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.

Arrests

Corcoran Police reported a DAR arrest Tuesday, Sept. 17 at 4:40 p.m. at County Rd. 101 and Weaver Lake Dr. Arrested was Kevin Jon Jacobson, 53, of Maple Grove for driving after revocation of his driver’s license.

Corcoran Police reported a DAS arrest Saturday, Sept. 21 at 5:19 p.m. at County Rd. 10 and Maple Hill Rd. Arrested was Edwin Ochoa Fuentes, 23, of Corcoran for driving after suspension of his driver’s license, speeding, no proof of insurance and failure to obtain a MN DL within 60 days.

Corcoran Police reported a DAC-IPS arrest Saturday, Sept. 21 at 6:25 p.m. at County Rd. 10 and County Rd. 101. Arrested was Michael Anthony Birdsell, 52, of Corcoran for driving after cancellation of his driver’s license-inimical to public safety.

Corcoran Police reported a possession arrest Thursday, Sept. 26 at 11:31 p.m. at County Rd. 30 and County Rd. 19. Arrested was Kendall Joseph Porter, 31, of Rockford for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Corcoran Police reported a possession arrest Thursday, Sept. 26 at 11:31 p.m. at County Rd. 30 and County Rd. 19. Arrested was Joshua Ray Whitfield, 19, of Rockford for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Property damage

The department reported a personal injury accident Monday, Sept. 23 at 7:27 a.m. in the area of County Rd. 50 and County Rd. 10. Vehicle # 1 was westbound County Rd. 10 to go westbound County Rd. 50 and the driver failed to yield the right of way to vehicle # 2, who was eastbound on County Rd. 10. The school bus and SUV struck almost head on. Twelve children and one adult were transported to Maple Grove Hospital with minor injuries. The bus driver was cited for failure to yield the right of way.

The department reported a property damage accident Monday, Sept. 23 at 4:02 p.m. in the area of County Rd. 30 and County Rd. 19. Driver of vehicle #1 had stopped at the stop sign of westbound County Road 30, at County Road 19. Driver of vehicle #2 had stopped behind vehicle #1. Both vehicles were in the right turn lane to go north on County Road 19. Vehicle #1 pulled forward to see around the vehicle in the left turn lane on County Road 30 to go south on County Road 19. Driver of vehicle #2 saw vehicle #1 moving so they started moving forward and began looking left to observe traffic. Driver of vehicle #2 did not see that driver of vehicle #1 had stopped for oncoming traffic. Driver of vehicle #2 struck the back end of vehicle #1.

The department reported a property damage accident Tuesday, Sept. 24 at 5:15 p.m. in the area of Oakdale Dr. and Trail Haven Rd. Driver of vehicle #1 was southbound on Trail Haven Rd. Driver of vehicle #1 said they stopped at the stop sign on Trail Haven Rd. at the intersection of Oakdale Dr. Driver of vehicle #1 said they started to go across Oakdale Dr. to continue southbound on Trail Haven Rd., when they saw vehicle #2 coming westbound on Oakdale Dr. Driver of vehicle #1 said they “gunned it” to get across Oakdale Dr., but forgot they had the trailer on the back, so vehicle #2 hit the trailer that the driver of vehicle #1 was pulling. One of the two personal watercrafts came off of the trailer and came to rest on the shoulder of the eastbound lane of Oakdale Drive.

The department reported a property damage incident Thursday, Sept. 26 at 12:49 p.m. in the area of 207XX Hidden Ponds Dr. The reporting party stated that an unknown suspect had shot a window in their house. The window was on the second story of the residence and Officers found a shotgun slug near the broken window. Officers were able to determine that a neighbor had been practice shooting and a slug must have ricochet and struck the window. The neighbor advised they would no longer practice shooting in that area and were apologetic. Their information was passed along to the reporting party so they could work on the window replacement.

