Would-be Diaper Thief Cited: Fridley Police Blotter for Jan. 23
He assaulted a pharmacy employee who confronted him, according to police.
These are police activities for Jan. 23 as provided by the Fridley Police Department.
- Police mailed citations for theft, fifth-degree assault and disorderly conduct to a male they suspect of having assaulted an employee at the CVS pharmacy on Central Avenue after the employee confronted him for stealing two packages of diapers.
- Two males talking loudly in a hallway apologized for creating a disturbance that generated a complaint in the 1400 block of 73rd Avenue NE.
- A resident reported a break-in at his unattached garage in the 100 block of 83rd Avenue NE, with several items missing.
- Someone had abandoned a vehicle that police found rolled over in the median in the 6600 block of Highway 65.
- A driver steered a vehicle to avoid a crash and ended up in a front yard in the 6200 block of Able Street NE.
- Police had Schmit Towing take an abandoned vehicle from the 8200 block of Main Street NE to the impound lot.
- A male in the 7800 block of East River Road reported receiving harassing phone calls from a woman who was dialing the wrong number.
- An unwanted guest in the 800 block of Pandora Drive NE agreed to leave.
- A caller reported items stolen from his parked, unlocked vehicle in the parking lot of an apartment building in the 600 block of Osborne Road NE.
- A caller reported her that two dogs ran away from the 1000 block of Center Circle NE and were not wearing tags.
- Police responding to a report of two juveniles outside a trailer in the 7300 block of Oakley Street NE did not see them and found no problems in the area.
- A male promised no further problems after his mother reported him for starting confrontations in the 600 block of Hugo Street NE under the influence of alcohol.
- Police cited a driver who was driving an SUV with revoked license plates on a revoked driver's license in an illegal manner, rolling through a stop sign and making a prohibited left turn in the 7000 block of Highway 65.
- A patrol officer stopped a vehicle at Osborne Road and University Avenue NE and took the driver to jail on an Aitkin County warrant.
- An uncooperative complainant in the 6000 block of 2-1/2 Street NE told police a male had made vague threats.