Arizona that states that she is not allowed to have visitation with the boys without a 25 day notice. The mother was issued a trespassing form to not be on school property per school request verbally by phone. She refused to meet and sign the form.
Dispatched to a party having breathing issues at 134th Avenue. Subject appeared unable to care for himself and was acting bizarrely. Ambulance responded and transported subject to hospital on welfare hold.
Thursday, June 6
Officers responded to the 21400 block of South Diamond Lake Road on a male party having a panic attack. The patient was provided oxygen until Allina arrived. The male was transported to a hospital.
Officers were dispatched to a personal injury crash in the 13400 block of Rogers Drive. A semi turned left in front of a motorcycle. The rider laid the bike down to avoid the impact and the bike became wedged under the front of the tractor. The rider suffered minor road rash. He refused medical attention. The 60-year-old male driver of the semi was cited for failure to yield. A state report will be completed.
Saturday, June 8
Dispatched to a loud music complaint on 13800 block of Dahlia Drive. Homeowner was extremely impaired and eventually turned the music down after a long argument with officers.
Sunday, June 9
Officer stopped vehicle for speed (84/70) at I-94 and 141st. Driver had bloodshot, watery eyes. Driver had slurred speech. Driver admitted to drinking alcoholic beverage. Driver failed Standardized Field Sobriety Tests. Preliminary Breath Test showed reading of .16. The juvenile driver was arrested and vehicle was towed. Driver transported home and turned over to a parent.
Officers were advised of a gas drive off in Wright County and located the suspect vehicle eastbound on I-94 from Main Street. The vehicle was clocked at 95 miles per hours before it was stopped. The driver stated that he thought he paid for the gas at the pump. Wright County was contacted and a deputy was given the suspect’s name and phone number. The 19-year-old male driver was cited for speed and driving without a license and released.