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West Hennepin Public Safety Report
Delano Herald Journal, Friday, July 13, 2018

une 29 - Medical - 3000 block Ihduhapi Trail, Independence. Police responded to Vinland Center for a severe reaction to a bee sting. Loretto fire and North Memorial Ambulance arrived on scene and stabilized the victim. The reaction was so severe, she was transported by helicopter to North Hospital.

June 29 - Solicitor Complaint - 6000 block Wood Hill Ln, Independence. Contact was made with a party who appeared to be soliciting door to door in the neighborhood. He admitting turning in a solicitor application with City of Independence to sell mosquito/pest control service but hadn’t heard back from the city yet. He was given a verbal warning for soliciting without a permit from the city.

June 29 - Property Damage Crash -Hwy 12/CR 92, Independence. Police were dispatched to a two vehicle property damage crash. One vehicle was in the southbound lane of CR 92, stopped at Hwy 12, when a second vehicle came up behind it and struck its rear bumper. Speeds were low. Minor damage.

June 29 - Medical - 5000 block Bryantwood Drive, Maple Plain. Police responded to a medical of an infant who appeared to have had a seizure. Medical care was given to the patient until paramedics arrived and transported the victim to HCMC.

June 30 - 911 Hangup - 3000 block County Line Rd, Independence. Police responded to 911 hangup. Dispatch called the number back and was immediately hung up on. Contact was made with the residents who were unaware of the 911 calls. After some investigation it was learned that the 911 hangups were caused by the home’s internet modem having technical issues.

06/30/18 - Neighbor Trouble - 5000 block Sunset Ln, Independence. Police were called to an issue of a mailbox that installed on or very near to a property line between two neighbors. Both neighbors were talked to but at this time the issue has not been resolved.

June 30 - Vandalism - Vandalism - 1000/2000 blocks Copeland Rd, Independence. Two damage to mailbox reports were taken. In both cases, a brick was located near the mailboxes, which appeared to have been intentionally thrown at them. Both cases under investigation.

June 30 - Medical - 5000 block Bryantwood Drive, Maple Plain. Police were dispatched to a medical of an infant who appeared to have had a seizure. The mother administered medication to subdue the seizure prior to the officer’s arrival. When the officer arrived, he cleared the patient’s airway and administered oxygen until paramedics arrived and transported the victim to HCMC.

June 30 - Fireworks Complaint - 1000 block Meadow Ln, Maple Plain. Police responded to illegal aerial exploding fireworks. Suspects were still actively lighting them when the officer arrived on scene. They were advised of the complaint and were given a verbal warning. The reporting party was called and told to call back if the fireworks started up again.

June 30 - Accident/PI/3rd Degree DWI - 11:11 p.m., County Road 6 and 92. Officers responded to a single vehicle rollover. Two parties standing near the vehicle with very minor injuries/superficial cuts. They initially stated the driver fled the scene; however, witnesses stated the two parties were the only occupants and had assisted them out of the overturned vehicle. Both parties exhibited signs of impairment. The owner of the vehicle, Jessica Kyostia, 29 of New Hope, was determined to be the driver. She failed field sobriety tests and submitted to a breath test which resulted in .312 breath alcohol concentration. Kyostia was arrested for 3rd Degree DWI and transported to Hennepin County Jail.

July 1 - Drunk Problem - 12:14 a.m., 3000 block Brei Kessel Rd, Independence. Police responded to a party who’d been drinking and was exhibiting bizarre behavior. He was unable to care for himself and was transported to HCMC.

July 2 - Crash/PD-Commercial Vehicle Inspection - Fox Ridge Cir/Ingerson Rd, Independence. Officers were dispatched to a property damage crash. Vehicle one pulled out in front of vehicle two and was struck in the left rear/passenger area. Driver one complained of neck pain and was checked out by paramedics but was not transported. The driver of vehicle two said that vehicle one pulled out in front of him and he was unable to stop and avoid striking it. Vehicle two was determined be a commercial vehicle so a CV Inspector responded to the scene. Multiple commercial vehicle violations were found and the vehicle was put out of service.