The department reported a property damage incident Saturday, Sept. 28 at 7:00 a.m. in the area of 210XX Horseshoe Tr. The reporting party stated unknown suspects had thrown a traffic cone at their mailbox, damaging it. Total loss $50.00. There are no identifiable suspects at this time.

Theft

Theft of vehicle was reported Friday, Sept. 20 at 9:39 p.m. in the 78XX block of Maple Hill Rd. The reporting party stated they parked their truck on the street and when they returned home the truck was gone. The truck was located in the park’s parking lot; however all of their belongings were missing. There are no identifiable suspects at this time.

Theft of lawn mower was reported Thursday, Sept. 26 at 6:57 a.m. in the 76XX block of Commerce St. A 20 hp Koh Twin ECS E/S Power head commercial walk behind mower and 60” mowing deck assembly was taken sometime overnight from the business. The case has been forwarded to the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office for investigation.

Theft of identity was reported Thursday, Sept. 26 at 3:19 p.m. in the 81XX block of Strehler Rd. The reporting party stated they received a letter from the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office advising them their information was found among other items of a suspect of theirs. There is no loss for the reporting party at this time.

Medicals

The department responded to a medical emergency Tuesday, Sept. 17 at 11:31 a.m. in the 200XX block of Hillside Dr. A 63 year old female was having trouble breathing. The patient was transported to Maple Grove Hospital by North Ambulance.

The department responded to a medical emergency Friday, Sept. 20 at 5:22 p.m. in the 89XX block of Trail Haven Rd. A 64 year old female was having difficulty breathing. The patient was transported to Methodist Hospital by North Ambulance.

The department responded to a medical emergency Saturday, Sept. 21 at 6:46 p.m. in the 191XX block of 81st Pl. N. A 69 year old male was having difficulty breathing. The patient was transported to the U of M Hospital by North Ambulance.

Miscellaneous

The department responded to a report of a parking complaint on Monday, Sept. 16 at 2:33 p.m. in the 232XX block of Strehler Rd. The reporting party stated there was a trailer blocking the roadway on Strehler Rd. and County Rd. 19. The Officer arrived in the area to find a trailer parking in the eastbound lane of Strehler Rd. on the downside of the hill. It was a hazard to eastbound traffic as one could not see it until they arrived at the trailer. There was a truck parked on the opposite side of the road. The Officer had the person move the truck behind the trailer so all was visible and that there was a clear lane of travel.

The department responded to a report of a suspicious act on Monday, Sept. 16 at 4:09 p.m. in the 213XX block of Meadow La. The reporting party stated their son had applied for a work from home job and was hired by a company where he was supposed to repackage items that were sent to their house. Once the items were repackaged, the son would then send the items overseas via pre-paid postage. Upon further investigation, it was determined that this was a scam and the business had obtained another person’s credit card information and made numerous purchases via the fraudulent cards. The reporting party had contacted the Better Business Bureau and the Attorney General’s Office and they advised them to file a police report. There was no financial loss for the reporting party or their son so the report is considered a civil issue at this time.

The department responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle on Wednesday, Sept. 18 at 8:05 a.m. in the 231XX block of County Rd. 10. The reporting party stated there was a suspicious vehicle parked in their driveway for 3-5 minutes. The vehicle was gone on the Officer’s arrival.

The department responded to a report of a court order violation on Wednesday, Sept. 18 at 2:46 p.m. in the 90XX Foxline Dr. The reporting party stated their ex-spouse was not following the court order and showed up to retrieve property from their house. The court order states the ex-spouse needs to give one hours’ notice to pick items up. The Officer advised the reporting party the ex-spouse had given an hours’ notice per the court order. The reporting party stated the ex-spouse keeps coming back instead of removing all of their items at once. Officers advised the reporting there was no violation of the court order at this time.

The department responded to a report of a wire down on Thursday, Sept. 19 at 12:24 p.m. in the area of Olde Sturbridge Dr. The reporting party called the administrative office to say a power line was down. It appeared a tree from the storm had broken off and pulled the line down. Wright Hennepin was contacted and had it on their list to fix. The wire was off the road and not causing any issues.

