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 Sept. 18 to Sept. 23, 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 Sept. 17, deputies responded to an address on the 12500 block of Pineview Trail to assist Dayton PD with a domestic. Deputies assisted with additional police presence. Deputies stood by with suspect while Dayton PD interviewed victim. One adult male was arrested by Dayton PD. Dayton PD will handle the follow-up and formal charging.
On Sept. 20, deputies responded to an address on the 11700 block of Noon Drive for a medical. A 51-year-old female was complaining of pain. North ambulance arrived and transported her to Unity Hospital.
On Sept. 20, deputies responded to an address on the 8000 block of Hwy. 55 for a medical. A female had a deep cut on her thumb. The husband transported the female to the hospital for treatment. No action was needed by the deputy.
On Sept. 22, deputies responded to an address on the 8000 block of Hwy. 55 for an intoxicated male who did not know how to get home. Deputies located the male and transported him home. It was determined he was able to care for himself. No other action was needed.
On Sept. 19, deputies responded to an address on the 21400 block of Church Ave. to assist Rogers PD with a possible burglary in progress. Deputy and his K-9 partner did a search of the residence, no one was located and deputy cleared.
On Sept. 17, deputies responded to an address on the 7400 block of Mark Street for a neighbor problem. The homeowner reports finding golf balls in his yard the neighbor had hit. He had talked with the neighbor about hitting golf balls toward his yard and the neighbor agreed to stop, today he found more golf balls. Deputy spoke with the suspect who stated he has not hit golf balls after being told not to and thinks the balls might have been there from the past two years. All parties advised. No other action was needed at this time.
On Sept. 17, deputies responded to an address on the 6500 block of North Shore Drive for a report of gas odor in the area. The reporting party had been cleaning behind the stove when she smelled gas. She opened windows to ventilate, called Centerpoint and 911. Rockford Fire Department arrived and turned the gas off for the home. No other action was needed by deputies.
On Sept. 18, deputies observed a suspicious vehicle parked near a wooded area that had no trespassing signs posted. The owner of the vehicle exited the woods a short time later. He was the son of the owner’s of the property and had been hunting. No other action was needed.
On Sept. 18, deputies responded to the 8800 block of Vernon Street for a suspicious activity report. The caller reported a vehicle parked alongside a home and a male attempting to get into the home. Deputies arrived and suspect had left. Deputies contacted the realtor, when she arrived they did an inspection of the home. Nothing was found damaged or missing. No other action was needed.
On Sept. 21, deputies responded to an address on the 6300 block of Dogwood Street for an unwanted person. Deputies located the male. West Hennepin Public Safety had arrived and gave the male a ride to a local hotel. No other action was needed.
On Sept. 21, deputies responded to an address on the 7600 block of 84th Avenue for a report of dirt bikes in the street. Deputies arrived and was unable to locate any dirt bikes in the area. No action taken.
On Sept. 22, deputies responded to an address on the 8000 block of Davis Street for an animal complaint. A homeowner called and stated she had found a loose dog with no tags. Deputies explained her options. No other action was taken.
On Sept. 21, deputies responded to an address on the 10700 block of Settlers Lane N. for a domestic. Deputies arrived and found a female needing medical treatment. North ambulance arrived and transported her to United Hospital.
On Sept. 21, deputies responded to an address on the 12000 block of Whitetail Lane N. for a threat report. A female at this address reports her daughter is going through divorce and she received a text from her daughter’s husband and thought it to be threatening. Deputy advised her to contact local police in the state where the text was sent and make them aware. She will also contact Hennepin County Domestic Abuse Office for further advice on restraining order. No other action was taken by deputy.
During the week of Sept. 18 to Sept. 23, 2012, Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office patrol deputies also issued or provided: four citations, two business alarms and five motorist assists.