The following incidents were reported by West Hennepin Public Safety between March 17 and March 24.
On March 18, at 3:15 p.m. someone reported her husband lost a metal black wing with hooks on it, off of his truck plow on the 5200 block of Highway 12. Size is 1’ X 1’ possibly as big as a small spare tire with a round piece connected to it. The wing was lost anywhere between Highway 101 in Wayzata, westbound on Hwy. 12 to Howard Lake.
On March 18, at 3:30 p.m. a home owner received a call from a male with a foreign accent, stating she qualified for a $5,000 loan on the 8900 block of Highway 12. Home owner did not give out any information. Caller ID showed a partial phone number of 318-054-197_ last number unknown.
On March 22, at 7:32 p.m. a home owner found half of a deer eaten by the coyotes in his back yard and wanted to know if he could keep the head/rack as it was a 5 pointer on the 4900 block of County Road 6. The home owner wanted WHPS to know he did not shoot it.
On March 24, at 9:34 a.m. there was a hunting complaint at the Robina Lake Wildlife Management Area on the 3200 block of Lake Haughey Road. Complainant was advised it was the crow and spring goose hunting season.
On March 18, at 4:53 p.m. a property owner reported he found his overhead garage door open and everything had been gone through on the 5000 block of Industrial Street. Unknown loss.
On March 19, at 1:16 p.m. there was a report that a 49-year-old female had fallen while in the shower, managed to get dressed but was having upper back/neck pain on the 5300 block of Bryantwood Drive. Maple Plain Fire Rescue placed a C-collar on the victim and was transported via North Memorial Ambulance to the hospital.
On March 19, at 3:10 p.m. a complainant stated a young child was hanging out the passenger side of a vehicle. The 46-year-old male driver from Maple Plain stated his 6-year-old daughter sits in the back seat, buckled in her booster seat, leans forward and yells out the window ‘goodbye’ to her brother when he is dropped off at the bus stop at Three Oaks and Main Street.
On March 20, at 2:21 p.m. there was a report of two closed account checks were issued to a business on the 5200 block of Highway 12. Loss amount of $55.
On March 21, at 7:40 a.m. there was a report that a semi-truck that was westbound on Highway 12 and was weaving all over the road from the white line to the yellow center line at Halgren Road/Highway 12. The truck was located and the driver was found sleeping. The 56-year-old male driver from Olivia stated he started out in Rosemount, had an oil leak on one of his gauges and was headed to Willmar. The driver was advised of the driving complaint. He stated he was tired this morning and that is why he decided to stop in the lot to rest for a while.
On March 21, at 8 p.m. a resident reported someone left a sheet of paper in the community room telling people not to break the mouse, waste printer paper and break the TV remote on the 1500 block of Howard Avenue. The resident’s name was on the note and she had not written it.