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Paintball, Political Signs and Mailbox Damages: Hennepin County Sheriff’s Report

A public safety summary of service provided by the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office Patrol Unit the week Oct. 29 to Nov. 4, 2012 for area communities.

The following public safety summary of information from the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office Patrol Unit that includes highlights from Oct. 29 to Nov. 4, 2012.

In addition to the law enforcement services it provides throughout the county, the HCSO provides primary patrol services for the communities of Hassan Township, Greenfield, Medicine Lake and Fort Snelling, as well as the Hennepin County portions of Hanover and Rockford. The report was provided by the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office. Not all incidents are included in the summary.

Dayton

  • Oct. 29 - Deputies responded to an address in the 18200 block of Territorial Road to assist Dayton Police with a domestic incident.
  • Nov. 4 - Deputies responded to an address in the 11500 block of Stoneridge Circle to assist Dayton Police with locating a juvenile.  While the K-9 was tracking the juvenile returned home. No other assistance was needed. 

Rockford

  • Oct. 31 - Deputies responded to the area of Highway 55 and 69 Lane North for an argument between two males.  Two adult males were involved.  The reporting party did not want to pursue charges, a small scratch was observed on the reporting males vehicle. 

Greenfield

  • Oct. 29 - Deputies responded to several reports of political signs being damaged or stolen throughout the city.  Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the incidents.
  • Oct. 29 - Deputies responded to an address in the 6200 block of 78 Lane North for a damage to mailbox report.  Loss was estimated at $500.  Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the incident.
  • Oct. 29 - Deputies responded to an address in the 7300 block of Rebecca Park Trail for a damage to mailbox report.  Loss was estimated at $100.  Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the incident.
  • Oct. 29 - Deputies responded to an address in the 4900 block of Pioneer Trail for a dispute between a tree cutting company at the address to trim trees touching power lines, the homeowner did not let them on his property and did not want his trees trimmed.  The workers will have their supervisor contact the homeowner.  The homeowner was advised on how to proceed and that it was a civil issue, not a criminal issue. No further action was needed.
  • Oct. 29 - Deputies responded to an address in the 7600 block of Vernon Street for a report of stolen welder.  Loss is listed as $2,790.  A Hennepin County Sheriff’s Detective is investigating the incident.
  • Oct. 31 - Deputies responded to an address in the area of Vernon Street and County Rd 10 for a vandalism report. The reporting party stated her vehicle was hit by paintballs while driving in the area.  No suspect were located.  Reporting party did not find any damage to her vehicle.
  • Nov. 4 - Deputies responded to an address in the 8000 block of Highway 55 for a medical incident. 

Medicine Lake

  • Oct. 31 - Deputies responded to an address in the 100 block of Peninsula Road for a medical incident for a 71-year-old female.  North ambulance arrived and transported her to North Memorial Hospital.

The communities of Corcoran, Rogers and Hanover had no reports provided by the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office. The Hennepin County Sheriff's Office patrol deputies also issued three citations and provided five assists.

Thomas November 15, 2012 at 09:25 PM
I hate it when people use paintball markers to do horrible acts. It just makes the sport look bad and the players look like delinquents. A lot of sites like http://www.airsplat.com/airsoft-info.htm give education pages and advise AGAINST ANYTHING LIKE THIS! But people like this make it so difficult to take away any misconception on the sport.

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