From Aug. 20 to Sept. 6, Eden Prairie police arrested 12 folks for driving whereas intoxicated. The arrests occurred whereas town participated in a statewide enforcement wave to teach on and implement DWI legal guidelines.
Of the 12 arrests made, 4 of these concerned managed substances.
In accordance with an Oct. 13 police blog entry, the very best preliminary breath check (PBT) was .21 by a driver who ran a crimson gentle. One other driver had a PBT of .185 after driving his automobile right into a median and hitting a lightweight pole.
The authorized restrict is .08.
The Eden Prairie Police Division reported the next incidents.
- A 2009 Toyota Highlander parked in an worker lot of Jerry’s Meals, 9625 Anderson Lakes Parkway, was reported stolen at 10:30 p.m. Oct. 6. The car’s proprietor, a 53-year-old Bloomington man, found it lacking after ending work. In accordance with police, the proprietor thinks he both left the important thing within the unlocked car or dropped it within the retailer whereas working. Police reviewed the surveillance footage and noticed a person sporting a hat strolling by way of the lot, making an attempt to open automobile doorways earlier than stealing the car. The blue Toyota Highlander’s license plate quantity is GGX406.
- A 1989 Ford Crown Victoria parked at The Lock Up Self Storage, 12995 Valley View Highway, was reported stolen at 11:30 a.m. Oct. 4. The automobile’s proprietor, a 67-year-old Edina lady, was contained in the storage facility for about quarter-hour earlier than popping out to find it lacking. She informed police the automobile was unlocked, and the keys had been within the ignition on the time of the theft. She additionally left her purse on the entrance passenger seat. Police recovered the car at about 2:50 a.m. Oct. 7 in Ramsey, with 4 occupants inside. The driving force was arrested.
- A money register containing about $100 was stolen from Halal Market & Deli, 13997 Anderson Lakes Parkway. Police, responding to an alarm at 4 a.m. Oct. 10, discovered glass from the entrance door of the enterprise shattered. Nothing else was reported lacking.
- Two garages of separate residences within the 10000 block of Meade Lane had been burglarized someday in a single day on Oct. 2. Stolen in a single incident was a 2021 Mercedes Benz. The proprietor, a 51-year-old man, informed police he usually leaves the keys within the car whereas it’s parked within the storage. The storage door was reportedly closed at about midnight. That morning, the proprietor found it gone. It was recovered in Minneapolis later that morning. Within the different incident, a pockets containing bank cards and $200 to $300 in money was stolen from a car. Police reported that the sufferer, a 36-year-old lady, acquired calls from two banks that morning about fraudulent prices on her bank cards. She went into her storage to find the entrance passenger door of her unlocked car open and her pockets lacking from it. There have been no indicators of pressured entry or injury, and a facet door to the storage was open.