Woodbury PD Blotter: Serial Twining, Party Fouls, Drive Thru Issues

Selected calls to the Woodbury Police Department from March 22-28.

The following information was obtained from recent police reports.

March 22

The front passenger-side window of a vehicle in a garage at the 1500 block of Parkwood Drive was broken and a laptop was reported stolen.

The responded to a call about a dryer fire at the 7000 block of Thames Road. The back of the dryer was damaged.

A computer was reported stolen from a storage unit at the at the 9000 block of Hudson Road after a man had the locker’s key and paperwork stolen from his vehicle a few weeks ago.

March 23

Police executed a search warrant at a home at the 2200 block of Timberlea Drive and found narcotics at the home. A man was charged with drug possession, and heroin was reportedly found at the home.

March 24

At least six people were reportedly involved in a fight at the . Police arrived to find a suspect vehicle backing out of a space in the lot, and found marijuana on the driver. Others in the car were cited for underage drinking. An uninvited group apparently tried to enter a room at the hotel and a fight broke out. Those at the room were also cited for underage drinking.

Police found a stolen vehicle and remnants of a party behind a pole barn at the 3700 block of Manning Avenue South. The Volkswagon Jetta had been reported stolen in Stillwater.

A Woodbury woman asked police to document an incident in which her estranged brother left a 15-minute rant on her voicemail and threatened to beat her about the head and neck.

Two vehicles parked at the 2200 block of Hemlock Boulevard were egged.

A resident at the 2300 block of Timberlea Drive called police to report that his home and car had been shot with a BB gun about three weeks ago.

A window on a vehicle parked at was broken, apparently for no reason.

Residents at a home at the 6000 block of Woodbine Avenue contacted police after they suspected a family member of robbing the home. The woman, who lives in Inver Grove Heights, also threatened to “shoot up” the house, the residents told police.

Woodbury police assisted in a car chase that originated in Oakdale and ended up in St. Paul, where the subject bailed out of the vehicle and took off running.

March 25

Employees at called police after seeing a juvenile female vomit and urinate while waiting in line at the drive thru. The girl was issued a citation and her parents picked her up.

March 26

A resident at the 2200 block of Wallingford Lane reported a pair of earrings had been stolen.

An unlocked 2007 Saturn was reported stolen from the parking lot. There was a spare key in the cup holder.

March 27

Several items were reported from two vehicles in an attached garage at the 6100 block of Poplar Drive.

A woman who previously had brain cancer was stopped after driving the wrong way near the intersection of Pioneer and Radio drives. Police sent a driver evaluation to the state.

A resident whose wallet was previously stolen from reported the incident to police at the behest of his bank.

Police were called about an altercation between two roommates at the 1700 block of Century Circle. There were conflicting stories about what happened, and during a phone call with police one of the individuals involved told an officer he was “trying to get out of doing paperwork” and then hung up on the officer.

March 28

Police were called about a prank at the 3500 block of Dakota Avenue in which twine was strung between light posts, blocking driveways and streets in the area.


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