The following information was obtained from recent police reports.
The ex-boyfriend of a woman who lives at the 3200 block of Camelot Drive came to the home to retrieve his belongings, and when he wasn’t let in he kicked in a garage service door. He was apprehended and booked at the Washington County Jail pending charges.
Police were called about a person in a yellow Corvette driving along Hunters Trail asking if homes in the area were for sale.
Police were called about a man in a tennis court at a park on Saddlebrook Lane. He told officers he was supervising his work crew from a distance.
A Woodbury resident called police after receiving a text message asking to meet up and have sex. An officer checked the number, which was housed on the internet. The caller was asked to contact police if it happened again.
Police were called about a child left in a car in the parking lot at Wal-Mart. The caller was concerned about welfare of the boy because of the temperature (it was 74 degrees at the time of the call) and because the child was crying. An officer arrived and the father was returning to the car. He said his child refused to go inside so he left the boy in the car. The officer advised the man that it wasn’t a good idea to leave a child unattended, and the man agreed.
Police were called about a man swearing and making a scene behind the Starbucks at Tamarack Village. Officers learned the man doing tile work at Lane Bryant. His friends has borrowed his truck and left the dome light on, leaving the vehicle with a dead battery.
An employee at Motherhood Maternity believed a man may be casing the establishment for a robbery and he was asked to leave after making the worker uncomfortable.
A man was busted for stealing earrings from Gordman’s.
An officer driving through the parking lot at Cowboy Jack’s saw a bouncer on top of a man and handcuffing him. Staff told police the subject had punched and choked another man who then punched him in the face. Staff tried to detain the man, who fought back. The suspect was bleeding from the mouth but declined medical attention. He registered a .15 on a preliminary breath test. He had also urinated on himself; he said it happened after he was punched. He was transported to detox without further incident.
A man who was asking people for money outside the Valley Creek Plaza Target was gone by the time police arrived.
A juvenile’s father was notified after he was found driving along a closed section of Woodbury Drive.
Police received a report of two people looking into cars in the Central Park parking lot, but they were gone by the time officers arrived.
A resident called police after finding pictures of guns on the first base line of a field at the Bielenberg Sports Center. The caller was gone when police arrived.
A Montrose Road resident dropped some light bulbs and said he thought they may contain mercury. The Woodbury Fire Department handled the call.
Electronics were stolen from a home on Clippership Bay during a robbery. The thief apparently entered through an unlocked garage service door.
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