Rogers Police

RogPoliceBadgeEditor’s Note: The following contains some but not nearly all of the calls reported by Rogers Police from Monday, Jan. 28, through Monday, Feb. 4.


Tuesday, Feb. 29

Reporting party received a $800 check from the Stone Lounge, paying his band for services rendered Dec. 29. The check was drawn on an account with non-sufficient funds. Police gave the reporting party a bad check packet to complete and send back.

Thursday, Jan. 31

Leah Dawn Hawley, 38, was cited for illegal u-turn after a two-vehicle personal injury auto crash at Industrial Boulevard and Industrial Court.

Friday, Feb. 1

During investigation of a related incident, officers had reasonable suspicion the suspects had been in the parking lot of the business. Officers responded to the business and located the victim who reported his vehicle had been tampered with. The catalytic converter had been cut from his vehicle’s exhaust system, total loss/damage estimated more than $500. The suspects were both arrested and booked in Hennepin County Jail.

Officers received a call of a car prowler in the Twin City Hose parking lot.  A Rogers officer located the suspect vehicle in the area and conducted an investigatory stop.  Officers arrested two men suspected of stealing a catalytic converter.  One subject was also found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia and a substance believed to be a scheduled narcotic.

Sabrina Michelle Hoysler, 27, and Christine Marie Kraft, 22, were cited for shoplifting at Kohl’s.

Officers were advised of a vehicle eastbound on I-94 just entering Maple Grove in which the male driver appeared to be shirtless/naked. Maple Grove Police and MN State Patrol were watching for the car, unknown if contact was made.

Ryne James Zenner, 22, was cited for illegal u-turn at Main Street and 141st Avenue.

Saturday, Feb. 2

Officer received information from a Dayton PD Officer on some evidence left behind of an apparent property damage hit and run. Located the front bumper cover, MN license plate included, at this location. Tracks indicate the vehicle struck a road sign, no sign of driver information left at the scene. The bumper cover was collected and the owner was eventually contacted. Bumper cover was returned and insurance information received. Driver was advised of obligations in the event of a property damage accident and verbally warned for fail to report. The cover was released to the vehicle owners father. Public Works will receive accident information so they can be compensated for sign repair. Cited was Sally Angela Weivoda, 28.

Officers assisted Rogers Fire Department in response to a dryer on fire at residence on Gardner Avenue. First arriving officer located the homeowner in front of the residence confirming it was evacuated. She was advised to move her vehicle from the garage as smoke was located coming from two opened windows on the SE corner of the split level home. Fire units arrived and reported the fire knocked down at 1212 hours. Officers assisted with blocking access at Gardner Ave at Orchid Ave & Jacylyn Dr.

Sunday, Feb. 3

Officers were dispatched to a  single-vehicle crash on Interstate 94 near County Rd. 81. Upon arrival, Officers spoke with witnesses who saw the driver flee the scene on foot. Driver was later located and arrested for multiple charges including DWI. The passenger in the vehicle was taken to North Memorial Hospital for possible injury evaluation. Arrested was Nick Freeborn Williams, 34.

While on routine patrol, an officer found a 1- foot U-Haul truck backed up to metal materials on the back side of this business complex. One subject was in the cab of the box truck, two others were in the back handling a piece of steel piping. Three subjects were detained as Corcoran PD assisted Rogers Officers in the investigation. Ronald Keith Stone, 48; Todd Michael Fryman, 38; and Melissa Renee Westring, 36, were charged with Misdemeanor theft and released.

Portchia MarieEinfeldt, 24, was cited for driving after revocation, Tedd Foss violation and no proof of insurance at 53rd Avenue and I-94.