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Eagan Police Blotter: Oct. 5-7

A roundup of selected Eagan Police Department calls and arrests.

Editor's note: All information contained in this report is public information and can be obtained from the .

Oct. 5

-A caller in the 3700 block of Woodland Trail reported an iPod charger and a headphone cable stolen from a vehicle overnight.

-A customer at Rainbow Foods in the 1200 block of Town Centre Drive reported witnessing two or three men steal a cartload of toilet paper and laundry detergent from the store without paying for it.

-A caller in the 3900 block of Palisade Way reported that someone stole golf clubs from an open garage.

-Police investigated a report of stalking at Eagan High School.

-A caller in the 1300 block of Duckwood Drive reported that someone burglarized a clinic. She told police she believed it might have been a former employee who still had a key.

-A caller in the 1800 block of Trailway Drive reported receiving an $890 bill from a cell phone company with which he doesn’t do business and said he believed he was the victim of identity theft.

-A caller in the 2100 block of Silver Bell Road reported receiving a harassing phone call from her husband’s ex-girifriend.

-Police responded to a two-vehicle accident at Lexington Avenue and Lone Oak Road. One driver rear-ended the other because the traffic lights on Lone Oak were not operating.

-A caller in the 2000 block of Jade Lane reported a mail theft after receiving a call from someone in Inver Grove Heights who said they had found their mail.

-A caller in the 1000 block of Boston Hill Road reported that someone rifled through two vehicles in the driveway and took cash, $25 worth of lottery tickets and sunglasses.

-Police recovered a stolen vehicle in the 3700 block of Blackhawk Lake Court after a resident reported that the vehicle had been in the cul-de-sac for five days.

-A caller in the 4100 block of Meadowlark Point reported that her ex-nanny had stolen a number of items over the last few months, including jeans, baby bottles, a razor and slippers.

-The Holiday station in the 3000 block of Holiday Lane reported a $55.27 gasoline drive-off.

-New Mart in the 1900 block of Silver Bell Road reported a $17.12 gasoline drive-off.

-A caller in the 4200 block of Sunrise Road reported that her 15-year-old son had grabbed her wrists and left marks and told his pregnant sister he was going to kill her, kicking at her stomach. The boy was arrested for domestic assault and making terroristic threats.

-A caller in the 4100 block of Raptor Road reported that her husband was drunk and talking about committing suicide. The man was taken to a hospital.

Oct. 6

-An employee at Holiday Inn Express in the 1900 block of Rahncliff Court reported an apparent drug deal in the back parking lot. Police arrested a man for selling marijuana and a woman for buying it, and the man signed forfeiture papers for cash and his vehicle.

-A guest at Best Western reported that someone broke into his vehicle in the hotel’s parking lot and stole a bag containing medications. The bag turned up later.

-An employee of Freightmasters Inc. in the 1900 block of Seneca Road reported seeing a man in a pickup truck with Wisconsin license plates using high-powered binoculars to look into the open dock doors at the company.

-A caller in the 4200 block of Lexington Avenue reported that a boy had broken into his car and the child was in custody. The 12-year-old boy told police that he had argued with his mother and walked away, taking an iPod from a car, gum from Cub Foods and cigars from Walgreens before being caught. The child was cited for theft and tampering with a motor vehicle and will be assessed for inpatient treatment for mental illness.

-A caller in the 4000 block of Deerwood Trail reported that someone stole a front license plate from a vehicle.

-A caller in the 4100 block of Meadowlark Lane reported that someone slashed a vehicle’s tires a week earlier, and the vehicle had just been egged.

-An employee of Best Buy in the 1200 block of Town Centre Drive reported that a man had tried to put a new bar code on a product and pay a cheaper price for the product. The suspect, who had a child with him, fled when the cashier began checking for the correct price.

-A caller in the 4400 block of Clover Lane reported that a 51-year-old man had apparently overdosed on medication.

-A caller in the 3300 block of Coachman Road reported that she was supposed to meet a friend at her home, but the friend left a message saying she was going to “take all her medications.” The friend’s apartment door was unlocked and the woman wasn’t there. Police sent out a metrowide alert for the woman.

-A caller in the 1700 block of Four Oaks Road reported that she was receiving threatening phone calls from her father. Police determined that the woman and her father were exchanging harassing e-mails and phone calls and were told to stop.

