Rogers Police

RogPoliceBadgeThe following contains a sample of calls reported by Rogers Police from Monday, Nov. 18 through Sunday, Nov. 24.

Monday, Nov. 18

Officers responded to a request for an extra patrol at 13785 Rogers Dr. Officers were advised of a delayed incident at the business. A male and female were shopping at the business the previous day. Their children, also present, were opening merchandise. The male and female were confronted by a store employee. They were asked to have their children stop damaging the items. The male became mad at the employee. After leaving the store the male returned back to the parking lot alone. The male was observed in the parking lot during business hours and was present upon closing. The male was described as a large white male driving a damaged white compact car. The business id requesting an extra patrol of the business.

Wright County Sergeant contacted by phone – indicated large copper theft had occurred at theatre off 241. Suspect vehicle was left at scene and a Wright K9 was tracking east on the railroad tracks towards 141st Avenue. Checked area but did not locate suspect(s). No available description – see associated case for suspect vehicle information from scene.

Tuesday, Nov. 19

Two cars were involved in a rear-end crash at 13028 Main St., both vehicles sustained damage above $1,000.

Officers were dispatched to a theft which had just occurred at 13590 Northdale Blvd. The suspects left the business prior to law enforcement arriving. The suspects were not located in this incident. Officers confirmed a theft from a business has occurred. Available information and evidence was collected.

Wednesday, Nov. 20

Gross Misdemeanor Theft at 20870 Rogers Dr. Olga Zachel, 25, and Joseph Salinas, 33, were booked into Hennepin County Jail.

Officer received a phone call from the father of a vulnerable adult claiming that at approximately 1900 hours the father and the vulnerable adult got into a heated argument. The father then claims his son left the residence. The father said he later found his son near Red Oak Drive and Territorial Road after he had been hit by a car. There was a substantial delay between the time the alleged accident happen and the time it was reported. Officer notified Hennepin County Detective Mckague to respond the hospital and investigate.

Officer received a phone call from the father of a vulnerable adult claiming that at approximately 1900 hours the father and the vulnerable adult got into a heated argument. The father then claims his son left the residence. The father said he later found his son near Red Oak Drive and Territorial Road after he had been hit by a car. There was a substantial delay between the time the alleged accident happen and the time it was reported. Officer notified Hennepin County Detective Mckague to respond the hospital and investigate.

Thursday, Nov. 21

Officer responded to location at 20200 Rogers Dr. after business contacted police department to report fraudulent credit card purchase. Total loss reported – $2,680.

Friday, Nov. 22

Officers were dispatched to a female in labor. Officers arrived to find the patient in labor and requesting transport to the hospital. North Ambulance responded and transported the female to the hospital.

One male and two adult females entered a business in Rogers at 20200 Rogers Dr. and acted in a manner consistent with shoplifting. One of the females identified with red hair was captured on video pulling and damaging the shoplifting prevention devices adhered to the zipper portion on four “North Face” brand coats. The female was observed on camera pulling on these devices and was seen as she held up the coat afterwards clearly showing the device as having been removed. The damaged coats and the shoplifting prevention device items were later found in the areas she was seen putting them into on camera, however she did not take the coats and exited the store for unknown reasons shortly thereafter. Diyana Green, 30, was approached outside the store and was eventually charged for 4th degree crimimal damage to property via citation before she was transported nearby for a ride where she was released with the other two parties.

Saturday, Nov. 23

Officers were dispatched to a possible car fire on westbound Interstate 94 near Brockton Lane. Officers arrived on scene and confirmed the fire was put out by driver. Rogers Fire Department continued to the scene to check the vehicle for possible hot spots. Driver was transported to a gas station in town.

Large outbuilding at 24523 Tucker Rd. used as a chicken coop, on fire, and nearly burned to the ground, before Police and Fire were notified and responded to put it out. Renters at the farm advised that electrical may have been the cause due to power being run to the chicken coop. Property owner responded and was given the information for the case number to reference.

Sunday, Nov. 24

Ian Inman, 20, was cited for possession of small amount of marijuana at Rogers Drive and Commerce Boulevard.

The Dayton and Rogers Police Department was dispatched to possible poachers on 141st Avenue, just into the Dayton City Limits. The vehicle was described as a full size truck with a short box with 2 males. Complaint stated one male got out and took 4 shots at a swan. Then sped off westbound towards Brockton Lane. Area was searched but was unable to locate the vehicle.

Officer observed vehicle traveling faster than the posted speed limit at 109th and Fletcher Drive. Driver was cited for violation. Upon further investigation, the owner of the vehicle failed to comply with State regulation on registering the vehicle in Minnesota. The driver had the vehicle since 2010 and was using Dealership License Plates to operate the vehicle on public roadways. Driver was located and arrested for the offense. Vitaliy Bombeshko, 30, was booked for intent to escape tax and was released with a court date.

Report of a burglary of an occupied dwelling at 14010 Gadwall Court with the homeowner allegedly having been hit in the head by the suspect/s outside. No visible tracks in the hardened sleet/frost. Crime lab processed one area (a trailer) inside the garage. The Victim appeared disoriented and was transported to the Maple Grove Hospital. The area/neighborhood was checked and tracked by a K-9 with no luck of any suspects. Nothing reported as missing and conflicting stories were received in regards to exact accounts of what happened.

Angela Jamison, 23, was cited for a property damage crash at Brockton Lane and David Koch Drive.

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