A 32-year-old St. Paul man who was present in a storage in Elk River, ingesting a beverage, has been arrested for housebreaking and giving a false identify to a police officer.
Police have been referred to as to the 12800 block of 187th Circle in Elk River at 9:15 p.m. Sept. 24 after the person was discovered within the storage.
“The social gathering mentioned that he had been hitchhiking and thought that the residence was a retailer or appeared like a citadel, and had gone into the storage to remain someplace heat for awhile and to get one thing to drink,” in line with the police report.
He was arrested and transported to jail, the place he was held for court docket.
Trailers stolen from TSC, Spectrum
Two trailers have been reported stolen in separate incidents in Elk River on the night time of Sept. 22.
One theft occurred at Tractor Provide Co, 11150 179th St., and the opposite at Spectrum Excessive Faculty, 17796 Industrial Circle, in line with Elk River Police Capt. Joe Gacke.
Car unlocked, driver cited
Police cited a 21-year-old Ramsey man for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia after he contacted the Elk River Police Division to unlock his car.
When officers arrived round 3 p.m. Sept. 25 within the 16200 block of Jarvis Road in Elk River, they detected a really sturdy odor of marijuana coming from the car and drug paraphernalia within the driver’s door, in line with the police report.
Police unlocked the car and cited the driving force.
Catalytic converter taken from GRE
An worker at Nice River Power, 17845 Freeway in Elk River, reported the theft of a catalytic converter from a company-owned car. The converter had been lower off.
The theft was reported to police on Sept. 22.
Man with pistol in his waistband faces weapons violation
A 33-year-old Brooklyn Park man who was carrying a pistol in his waistband throughout an encounter with police has been charged with third-degree DWI and weapons violation, in line with the police report.
He was arrested after police have been dispatched to the 17500 block of Tyler Road in Elk River shortly earlier than 10 p.m. Sept. 26 for a welfare examine. An officer positioned the person within the driver’s seat of a car and noticed indicators of impairment.
Purchaser defrauds teen promoting digicam on-line
A 17-year-old Elk River boy trying to promote a digicam on-line seems to have been the sufferer of fraud.
A girl contacted police Sept. 26 to report that her son had a Canon T6i digicam with two lenses on the market on Fb Market for $800. On Aug. 19, he had a male from Atlanta, Georgia, ship him fee by way of Venmo and the Elk River teen shipped the digicam that day. The digicam arrived on the specified location, at which period the Venmo transaction was canceled. The sufferer was in communication with the suspect on Fb Messenger relating to delivery the digicam again. The suspect requested $100 in Google play playing cards, which the sufferer despatched him, however the digicam has not been returned.
Suspicious hooded male flees
A hooded male was noticed trying to open a sweet machine positioned within the first ground laundry room of Elk River Lodge, positioned at 17432 Zane St. in Elk River.
The particular person was noticed at about 4:45 a.m. Sept. 23, and ran out the again door when somebody opened the door to the laundry room.
Impaired drivers arrested in Elk River
Police have arrested some impaired drivers in Elk River not too long ago, together with:
• A 63-year-old Elk River man was arrested following a visitors cease after an officer noticed his car hit a curb and cross the centerline a number of instances. Police stopped his car at Primary Road and Norfolk Avenue in Elk River simply after midnight Sept. 24.
• A 20-year-old Elk River man was arrested after police stopped a car that was noticed leaving from behind closed companies on Zane Road in Elk River round 2:30 a.m. Sept. 23. When police made contact with the driving force, the officer detected the odor of marijuana and noticed tinfoil paraphernalia in plain view, in line with the police report. The driving force failed standardized discipline sobriety testing and was positioned below arrest, in line with the police report.