Editor's note: Eagan Patch regularly posts selections taken from the Eagan Police Department incident reports. All addresses in the reports are approximate.
5:10 p.m.—Police responded to a theft call at the Kohl's in Eagan. The caller told police that a loss prevention officer was pursuing a suspect, who walked out of the store with a large number of clothing items shoved down his pants. The suspect fled on bike, then ditched the bike and ran on foot. The loss prevention officer and police were unable to find the suspect. A total of $330 worth of items were stolen.
5:59 p.m.—Police responded to a drug activity call on the 3400 block of Golfview Dr. The callers, who were the parents of a local student, told police they found a hookah and marijuana while visiting his apartment. Police interviewed the student, who admitted he smokes weed with his roommate. The officer issued a citation.
2:55 a.m.—Police responded to an assault call on the 3600 block of Denmark Ave. The caller told police she was visiting the neighbors when a male and female at the residence attacked her. The victim told police she had "bite marks all over" from the assault, and took pictures of her wounds. Police took statements from the suspects and will mail citations.
1:09 a.m.—Police responded to an assault call at Ansari's Mediterranean Grill in Eagan. The caller told police that a man at the restaurant assaulted another guest. The victim, who was icing his face in the office when police arrived, declined to press charges. Police were unable to locate the suspect.
9:28 a.m.—Police responded to a suspicious person call on the 3400 block of Pilot Knob Rd. The caller told police she was being followed by her ex-husband, who wanted to get back together with the victim. Police spoke with the suspect, and advised the woman to get a restraining order.
12:55 p.m.—Police responded to a threats/stalking call at Eagan High School.
8:19 p.m.—Police responded to a domestic call on the 4100 block of Diamond Dr. The caller, a 17-year-old girl, told police that her mother had been abusive toward her for years and that she wanted to be taken away from her home. The caller later told police to "Drop the charges, my father is here to help". When police told her they were required to respond, the girl replied, "This is ridiculous" and hung up.
9:53 a.m.—Police responded to a burglary call on the 4200 block of Sandstone Dr. The caller, a Realtor, told police someone broke into a vacant property and ran away when the Realtor arrived. The Realtor entered the residence and smelled marijuana. Police caught up with the suspect, who was cited for criminal damage to property, trespassing and possession of drug paraphernalia.
10:01 a.m.—Police responded to a domestic on the 1900 block of Covington Ln. The caller told police his ex-girlfriend was armed with a bat and was breaking his car windows. The man told police he responded by throwing a rock through one of her windows. In retaliation, she poured oil in his car. A 3-year-old child and six-month-old child were present at the scene. When officers arrived, the suspects told police the argument started over ownership of a video game. Both declined to press charges.
5:01 p.m.—Police and fire units responded to a personal injury accident at the intersection of Cliff Hill and Nicols Rd. A witness told police that a truck drove off the road into the woods. One man, the driver of the vehicle, was transported to Regions Hospital.