Rogers Police

RogPoliceBadgeThe following contains a sample of calls reported by Rogers Police from Monday, Oct. 21, through Sunday, Oct. 27.

Monday, Oct. 21

Traffic stop for speed of 49 in 30 zone on Main Street in Rogers which led to 4th Degree DWI arrest. Internal Radar calibration check passed. Vehicle impounded by Burdas Towing, party was tested at the Rogers PD where he blew a .14. Brian Rogers, 49, was photographed and fingerprinted before being released via tab charge at his residence where he was brought home to, due to not being able to locate a ride.

Tuesday, Oct. 22

The reporting party called to report she had rear ended a Tan Dodge 4×4 Pickup westbound S Diamond Lake Road in the turn lane to northbound Hwy. 101. The RP pulled over along with the second vehicle who had no visible damage. She reported the Asian female driver refused to exchange info and left the scene since she sustained no damage. The RP pulled into the Davanni’s lot to call the PD. Moderate damage to the front of the complainants vehicle. She provided a registration number which did not match the described suspect vehicle. The complainants information is logged in the event the second half reports the crash on a later date.

Officers were dispatched to Cabelas for a cooperative shoplifter in custody. Officers arrived and made contact with the Loss Prevention Officer and suspect. The suspect had committed two thefts within a week. The total for the merchandise that was stolen was $604.93 dollars. Kenneth Lynne, 71, was arrested and transported to the Rogers Police Department. He was fingerprinted and released with a court date.

Wife called reporting a domestic disturbance between her and her husband at the 20200 block of Mallard Way. Officers responded and located the two parties at the residence. Wife had alleged husband knocked a bowl of chilli from her hand during a verbal argument over his indiscretions. Husband maintains she threw the chilli and called police. Husband had collected essentials and agreed to leave the residence to avoid further conflict. No evidence of a physical assault, both parties were issued a services card and Officers cleared.

Gilbert Phillips, 44, was cited for violating restricted driver’s license after a walk in for vehicle release.

Resident of a Hotel at 21130 134th Ave. approached Officers outside in their squads and identified that a black male in a spray painted black S-10 pick-up truck drove up to him on Rogers Drive and offered to sell him some “rock” assuming it to be crack cocaine. Area check conducted for the truck without any luck.

Wednesday, Oct. 23

Vehicle stopped at Northdale Boulevard and South Diamond Lake Road for unlit license plate lights and for being identified as the suspect vehicle in a possible theft at the Super America in Rogers within the last 40 minutes. Vehicle owner was in the passenger seat with a B-card restriction and knew about and admitted to the rear license plate lights being out and the fact that he had a B-card restriction, but was drinking. PBT administered to passenger/owner with a reading of .124. Danielle Olson, 32, was cited for driving after revocation, while the male party who violated the b-card restriction will have the incident identified to the Driver and Vehicle Services division. Theft incident was not verified at the time of the stop, for any exact items stolen. Consent was given and a brief check was conducted without finding any items. A phone charger was later identified as possibly having been stolen, but was not seen in the vehicle or on the female suspect. Business management requested the parties be trespassed, so each were given a trespass form and were explained the fact that they were trespassed from the Rogers store. Party came up to drive the vehicle for the owner. This party had a misdemeanor warrant out of Isanti County. Robert Harrison, 27, was taken into custody and was booked at Hennepin County Jail. Vehicle was picked up by a valid driver who drove the vehicle and occupants home.

Officer responded to residence after reported slashing of four tires on vehicle in the driveway at 14345 Raspberry Dr. from previous evening.

Thursday, Oct. 24

Mark Greseth, 33, was cited for texting while driving at I-94 and Main St.

Rachel Halek, 33, was cited for texting while driving at Main Street and South Diamond Lake Road.

Friday, Oct. 25

Anthony Berhow, 33, was cited for expired registration and unlit license plate light at Main Street and I-94.

Bobby Hooten, 24, was cited for no motor vehicle insurance at Main Street and 141st Ave.

John Hagel, 55, was cited for driving after cancellation at County Rd. 81 and Fletcher Lane.

Saturday, Oct. 26

Zhanna Bombeshko, 28, was cited for driving in violation of dealership plates and failed transfer of title at 109th Ave. and Tilton Trail.

Officer was dispatched to the Three Rivers Park district – Crow Hassan Park to assist Three Rivers Park Police in checking the area for a party possibly thrown from a horse. Ambulance was responding the area to standby and were a ways out. Officer had the fire department Duty Crew respond to assist in search efforts. Initial information was a saddled horse was seen running, unmounted, eastbound from within the park. Subject was located, she walked from NE of Prairie Lake to parking area. She was uninjured just looking for her 5-year-old Male Arabian – Grey w/ Burgundy Tack which had thrown her off on a trail ride. Park police was coordinating a park service officer team to look for the horse.

Mosic Green-price, 24, was cited for expired registration and no insurance at South Diamond Lake Road and Main Street.

Sunday, Oct. 27

Two parties were reported to have eaten in the TA restaurant and left without making payment. Officers responded and were directed to the parked semi which the subjects got into. A male and female suspect were taken into custody for misdemeanor theft, booked and released. Arrested was Cory Holdsworth, 27.

Jennifer Storm, 45, was arrested for trespassing on private property attempting to steal scrap metal at 14595 James Rd.

Officers were dispatched to a residence with a 19 year old female acting out of control as her father was holding her down. Officers arrived as well as North Memorial Ambulance as the decision was made to place the female on an emergency admission hold. The female was transported to North Memorial in Robbinsdale.