For four hours Oct. 26, people came to the Coon Rapids Police Department to drop off prescription and non-prescription drugs.
A shoplifter allegedly fled Coon Rapids Police in his vehicle resulting in both felony and misdemeanor charges being filed in Anoka County District Court.
A Coon Rapids woman has been accused in Anoka County District Court of making a threat against Adams Elementary School via Facebook.
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.
A new three-year agreement for the Coon Rapids Police Department to remain part of the Anoka-Hennepin Narcotics and Violent Crimes Task Force has been approved by the Coon Rapids City Council.