The department responded to a report of found property on Thursday, Sept. 19 at 12:20 p.m. in the 198XX block of Hunters Ridge. The reporting party stated there were two bikes lying in the woods. It appears kids rode their bikes to the bus stop and placed the bikes near the woods so they could ride them home after getting off the bus in the afternoon.

The department responded to a report of attempted identity theft on Friday, Sept. 20 at 12:09 p.m. in the 226XX block of County Rd. 10. The reporting party stated they had received two packages in the mail that they had not ordered. The packages were ordered by an unknown party through eBay’s bill me later program. The reporting party has been in contact with eBay’s staff and they had requested the reporting party to file a police report so they could take further action. There was no loss to the reporting party at this time.

The department responded to a report of a disturbance on Friday, Sept. 20 at 9:24 p.m. in the 78XX block of Maple Hill Rd. The reporting party stated there was a male yelling and people standing around outside. The Officer arrived on scene and found the suspect sitting in the front seat of a vehicle with the door open. The suspect admitted to being loud. The Officers advised the suspect of the complaint and they advised they would tone it down.

The department responded to a report of trespassing on Saturday, Sept. 21 at 8:49 p.m. in the 238XX block of County Rd. 10. The reporting party stated there was a person trespassing on their property, possibly hunting. The reporting party stated they spoke with the person and were told that they had been given permission to hunt the property by the reporting party’s spouse. The reporting party advised the Officer that their spouse did not give them permission to hunt the property. The Officer went to the suspect’s home and advised them of the complaint. The suspect had permission from the reporting party’s neighbor to hunt their property. The suspect apologized for the mix-up.

The department responded to a report of a runaway on Sunday, Sept. 22 at 2:36 a.m. in the 78XX block of Maple Hill Rd. The Officer received a call that a runaway was at the residence. Officers arrived on scene and learned that the reporting party had arrived home to find their daughter had a guest at the house. The guest turned out to be a runaway from Columbia Heights. Officers took the runaway and met the Columbia Heights Police Department for an exchange. The Columbia Heights Police Department handled the incident from then on.

The department responded to a report of unwanted parties on Sunday, Sept. 22 at 7:18 p.m. in the 199XX block of Dassel La. The reporting party stated there were unwanted people at their residence. Officers arrived on scene and found that the reporting party’s daughters were at the residence to serve them with papers and the reporting party refused to open the door. The reporting party then came outside and asked the daughters to leave and papers were then served. All parties went their separate ways.

The department responded to a report of a welfare check on Monday, Sept. 23 at 11:42 a.m. in the 228XX block of County Rd. 50. The reporting party stated they last spoke with their mother about an hour and a half ago, but now was unable to get in contact with her. Her blood sugar was at 36 last they spoke. The Officer arrived at the residence and knocked on the door. There was no answer. The Officer opened the unlocked door and yelled into the house. The mother did answer. She had woken from a nap. North Paramedics arrived on scene and checked her blood sugar, which was at 292. The patient was advised to get a new tester. The patient was okay.

The department responded to a report of a welfare check on Wednesday, Sept. 25 at 5:52 p.m. in the 78XX block of Maple Hill Rd. The reporting party stated they wanted unattended minor children checked on. There was a four year old boy and a one and half year old girl that were home alone. Officers checked on the welfare of the children and found the one and half year old sleeping on a bed. As the Officers were at the residence an 18 year old male came home. Officers spoke with the male and were advised that a 13 year old sister was supposed to be watching the children. The sister came home while Officers were speaking with the male. While Officers were questioning the 13 year old female, a 19 year old uncle arrived home. The uncle advised that the children’s mother was at work from 2:00 p.m. until sometime later that night. The report has been forwarded to Hennepin County Child Protection for follow up.

