The following information was obtained from recent police reports.
A resident at the 9300 block of Wedgewood Drive reported seeing a wolf near the fourth hole of the nearby golf course. An officer responded but did not find the animal, and assumed it was a coyote because it was spotted during coyote mating season.
A suspicious person reported at Spire Federal Credit Union was found to be a security guard.
A resident who lives on Powers Lake Point reported that someone had tried to break into his garage while he was out of town. There were pry marks on the door and an eight-inch crack on the doorframe.
A resident at the 1500 block of Manning Avenue South reported that snowmobilers have been using his private driveway to access the road.
A driver was stopped at Tamarack Road and Seasons Parkway when a teenager in another car gave him the finger. He put his hands up as if to say, “What?” As the stoplight turned green, the man drove away, and saw a flash from the other car’s rear passenger-side window. He also heard a bang and something hit his car. He pulled into the Taco Bell parking lot and called 911. His vehicle had a small pea-sized chip on one of its doors. An officer determined an air gun or BB gun caused the damage.
A man who got change for a $100 bill at the Starbucks inside Kowalski’s later tried to use one of the $20 bills he received, only to learn it was counterfeit when he tried to use it at Target. Police made contact with employees at Starbucks and asked them to report any other phony bills. The bill was sent to the Secret Service.
While on routine patrol, an officer noticed a car parked at Colby Lake Park after hours. No one was inside, and but the officer was concerned because there were two child car seats in the vehicle. The officer checked the area but didn’t find anything of note.
A resident reported that a man dressed as a woman was near the Lake Road-Interstate 494 ramp saying he was out of washer fluid, though there is a SuperAmerica nearby. An officer checked the area but couldn’t find the person.
Police were called to the U.S. Bank along Valley Creek Road about an irate customer. She was upset that employees there had given her banking information to managers at her apartment. She resolved the situation and no further police assistance was required.
Employees at the Starbucks on Valley Creek Plaza called police because they thought a customer was drunk. Officers made contact with the woman, who was sober. She told them she was on the phone with a friend and began singing and dancing because she was happy.
Police received a report of an SUV trying to run another vehicle off the road near Gander Mountain but were unable to locate the driver.
A resident at the 6800 block of Sandlewood Road reported that someone apparently shot a BB through his window.
A resident who got off a party bus and into a car and drove away was arrested on suspicion of DWI.
A resident reported seeing a cougar near the intersection of Gironde and Haute courts. Police searched the area with negative results.
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