None at this time.
Nov. 12 - Reported a vehicle was being driven at a high rate of speed, lights off and the driver was honking the horn loudly and steady /1400 Rainbow Avenue.
Nov. 5 - Complaint of loud music coming from the garage in the 1600 block of Marsh Avenue. Homeowner stated he was just trying to enjoy the music, but would discontinue.
Nov. 1 - A vehicle was struck in the 5200 block of Bryantwood Drive. The vehicle had damage to the front bumper and the front passenger headlight was broken out. Approximate damage less than $1000.
Nov. 1 - Reported a 90’s vintage Yamaha DT 175 enduro type motorcycle was stolen from the 5800 block of Highway 12. Vehicle tracks were observed that someone pushed the motorcycle across the railroad tracks and loaded it onto a trailer or in a pickup truck.
Nov. 13 - Reported black and white colored cows were walking across a field, not inside their enclosed pasture and caller was concerned they would get out on Co Rd 11 and be struck by a vehicle. Animal owner arrived and put them back in. 5700 block of Co Rd 11.
Nov. 11 - Grass fire in area of Hwy 12 and Co Rd 92. Maple Plain Fire Department extinguished the grass fire.
Nov. 11 - Victim found internet theft from his checking account. Approximate loss over $1,300.00. 7000 Egret Drive.
Nov. 10 - Assisted a victim that broke his hand by punching a wall in the 3600 block of Ihduhapi Trail.
Nov. 5 - Traffic complaint of a Dodge truck with a plow on the front of it was travelling eastbound CO 6 from Copland Rd at a slow rate of speed, was driving on the wrong side of the road causing others to go into the ditch. The vehicle was located and the driver stated he was having a hard time seeing the road as the plow lights were not hitting the road well and it was hard to see due to it was snowing heavily.
Nov. 3 - Driver at Highway 12 / Valley Road was flashing his vehicle beams at the squad car. The driver stated his passenger was having a medical problem. The passenger stated he was feeling weak, possibly border line diabetic. The driver stated the passenger had been smoking marijuana earlier in the day but that was the only drug the driver knew he was on. North Memorial Ambulance paramedics transported the passenger to the hospital to get checked out. The driver of the vehicle was advised to pull over to the side of the road and call 9-1-1 rather than drive down the road flashing the vehicle lights.
Nov. 2 - A mailbox was knocked off the wooden post and dented in the 4400 block of Lake Sarah Drive, S.
Nov. 2 - Sometime overnight someone threw a pumpkin at a mailbox in the 4200 block of Lake Sarah Drive, S. Minor damage to the mailbox.
Nov. 1 - Resident reported he has been receiving electronics in the mail that he has not ordered, from different companies in China. The information was submitted to the Postal Inspector. 10 Block of Copeland Road.
During November 1 - 15, WHPS had 347 police contacts 120 traffic stops resulting in 39 citations, 78 verbal warnings and 3 written warnings.