Screaming in St. Anthony

Screaming in St. Anthony

A 23-year-old woman who was screaming Sept. 25 in the parking lot of a liquor store in the 2600 block of 39th Avenue N.E. like a teenager at a Justin Bieber concert, was given a tongue-lashing by police and sent on her way.

According to a Mayo Clinic study, 50 percent of people in the 23-29-age bracket have exhibited fits of screaming following substantial alcohol use.


Bulletin Area police reports week of Oct. 16, 2013

Arden Hills Mounds View New Brighton North Oaks St. Anthony Shoreview Vadnais Heights

Arden Hills

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Mounds View

Arrests
• Officers answered a loud music call on County Hwy. 10 the night of Sept. 29 but were unable to bring up the name of one partygoer in the DVS system. The 20-year-old man finally admitted he had given the officers a false name because he thought there was a warrant issued for his arrest. There was not but he was arrested anyway for “false information to police.”

• The man was sleeping Oct. 2 while his girlfriend checked the incoming and outgoing calls on his cell phone. When he awoke and noticed this activity, he told the 28-year-old she was “going to die tonight.” That statement got the 36-year-old boyfriend charged with felony terroristic threats and he was quickly on his way to the Ramsey County Jail. 
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New Brighton

Arrests
• An off-duty security guard inadvertently discharged his .40 cal. Glock handgun while changing clothes in his apartment Oct. 5 in the 2000 block of County Road E. The slug went through a rear closet and into a bathroom. Even though it was accidental, the 23-year-old was cited for illegal discharge of a firearm in the city limits. The Glock was confiscated.

• A Rosemount man with three Tallboys under his belt was pulled over at I-35W and County Road D on Oct. 6 for driving 80 mph in a 60 mph zone. The 30-year-old failed FSTs then tested .09 percent BAC. He was charged with DWI, driving after license revocation and was booked at the jail.

Crash
• A man on foot was stopping traffic in the 500 block of Silver Lake Road Oct. 8 to let a truck back across the roadway. Everyone stopped except one man who ran into the truck. That 91-year-old driver then left the scene without exchanging information, was later found at home and may face a previously unscheduled driver’s license exam.

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North Oaks

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St. Anthony

Drug possession
• A woman was arrested Sept. 24 outside the big-box store in the 3800 block of Silver Lake Road and charged with felony possession of methamphetamine, a fifth-degree controlled substance. The 37-year-old was booked at the Hennepin County Jail.   

Theft
• A 58-year-old man left his homemade bicycle unlocked outside the big-box store on Sept. 23. When he came out, the bike was gone.

• A 35-year-old woman reported Sept. 25 that a 28-year-old male who had access to her property made off with her jewelry and cell phone, and was later busily at work making unauthorized withdrawals from her bank account. The loss to date totals $644 and an investigation continues.

•  Another 35-year-old female reported the loss of games, accessories and three game consoles Sept. 25 in the 3500 block of Lowry Avenue. The fun-lover estimated the loss at $872. A suspect who had access to the woman’s trailer at the time of the loss is under investigation.

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Shoreview

Arrest
• A 13-year-old boy, angry at another student at a social service agency Oct. 4 in the 3400 block of Lexington Avenue was sent to “a quiet room” to cool off. That didn’t work and when the hot-headed teen threw a chair against the wall, deputies were called and the youth was transported to Ramsey County JDC on a misdemeanor criminal damage to property charge.

Catfight
• Romantic difficulties led to teen girls fighting over a boy Sept. 24 at a social services agency in the 3400 block of Lexington Avenue. Name-calling occurred, and the 17-year-old fired a shoe at the 15-year-old, but the shoe missed and deputies were called. The object of the girls’ affections was not on the scene. The pair face misdemeanor assault charges if approved by the county attorney.

Maltreatment
• A daughter could face a” maltreatment of a vulnerable adult” charge after she “ransacked” mom’s place Oct. 3 looking for money, shut down the hearing-impaired woman’s amplified phone system, then strongly insisted mom go with her to the bank and withdraw $80. Deputies are looking for the 23-year-old who has no permanent address.  

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Vadnais Heights

Felony assault
• A man stopping by his ex-wife’s place Sept. 29 to pick up the child support money was beaten up by her boyfriend for his trouble. The 38-year-old ex-husband suffered possible “substantial bodily harm” and an investigation continues.

Theft
• Halloween plans came to an abrupt end for one of three teens on Oct. 4 at the big box store in the 800 block of County Road E when he dropped a shopping bag filled with horror movie DVDs including “The Walking Dead,” along with bags of candy. The $482 worth of booty was recovered but the trio, each member described as approximately 16-19-years-old, escaped in a vehicle with another shopping bag filled with more candy and DVDs. License plate information was recovered and the next step is an investigation of the adult female owner of the vehicle to try and determine who was driving during the incident.

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