Blaine, SLP police reports

BLAINE

Theft, Burglary

• On Feb. 26 in the 300 block of Northtown Drive NE, an adult was arrested for shoplifting.

• On Feb. 27 in the 9100 block of Interstate 35W Service Drive, a catalytic converter was stolen.

• On Feb. 28 in the 300 block of Northtown Drive NE, a woman was taken to jail for theft and cited.

• On March 1 in the 2900 block of Aspen Lake Drive NE, multiple vehicles were entered that were parked in a garage where the door was left open.

• On March 1 at the intersection of Northtown Drive NE and Jefferson Street BE, a theft from the back of a moving truck was reported.

• On March 1 in the 300 block of Northtown Drive NE, a man was arrested for shoplifting.

• On March 1 in the 600 block of Northtown Drive NE, a woman was arrested for shoplifting.

• On March 3 in the 600 block of Northtown Drive NE, a woman was arrested for stealing from Burlington Coat Factory.

DWIs

• On Feb. 26 at the intersection of University Avenue NE and 105th Avenue NE, a woman was arrested for DWI.

• On Feb. 27 at the intersection of Radisson Road NE and 119th Avenue NE, a driver was arrested for DWI.

Miscellaneous

• On March 2 in the 300 block of Northtown Drive NE, a man arrested for shoplifting had cocaine on him.

SPRING LAKE PARK

Theft, Burglary

• On Feb. 27 in the 1100 block of 81st Avenue NE, stolen headphones were recovered.

• On Feb. 27 in the 8000 block of Central Avenue NE, theft of Meals on Wheels was reported.

• On March 2 in the 8100 block of University Avenue NE, a possible theft of services was reported.

• On March 2 in the 8100 block of University Avenue NE, a purse was reported stolen.

• On March 2 in the 300 block of Osborne Road NE, lottery tickets were reported stolen.

• On March 2 in the 8200 block of University Avenue NE, a theft was reported.

Miscellaneous

• On Feb. 25 at the Manor Drive and Monroe Street intersection, two children were reportedly shooting airsoft guns at the stop sign.

• On Feb. 27 in the 8300 block of Highway 65 NE, police were asked to check up on kids playing on billboards.

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