The following information was obtained from recent police reports.
Three vending machines at the Valley Creek Apartments on Century Circle were broken into and had money stolen from them. Police were working to obtain a picture of the suspect through surveillance video.
A worker at Spalon Montage called police after a man came in the back door, saw her, and turned around and left. There was a 10-minute delay between the time of the incident and the call, and officers advised her to call back if she sees the man again.
A resident at the 9800 block of Wynstone Court called police after she confronted a man about possibly stealing money from a donation jar, and she saw him again the next day asking neighbors about raking yards for money. She felt the man should have a real job and not raking yards for cash, and believed he may have been casing homes in the area.
A motorist on Woodbury Drive said another driver cut him off, and after he honked his horn the other person continually slammed on his brakes and wouldn’t let him pass. When the caller finally was able to pass the other car the man in it appeared to point a gun in his direction. Police checked the area with negative results.
Police received a call about loud music coming from Wild Bill’s at about 12:20 a.m. An officer drove through the lot but determined the sound was not in violation of city ordinance.
Police responded to a report of a fight between two men at Lake Road and Jordan Drive. Several officers checked the area but did not find anything.
A woman was cited for disorderly conduct after threatening a babysitter next door to her Bleeker Street home. See: Woman Allegedly Threatens to Kill Babysitter
Police were called to Woodbury Lutheran Church on a report of an intruder. Officers arrived and found a homeless woman who thought the church was open and wanted to charge her cell phone. The woman was cooperative, and church officials planned to put her up at a hotel for the night.
A woman was cited for punching a man at Wild Bill’s. She told police he called her a derogatory term for a woman, and admitted punching him. She was released to family members; the man did not require medical attention.
An employee at McDonald’s reported a possible intoxicated driver. When officers arrived, they found a vehicle awaiting an order of 30 McChicken sandwiches. The driver showed signs of intoxication and performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was arrested on suspicion of DWI. Two people under 21 in the car were cited for underage consumption.
Police were called about an assault at Carmine’s. After a verbal argument between two men, one apparently hit the other with a beer mug, causing significant cuts to the victim’s face. The alleged perpetrator was arrested. The victim drove himself to Woodwinds Hospital but was later transported to Regions Hospital for further care.
Police received a report of possible drug activity at a home at the 10900 block of Sailor Way.
A resident who lives on Wagon Wheel Curve called police after a man came to his house after 10 p.m. and said he needed to blow out the home’s sprinkler system for the year. The resident let the man in, and he went into the basement and did the work, then requested $60. The homeowner did not give him any money, and the man left. The resident said it was odd because of the time of night and planned to contact his homeowners association.
Police closed the trunk of a car at the 1600 block of Century Circle. The owner said he may have accidentally opened it from his apartment.
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