Coon Rapids Police Department

A Coon Rapids man, who pleaded guilty in Anoka County District Court to a felony charge in connection with a hit-and-run incident the evening of June 13, 2012 that severely injured a nine-year-old boy, has had prison time stayed.

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Coon Rapids has become a heart safe community.
A group of residents, spearheaded by Coon Rapids Police Officer Bryan Platz, Coon Rapids Fire Inspector Nick House and Paul Mendoza, a North Memorial Medical Center paramedic and Coon Rapids business owner, have been working for several months with the support of the Coon Rapids City Council to get to the point where the city could qualify to be a heart safe community.

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