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Medina Police Report
Delano Herald Journal, Aug. 3, 2015

July 20 - Report of juveniles hiding by the bushes. When the reporting party told them that she was going to call the police, they apologized and left the area. 200 block Clydesdale Trail, Medina.

July 21 - Two fifteen-year-olds found in city park after curfew. Parents contacted and came and picked them up. 3200 block Mill Drive, Medina.

July 21 - It was determined to be a pocket dial. 4100 block Arrowhead Drive, Medina.

July 21 - When officer asked this individual why she had been sitting there so long, she said she was just “chilling” listening to her music and smoking. Officer offered her a ride home since the store would be closing soon; she declined. 4300 block Highway 55, Medina.

July 22 - BAC .11, DWI. Hamel Road and Sioux Drive, Medina.

July 23 - .15 BAC., DWI. County Rd 19 and Sycamore Trail, Medina.

July 24 - Officer received information of a suspicious male in the area of Snap Fitness. Male was located and said he was dropped off at the park and ride lot by a friend and was waiting for his father. 1400 block Baker Park Road, Medina.

July 24 - Dispatch received several calls from a cell phone and could only hear people talking in the background. Upon officer arrival, contact was made with management; it was determined that the phone in question belonged to a bartender that was working in the dining room. There were no problems. 400 block Evergreen Road, Medina.

July 24 - Resident reported that people playing on the swings in the park and were loud. Upon officer arrival at the park, located approximately six males in the park. They were advised of the complaint and asked that they try to keep the noise down as it was getting late. 2500 block Bobolink Road, Medina.

July 24 - Officers arrived and observed for several minutes; however, did not hear any further fireworks. It is unknown where the fireworks were coming from. 2000 block County Road 19, Medina.

July 25 - The driver’s door was open and a male was in the driver’s seat with his head down. Officer was able to wake him; driver advised he had lost the key fob for the vehicle and was waiting for someone to bring him out a new one. 1400 block Baker Park Road, Medina.

July 25 - Report of a lost mini iPad. Lost somewhere possibly on or around Willow Drive. 600 block Clydesdale Trail, Medina.

July 25 - Resident reported someone broke the left rear window out of his new GMC pick up. 3000 block Tamarack Drive, Medina.

July 25 - Resident called to report that his friend “George” had found a dead dog in the ditch down the road from his house. He wanted police to be aware. 1100 block Hamel Road, Medina.

July 25 - The call was a pocket dial and there was no problem. 800 block Foxberry Farms Road, Medina.

July 25 - Reported that there were two males on bicycles looking at the resident’s home; they later went into a house near where the cul-de-sac enters onto Cherry Hill Trail. No criminal activity had taken place. 300 block Cherry Hill Trail, Medina.

July 25 - Resident reported she could see people using the neighbor’s swimming pool; however, no one should be at the residence. It was determined that the son of the property owner was at the residence having a party and had permission to be there. 400 block Medina Road, Medina.

July 25 - Reported that a cab driver had dropped off a male who refused to pay. Officer located this individual who said he thought he had paid. He then wanted to pay with a credit card; however, the cab driver only would accept cash. He was advised he needed to come up with the cash or he would be arrested for theft. He was escorted inside to a cash machine where he was able to get cash for the fare. Employee felt this individual was acting strange so he was told he needed to leave. The hotel next door was booked full; the officer transported him to Minneapolis and dropped him off. He did thank the officer was assisting him. 500 block Highway 55, Medina.

July 26 - Report of a person hitchhiking and hard to see. Officer offered to give him a ride but he declined. Highway 55 and Rolling Hills Road, Medina.

July 26 - Reported that a male had passed out in a vehicle that was running. Upon arrival, male had walked back into the bar; appeared to be intoxicated. Employee agreed to give him a ride home. 100 block Railway Street W., Loretto.