A 90-year-old woman reported last week she had been swindled out of $10,000, Fridley Police said in their lastest crime log report. Police met the 90-year-old woman at the Fridley TCF Bank on Central Avenue to take her theft report. "The
female reported she withdrew $10,000 cash on 08/19/2013 and gave it to an
unknown person who claimed to be a police officer investigating the bank," according to a Fridley Police report. "No
known suspect at this moment." That incident was among a number of notable police calls for Aug. 15 to 21. Here are a few other reports from the Fridley police log:
Third degree burglary and trepass at the 200 block of 57th Avenue NE. Police said, "A security company reported a male inside a building under construction. Suspect was located and arrested for burglary."
Burglary at occupied residence at the 7500 block of Tempo Terrace. Officers responded to a residence for an interrupted burglary by a homeowner waking up. Police said the resident reported a laptop computer was stolen.
Delayed theft. A male reported a female stole his wallet while he was dancing at a club at the 7800 block of University Ave. NE.
Theft. A woman called to report that her bicycle had been stolen. The incident allegedly occurred at the 1600 block of Mississippi St. NE.
Theft from vehicle. A worker said he was at Unity Hospital, left for the day and discovered that when he arrived at home his tablet computer was gone. Caller said he realized his tablet computer was missing from his vehicle. "Caller believes that someone got into his vehicle at work and stole the tablet." No suspect information was available.
Civil complaint. At the 6300 block of 5th Street NE. "A complainant
reported a young neighbor boy destroyed her grandson's tricycle. The boy’s
mother apologized for the damage and agreed to reimburse the complainant with