For Oct. 23-29, Richfield Police responded to the following calls:
Oct. 23 – The registered owner to a pickup truck left the roadway and flipped the vehicle, landing at the 6700 block of Lake Shore Drive. Officers were called to the scene several hours later after it was discovered by an employee.
A man was cited for several traffic-related violations and released. The vehicle was towed following an incident at the intersection of 67th Street East and 12th Avenue South.
Officers were called to the 6300 block of Portland Avenue on the report of a theft.
A resident on the 7400 block of 4th Avenue South reported being harassed by his neighbor since July 2017. In the past week, the neighbor had escalated to threatening the reporting party and his family.
Officers met with a respondent of an order for protection on the 2800 block of 72nd Street West. Two BB guns were taken for safe-keeping.
Officers responded to the 6500 block of Lyndale Avenue South on the report of a theft.
Oct. 24 – An officer responded to an initial call of an assault in progress on the 7000 block of 5th Avenue South. The officer later found it to be a disturbance. One party was taken to Hennepin County Jail for a misdemeanor warrant.
An officer took the report of a school bus stop arm violation on the 1000 block of 68th Street East where the driver was located and cited.
An officer took a theft report of several diamond jewelry items that occurred within the last two months on the 6600 block of 4th Avenue South.
The Richfield SWAT Team executed a high-risk search warrant on the 6700 block of Nicollet Avenue South for the Hennepin County Violent
Offender Task Force.
Officers were dispatched to the Richfield PD lobby on a Domestic Assault report from a person living on the 6900 block of 14th Avenue South. The incidents occurred in Bloomington.
A woman called 911 and said that she had been assaulted by a male on the 7100 block of Chicago Avenue South. The woman was highly intoxicated and refused to provide officers with additional information after they arrived on the scene. The woman was unable to care for herself and was transported to the hospital.
Oct. 25 – An officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle at the intersection of 74th Street East and Nicollet Avenue South for traveling 46 mph in a 35 mph zone. The driver, a 22-year-old Richfield man was arrested for driving while impaired.
Officers were dispatched to a parking complaint of a trailer parked in the street on the 1000 block of 76th Street West. A 53-year-old Richfield man was arrested.
A burglary was reported on the 7500 block of 15th Avenue South. The suspect fled the scene before officers arrived.
The ongoing theft of bottles of alcohol was reported on the 6400 block of Penn Avenue South.
An officer stopped a vehicle for failing to maintain its lane on the 7400 block of Nicollet Avenue South. A 22-year-old Bloomington man was arrested for third-degree DWI.
An officer stopped a vehicle for speeding on the 7700 block of Portland Avenue. A passenger was found to have an outstanding warrant. The man was taken into custody without incident.
A past action armed robbery was reported having taken place on the 6600 block of Nicollet Avenue South.
Oct. 27 – Officers located a stolen vehicle on the 6300 block of 16th Avenue South.
Officers responded to the 1700 block of 78th Street East on the report of possible shoplifting. A stolen vehicle was recovered at the scene, as well as drugs.
Oct. 28 – Officers responded to a report of shoplifting where the subject resisted arrest.
Further investigation was required after officers were alerted to the report of mistreatment on the 7400 block of Penn Avenue South.
Officers responded to the report of an unwanted guest on the 7700 block of Portland Avenue South. The guest was found to be intoxicated and later transported to an area hospital.
Theft was reported on the 1600 block of 66th Street East.
Unknown parties attempted to steam a vehicle on the 7600 block of Park Avenue South.
A cellphone scam was reported on the 7400 block of Lyndale Avenue South.
– Compiled by Raymond T. Rivard, Sun Current Newspapers