The department responded to a report of a runaway on Wednesday, Sept. 25 at 9:10 p.m. in the 78XX block of Maple Hill Rd. The reporting party stated their 13 year old daughter had run away from home after an argument. Officers were able to locate the juvenile and returned her home.

The department responded to a report of a suspicious act on Thursday, Sept. 26 at 10:11 a.m. in the 102XX block of Bechtold Rd. The reporting party stated a white male approached them asking if they knew anyone who would buy some equipment from them. When the reporting party stated no, the male left the area. There are no identifiable suspects at this time.

The department responded to a report of an abandoned vehicle on Friday, Sept. 27 at 7:41 p.m. in the 75XX block of County Rd. 116. The reporting party stated there was an abandoned vehicle parked in the parking lot for more than a week. The Officer advised the reporting party that the vehicle was not stolen and advised on private property towing procedures.

The department responded to a report of a suspicious person on Friday, Sept. 27 at 4:07 p.m. in the 75XX block of County Rd. 116. The reporting party stated they had spent about an hour and half with a customer and during that time the customer had asked some very personal questions. The reporting party then became concerned when the person stated they saw the reporting party’s truck at a business in Medina. Officers advised the reporting party to call 911 if the person returns and to advise their employer of the situation.

The department responded to a report of a suspicious act on Saturday, Sept. 28 at 1:36 a.m. in the area of 78XX Maple Hill Rd. The Officer was on routine patrol when he was flagged down by a resident stating there was an occupied vehicle parked on the roadway. The Officer checked the vehicle and found a 17 year old female and an 18 year old male. The female advised the Officer that she was sick after riding the roller coasters at Valley Fair. The Officer followed the vehicle to the residence and then spoke with the 17 year old female’s mother. The Officer advised the mother that all appeared normal as he approached the vehicle, but due to the time, he wanted to make contact with her.

The department responded to a report of a civil matter on Saturday, Sept. 28 at 11:20 a.m. in the 214XX block of County Rd. 10. The reporting party stated their ex-spouse did not return their children at the assigned time. The children were not home by 11:00 a.m. and this is a violation of the child custody court order. A report was taken.

The department responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle on Saturday, Sept. 28 at 4:06 p.m. in the 199XX block of County Rd. 10. The reporting party stated there was an occupied vehicle in the lot for approximately 45 minutes. Then a male came around from behind one of the businesses from the east with five back-pack type bags, placed them in the back of the truck and then got into the truck. Another male then came from the west side of the business and got into the back of the truck. The truck then left the area. The Officer checked all the local businesses and found nothing was tampered with. Officers were unable to locate the vehicle or the males.

The department responded to a report of a missing person on Saturday, Sept. 28 at 5:58 p.m. in the 94XX block of Cain Rd. The reporting party is concerned that they are unable to reach their 23 year old daughter. The reporting party stated this was out of the ordinary for the daughter to not answer her calls or text messages. The Officer put an attempt to locate out on the daughter. At approximately 7:22 p.m. the reporting party called to say they had talked to the daughter, she was fine and her phone had gotten wet so it wasn’t working. The attempt to locate was cancelled.

The department responded to a report of a civil matter on Saturday, Sept. 28 at 8:04 p.m. in the 78XX block of Maple Hill Rd. The reporting party stated their soon-to-be ex-husband wouldn’t give their child back to her. Apparently there was some pushing back and forth at the ex’s residence and the Wright County Sheriff’s Deputies had responded so the reporting party left and returned to their temporary address. They wanted the Corcoran Officer to go and pick up their child. The Officer advised the reporting party that without a court order, we would not go and pick up the child. The Officer advised the reporting party to go to the courthouse in Wright County on Monday and get a court order for custodial rights of the child.

The department responded to a report of lost property on Monday, Sept. 30 at 1:49 a.m. somewhere between Hanover and the 78XX block of Kalk Rd., via County Rd. 19 and County Rd. 50. The reporting party stated a friend of theirs lost a red kayak. Contact information was provided in the event the kayak is located.

up arrow