Crime
Rogers Police officers overheard Sherburne County Sherriff’s Department pursuing a vehicle Sunday, May 25, southbound Hwy. 169 near Elk River. Officers requested dispatch to contact the Department to gather further information. Officer continued to monitor the incident and overheard the Deputy ter...Read More
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I-94 Chamber recognizes public safety dedication A who’s who of public safety officials, including the top official in the state, gathered in Rogers Monday, May 19, for the first ever First Responders Awards. Honored were public safety officials from each of the I-94 West Chamber of Commerce’s c...Read More
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The thing about Dennis Miltz that most sticks out to Jeff Beahen is Miltz’s persona and charisma. “Denny came from a period of policing where you were allowed to be a character and have personality,” current Rogers Police Chief Beahen said of the former chief. “Denny was a legend in that he ...Read More
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Two Rogers Senior High School females have been reported as runaways by their family, although police suspect no foul play. Rogers Police Chief Jeff Beahen said police have been getting leads on where both girls might be. He said neither case is related to the other. “If you don’t want to be fou...Read More
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A woman who was traveling through Rogers reported that her purse containing $1,000 in cash was stolen from a gas station. A Rogers Police officer was dispatched to a theft that occurred Saturday, April 26, between 10 and 10:30 a.m. at a business in the 13100 block of Main Street. The victim was no l...Read More
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Some texted, some wore earphones, and one had a computer tablet tied to his steering wheel. All had one thing in common: a $149 driving while distracted fine issued by the Rogers Police Department. Rogers Chief Jeff Beahen said police departments received a Toward Zero Deaths testing grant initiativ...Read More
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Rogers Police are crediting a “humble hero” for pulling a woman out of a storm pond after she lost control of her vehicle on eastbound Interstate 94 Monday afternoon, April 14. Capt. Mike Miler was the first officer at the scene of eastbound I-94 just west of Veit Companies. “By the time I got...Read More
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A Rogers hotel is reporting that one of its rooms was completely destroyed. Rogers Police were called to a business property damage incident Sunday, March 16, at the 21100 block of 134th Ave. Officer was provided a copy of the agreement signed by the responsible party (suspect). Officer observed the...Read More
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