Rogers Police

Editor’s Note: The following is a sample of some but not nearly all of the calls made to Rogers Police from Nov. 6 through 12.

Tuesday, Nov. 6

Officers dispatched to a out of control male at 20200 block of Mallard Way. Suspect had left on foot prior to arrival. The reporting party, who is the suspect’s mother, stated her son became enraged and began throwing items at her. She was afraid and called 911. Search of the surrounding areas/businesses for the suspect were unsuccessful. Will be submitting misdemeanor domestic assault charges for the suspect.

Wednesday, Nov. 7

Officers were dispatched to O’Reilly Auto Parts for a 20 year old female that was having abdominal pain. Party was administered oxygen, and was assisted with throughout until North ambulance crew transported her to Maple Grove Hospital.

Dispatch to an auto crash at the intersection of Main Street and South Diamond Lake Road. Arrived on scene and made contact with both parties involved. Driver of Unit 2 had minor injuries. Driver 1 did not have any injuries. Both vehicles had extensive front-end damage and airbag deployment and were towed from the scene. Driver 1 was cited for failure to obey traffic control device/ Driver of Unit 2 (juvenile) was arrested for an outstanding warrant.

Thursday, Nov. 8

Mahir Gamal Goud, 22, was cited for marijuana at Archway, 20000 South Diamond Lake Road.

Friday, Nov. 9

Tyler Joseph Wells, 24, was arrested for felony theft, mutual aid request from Wright County Sheriff’s Office, at 19200 block of County Rd. 81. Black/Blue Chevy van, black male suspect. Incident under investigation.

Officer received hunting complaint on private property at 14400 block of Valley Dr. Officer located two adult males hunting deer on private property, which also consisted of agricultural land. Subjects were issued written warnings for trespassing. DNR was notified.

Pamela Manka Kika, 50, was arrested for third-degree DWI at Walgreen’s, 141st Avenue and Interstate 94.

Saturday, Nov. 10

Officers were dispatched to a medical at the Pleasant Place Apartments for a 59 year old woman who was having difficulty breathing. The person was provided oxygen at the scene and was transported by North ambulance to North Memorial Hospital.

Rogers Police and Rogers Fire were dispatched to report of a fire on Interstate 94 near mile marker 211 in Dayton. Officer responded and observed a huge bonfire on property of a business in Dayton, just north of I-94. Officer located fire at Jerry’s Blacktop and found that a man was burning a large pile of construction material, including old cedar fencing. Advised Dayton Police and Fire.

Fuel theft of $61.87 from pump #9 at 13101 Main St. Suspect vehicle had no front plate. Described as standard cab, full size Chevy truck. Suspect is male late teens.

Sunday, Nov. 11

Officers were dispatched to a possible diabetic reaction. Officers arrived on scene along with North Memorial Ambulance and Rogers Fire. North Memorial provided medical attention.

Hunter Thomas Hanson, 18, and Chase Steven Nelson, 18, were cited for underage drinking/driving and possession of drug paraphernalia at Main Street and Pointe Drive.

Officer observed a vehicle parked in the lot with four flat tires at 21800 block of Trails Senior Care Center. Officer determined incident to be an act of vandalism. Made contact with the vehicle owner and completed a report.

Officers dispatched to Criminal Damage to Property complaint at 23400 block of 128th Ave. Four vehicles were located with multiple punctured tires and shattered window glass. Hennepin County Crime Lab was summoned to photo/process the crime scene. The incident is under investigation with possible suspects identified.

Jessica Marie Lund, 33, was cited for suspended driver’s license at 147th Ave. and Main Street.

Scott Steven Robasse, 32, was cited for revoked driver’s license at 42nd Street and Naber Ave., St. Michael.

Monday, Nov. 12

Two-vehicle rear end crash reported at Brockton Lane and County Rd. 159. Driver of one vehicle transported to Maple Grove Hospital with neck and back pain.