Crime

Incident ends in Rogers By Jim Boyle ECM-Sun Newspapers   Elk River Police Department responded to a possible home invasion today at about 9 a.m. in the 18500 block of Quincy Court in the Trott Brook Farms housing development. Two suspects forced their way into the home, assaulted the husband and wife and forced the [...]

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All safe after apartment site explosion, house fire in Rogers by AARON BROM SUN PRESS Newspapers   No injuries were reported after an auxiliary heating unit blew up outside of a Rogers apartment building Sunday, Jan. 5. Rogers Fire and Rescue Department additionally responded to a house fire in southern Rogers the previous evening … [...]

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An explosion at a Rogers apartment complex forced evacuation of hundreds of residents, but no injuries. At approximately 8:41 a.m. Sunday, the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch received multiple calls of an explosion at an apartment complex located at 13600 Commerce Boulevard  in Rogers.  When officials from Rogers Police and Rogers Fire arrived on the [...]

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Store manager stops possible mother/daughter red-handed in CVS theft Some people wait to receive Christmas gifts, others just try to take them any way they can. Rogers Police are reporting that two, and possibly three, female suspects attempted a theft Sunday, Dec. 22, at the CVS store but were stopped red-handed by the manager. Police [...]

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Rogers Police report that a 63-year-old male driver from Elk River has died following a crash Thursday, Dec. 12, that might have been caused by the man’s medical condition. Police were dispatched to a personal injury motor vehicle crash at County Rd. 81 and Brockton Lane. The car’s Onstar system called and reported the crash. [...]

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by Dawn Feddersen-Poindexter Contributing Writer   The Rogers City Council approved the purchase of a $558,000 heavy duty rescue vehicle for the Rogers Fire Department. “We need the truck for our firefighters to do their job on a daily basis,” said Rogers Fire Chief Brad Feist. The new vehicle will provide storage space for hazmat [...]

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Rogers Police have forwarded to the city attorney a case involving a parent who left two young children in a car. Officers were approached Tuesday, Oct. 8, by a witness about two small children unattended inside a running vehicle with the window partly down at 14165 James Rd. The witness stated the two children were [...]

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