Police reports: Woodbury storage wars, cocktails at Crosswinds, more ...Woodbury police reports from Jan. 26 to Jan. 30
NOTE: This is a sample of recent incidents involving the Woodbury police. All subjects are presumed innocent until proven guilty.
- Police were called Jan. 30 by a Plymouth man who reported his father was threatened a storage auction in Woodbury. The son said a Woodbury man backed up his truck and almost his father with it. The suspect then allegedly approached the St. Paul man aggressively while holding a flashlight. Police spoke to the suspect, who claimed the victim was “puffing out his chest” and looking for a fight. The man was advised to make better choices.
- A woman in the 7600 block of Dunmore Road reported a suspicious situation Jan. 26. She said her daughter reported the day before that she heard two males outside the home’s front door discussing how to get inside.
- Target, 7200 Valley Creek Road, reported Jan. 26 that an employee was implicated in an internal theft case. The Woodbury man admitted to police that he stole headphones and two Xbox games totaling $150. He was cited for theft.
- Police were called Jan. 27 to Crosswinds Academy, 600 Weir Drive, for reports of a juvenile alcohol offender. The student, a seventh grader from Woodbury, admitted to mixing rum with water and bringing it to school. She said she drank some of it and gave some to other students. The girl received a five day suspension and a Youth Service Bureau referral.
- A Lake Elmo girl reported Jan. 27 that her iPod went missing at Fun Zone, 2122 Wooddale Drive.
- Police were called Jan. 29 for a threats report Jan. 29 at Green Mill restaurant, 6025 Hudson Road. An Inver Grove Heights man reportedly entered the restaurant and hollered at a man and a woman there. The couple was identified as the suspect’s wife and her new boyfriend. There was no mention of the incident becoming physical.
- Mid Central Air Supply, Eden Prairie, reported Jan. 30 that a coin-operated vacuum system was broken into at Super America, 9910 Norma Lane. The box may have contained as much as $200 to $300 dollars.
- Police received reports Feb. 1 of a large water main break at Cameron Drive and Braemar Lane. Woodbury Public Works attended to the scene.