Rogers Police

RogPoliceBadgeThe following is a sample of calls reported by Rogers Police from Monday, Nov. 11, through Sunday, Nov. 17.

Monday, Nov. 11

Officers were contacted by Target Loss Prevention regarding several ongoing theft cases. Target has requested assistance in identifying the suspects involved in these cases. Photographs were obtained from Target to be viewed by officers.

Officers received an attempt to locate for an assault suspect. The suspect is known to work at Archway in Rogers. The location was searched for the suspect vehicle. Suspect vehicle located in the lot. Suspect was apprehended inside the business with the assistance of Archway Management who brought the suspect from a work area to an office area. Suspect transported to meet with Brooklyn Center Officer who took the party into custody.

Officers responded to residential fire started in the chimney area of the residence in the basement at 12160 Park Dr. Residence has extensive damage to the west side of the residence and the roof.

Tuesday, Nov. 12

Officers were dispatched to Travel America on a hit and run traffic crash. Officers were advised a parked semi/trailer combination had been struck while parked. Damage to the semi was confined to the front passenger side bumper, and wheel fender. Damage appears consistent with the vehicle being struck by a passing semi/trailer entering the parking/fuel area. No paint transfer was available. Damage likely caused by drivers side rear of trailing unit.

Resident called reporting a German Shepherd in her yard again at 27320 109th Ave. Community service officer called animal owner and advised. By the time CSO got down to residence German shepherd was home. CSO advised owner this has got to stop. If there is a next time there will be citations and animal will end up at Monticello Animal.

Officer received information about a juvenile drinking party that occurred in Medina on Nov. 7. Information was sent to Medina Police Department. Officer received follow-up information about a student who had to have his stomach pumped due to excessive alcohol consumption at the party. Information forwarded to Medina Police Department for follow-up on possible social host or contributing to the delinquency of a minor violation.

Reporting party came to the Rogers Police Department to report a burglary from his home at 12000 block of Elm Parkway. There was no forced entry and the victim reportedly has identified the suspect as an acquaintance. See report for further information.

Wednesday, Nov. 13

Dispatched to Super 8 on welfare check. Located subject who was okay. Checks on subject found outstanding warrants out of multiple jurisdictions. Zachary Hayes, 21, was arrested and transported.

Parent of Rogers High School student responded to school to talk to the student about drug use. Parent requested an ambulance to respond to the school to transport the student to Fairview Riverside Hospital for treatment. North Memorial Ambulance responded and transported the student. Paramedics said that an Application for Emergency Admission was not needed.

Officer received a driving complaint on a vehicle that was “all over the road.” Officer located the suspect vehicle driving the wrong direction on Industrial Blvd near Rivers Edge Rd and stopped the vehicle. The driver was arrested DUI-Controlled Substance. Prescription pills and drug paraphernalia were found inside the vehicle and seized for evidence. The vehicle was towed by Burdas. The man was booked for 3rd Degree DUI- Controlled Substance and released from the Rogers PD.

Officer responded to a theft in progress at Kohl’s. Officer took three females into custody for gross misdemeanor shoplifting. A juvenile female fled from Loss Prevention and resisted when officer tried to detain her and is being charged with obstruct with force as a juvenile. Two adult females were booked at the Rogers Police Department for gross misdemeanor theft. The juvenile female did not have identification but consistently gave the correct name and date of birth. The officer located a CJIS entry for the juvenile. The officer was unable to contact parents so she was transported to the Link curfew center after a photo was taken. Her mom allegedly moved to Illinois and she has no legal gaurdian in the state. The juvenile claimed to have a small child at home. Officer contacted Hennepin County Juvenile Protection and Minneapolis Police and advised them. Minneapolis police later advised they were unable to make contact at the residence to do a welfare check. Officer contacted the Link to verify the address that the officer was given was correct but the Link advised she fled from the curfew center. The officer is also recommending gross misdemeanor neglect/child endangerment charge for the mother who was using her small child to assist in the theft and potentially endangering the child’s safety. Arrested were Tatianna Carpenter, 18; and Jaclyn Booker, 26.

Thursday, Nov. 14

Officers responded to a single vehicle personal injury crash on the Interstate 94 overpass from Interstate 94 westbound to Highway 101 northbound. The vehicle spun out and hit the fence by the Travel America Truck Stop. The driver was transported to North Memorial Medical Center by North Memorial Ambulance. State Patrol is handling the crash and possibly a DWI investigation.

Friday, Nov. 15

Party had listed furniture for sale on Craigslist. They were contacted by several parties and were told to wire money, through Western Union, out of state for traveling/shipping expenses. The Western Union money order was later picked up by the fraudulent parties, costing the victim several thousand dollars in loss.

Assisted Rogers Fire with large grass fire near swamp area at 109th Ave. Also assisting were Hanover Fire, Loretto Fire, Maple Grove Fire, Hennepin County, and DNR. Fire was contained and extinguished.

Saturday, Nov. 16

Officer observed vehicle traveling eastbound in the center lane of Interstate 94 at Main Street. Officer saw the vehicle cross center line on two occasions. The vehicle crossed a third time, and the vehicle pulled sharply back into the center lane. Officer stopped the vehicle. Officer saw that the driver’s eyes were bloodshot and watery. The driver’s speech was slurred, and the officer smelled alcoholic beverage on the driver’s breath. The driver failed Standardized Field Sobriety Tests and a Preliminary Breath Test showed a reading of .153. The driver was arrested and transported to the Rogers Police Department. The driver agreed to take a breath test. The breath test showed a Blood Alcohol Content of .15. Bryan Daleiden, 29, was booked at the Rogers Police Department and released to a sober adult.

Sunday, Nov. 17

Received traffic complaint of a van driving westbound on Interstate 94 east of Main Street. The complaint was that the van was driving 30 miles per hour, and veered across three lanes of the interstate. The van exited at exit 207B and pulled off to the side of the road. An officer made contact with the driver, who appeared to be intoxicated. The driver’s speech was slurred, his eyes were bloodshot and watery, and his breath smelled strongly of alcoholic beverage. There were five children in the van. The driver of the van failed Standardized Field Sobriety tests. A Preliminary Breath Test showed a reading of .203. The driver was arrested and transported to the Rogers Police Department. The driver was uncooperative during the Implied Consent reading and was deemed to have refused the test. Bunma Vang, 29, was transported to the Hennepin County Jail. Some of the driver’s family members responded to the police department and took custody of the children and the van.

Officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle after it crossed the centerline at Main Street and I-94. Officer arrested the male for 4th Degree DWI. William Beninati, 28, was booked at the Rogers Police Department, tab charged and released to his wife who was a sober adult. Officer is requesting a background check be done to obtain DWI convictions in other states which will possibly change the charging degree.

Officer responded to the Holiday station on John Milless Drive on a report of a vehicle that went off the road and knocked down a street sign. The caller reported that the suspect vehicle was a dark blue or black pickup truck, unknown license plates, and it was last seen headed northbound on Main ST. The call was about ten minutes old. Officer checked the area and the vehicle was GOA. Officer took photos of the scene and found a street sign with two steel posts that had been sheered off near the ground. The caller was a Holiday employee and he did not think surveillance cameras would have captured the incident as it was near the street and in a dark area. The officer observed a trail of swerving skid marks on westbound John Milless Drive, leading up to the crash site, which appear to come from the parking lot of the Harvest Grill and Rogers Municipal Bar.