The City of Minneapolis released the document Tuesday showing conversations between emergency dispatch staff and people at the scene of the Sept. 17 shootings at Accent Signage that left UPS driver Keith Basinski and 6 others, including the shooter, dead.
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Sunday, September 11, 2011
Faces of people from around the country affected by the events of Sept. 11, 2001.
Patch looked across our websites nationally to pull together 911 snapshots of everyday Americans whose lives were changed by the events of that day. Together they create a powerful mosaic that is large in scope but often deeply personal. Click here to see how 9/11 affected neighbors near and far. For a selection of 9/11 events around the Twin Cites, click here. Here are links for 9/11 stories from Patch sites around the Twin Cities: Apple Valley: Apple Valley Builder Gives Hope to Wounded Soldier and Family Eagan: Eagan Resident Mike Ferber Hopes Memories of 9/11 Won’t Fade Edina: Retired Army Vet Spurred to Re-Enlist Following 9/11 Attacks Fridley: Demand Soared for Speakers on Islam after 9/11 Golden Valley: Korean War Vet Creates The '…
Tuesday, March 8, 2011
A homeowner heard sounds and called 911, police say, helping them arrest two men.
A Fridley homeowner did the right thing last week by calling 911 when he heard strange sounds, according to Fridley Police Lt. Mike Monsrud. That helped Fridley police who were "in the right place at the right time" catch two burglars red-handed, Monsrud said. Now the two men—one from Fridley, the other from Minneapolis—face first-degree burglary charges in state court. On March 2 in the 5200 block of Horizon Drive NE, according to the criminal complaint, police arrived at the house to find Charleston Eugene Moore of Fridley coming out the door. On searching his pockets they found keys to the house that were missing from inside, the complaint says. A second man, Cornelius Valentine Robinson of Minneapolis, was outside the house when …
Monday, February 21, 2011
It wasn't a crime in progress but a phone stuck in emergency-call mode that resulted in repeated 911 hangup calls.
This is a selection of police activity for Feb. 11 from information provided by the Fridley Police Department.