Rogers Police

RogPoliceBadgeThe following contains a sample of calls reported by Rogers Police from Tuesday, May 14, through Monday, May 20.

Tuesday, May 14

Noticed two vehicles driving on County Road 81. Driver of one of the vehicles crossed the fog line before she turned onto Ironwood Circle. Drivers then pulled into lot of closed business. Valerie Rose Fussy, 29, given verbal warning for texting wile driving statute violation and cited for expired driver’s license. Both drivers had been drinking but officers determined there was not enough evidence to arrest for being over the legal limit. Drivers given ride to gas station to wait for a ride home.

Kendra Jacqueline Hambleton, 18, was cited for failure to obey a traffic control device at Oakwood Drive and 135th Avenue.

Officer observed male party hitchhiking on the ramp to westbound I-94 from Hwy. 101. Identified subject by passport. Subject said he was going to Montana from Minneapolis. Subject argued that he was not on the interstate. Subject started wandering onto roadway when officer was running checks. Officer told subject to stand still. Checks came back clear and officer told subject to walk to the truck stop to find a ride. Officer told subject not to hitchhike, and warned subject that he would be cited and possibly booked if he was caught hitchhiking.

Theft from business reported at 21985 South Diamond Lake Rd. Loss Prevention reports theft which occurred April 17. Suspect was also involved with other thefts from other business locations.

Vehicle stopped for passenger not wearing his seatbelt. Vehicle did not have insurance and during impound a controlled substance was located as well as paraphernalia. Daniel Adam Oltz, 24, was booked into jail for 5th degree controlled substance. One passenger was cited and released for drug paraphernalia and no seat belt.

Unknown vehicle was southbound on Main or possibly turning onto Main from John Deere Lane lost control of their vehicle and struck the hydrant on the SW corner of the intersection. This in turn broke the water main under the southbound lanes of Main Street. The water ruptured through the road surface and began to destruct the roadway. Public works notified.

Wednesday, May 15

Officer responded to a report of a property damage crash on Brockton Lane near County Rd. 81. The officer was advised that vehicle one rear-ended vehicle two while travelling southbound on Brockton Lane. There was additional evidence that vehicle one had recently run off the road and struck a dirt embankment prior to the crash. Driver two said his neck and back hurt so North ambulance was requested. Officer observed signs of impairment in driver one so field sobriety tests were conducted. Driver two was checked on by paramedics and released. Driver one was transported to the Maple Grove hospital for evaluation. Driver one was arrested for DWI at the hospital and the implied consent advisory was read to him. An evidence test was taken and driver one was released to the care of hospital staff. Criminal charges are pending.

Assist Maple Grove PD on a pursuit with three suspects who had just been involved in a Felony Burglary of a residence. Arrested were Sherrick Machon Catchings, 24; Ronald Desean Harris, 26; and Jamal Ajaun Clay Smith, 22.

Received a call of an out of control student at Rogers Middle School. Upon arrival, officer observed that the student trashed a classroom. The student tore up a textbook, threw items around the classroom, tipped over chairs, and broke other items. The student was calm upon arrival. The school asked that the student be cited for Criminal Damage to Property and Disorderly Conduct. The school was told to compile an itemized list of the damage items/property and provide it to the officer. Investigation continues.

Thursday, May 16

Michael Robert Odegaard, 24, was cited for driving after suspension, no proof of insurance, at Bechtold Road and 110th Avenue.

Rogers Fire Chief called and advised that his son contacted him by phone and reported that while he was on the ramp to go east on I-94 from Main Street he was struck by another vehicle. This caused the car to spin out and suffer damage. The second vehicle took off. The caller was on his way to school-and then work, and he did not stop. He was advised to stop by tomorrow when he is back in town to file a report. Investigation continues.

Friday, May 17

Nicole Lee Klein, 36, was cited for expired tabs at I-94 and Main Street.

Officers responded to silent holdup alarm for business cash registers at 21410 136th Ave. A perimeter was established and dispatch called inside as requested. An employee advised there were no problems and walked out as instructed. Officers spoke with staff inside the business who stated they were in the process of removing the counter they were attached to. When they removed the individual alarm units from the counter, they unknowingly tripped the alarm(s).

Jorge Armando Godinez Ramirez, 31, was cited for driving after cancelation at 20851 Commerce Blvd.

The Rogers Police Department was dispatched to a female party fighting with employees at Kohls. Officers arrived on scene and made contact with the party. Female party became belligerent with Officers and would not comply with the orders. Officers attempted to escort party outside the store but became physical. Female party was eventually handcuffed and removed from the store. Kadiyatou Patience Diade Scere, 34, was transported to Hennepin County Jail, where she was booked for Terroristic Threats, 4th Degree Assault.

Saturday, May 18

Shawn Leroy Olson, 43, was cited for expired registration at I-94 and Main Street.

Officers responded to assist Dayton PD on medical. It was reported that a Boa Constrictor snake was wrapped around a person’s arm causing pain. Party was able to free her arm from snake. Officers were cancelled while in route to the location.

Sunday, May 19

Jamie Michael Crosbie, 35, was cited for following too close, reasonable distance after a two car crash at 20200 Rogers Dr.

Victoria Ann Columbus, 21, was cited for expired registration at Territorial Road and Tucker Road.

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