Police reports: Goose attack, parking lot hanky-panky, Cowboy Jack's brawl, more ...
Police were called May 21 to Chipotle, 7455 Currell Blvd., for an assault report. A worker who had just been fired punched a door, nearly striking incoming customers. Police determined no assault occurred.
Officers responded May 22 to an anonymous road rage report on Interstate 94 near Woodbury Drive. A black truck and a white sedan were spotted swerving at each other at a high rate of speed.
A Woodbury woman reported May 23 that a hold had been put on her mail that was not requested. Police determined that hold was placed due to a mistake at the post office.
An anonymous caller reported May 23 that he was attacked by geese while riding his bike near Bielenberg Drive and Tamarack Road. Police were unable to make further contact with the complainant.
Police were called May 23 to Carver Lake Beach for a lewd activity report. A caller said he witnessed two people having sex at 4:14 p.m. inside a red Nissan truck. An officer located the truck, where he found two people putting their clothes on. The man and woman, both from Woodbury, admitted to having consensual sex. The couple was issued a verbal warning after being informed of appropriate places for intimate activity "and how the park was not one of them."
Workers at Urgency Room, 7030 Valley Creek Plaza, reported May 23 that a drunken man in a pick-up truck was causing trouble with employees. Police found a man sleeping in a truck, but he was neither drunk nor connected with the incident.
A woman reported suspicious findings May 24 at Sandlewood and Upper Afton roads. The woman discovered a coffee can-like container stamped with the words "final footage." Police determined the item to be a geocache.
Cowboy Jack's, 1690 Woodlane Drive, reported May 25 that about 30 people were brawling at the establishment. Staff broke up the fight and many combatants left. Police made contact with people in the parking lot, all of whom denied involvement. Everyone was released after police were unable to determine aggressors or victims.
A White Bear Lake man reported May 26 that his ex-girlfriend came to a CityWalk residence where he and his current girlfriend were staying and caused a disturbance. The ex was reportedly yelling and pounding on a patio door. Both women had left by the time police arrived.
A resident on CityWalk Drive reported May 26 that people in the apartment above her had been running and jumping for the past five hours. The complainant said the issues have been ongoing since December 2012. Police checked the offending apartment, where music was heard. The suspect was advised of the complaint and the complainant was told to bring future concerns to apartment management.