-The Holiday station in the 2600 block of Eagan Woods Drive reported a $30 gasoline drive-off. Police tracked down the suspect and arrested him.

-A 12-year-old girl in the 1500 block of Deerwood Drive, near Blackhawk Middle School, reported that someone was following her in a truck. She described the suspect as a Hispanic male in his 20s, with a Hispanic male passenger. She said the truck passed her once and the driver called to her to come over, at which point she called 911. The truck was gone when police arrived.

-A 13-year-old boy in the 1700 block of Woodgate Lane reported that his mother had just kicked him in the chest. He told police that he had gotten mad at his mother and tried to take some towels from her, and that he didn’t want her to get in trouble because he was being disrespectful. He told police he was “having a fit” and his mother put up her foot to push him away.

-A caller in the 900 block of Northview Park Road reported “a lot of screaming and yelling” coming from a park, along with lots of cars. The caller said someone had run into a light pole and knocked the lights out. Police cited two people for underage drinking and dispersed the group.

-Police responded to a two-vehicle accident at Cliff Road and Pilot Knob Road in which a man drove into a median. Police cited a driver for DWI.

Oct. 7

-A caller in the 3600 block of Wescott Hills Drive reported a large bonfire and loud talking in the neighborhood. It was the second call of the night reporting a fire and loud voices; the resident was warned.

-An employee of Rainbow Foods in the 1200 block of Town Centre Drive reported a shoplifter who took about $150 worth of laundry detergent and drove off. The employee provided a license number of the suspect’s car.

-Police stopped a car at Johnny Cake Ridge Road and Oakbrooke Drive and cited the motorist for driving with a suspended license.

-A caller in the 4100 block of Old Sibley Highway reported that a snowblower was stolen from a business overnight.

-A caller in the 3700 block of Greensboro Drive reported that an iPod converter had been stolen from an unlocked car in the driveway.

-A caller in the 4500 block of Slater Road reported that someone propped open the apartment complex door, spilled pop on the floor and possibly stole a television remote control.

-A caller in the 3100 block of Valley Ridge Drive reported that someone broke a window on a vehicle overnight.

-A caller in the 4600 block of Ridge Cliffe Drive said a friend at that address had called and said he “couldn’t take it anymore” and thought he should take pills and kill himself. The man was taken to a hospital.

-A caller in the 1700 block of Monticello Avenue told a 911 operator, “I need help; I have to go,” then hung up. Police responded and arrested a man for felony domestic assault, violating a protection order and drug possession.

-A caller in the 1900 block of Cliff Lake Road reported that another driver had dented his car with a car door, but had denied it and driven away. The caller provided police with a license number, and police contacted the suspect.

-An employee of Rainbow Foods in the 1200 block of Town Centre Drive reported a shoplifter in custody. Police cited the woman for theft.

-Police responded to a report in the 1600 block of Skyline Path that a 53-year-old woman had fallen out of a window. The caller said it appeared to be a suicide attempt because the woman had been depressed after losing a child last year. The woman told police she had jumped because she “had nothing to live for.” She was taken to a hospital.

-The Holiday station in the 1500 block of Cliff Road reported a $72.84 gasoline drive-off. Police determined that the suspect vehicle had a stolen license plate.

-Police responded to a two-vehicle accident at Eagandale Boulevard and Lone Oak Road in which a semi-truck making a right turn ran over a car. The woman in the car said her car “got crunched” as the truck driver turned.

-A caller in the 900 block of Northview Park Road reported a possible fight involving at least 20 teenagers with bats. Police issued several citations for underage drinking and dispersed the group.

-A caller in the 4700 block of Anne Point reported that a set of license plates had been stolen. Police recovered the stolen plates and found others, including some used in an earlier gasoline drive-off.

-A caller in the 1100 block of Town Centre Drive reported that a 7-year-old girl playing outside came inside crying hysterically, telling her parents that a man took her into his apartment and assaulted her.

-An employee of Comers Liquors in the 3000 block of Courthouse Lane reported that a man had entered the store, grabbed a bottle of vodka and fled. Police arrested a man for assault and theft, another man for aiding an offender, underage drinking and on an outstanding warrant, and also arrested a juvenile female.

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