Sept. 10-Lock Out - Lock In, Haywood Drive. An officer was dispatched to a vehicle lockout with a baby inside. The officer unlocked the car with no issues.
Sept. 11-Agency Assist, 70th St. HL Officers assisted WCSO with a crash in Victor TWP. HL Ambulance and Rescue responded, extracted the driver, and evacuated him.
Sept. 11-Agency Assist, 10th Ave. An officer assisted a WCSO Deputy in investigating a domestic assault and driving impaired. The Deputy arrested the female subject.
Sept. 11-Medical - Psychiatric - Behavioral, 47th St. An officer assisted the mother of a child who was out of control. Child was counseled and no other action was needed.
Sept. 12-Open Door, Window, 8th Ave. An officer found a door open at a business and secured the door.
Sept. 12-Suspicious - Circumstances, Dutch Lake Trail, A resident reported receiving a fraudulent phone call from an unknown person who claimed to be from the IRS.
Sept. 12-Agency Assist, Hoyt Ave. An officer assisted WCSO with a medical in Victor TWP.
Sept. 12 - Medical - Psychiatric - Behavioral, 6th Ave. An officer responded to a possible domestic situation.
Sept. 13-Animal, 625 8th Ave. HLPD received a report of a lost chocolate lab.
Sept. 13-Lost - Found Property, 6th Street. An officer received a report of a lost wallet.
Sept. 13-Suspicious - Circumstances, 6th St. A resident reported a suspicious person. An officer checked the area and determined the male was a friend of a neighbor.
Sept. 13-Animal, 6th Ave. An officer responded to a report of a lost cat. The cat returned home later.
Sept. 13-Traffic - Complaint, Highway 12. A motor vehicle traveling westbound on Highway 12 was all over the roadway. The vehicle was located and stopped by a WCSO Deputy.
Sept. 14 -Agency Assist, Keats Ave. HL officers assisted WCSO with a warrant arrest attempt. The subject was arrested and a WCSO deputy transported her to the hospital.
Sept. 14-Misc Public, 11th Ave . A resident reported that she was nearly struck by a vehicle while she was crossing Hwy 12 in the crosswalk.
Sept. 14-Fraud - Checks, 7th Avenue.
An officer responded to a bad check complaint.
Sept. 14-Medical - Bleeding - Lacerations, 8th Ave. An officer responded to a medical involving a female who tripped and was bleeding from her face. Howard Lake Ambulance responded and transported the patient to Buffalo hospital.
Sept. 15-Misc Public, 9th St. A resident noticed a small child unsupervised outside near the road.
Sept. 15-Agency Assist, Keats Ave.HLPD Officers assisted WCSO with a search warrant for a residence on Keats Ave. Drug paraphernalia was recovered and two individuals were arrested for outstanding warrants.
Sept. 15-Disorderly, 9th St. An officer responded to a report of a disorderly male. The male was not being disorderly.
Sept. 15-Agency Assist, 11th Ave. An officer assisted WCSO with a possibly suicidal male in Montrose.
August 6-Fireworks-Shoreline Drive.The department received a voice message regarding fireworks being set off.
August 6-Suspicious - Person - Vehicle-Shoreline Dr. An officer responded to possibly stolen vehicle. Unfounded.
August 8-Juvenile - Complaint- 625 8th Ave.An officer advised a mother who was having issues with her juvenile son.
August 7-MVA - No Injuries-10th Ave.An officer responded to a report of a crash with no injuries. The officer also completed the state accident report.
August 7-Citizen Aid-625 8th Ave.A male citizen requested a PBT to verify that he is abstaining from alcohol. The citizen’s breath sample showed that no alcohol was present.
August 7-Missing Person-Shoreline Dr. -An officer responded to a missing person report. The person was located a short time later.
August 7-Medical - Allergies - Stings-8th Ave. An officer assisted Howard Lake Ambulance with a medical.
August 7-Suspicious - Circumstances-6th Ave. An officer responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle.
August 8-Parking-Dutch Lake Drive. An officer responded to a complaint of inoperable vehicles being parked on a city street.
August 8-Medical -Abdominal Pain-9th Ave. An officer assisted Howard Lake Ambulance with a medical. Patient was transported to a hospital in Buffalo for severe abdominal pain.
August 8-Lock Out - Lock In-County Road 7. An officer responded to a report of a lock-out. The officer unlocked the car without incident.
August 9-Parking-9th St. An officer responded to a parking complaint. The officer checked back later and the vehicle had been moved.
August 9-Medical - Sick-1st St. An officer responded to a medical involving an elderly patient who was feeling faint. Howard Lake Ambulance transported the patient to Waconia.
August 9-Domestic Disturbance-5th Ave. An officer responded to a report of a domestic involving two juveniles.
August 9-Agency Assist-Victor TWP.An officer responded to a residence to assist Wright County Sheriff’s Office on a report of a Domestic Disturbance.
