West Hennepin Public Safety

The following incidents were reported by West Hennepin Public Safety between July 15 and July 22.


On July 17, at 12:43 a.m. there was a report of a vehicle with parking lights on was sitting in the back of property on the 6200 block Pagenkopf Road. The driver, 19-year-old male from Independence stated he and his friends, 19-year-old male from Orono and Maple Plain were just smoking cigarettes in the car because his parents do not allow smoking.

On July 19, at 11:18 a.m. there was a complaint that two hunters left a wooded area where there is no hunting allowed on the 3300 block of Lake Haughey Road. Officer found two hunters that were crow hunting. The crow season started July 15 and no license is required.

On July 20, at 11:51 p.m. Daniel JamesĀ  Schumacher, 36, from Maple Plain was cited for a fourth degree DWI, ACĀ  .17 on the 3800 block of Lake Haughey Road.

On July 21, at 1:31 p.m. an Arabian Stallion was found on the 200 block of County Road 92N. Animal owner showed up and took custody of the horse.

On July 22, at 8:11 a.m. there was a report of a 4×4 cedar mailbox post broken off on the 5100 block of Perkinsville Road. A car tire track at the scene indicated a vehicle had traveled off of the roadway, clipping the mailbox and post. Approximate loss $200.

Maple Plain

On July 16, at 11:11 p.m. Lark Renee Ahlstrom, 51, from Rockford was cited for a fourth degree DWI, AC .11 at Hwy. 12/Budd Street.

On July 19, at 11:06 p.m. there was a report of a vehicle in front of a repair shot was running and no one was around on the 5100 block of Industrial Street. The owner reported he was having problems with the automatic start and the vehicle has been starting on its own.

On July 20, at 4:09 a.m. Elena Kathleen Lillehei, 18, from Howard Lake was cited for a fourth degree DWI, AC .08 at Halgren Road & Hwy. 12.

On July 22, at 10:32 p.m. there was a report that a fire hydrant was open and water running out of it at Northside Park on the 1700 block of Budd Avenue. Maple Plain City Public Works were testing the water pressure of the water tower and treatment plant.

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