Disc Jockey Now Just a Jockey: Fridley Police Blotter
They hit a DJ's truck at the VFW.
The day the music got stolen was Sept. 28, 2012. That's when someone broke into a DJ van parked at the VFW in Fridley, smashing the driver's side front window and taking the owner's purse. Also taken from the bed of the truck were 1,100 discs of music—the owner's entire collection.
Here are other incidents from the weekly report from the Fridley Police Department.
Friday, Sept. 28, 2012
- 9:51 a.m.: A Slumberland employee reported that two males and three females, all in their late teens or early 20s, stole the store's wheel chair from the front of the store on Sept. 27 during business hours.
- 10:06 a.m.: Flowers, a trellis, verbal insults and rumors. That's what two women in the 6300 block of Fifth Street NE were having a dispute over. An officer attempted to mediate.
- 12:59 p.m.: There was a snake at Springbrook Apartments.
- 1:12 p.m.: Police took a report about someone having broken into a vehicle parked in a driveway on Mississippi Way NE. The list of things the thief or thieves took includes clothing, a winter coat, a phone charger and a pool cue.
- 1:39 p.m.: A UPS driver reported an aggressive dog running loose in the 6200 block of Alden Way NE.
- 3:11 p.m.: A complainant reported having left his wallet at Masterson Personnel, a temporary employment agency at 7924 University Ave. NE. Someone took money and his bank debit card.
- 3:24 p.m.: A resident in the 4900 block of Third Street NE reported a neighbor pointing a pistol at him. The male suspect, who has a criminal history involving weapons, fled the scene but was later arrested, jailed and then released from the jail. The case remains under investigation.
- 5:16 p.m.: An officer brought two dogs without tag IDs detained at Target to a local veterinary clinic.
- 7:08 p.m.: A resident of an apartment in the 6500 block of East River Road reported a neighbor runs his fans all the time. An officer could not make contact with the neighbor and advised the resident to contact management.
In all incidents in which an arrest occurred, a charge is merely an accusation and not evidence of guilt. The arrested person is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Incidents generally appear in the order in which they were reported, not necessarily the order in which they occurred.