Police reports: Walmart rage, snowball tossers and more
Police responded April 7 to a theft report from Lake Middle School. A parent reported her daughter's jeans had been stolen from the girls locker room. Loss: $100.
Police told a solicitor was told to leave the 10000 block of Raleigh Court after he could not produce a permit. The man had been soliciting roofing work.
Police were called April 8 to The Buckle, 9020 Hudson Road No. 608 for a theft report. Store officials reported an employee had been spotted on surveillance video stealing merchandise. The suspect reportedly admitted to multiple thefts from the store. No arrest.
Officers responded April 8 to Woodbury High School, 2665 Woodlane Drive, for a theft report. A woman reported her daughter had left a $350 smart phone wrapped in a sweatshirt on the side of the school's track facility. No suspects or witnesses.
A Woodbury resident reported April 8 that tires and rims on his vehicle were stolen while parked in the 7200 block of Guider Drive. Loss: $420.
An officer saw a group of juveniles duck behind the 3M building on Woodlane Avenue April 9. The youths said they had run from the squad car because they had thrown rocks and snowballs as passing vehicles. The juveniles were reportedly remorseful and given verbal warnings.
A Cottage Grove woman reported April 10 that her vehicle was entered while parked at Woodbury Lutheran, 7380 Afton Road. House keys and a pocketknife were taken.
A Woodbury woman reported April 10 that several unauthorized purchases were made in her name. It was suspected that the woman's mail had been stolen in November. Police were investigating the charges, which exceeded $1,500.
A New Richmond, Wis., woman reported April 10 that her vehicle had been stolen while parked outside JC Penny in Tamarack Village. The woman later discovered that she had parked the vehicle on the other side of the store.
Woodbury police identified two women as suspects in a theft case reported April 11 at Green Mill, 6003 Hudson Road. A male there said his backpack containing a laptop computer, a camera and books had been stolen. Two female suspects who were staying at the attached Country Inn and Suites, were found in possession of the missing books.
A Minneapolis woman reported April 11 that an out-of-control male was driving around the Walmart parking lot screaming at people. The male reportedly became verbally aggressive when the woman approached him about his behavior. Police contacted the suspect by phone.
A Woodbury resident reported April 11 that someone had made unauthorized charges in her name. The suspect, who was not identified, had used the woman's social security number, name and address to register fraudulent accounts. Total amount charged: $983.
Police responded to a St. Paul woman's report that her daughter's phone had been taken from her unlocked gym locker at Crosswinds Middle School. No suspects.
A resident in the 2600 block of Mallard Drive reported a wrought-iron table had been stolen from her porch. A witness reported hearing noises in the early morning hours.