Champlin Police

  by Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers   The City of Champlin has recently stopped its search for a new police sergeant. On Nov. 1, the city welcomed Glen Schneider as Champlin’s new police sergeant. Schneider has been with the Champlin Police Department for 13 years and says he loves interacting with the people of […]

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The following events occurred during the weeks of Sept. 29 to Oct. 12.   Sept. 29 600 block of Keniston St.: Theft no pay – taxi cab Hwy. 169 & Miller Rd.: Juvenile curfew – cited 11700 block of Champlin Dr.: Assault – adult arrested   Sept. 30 5000 block of 111th Ave.: Attempted burglary, […]

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Brooklyn Park man, wanted for speeding, hit speeds ranging from 100 to 150 mph Jim Boyle ELK RIVER STAR NEWS   Elk River Police helped bring an end to a police chase that started 15 miles and three cities away when a crotch rocket-type motorcycle blew by a Champlin police officer at 100-plus mph, according […]

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The following incidents were reported between June 23 and July 6, 2013:   June 23 W. River Road & 117th Ave. — DWI, adult arrest 7200 block of 116th Ave. — Burglary, adult arrest 10900 block of Independence Ave. — Burglary,yard equipment June 24 Pizza Ranch — Harassment, male receiving harassment Target — Property damage […]

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The following incidents are from June 9 to June 22, 2013: June 9 11900 block of Pennsylvania Ave. — Assault, adult arrest June 10 11500 block of Elmwood Ave. — Tamper with motor vehicle 11500 block of  Elmwood Ave. — Theft from motor vehicle, electronics 13000 block of  Revere Lane — Property damage traffic accident […]

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After a hiatus, the Champlin Police Bike Patrol is back  in action. In the early 1990s, mountain bikes became a popular and effective method of police patrolling. Bikes allowed officers to interact more closely with people, to get places where squad cars can’t go, and to move quietly and quickly through neighborhoods. The Champlin Police […]

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A May 28 collision at the intersection of Douglas Drive and 109th Avenue, in Champlin, badly damaged two vehicles but did not appear to cause any serious injuries. The accident may have been a result of one driver running a red light. Champlin Police Officers Brian Wentworth and Terry Cassem arrived on the scene where […]

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The Champlin Police Department recently graduated 20 citizens from its annual Citizen’s Academy. This was a free 7 week course that allowed citizens an opportunity to experience what it is like to be a police officer. Numerous guest speakers offered their expertise in many different aspects of law enforcement. Some of the topics covered were, […]

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