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When Coon Rapids Police stopped two alleged shoplifters for stealing clothes from a store, they found clothing from another Coon Rapids store in their vehicle as well.
A 19-year-old woman has admitted in Anoka County District Court that she stole jewelry worth some $18,000 from the home of relatives in Coon Rapids.
A 25-year-old Anoka man was indicted in U.S. District Court in Minneapolis Aug. 22 for allegedly possessing a nine-millimeter, semi-automatic pistol at the time of an attempted traffic stop by Coon Rapids Police from which he fled but was eventually apprehended.
Brad Johnson strolled across the pedestrian crosswalk outside Coon Rapids High School on Northdale Boulevard many times over a two-hour period the afternoon for June 18.
A known shoplifter apprehended by Coon Rapids Police at a Target Greatland store has pleaded guilty to felony charges in Anoka County District Court.