August 9 - Traffic - Complaint. Cokato.An officer was dispatched to a traffic complaint of a possible intoxicated driver.
August 10-Lock Out - Lock In-13th Ave. An officer responded to a lockout and unlocked the car without incident.
August 10-Traffic - Complaint-10th Ave. An officer responded to a driving complaint. The officer was unable to locate the vehicle.
August 10-Suspicious - Person - Vehicle-Dutch Lake Dr. An officer observed a suspicious vehicle. The driver stated that he was waiting for someone.
August 11-Warrant - Attempt-8th Ave.A resident turned herself in to HLPD for an outstanding misdemeanor warrant out of Hennepin County.
August 11-Traffic - Complaint -County Rd. 6. An officer responded to a traffic complaint. The driver was advised of the complaint.
August 12-Domestic Disturbance-9th St. While on routine patrol an officer was flagged down by an intoxicated male who was locked out of the house by his girlfriend. The male was advised to stay with his mother for the night.
August 12-Medical - Stroke-9th Ave. An officer assisted Howard Lake Ambulance with a medical. Patient possibly had a seizure and was transported to a hospital in Buffalo.
August 12-Domestic Disturbance- 7th St. An officer investigated a possible physical domestic and advised the reporting party.
August 12-Theft-4th St. An officer responded to a resident reporting that her flat screen TV and credit card were taken by persons who were helping her move.
July 30-Lost-Found Property, 8th Ave. An officer was approached by a male who was looking for his car keys.
July 30-Civil Complaint, Shoreline Dr.
An officer responded to a civil custody issue.
July 30-Agency Assist-County Road 7. An officer assisted WCSO with a mental health call. Subject was transported by ambulance to Abbott Hospital.
July 31-Suspicious - Person - Vehicle, 6th St. An officer observed a suspicious vehicle. The officer contacted the driver and learned that he was playing Pokémon.
July 31-Residential Medical Alarm, Haywood Dr. An officer responded to a medical involving a female patient who was feeling disoriented and dehydrated. Howard Lake ambulance transported the patient to Buffalo.
July 31-Citizen Aid: 1st St. An officer and the CSO responded to a lift assist. Upon arrival, the officers were cancelled by staff.
Juy 31-Fraud - Forgery: 6th St. An officer responded to a report of a counterfeit $20 bill. The bill was deposited last week from the county fair.
July 31-Scam: 11 Avenue. A resident reported a possible scam. The officer responded to the residence and assisted the resident.
July 31-Medical - Fall Under 6 Feet. 4th Ave. An officer responded to a medical involving an elderly female patient who fell. Howard Lake Ambulance responded and transported her to Waconia for an assessment.
July 31-911 Hang-up. 6th St. Dispatch advised an officer of a 911 hang-up. On call-back dispatch was advised that an employee accidentally dialed 911.
July 31-Civil: 11th St. A resident flagged down an officer and requested that he contact her daughter who had disabled her vehicle and ask her to have On-Star turn the vehicle back on.
July 31-Agency Assist: Broadway Ave.An officer assisted WCSO with a domestic in Cokato. A male assaulted a female and then fled on foot. The suspect was arrested without incident.
July 31-Suspicious - Person - Vehicle: 5th Avenue. While on routine patrol, an officer found an occupied suspicious vehicle. The driver told the officer that he got into an argument with his wife and needed to get away for awhile.
August 1-Medical - Sick: 1st St. An officer responded to a medical involving an elderly patient with a possible stroke. Howard Lake ambulance transported the patient to Waconia.
August 2-Traffic - Complaint: Hwy 12. An officer was dispatched to a traffic complaint. The officer did not locate the vehicle.
August 2-Suspicious - Person - Vehicle: 1st St. An officer was dispatched to a suspicious vehicle in a parking lot. The driver was just waiting there until she started work.
August 2-Theft: 4th Street. A resident reported that a pontoon trailer was stolen sometime over the past month.
August 2-Fire - Other. Haywood Dr.An area resident was observed burning furniture (sofa and cushions) in their backyard. The resident was advised and warned.
August 2-Domestic Disturbance: 11th Ave. An officer responded to a verbal domestic. One of the parties had already left the scene.
August 2-Harassment: 13th Avenue A resident reported that she was being harassed. An officer advised her on how to obtain a restraining order.
August 3-Fire - Gas Leak: 8th Ave. A smell of gas was reported. An officer and Howard Lake Fire Department responded and checked the interior. There was no cause located.
August 4-Parking: Cedar Blvd. An officer responded to a complaint that a camper was blocking a mailbox. The officer talked to the owner who stated that he would move it.
August 4-Warrant - Attempt: Woodland Dr. An officer and the CSO made a warrant attempt on an individual with an active Ramsey County GM warrant. The subject was not at the residence.