None to report at this time
Nov. 7 - Individual reported while she was walking her dog, a vehicle, driven by a female, pulled up to her and warned her there were deer in the area, then drove off. Another vehicle drove by her slowly, but didn’t stop. 800 block Medina Road, Medina.
Nov. 8 - Loose horse. 3000 block Willow Drive, Medina.
Nov. 8 - Vehicle and trailer were a hazard and a tow was ordered. 2800 block Ardmore Avenue, Medina.
Nov. 8 - Report of an electrical fire. Upon arrival, Hamel Fire Department advised there was no fire but they found some wires that were hot and possible had melted some of the plastic. 00 block Hamel Road, Medina.
Nov. 9 - Business owner called to report he received a phone call from his Xcel Energy saying his power would be shut off in 30 minutes if he did not pay his bill. He was advised this was a scam attempt since Xcel would make notification via a letter prior to a shut off of power. 100 block Railway Street, Loretto.
Nov. 9 - Report of four vehicles, occupied by juveniles, in the parking lot. Upon officer arrival, the vehicles were gone. 100 block County Road 24, Medina.
Nov. 10 - Individual called to report his phone had been stolen. Upon arrival, officer saw a note on his front door. The note was from a neighbor who said they found the phone and wallet on the road; it must have fallen off the hood of his car earlier in the day when he left his house. 100 block Albert Street, Loretto.
Nov. 10 - Report of two missing boys from the Fields of Medina Park. Grandparent indicated that while at the park with three boys, she turned her back from her three and four year old grandchildren and the children were gone. Police walked back to the residence to look for the boys. The lower level sliding glass door was found open. Grandparent stated that the door was not open when they went to the park. Police located the boys upstairs playing in a bedroom. They stated that they were hiding from grandma. 1000 block Jubert Trail, Medina.
Nov. 10 - Resident reported that someone attached a package to their mailbox. Inside the package was a book called, “The Language of Love and Respect”. 900 block Medina Road, Medina.
Nov. 10 - Resident reported someone had tied a bag to a tree in his yard. The two plastic bags, one from Cub Foods, the other from Roundy’s, contained a pair of women’s high heeled shoes and a Cub Foods Pharmacy coupon book. 2700 block Tamarack Drive, Medina.
Nov. 10 - Reported that juveniles were ringing the doorbell and knocking on the door, then left when the resident told them via intercom that she was calling police. 300 block Bergamot Drive, Medina.
Nov. 11 - Reporting party felt hunters were too close to Meander Road. No violation was found. 1000 block Jubert Trail, Medina.
Nov. 11 - There was no violation individual was in the field plowing. 2800 block Willow Drive, Medina.
Nov. 13 - Resident reported seeing a male and female walking down his driveway when he arrived home and later saw the two laying in the yard of a neighbor’s house. Police located and identified the two individuals who live on Oak Circle. They said while walking they took a path off of County Road 24 that led them to this driveway. 1800 block Meadowwoods Trail, Medina.