The following is a collection of public safety-related articles that appeared on area Patch sites over the past week.
The city’s newest police officers are Michael Flansburg, Robin Kivel and Jonathan Miller.
The money raised from the donated cans provides scholarships for Woodbury High School students.
Three men got into “trash talking and disrespect” over their respective gang affiliations on Aug. 8.
Selected calls to the Woodbury Public Safety Department from Aug. 6-12.
Officers terminated the Aug. 10 pursuit for safety reasons and later arrested the woman.
The Oakdale Fire Department provides residents with its calls for service each week.
The case was sent back to Washington County District Court after her 2008 conviction was overturned.
The 20-year-old has pleaded guilty to groping women in the parking lot of Cub Foods in Stillwater.
The crash happened on Helmo Avenue North in Oakdale on Aug. 13.
Paul Kiolbasa stepped out onto his deck at about 5 a.m. Wednesday, Stillwater Police Officer Ryan Mitchell said. It was still dark out, so he thought he saw a he saw a wet towel, robe or a stick. It was none of the above.
When Magler checked his voicemail this week, he heard a message from Andrew King, a Stillwater resident who told him a seatbelt ticket he was issued this spring, saved his life.
Stillwater Police Sgts. Chris Felsch and Jeff Stender, along with Police Officers Ryan Mitchell and Sandra Vetsch, will receive Letters of Commendation on Tuesday for their response to a bank robbery and bomb threat June 8 in downtown Stillwater.
Police have had 43 documented contacts with motorcyclists—resulting in 11 citations, 16 written warnings and 16 verbal warnings—for a variety of offenses ranging from loud exhaust and speeding to no eye protection, Police Chief John Gannaway said.
A rundown of calls the Hudson Fire Department responded to last week.
North Hudson Police are asking residents to keep an eye out for any bikes left near the street, near bushes or at a business that look out of place following last weekend's North Hudson Pepper Fest.
A weekly look at St. Croix County Jail's bookings.
During Saturday night's Charity Ambulance Race, an Allina truck went “momentarily airborne,” flipped and then rolled before it came to rest. The driver of the ambulance was transported by New Richmond Ambulance with minor injuries.
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