The Roseville Police Department this past week received a number of calls about thefts with a few others involving complaints about disorderliy conduct, criminal damage to property and narcotics. To see the police blotter report, click on to this link.
Meanwhile, the following East Metro crime roundup is a collection of articles that appeared on Stillwater Patch, Woodbury Patch and Oakdale Patch Jan. 7 through Jan. 12. Click on the headline to read the full article.
Oakdale Woman Faces Murder Charge
The case relates to the Aug. 1, 2012, methadone overdose of a Scandia man.
Investigators Call Dive Teams to Search Lake for Missing Oakdale Woman
Danielle Jelinek has been missing since Dec. 9. Multiple search teams have sought clues to her disappearance. The latest search involved dive teams at Bone Lake.
Post-New Year's Arrests: Jail Bookings
Jail bookings information from Jan. 2 to Jan. 6 provided by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office.
Danielle Anita Krueger, 22, has been charged with second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon. Charges do not indicate a conviction.
Here is a selection of incidents recently responded to by the Oakdale Police Department.
Woodbury Guardian Allegedly Allowed Disabled Teen to Engage in Prostitution
Cheryl Ann Tchida, 50, has been charged with a gross misdemeanor.
Selected calls to the Woodbury Public Safety Department from Dec. 25 through Jan. 1.
Man Sentenced Following Woodbury Crack Cocaine Bust
The deal went down at the Green Mill in Woodbury in July 2012.
Woodwinds on Accusations of Employee Being Told to Destroy Records: Never Happened
A former patient advocate at the Woodbury hospital said she was told to destroy documents, according to a Star Tribune story.
Three Businesses Burglarized at City Walk in Woodbury
The break-ins occurred during the overnight hours of Tuesday and Wednesday.
Walmart Faces Suspension of Liquor License After Clerk Allegedly Sells Alcohol to Minor
The Oak Park Heights Police Chief will ask the City Council tonight to impose a $1,000 fine and a five-day suspension of Walmart’s liquor license after an employee allegedly sold alcohol to underage person for the second time in two years.