July 2 - Crash/PD - Hwy 12/Main St, Maple Plain. Police were dispatched to a property damage crash. Vehicle one was on Main Street and stopped at the stop sign at Hwy 12 when vehicle two came up behind it and bumped its rear bumper. No injuries, low speeds, minor scrapes to vehicle one’s rear bumper and license plate/bracket.

July 2 - Pain - 9000 block Hwy 12, Independence. While responding to a 911 hangup call, police were updated that a party had fallen and was hurt. Upon their arrival they found that the victim had fallen the previous day and hurt her tailbone. She had a severely altered level of consciousness. She was transported to Methodist Hospital.

July 3 - Suspicious Vehicle - Hwy 12/Valley Road, Independence. Multiple reports were received of a suspicious vehicle parked on Valley Rd for the past two days. An officer responded to the area and found it locked and everything looked normal. Attempts to contact the r/o were unsuccessful. The vehicle was towed.

July 3 - Landlord/Tenant Dispute - 1000 block Budd Ave, Maple Plain. A tenant called police to report damage in her apartment due to a water leak from the apartment above hers and the landlord will not take care of it. Prior to calling police the tenant called city hall demanding they fix the damage. An officer responded to the apartment, noted the damage and reiterated to the tenant that it was civil issue, not a police matter, and she needed to work it out with management. As the officer was leaving, a repair person arrived to fix the issue.

July 3 - Solicitor Complaint - 5000 block Maple Ridge Dr, Maple Plain. A complaint was taken of a solicitor going door to door selling mosquito/pest control service. The solicitor’s branch manager was called and advised that his employees need to apply and be approved for and receive solicitor’s licenses from Maple Plain and/or Independence before they can solicit door to door or they will be cited. He understood and said he would take care of it.

July 3 - Fireworks - 400 block CR 110, Independence. Police were called to a fireworks complaint. Upon arrival, no fireworks were being shot but a large amount of smoke could be seen. It was believed to have come from a house on Anderson Estates Rd but the officer could not determine which house.

July 4 - Suspicious Act - 1000 block Perkins Ln, Maple Plain. A resident called in a suspicious, occupied vehicle parked in front of his house. Contact was made with the parties in the vehicle. The driver said he picked up the three occupants from a party to give them rides to their homes but couldn’t find one of their residences so he pulled over to look up directions. Two of the three passengers were PBT’d and found to be intoxicated. They were cited for underage drinking and released to their parents.

July 4 - DWI -CR 6/157, Independence. Police received a call of a vehicle in the ditch. The driver got out of the vehicle upon officers’ arrival. He admitted drinking too much and showed signs of impairment. He failed field sobriety tests and gave a breath sample which resulted in .198 breath alcohol concentration. Brandon Paul Rosenlund, 30 of Howard Lake, was arrested for DWI and booked into Hennepin County Jail. His vehicle was impounded.

July 4 - Vehicle in Ditch - 9000 block CR 11, Independence. Police were called to a vehicle in the ditch. When the officer arrived the vehicle was being towed out. The driver had tried to turn around but got stuck on the edge of a driveway. He backed up to try again with a running start but his vehicle sank further. The driver made arrangements with the property owner to repair the ruts in the driveway.

July 5 - Crash/PD - CR 50/County Line Rd, Independence. Police were dispatched to a two vehicle property damage crash. Neither driver sustained injuries and needed medical attention. Vehicle one was on CR 50, stopped at County Line Rd, when vehicle two rear ended it. Vehicle two had minor front end damage and was verbal warned for fail to drive with due care.

July 5 - 4000 block Lake Sarah Dr, Independence. Police were called to the area for a suspicious vehicle driving slowly through the neighborhood. The vehicle was located. The driver was looking for an address and doing some work for a builder. No crime committed.

July 5 - Crash/PD - Hwy 12/Baker Park Rd, Maple Plain. Police were dispatched to a 2 vehicle property damage crash, no injuries. Vehicle one was on Baker Park Rd, in the right turn lane, when it was rear ended by vehicle two. Both vehicles sustained damage to their bumpers. A state crash report was completed. Both drivers were able to drive their vehicles from the scene.