His Problem Was Automotive, Not Medical: Fridley Police Blotter
Someone was worried about the driver whose vehicle was blocking a driveway.
A report of a male who might be having medical trouble drew police to the 5200 block of Third Street NE on Sept. 24. There the found a vehicle blocking the entrance to an apartment building parking lot entrance. The vehicle owner wasn't having a medical emergency, though—he was simply out of gas, and waiting for a friend to come help. Police advised him to get the vehicle moved.
Monday, Sept. 24, 2012
- 12:01 a.m.: An officer took two dogs and a cat without ownership ID to the vet from the 1600 block of 68th Avenue NE, where a group of people had found them and said they didn't belong.
- 11:24 p.m.: A caller said friends had kicked in the door of an apartment in the 5600 block of Fourth Street NE and stolen an eight-week-old puppy and a cell phone. Further investigation revealed it to be a civil matter.
Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2012
- 8:45 a.m.: A caller said someone entered two unlocked sheds in his backyard in the 1300 block of 52nd Avenue NE, moved a metal gas can onto the grass and took a quarter-gallon of gas.
- 3:01 p.m.: Neighbors reported hearing glass break and seeing a broken window at a home in the 6100 block of Starlite Boulevard NE. Police set up a perimeter, searched the home and found no suspects.
Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2012
- 11:44 a.m.: Police were dispatched to the 5100 block of Main Street NE to check on a snake in a parking lot.
- 10:54 p.m.: Wal-Mart reported that a girl had spray-painted several items in a store aisle.
- 11:03 p.m.: A resident of the 600 block of Glencoe Street NE was operating a tractor. An officer spoke to the resident and the resident agreed to use the tractor at a more reasonable time of day.
In all incidents where 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.