Editor’s Note: The following is a sample of some, but not nearly all, of the Rogers Police calls for Monday, Oct. 29, through Monday, Nov. 6.
Monday, Oct. 29
Police reported a medical emergency at Walgreens at 10:41 a.m. Patient said her hands started shaking uncontrollably.
Patient transported by North Memorial Ambulance to Maple Grove Hospital.
The reporting party received a phone call from 206-260-2004 at 2:02 p.m. The male stated she had won the publishers clearing house 75K prize. They wanted her to get a “government approved” $200 stamp at the post office prior to them coming out tomorrow at 0930 hours. Hung up when the RP said she didn’t have the money. RP realized it was a scam, wanted the RPD to be aware.
Mitch Chatterton, 18, was cited for window tint at Main Street.
Tuesday, Oct. 30
Dispatch advised of a child birth at 14900 block of Crow River Dr. While officers were en route to the residence, an update from dispatch stated that the baby had been born. Paramedics arrived and took over assistance with the child birth. Baby and mother were doing fine and were taken to the hospital as precaution.
David Floyd Matthees, 52, was cited for suspended license at 141st Avenue and Orchid Drive.
Jason Wayne Govig, 45, was cited for failure to stop at stop sign at South Diamond Lake Road and Wilfred Lane.
Wednesday, Oct. 31
Party called in to report the theft of her jewelry from her safe in her house at 19500 block of Prairieview Dr. Items were taken and other items that had significant sentimental value were left behind which lead reporting party to believe that her husband who has been out of work since June is to blame for possibly having pawned or sold the items. Advised party of the civil implications here and the fact that it is shared/joint property, but that she could potentially seek damages in a civil court.
Female in pain from onset of birth of her first child. Water broke as officers/fire were onscene. Assisted party with administering O2, and helping onto North stretcher for transport to Maple Grove Hospital. Contractions approximately 2 minutes apart and lasting 1.5 minutes long.
A car vs. pedestrian accident was reported at Rogers High School. Pedestrian suffered minor scrapes, no citation issued.
Thursday, Nov. 1
Officer observed two commercial vehicles and subjects parked on private property at Brockton Avenue and David Koch Drive, dumping leaves and other material. While investigating the activity the officer discovered that a 33 year old man had a misdemeanor Washington County warrant. During the arrest, the officer found the man in possession of drug paraphernalia and a substance believed to be methamphetamine. Anthony Eric Gruber, 33, was booked at the Hennepin County Jail for 5th Degree Possession of Controlled Substance and also for the Washington County Warrant.
Demetri Russell Alexander, 21, was cited for driving after revocation at Goldeneye Court and Goldeneye Road.
Friday, Nov. 2
Christopher David McMillan, 29, was cited for driving after suspension at County Rd. 81 and John Milless Drive.
Saturday, Nov. 3
Andrew Michael Vetter, 20, was cited for trespassing on private property at Edgewater Parkway and Industrial Boulevard.
Monday, Nov. 5
Party called in to report a theft from his semi at which had over $400 in fuel taken/siphoned from the tanks as it was parked at 12999 Wilfred Lane Suite #400 in Rogers. No suspect information, but only truck out of at least 4 trucks parked there with a theft. Requests extra patrol and will consider locking gas caps.