WEEKLY POLICE BLOTTERNOTE: This is a sample of recent incidents involving the Woodbury police. All subjects are presumed innocent until proven guilty.
•Police responded to a report of loose horses on Dec. 16 at the 7000 block of Military Road. Dispatch was advised that horses were contained by owner prior to police arrival.
•Police responded to an accident report on Dec. 16 at the intersection of Valley Creek Road and Woodlane Drive. A complainant told police that there was a minor two vehicle accident -one vehicle rear-ended another.
•Police responded to a report of theft from vehicle on Dec. 16 at Axel’s Bonfire, 1424 Weir Dr. A complainant told police that their vehicle had been broken into their vehicle while it was parked outside. Police said it appeared that the suspect used a screwdriver to pry along the window. The items stolen were a laptop shoulder bag, an iPod mini, an iPod ouch, a flash drive, an address book and photos.
•Police responded to a report of domestic assault on Dec. 17 at the 6000 block of Ashwood Road. A complainant told police that suspects began a verbal argument over finances and family matters before beginning pushing and shoving.
•Police responded to a report of an accident on Dec. 17 at Lake Road and Woodwinds Drive. A complainant told police that a medical condition may have caused them to blackout and rear end the vehicle in front and cause a chain reaction. A total of three cars were included in the accident. Several injuries were incurred during the accident including back and neck pain.
•Police responded to a report of fist fight on Dec. 17 at the Valley Creek Road ramp to I-494. Police checked the area to negative results.
•Police responded to a report of theft from a vehicle on Dec. 18 at the YMCA, 2175 Radio Dr. A complainant told police that that an unknown person broke into their vehicle through the window. Items taken include purse, $100 in cash, drivers license, credit cards, cell phone and checkbook.
•Police responded to a report of marijuana possession at Century Avenue and I-94. Police stopped a vehicle for having an out headlight when the smell of marijuana could be detected. The marijuana was seized and suspect received a citation.