Medina Police Report
Delano Herald Journal, Friday, July 13, 2018

July 2 - Loud Party Reported: Anonymous complaint of a loud party. Police spoke with the homeowner who said he would take care of the issue. Addresses Involved: 800 block Navajo Road, Medina.

July 2 - Animal Complaint Reported: Homeowner reported a muskrat ran into her garage. Police arrived and found that the muskrat had left. Addresses Involved: 4600 block Wichita Trail, Medina.

July 2 - Welfare Check Reported: Police were dispatched to a welfare check. OnStar reported they received an alert that the button had been pushed and there was no response on the other end. Police made contact with vehicle owner who advised he accidently pressed it and that there were no issues. Addresses Involved: 1900 block Iroquois Drive, Medina.

July 2 - Suspicious Act Reported: Police observed a vehicle parked in the Holy Name Park parking lot after hours. Individual said that she was in an argument with her boyfriend and had nowhere to live. She was advised of the park hours and advised to leave. Addresses Involved: Holy Name Park, County Road 24, Medina.

July 3 - Fireworks Reported: Police saw nor heard anything indicating the use of illegal fireworks. Addresses Involved: 2800 block Lakeshore Avenue, Medina.

July 3 - Suspicious Act Reported: Individual reported seeing a young girl, 8 to 9 years of age, in the Target parking lot crying and saying she wanted her mom and wanted to go home. The girl was with a male subject in his late 30s to early 40 with dirty blond hair. Addresses Involved: 300 block Clydesdale Trail, Medina.

July 3 - Burglary- Suspicious Reported: Upon arrival no evidence of illegal activity was found. Addresses Involved: 100 block Mallard Lane, Loretto.

July 3 - Car/Stalled / Reported: The driver was just finishing putting gas into the tank. The vehicle was started and cleared the lane. Addresses Involved:Clydesdale Trail and County Road 101, Medina.

July 3 - Animal Complaint Reported: Report an injured hawk. Individual was directed to contact the U of M Raptor Center, Humane Society or a private animal wrangler. Addresses Involved: 1100 block Cherokee Road, Medina.

July 3 - Traffic/Complaint Reported: Report of a vehicle all over the road. Police observed the reported vehicle traveling outside of its lane on multiple occasions and conducted a traffic stop in Plymouth. The driver stated that she was trying to secure the items in the Jeep from blowing around due to the top being off. There were no signs of impairment. Driver was released with a verbal warning. Addresses Involved: Highway 55 and County Road 101, Medina.

July 4 - Locked Out/In Reported: Police assisted the driver with opening the vehicle without incident. Addresses Involved: 2000 block County Road 24, Medina.

July 4 - Domestic Reported: Police responded to the home; two individuals had been arguing. Both denied a physical altercation or threats made. Addresses Involved: 3900 block Wild Meadows Drive, Medina.

July 4 - Domestic Reported: Officers responded to the report of a domestic. Upon arrival nothing criminal found. Addresses Involved: 100 block Loretto Street, Loretto.

July 5 - Damage to Property Reported: Damaged mailbox. Addresses Involved: 1700 block Willow Drive, Medina.

July 5 - Disturbance Reported: An anonymous party reported that people were being loud and obnoxious. Upon arrival, police made numerous attempts to make contact with the residents but no one would come to the door. No one was being loud at the residence while police were on scene. Addresses Involved: 300 block Sunnyridge Lane, Loretto.

July 5 - Pursuit / Fleeing Reported: Addresses Involved: County Road 19 N and State Highway 55, Corcoran. Names Involved: (Arrested) Burton, Darren James, from Jacksonville, Alabama (Age: 22).

July 5 - Traffic/Complaint Reported: Texting complaint. Area was checked but vehicle was not located. Addresses Involved: Arrowhead Drive and Highway 55, Medina.

July 5 - Suspicious Act Reported: Report of a suspicious male in the neighborhood around 2:00 p.m. daily since Monday, riding on some type of Segway or hoverboard, stopping at random houses, and then making notes on some sort of tablet. Today the male came to the residence and after ringing the doorbell with no response, began looking in the windows. Police advised there are a few approved solicitors going around the city. All approved solicitors are required to have an ID. Police advised to call 911 the next time they see the male so police can respond and verify what he is doing.Addresses Involved: 4600 block Medina Lake Drive, Medina.

July 5 - Damage Prop/Rpt Reported:Reported that the paved driveway for the cemetery was re-tarred today. The work was completed around 3 pm and the company placed yellow warning tape across the driveway entrances warning people not to enter. Reported that sometime between 3:00 and 4:30, an unknown vehicle pulling a wide trailer drove over the caution tape and proceeded to drive thru the entire interior driveway circle before exiting west on Hamel Road. The tar was not dry yet which caused tire impressions to be left in the tar. Addresses Involved: Ss. Peter and Paul Cemetery, Medina.

July 5 - Hangup 911 Reported: Determined to be a pocket dial. Addresses Involved: 1000 block Jubert Trail, Medina.

July 6 - Drunk Problem Reported: Police received a call for 3 - 4 young drunk males causing a disturbance. Upon arrival, police did not locate anyone in the area. Police spoke with the caller who said she was awakened by the males being loud, sitting on her front step. She confronted them and said they all looked underage. Addresses Involved: 200 block Hamel Road, Medina.

July 6 - Damage Prop/Rpt Reported: Reported that sometime over the night hours a vehicle drove in the ditch on County Road 11 just west of County Road 19 and put small ruts in the ditch. There was no damage caused. Addresses Involved: 3900 block County Road 19, Medina.

July 6 - Animal Complaint Reported: Officer was dispatched to a report of a dog left in a vehicle. The vehicle was gone upon police arrival. Addresses Involved: 100 block Westfalen Trail, Medina.

July 6 - Shots Heard Reported: Officers were dispatched to a single shot heard. The reporting party advised dispatch he believed it was fireworks and that police could cancel. Addresses Involved: 2400 block Holy Name Drive, Medina.

July 6 - Animal Complaint Reported: Barking dog complaint. Police responded and observed the dog did not appear to be in distress and that it appeared it was left outside. Police attempted to make contact with someone at the residence with no success. Police advised the reporting party and told her to call again if the dog did not stop barking before too late in the night. Addresses Involved: 4600 block Fern Street, Medina.

July 7 - Disturbance Reported: Police were dispatched to a disturbance at the Baker Park Campground. There was a group of people being loud. It was decided they would go to bed. Addresses Involved: 2300 block County Road 19, Medina.

July 7 - 5th Degree Controlled Substance Reported: Addresses Involved:County Road 19 and Maple Street, Medina. Names Involved: (Arrested) Menard, Anthony Michael, from Loretto (Age: 28).

July 7 - Traffic/Complaint Reported: 200 block Hamel Road, Medina.

July 7 - Traffic/Complaint Reported: Reported that a vehicle was weaving onto the shoulder of the road. Police found the vehicle parked in a parking lot; driver was sleeping. Driver had not been drinking and said he was tired and was taking a nap before he continued on home to Buffalo. Addresses Involved: Baker Park Road and Highway 12, Medina.

July 8 - Litter/Dumping Reported: Police checked the area and found nothing suspicious. Addresses Involved: Highway 55 and Rolling Hills Road, Medina.

July 8 - Narcotics Arrest Reported: Addresses Involved: State Highway 55 and Mohawk Drive, Medina. Names Involved: (Arrested) Skelly, Adam Edward, from Buffalo (Age: 21).