Corcoran Police

Items are selected from reports made to the Corcoran Police Department and are not intended to provide a comprehensive picture of all services provided by the Corcoran Police Department.

Property damage

The department reported a property damage auto crash Wednesday, April 10 at 7:19 a.m. in the area of County Rd. 116 and County Rd. 30. All three vehicles were eastbound on County Rd. 30 and stopped for the stoplight at County Rd. 116. Driver #3’s foot slipped off the brake and hit the accelerator. Driver #3’s vehicle then struck the rear of Vehicle #2, which in turn, struck the rear of Vehicle #1. No injuries and only minor damage was reported.

The department reported a property damage auto crash Thursday, April 11 at 12:15 p.m. in the area of 109 Ave. N. and Cain Rd. The vehicle was eastbound on 109 Ave. N. when the driver lost control in slushy snow, spun the vehicle 180 degrees, went off the road to the right and struck a utility pole. No injuries were reported.

The department reported a personal injury accident Saturday, April 13 at 7:55 a.m. in the area of the 90XX block of Trail Haven Rd. The driver was southbound on Trail Haven Rd. when they lost control, over corrected, ran off the road and rolled the vehicle several times. The driver was taken to North Memorial Medical Center by North Ambulance.

Medicals

The department responded to a medical emergency Thursday, April 11 at 2:00 a.m. in the 78XX block of Maple Hill Rd. A 68 year old female was feeling ill and couldn’t move. The patient was transported to Maple Grove Hospital by North Ambulance.

The department responded to a medical emergency Saturday, April 13 at 4:47 p.m. in the 193XX block of Mystique Dr. An 80 year old male was ill. The patient was transported to North Memorial Medical Center by North Ambulance.

Miscellaneous

The department responded to a report of a welfare check on Monday, April 8 at 9:25 a.m. in the 92XX block of County Rd. 19. The reporting party stated they have been trying to call their son since Friday and only receive a busy signal. Officers checked the residence and found everything to be fine. None of the phones were off the hook; however, there was no dial tone. The Officer advised the reporting party of their findings.

The department responded to a report of a burglary on Monday, April 8 at 10:01 a.m. in the 79XX block of Maple Hill Rd. The reporting party stated they had noticed some utility equipment missing on April 7, but thought their crew might be using it. On April 8, they discovered their crew was not using the equipment. The reporting party believes the suspect(s) had climbed over a fence and entered a service door sometime between April 6 at 5:00 p.m. and 10:00 a.m. on April 7. Three utility carts were missing. Crew members found the carts on various spots on the golf course. There is minor damage to the carts. Total loss is $500.00

The department responded to a report of a structure fire on Tuesday, April 9 at 7:09 a.m. in the 200XX block of 75 Ave. N. The reporting party advised there was a building on fire. Everyone was evacuated from the building. The Hamel, Loretto, Rogers, Hanover, Maple Grove, Plymouth, Long Lake and Maple Plain Fire Departments responded to extinguish the fire. The cause is under investigation.

The department responded to a report of an identity theft on Tuesday, April 9 at 4:30 p.m. in the 196XX block of 63 Ave. The reporting party stated they needed to report a possible identity theft. They had received a letter from their bank stating they had requested a change of address. The reporting party had not requested the change of address and called the bank. The bank advised the reporting party that the address change had come from the post office. The reporting party spoke with the post office and they had no record of an address change for the reporting party. The reporting party called back later to advise the department that there was a mistake made at the bank. The address change was on a different account, but got put on the reporting party’s account by accident.

The department responded to a report of a welfare check on Tuesday, April 9 at 6:34 p.m. in the 203XX block of Hillside Dr. The reporting party felt that a couple of texts they received from a friend were indicating they might want to kill themselves. The Officer located the friend. The friend didn’t understand why the reporting party would call and say they wanted to hurt themselves. The Officer spoke with the friend and advised they appeared to be fine and not under the influence of anything. Officer advised the reporting party.

The department responded to a report of a threats complaint on Wednesday, April 10 at 7:47 p.m. in the 78XX block of Maple Hill Rd. The reporting party stated they were walking on the road and saw a pit-bull across the street. They walked onto an adjoining property to avoid contact with the pit-bull. The homeowner, of the property they chose to walk on, then came out of their residence and started yelling at them and threatened to shoot them if they saw them again. The Officer spoke with the homeowner and advised them as to why the person was walking in their yard. The homeowner stated they didn’t know that. The Officer advised the homeowner to stay inside next time. The Officer advised the reporting party to use a different route walking to church to avoid the pit-bull and the neighbor.

The department responded to a report of a gas odor on Friday, April 12 at 1:45 a.m. in the 78XX block of Maple Hill Rd. The reporting party stated there was an odor of gas in the residence. The Officer went inside and could smell a light odor of natural gas in the residence. The reporting party reported the furnace made several attempts to start, but it would not start. The reporting party also noticed that the pilot lights on the gas stove were out. Hamel Fire responded and CenterPoint Energy was notified.

The department responded to a report of customer trouble on Friday, April 12 at 6:31 p.m. in the 97XX block of County Rd. 101. The reporting party stated that a customer had punched a camera dome in the men’s bathroom of the business. The suspect admitted to punching the dome because he was angry that there was a camera in the bathroom. The Officer explained to the suspect that the dome was not recording at that time. The reporting party did not want to press charges, just wanted the suspect to leave the business and not return. The Officer explained this to the suspect and they understood and stated they would not come back.

The department responded to a report of found property on Sunday, April 14 at 1:24 p.m. in the 76XX block of Commerce St. The reporting party stated there were some pieces of equipment laying in the yard that don’t look like they belong there. The Officer arrived on scene and found two leaf blowers and two weed trimmers lying up against the wall of the business. Officers checked the area and the items may have come from a neighboring business that had them in a bin for recycling purposes. Further investigation is ongoing.

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