The following public safety summary information from the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Unit is provided to residents as a public service. These highlights from May 7 to May 13, 2012, do not reflect all incidents handled or investigated by the HCSO during this time period.
In addition to the law enforcement services it provides throughout the county, the HCSO provides primary patrol services for the communities of Hassan Township, Greenfield, Medicine Lake and Fort Snelling, as well as the Hennepin County portions of Hanover and Rockford.
On May 9, deputies responded to the High School for a juvenile on a medical call. The juvenile female was transported by ambulance to Abbott Northwestern Hospital. Her mother was notified of her daughter’s whereabouts. No other action was needed at this time.
On May 11, deputies responded to an address on the 7600 block of Fox Creek Court for a civil matter. The caller had questions concerning a child custody issue. The father had the children at his residence in Albertville and would not allow her to pick them up. Deputy advised caller to contact Wright County Sheriff’s Office.
On May 12, deputies responded to an address on the 10800 block of Greenfield Road for a suspicious vehicle. Homeowner reported a vehicle occupied with two young males in the cul-d-sac. The vehicle was gone when deputies arrived, the area was checked and nothing unusual was noted.
On May 11, deputies responded to an address on the 7800 block of Maple Hill Road to assist Corcoran PD with a domestic. A mother and daughter were arguing. Both parties advised and agreed to stay separated for the night. No other action was needed.
On May 12, deputies stopped a 19-year-old male for a traffic violation on County Road 19 and County Road 10 and found the male to be driving while intoxicated. He was arrested, booked into the Hennepin County Public Safety Facility and held on bail.
On May 13, deputies responded to an address on the 10200 block of Trail Haven Road to assist Corcoran PD with a medical. An 80-year-old male was having difficulty breathing. North ambulance arrived and transported them to North Memorial Hospital.
On May 13, while deputy was patrolling the area he noticed a suspicious vehicle in the Crow Hassan Dog Park after hours. The male had stopped to relieve his dog, deputy advised of park hours and released him.
On May 7, deputies responded to an address on the 8600 block of Grace Lane for a found dog report. The homeowner reports finding a loose pit bull, young male, black in color with a black nylon collar. Homeowner is going to contact the Minneapolis Pit Bull Rescue. Deputies notified the surrounding communities law enforcement of the found dog. No other action was needed.
On May 7, deputies responded to an address on the 7600 block of Fox Creek Court for a verbal domestic. An adult male and female had a verbal argument, the female was already gone when deputies arrived. No action was needed.
On May 7, deputies responded to an address on the 6300 block of 78th Lane for a damage to property report. The homeowner reports sometime between April 27 and April 28 his mailbox was damaged overnight with a big bolder that was thrown at it. A Hennepin County Sheriff’s Detective is investigating the incident.
On May 8, deputies responded to a business on the 7500 block of Hwy. 55 for a theft report. A male driving a dark colored pickup truck had put $72 of gas into the vehicle and left without paying for the gas. A license plate number was obtained for the suspect vehicle, a Hennepin County Sheriff’s Detective is investigating the incident.
On May 13, deputies responded to an address on the 5000 block of Harff Road for a medical. A woman had fallen off her horse, was unable to get up and having trouble breathing. North ambulance arrived and transported her to North Memorial Hospital.
On May 13, deputies responded to the area of 84th Avenue and Woodland Trail for a trespassing complaint. Three males were located and one was skinny dipping. The male swimming was advised and he stated his family is part owner of the property. No other action was needed.
On May 8, deputies received information concerning an address on the 10700 block of Crow Hassan Park Road and an animal complaint. A Pit Bull currently staying at this address has been declared potentially dangerous. An alert was placed on this address, no further action was warranted at this time.
During the week of May 7 to May 13, 2012, Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office patrol deputies also issued or provided: five citations, 14 written/verbal warnings, three motorist assists and one property damage accident.