Rogers Police

RogPoliceBadgeThe following contains a sample of calls reported by Rogers Police from Monday, Sept. 23, through Sunday, Sept. 29.

Monday, Sept. 23

Robert Charles Million, 21, was cited for expired tabs at Main Street and Industrial Boulevard.

Shawn Paul Nelson, 40, was cited at County Rd. 81 and Brockton Lane for failing to comply with plate impoundment after the plates were impounded for prior DUI. The plates were seized and vehicle impounded.

Complaint taken that a vehicle’s tires were slashed at 14455 Starlite Dr.

Officers dispatched to store for an cooperative adult male in custody for shoplifting. A 26 year old male had been detained for theft of a $55 sweatshirt. He was cited for the misdemeanor offense by Officers and released at the scene.

Kelly Ann Moccia, 36, was cited for expired registration and suspended license at 141st Avenue and Rogers Drive.

Tuesday, Sept. 24

Brian Leroy Bach, 18, was issued a citation for gas drive-off at 21451 South Diamond Lake Rd.

Wednesday, Sept. 25

Passerby at 130th Avenue and Oakwood reporting seeing juveniles toilet papering some trees by a house in Rogers. Passerby said the parties left in a silver vehicle. Area check uncovered toilet papering at multiple locations and an additional report was taken with multiple juveniles seen toilet papering in the area. A silver in color vehicle belonging to a Rogers area family and High School student was found parked at a park nearby. The vehicle appeared to have clothing belonging to juveniles. The mother of the believed to be juvenile driver was contacted who said her son was in the area supposedly doing a homework project with friends. Advised of the toilet-papering and the mother said she would get a hold of her son.

Katherine Lorraine Mazo, 44, was cited for expired registration at Main Street and South Diamond Lake Road.

Richard Daniel Sobrack, 32, was cited for driving after suspension at Main Street and John Milless Drive.

Dispatched to the area of Interstate 94 and Main Street on an indecent exposure incident. Suspect exposed himself on westbound Interstate 94 at Weaver Lake Road. Located and stopped suspect, who was taken into custody and turned over to Maple Grove Police. The suspect had an extensive history of indecent exposure incidents.

Thursday, Sept. 26

Report of juveniles milling around high school entry area. Upon arrival, juveniles were gone. Observed black sedan with “SENIORS” painted on the side parked adjacent to the front rocks. A large number of pallets were placed on the front sidewalk. Spoke to custodian, who said he was not authorized to order a tow for the vehicle. Extra patrol requested. Officer surveilled area and saw two subjects arrive in area. Officer spoke to subjects, who said they had permission from school administration to put the car near the rocks. The subjects said the pallets were brought to place around the car to prevent juniors from painting the car.

Friday, Sept. 27

Officer made a traffic stop on a car full of juveniles at 141st Avenue. The trunk had lots of toilet paper in it. Juveniles were cited for curfew and an adult came to pick them up. Photos were taken and uploaded to the case file.

James Neil Lawrence, 22, was cited for driving after suspension and no proof of insurance at I-94 and Main Street.

De Lon Corvez Burkhalter, 21, was cited for a property damage crash at 19850 South Diamond Lake Rd. parking lot.

Officers were dispatched to a business in the 21400 block of John Milless Drive for a theft that occurred earlier in the day of a cell phone. Officers arrived and spoke with the reporting party and a witness. Officers obtained surveillance video of the theft, witness statement, and photographs of the suspects. Suspects are described as two males, one african american and the other of middle eastern decent. Unknown how suspects arrived on scene. Total loss is $89.99.

Saturday, Sept. 28

Michael John Nelles, 47, was cited for revoked license at James Road and 141st Ave.

The reporting part called reporting her 14 year old daughter injured from a crash at the indoor go cart track. The subject had reportedly lost consciousness briefly. Officer responded to assist Dayton PD on the call as they were unavailable on an unrelated matter. Officer arrived with Dayton Fire and located the subject lying on the track. She was semi conscious and orientated, she did have a helmet on at the time of the crash and reportedly landed on her right side. She was thrown from the go cart as her mother bumped into her with another cart. The helmet did not show signs of impact. She was stabilized for neck and back. North Ambulance transported her to Childrens Hospital Mpls.

Sunday, Sept. 29

Officers were dispatched to an in progress financial transaction card fraud at Cabelas. Two male subjects were currently in the store making large purchases. The pair had been at the store the previous day and purchased several thousand dollars worth of merchandise. Store loss prevention had only recently confirmed the prior days transactions to be fraudulent with the financial institutions. After an aggregate $6,000 sale, the pair left the store in a grey Ford Focus. Officers made a traffic stop and eventually arrested both subjects and recovered evidence suggesting additional transactions across the metro area. The males had Florida identification and the vehicle was a rental car. Demis Alain Rodrigues, 33, and Yoan Alvarez Hernandez, 33, were booked in Hennepin County Jail and Hennepin County Detectives are involved in further investigation of the incident. Cabelas was in contact with MN Bureau of Criminal Apprehension agents who are also investigating the pair as part of a larger criminal organization.

Truckers arguing and swearing at 13400 Rogers Dr. about driving and backing up in the lot, including the argument about who has been driving trucks longer. Parties exchanged unpleasantries back and forth which led to 1 driver admittedly calling the other a racial slur and then allegedly threatening to cut this other driver. Party at first requested charges for assault and upon talking to him further he asked about having to go to court for the incident, which he was advised was a possibility. The party then requested to “drop it”, but was happy when it was offered to have the other trucker leave for the night. The other driver was advised on the fact that he could have been charged, and was unhappy, but agreed based on the circumstances to leave the business and find another parking location. Both parties separated.