Roseville/Bulletin police reports • Published October 15, 2018

Arden Hills

Stolen plate

A 52-year-old man told police Oct. 7 someone stole a license plate off his car as it was parked in the 1300 block of Skiles Lane. The man figured it happened sometime in the four days prior.



Someone broke into a 58-year-old man’s trailer as it was parked in the 1100 block of County Road F and stole some $3,000 worth of power tools, as reported by the man Oct. 8.



Falcon Heights

Brazen package thief

A passerby in the 1700 block of Fry Street watched on Oct. 8, just after 7:30 a.m., a woman hop out of a car, take packages off a home’s front doorstep, get back into the car and flee.




Cut-rack bike thief

A 25-year-old man told police Sept. 25 that his bike had been stolen sometime in the last month from his apartment building in the 1500 block of Eustis Street. The thief apparently really wanted the $500 bike, since she or he cut a bar on the bike rack to steal it.



A 41-year-old man called the police Sept. 29 from the 1700 block of Eustis Street to report his neighbor, a 54-year-old man, for yelling at him, in violation of a harassment restraining order. Police watched video of the confrontation and attempted to contact the older man but failed. Because of previous violations of orders, the case was turned over to the Ramsey County Attorney’s Office for possible felony charges.



Little Canada

Caught on tape

A 53-year-old man was sent a theft citation after he was seen on security footage Oct. 7 at a store in the 2600 block of Rice Street stealing body wash, lotion and leggings.


With friends like these ...

A 39-year-old man called the police Oct. 4 to say he’d lent his car to a friend, who was refusing to return it.



Mounds View

Open garages

The afternoon of Sept. 30 officers checked into a series of open garages with damage inside them in the 5400 block of Jackson Drive.



New Brighton 

Keys in vehicles

A 32-year-old woman, who was driving a car with the key broken in the ignition, making it startable at any time, said the car was stolen in late September from the area of Rice Creek and Silver Lake roads as reported Oct. 4.


A 64-year-old man told police Oct. 6 someone stole his SUV, which was parked with a spare key inside it in his driveway in the 3500 block of Eastman Drive.


A 64-year-old man told police Oct. 10 someone stole his truck, which was parked with the keys inside it in his driveway in the 2000 block of Greenview Drive.


Under pressure

Employees at the Shell Gas in the 900 block of County Road D told police Oct. 6 that sometime overnight someone had stolen the station’s $1,500 air pump.


Way too close a call

A 26-year-old was cited for a gross misdemeanor the afternoon of Oct. 3 at Old Highway 8 and County Road D after he blew past a school bus with it’s stop arm extended, narrowly missing  — by a foot — a child getting off the bus. Several witnesses saw his idiotic act.






Lock it up

An 86-year-old woman told police Oct. 4 someone entered her unlocked car parked in the 600 block of Woodland Drive, stealing her purse that contained $24 cash, credit cards and other items.


Beware the wire transfer

A 39-year-old woman told police Oct. 2 she was out $480 after she wired cash trying to buy an event ticket over Craigslist. Beware wire transfers and other monetary transactions through which you can’t get a refund if the deal goes sour.



St. Anthony


A 57-year-old woman told police Sept. 24 that someone forced their way into her home in the 3000 block of Crestview Drive. The place is currently under construction; the only thing missing from the home was a $100 pellet gun.


But the shades!

A 31-year-old man told police Sept. 24 his 2000 Honda had been stolen from the employee parking lot at a service station in the 2800 block of Kenzie Terrace. The car was worth $2,000 — adding insult to car theft the man pointed out there were two pairs of sunglasses, each worth $100, in the stolen car.




Cops, where’s my car?

A 41-year-old woman called the police Sept. 24 to report her car as stolen from the 2500 block of Silver Lane only to call back a bit later to say she’d forgotten where she’d parked and had found her vehicle, safe and sound.


Dispatch from the opioid crises

Employees at the Cub Foods in the 3900 block of Silver Lake Road called the police Sept. 24 on a 24-year-old woman who they wanted to leave the store. Officers came and identified her, and found she had three outstanding warrants, one from Chisago County for drug possession, as well as two from Hennepin and Anoka counties for possession of needles. She was booked at the Hennepin County Jail for the warrants.



Officers headed to the Culver’s in the 4000 block of Silver Lake Road Sept. 24 on a report of a fight between two young women, both 19 years old. One of them had already fled the scene, though the remaining woman, who was with a young man, told police that the other woman had driven into the lot and rammed the car she and the man were in. The women then got into a physical altercation, which the man broke up. The woman who’d fled then hopped on the hood of the other woman’s car and threw a chunk of concrete through her windshield. The woman who smashed the windshield was identified as the man’s ex-girlfriend.


Stolen car

A 53-year-old woman called the police Sept. 28 to tell them someone had her car and wouldn’t give it back. Days prior the woman said she was very drunk and let two people she’d met drive her in her car. They stopped at the Freedom Valu Center in the 3800 block of Silver Lake Road and when she went into the business, the woman said, the people in her car drove off. She told police she’d contacted the man who had her car, but he refused to give it back. Police put out an alert about the car, worth $2,000, but it’s yet to turn up. The woman did not immediately show up at the police station to sign paperwork for the stolen car.


Stolen Mazda

A 27-year-old man told police his 2007 Mazda was stolen from a parking lot in the 2500 block of 39th Avenue overnight, a $6,000 loss.


Winter is coming

A 40-year-old woman told police Sept. 26 someone forced their way into her apartment garage stall in the 2800 block of Silver Lane and stole a $700 snow blower, while causing $20 worth of damage to the garage door.





Burglaries were reported:

• Oct. 8 in the 1800 block of Alta Vista Drive



Thefts were reported:

• Oct. 8 in the 1000 block of Lovell Avenue

• Oct. 10 at Rosedale Center

• Oct. 10 at Computer Revolution


Shoplifting was reported:

• Oct. 8 at Rosedale Center

• Oct. 8 at Walmart

• Oct. 10 at Rosedale Center


Disorderly Conduct

Disorderly conduct was reported:

• Oct. 8 at Bakers Square

• Oct. 10 at Roseville Area High School

• Oct. 10 at Parkview Center School

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