Sunday, May 19, 2013
Looking back at the news of the week in Woodbury.
Suspicious Superman, Kitchen Kicking, Gambling or Gunpoint?: Woodbury Police Blotter Selected calls to the Woodbury Public Safety Department from April 30 through May 6. 2013 Memorial Day Plans in Woodbury Memorial Day, celebrated during the last Monday of May, honors those who have died in service to the U.S. military. Another Asian Buffet Plans to Take Over Woodbury Space It would be the third Asian buffet to occupy the 8340 City Centre Drive location in about a year. Dead Animals Found Burned in Woodbury an Isolated Incident Police encourage people to call if they see anything suspicious. Helicopters in Woodbury Likely Related to Mosquitoes The Metropolitan Mosquito Control District’s choppers do not spray insecticide to control adult …
Thursday, May 16, 2013
"Through careful negotiation all 8 ducklings were removed from the dangers of the sewer and reunited with a happy mother duck," reads a notice on the Public Safety Department's Facebook page.
Woodbury community-service officers have conducted their first rescue of the season. The Public Safety Department got a call at about 4:20 p.m. Wednesday, May 15, and officers responded to the intersection of Churchill Court and Sherwood Road, police told Patch. From the Woodbury, MN Police Fire EMS Facebook page: First “rescue” of the season-A resident requested WPD assistance with 8 ducklings stuck in a sewer. Through careful negotiation all 8 ducklings were removed from the dangers of the sewer and reunited with a happy mother duck. Like Patch on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter | Sign up for our free newsletter
Saturday, May 5, 2012
Selected calls to the Woodbury Police Department from April 25 to May 1.
The following information was obtained from recent police reports. Police determined that no crime occurred after they were called to the McDonald’s parking lot on a report of a verbal domestic dispute, which apparently started because of a cell phone. Police were called after a resident fell off a bicycle near Settlers Ridge Parkway and Lake Road and her son took her to the hospital; they left the $1,200 bike there and it was gone when they returned. It was later learned that a neighbor had held the bike for safekeeping. The bike was returned. Officers made unsuccessful attempts to contact an individual who reported that a fireplace was stolen from a vacant home at the 11000 block of Wagon Wheel Curve. Police were called about a verbal …