5 February 2023
Two Shotspotter activations. 24xx 12th Ave S 00:10
911 caller said they think their friend is dead. They gave the address of Riverside Park. Park PD arrived, they said it's not a DOA, but requesting Fire and EMS. This is an injury crash, a vehicle struck a bridge
Shooting victim showed up at North Memorial. Said it happened at 29th and Colfax Ave N
Police heard a shot fired and Shotspotter for 1 round at 26xx Colfax Ave N. Old white Pontiac Grand Am involved
Shooting. Police were flagged down at 27th and Lyndale Ave N while responding to a Shotspotter at 29th and Bryant Ave N. 22:50 Suspects: BF and BM. It was the Uber driver's fare/customers who got out and shot at him
Robbery of person. 2xx Delaware St SE UMN Squad 210 22:07
When the call came into Plymouth Police to rescue an animal, Community Service Officer Emily Payne was on her way. But what she found at the side of the road was very different
10 month ago
ROCHESTER: Vehicle theft - 30xx Marion Rd. SE.- Officers responding to a report of a male who stole a vehicle from a driveway and was last seen southbound on Marion Rd. The suspect was wearing a ski mask and reportedly carrying hammer
10 month ago
Another caller is reporting that the male is now trying to break into their house in the 3400 block of Marion Rd. SE. - The caller reports that the male was still armed with the hammer. A perimeter is set and a K9 track is underway. A drone was also requested to respond
Another gunshot wound victim arrived at the hospital, but is so far refusing to give officers information on where the shooting occurred. It may be related to the shooting victim found outside the BP
The victim was being transported to the hospital by ambulance shortly after 12:30 a.m. - He was initially reported to be shot in the chest and the first arriving officer reported he was found face down in the parking lot
SAINT PAUL: SHOOTING - outside BP, 304 E. Wheelock Pkwy. - A 911 caller reported 3-4 shots, a male screaming and a black truck seen eastbound on Wheelock Pkwy. Possible suspect described as wearing a yellow hoodie, seen in the pickup with another occupant
More pics from True North Minneapolis group. Several people were reportedly displaced in this fire
10 month ago
INVER GROVE HEIGHTS: Flee - 5900 block of Babcock Trail - At least one occupant fled on foot after a State Patrol pursuit ended in the area. - Unknown initial reason for pursuit. Suspect(s) last seen running through yards southbound
A traffic crash is believed to be related to the Cub Foods attempted robbery. - A "totaled" white Ford Escape was found crashed and unoccupied near White Bear Ave. & Wilson Ave. - The occupants fled on foot. Officers are attempting a search in the area
Further suspect vehicle description: a mid-2000s white Ford Escape with a grey bumper guard and sun roof, occupied by five. The shooter wore a black jacket, jeans and an orange face mask. Officers reported finding three spent bullet casings near the front of the store
Burnsville: Person approached the caller and stated he was robbed at gunpoint. Occurred about 5 mins ago near Portland & 42. 3 black male suspects wearing all black went SB on Portland on foot, not wearing masks. Black handgun with laser
SAINT PAUL: Shot fired, attempted robbery report - Cub Foods, 2197 Old Hudson Rd. - A group of four juveniles reportedly tried to steal items from the store and one fired a gunshot inside the store. The group fled in a white SUV, unknown plate
GOLDEN VALLEY: State Patrol was in pursuit of a driver northbound on Hwy. - The driver exited at Glenwood Ave. and the Trooper made a PIT on the vehicle on the overpass. Driver taken into custody around 10:35 p.m
SAINT PAUL: Shots Fired - near Minnehaha Ave. E. & Cypress St. - Multiple 911 callers reported hearing around 5 gunshots from the intersection just before 10 p.m. - An officer reports spent casings found behind an address on the 900 block of Minnehaha. No report of injury
Robbery at gunpoint DTMpls. 101 W Grant, Speedway Loss: Wallet and cash 21:47
SAINT PAUL: Domestic with weapon report - 12xx Cook Ave. E. - Victim reports her husband pulled a gun during a fight & pistol-whipped her, then fled in a gold Cadillac. - Officers on scene & have requested medics for victim's facial injuries. Suspect believed to still be armed
Police got info that the victim's husband-now considered the suspect-may be headed to Fargo, and a SWAT team responded to the 3100 block of 34rd Ave. S. - Officers took James Nyonteh, 45, into custody by 4:45 a.m. without incident
Police say Peachu Yates, 35, was found in the front yard of a residence on Thousand Pines Entry around 9:40 p.m. on Monday. She was reported to be covered in blood and unresponsive on the ground
10 month ago
A 35-year-old woman was found fatally stabbed in the front yard of a Champlin home last night and her husband was arrested several hours later in North Dakota, authorities have confirmed
. MPD released a statement that a male who was found beaten and robbed on March 6 has died. Incident location: 1300 Nicollet Ave Suspect: Emmanuel Troy Davis, age 19, has been arrested and is in custody. MPD calls this homicide number 16 for #Mpls this year
St. Louis Park - incident with heavy police presence in the area below. SWAT is reported to be on site and residents of apartment buildings have been evacuated. Reported as near 56xx Camerata Ave.
10 month ago
Police say they are searching for a homicide suspect.
The fire appeared to be extinguished by around 1:50 a.m. Firefighters were initially dispatched to a "rubbish fire," but found heavy fire atop the canopy. Several apartments are above the store, and it's unknown yet if they had any smoke damage
SAINT PAUL: Firefighters are extinguishing a blaze outside the Lunds & Byerlys at 10th St. E. and Robert St. N. - Officers reported the front canopy structure was fully engulfed shortly before 1:40 a.m
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