Recent calls to St. Paul Park police
Following is a summary of recent calls to the St. Paul Park Police Department.
A resident in the 200 block of Broadway Avenue reported March 31 that someone entered and damaged rooms throughout the house.
Police were notified March 17 of kids playing with a damaged fire extinguisher on the tennis courts at Heritage Park. Someone had written explicit words on the court with powder from the extinguisher, according to the report.
Ryan W. Schrobilgen, 22, of Cottage Grove, was arrested on March 13, for fourth-degree DUI after he crashed his vehicle into two parked vehicles in the 700 block of Pleasant Avenue. He was taken to the Cottage Grove Police Department for testing, then released and transported by ambulance to Regions Hospital in St. Paul for issues stemming from the accident, according to the report.
Vicki L. Grossman, 53, of St. Paul Park, was arrested for second-degree DUI after police stopped her vehicle at Pullman and Lincoln avenues on March 6.
Andrew M. Grunz, 22, of North St. Paul, was cited for fourth-degree DWI, after police stopped his vehicle at Broadway and Summit avenues, March 1. A passenger in the vehicle, Nicole M. Anderson, 21, of Roseville, was cited for underage consumption.
A resident in the 1000 block of Ashland Avenue reported March 6 that four tires with rims were stolen from the bed of his truck.
An employee at East Side Auto, 805 Main St., reported the theft of a white 2003 Mercury Grand Marquis from the lot on March 5.
An employee reported someone forced their way into the front door of the Activities Building and parish offices at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church on March 21. Nothing was reported missing, according to the police report.
Police were called to Pullman Elementary School to take away a brindle-colored pit bull with a red collar that wandered onto school grounds, March 23.
Police from St. Paul Park, Newport and Cottage Grove responded to a burglar alarm at about 5 a.m. on Feb. 13, at Park Grove Bowl, in the 1000 block of Hastings Avenue. An undisclosed amount of money was taken from the business, according to the police report.
The Grey Cloud Island Township clerk reported March 18 someone damaged the gate at the township cemetery. It appeared a vehicle hit the gate, according to the report.
Two St. Paul Park men were cited after a resident in the 1100 block of Fifth Street called police on March 27. Brian D. Cheslog, 19, was cited for damage to property. Troy D. Lind, 32, was cited for fifth-degree assault.
Nicholas A. Weigand, 21, of St. Paul Park, was arrested on a Washington County warrant and cited for possession of drug paraphernalia after police stopped the vehicle in which he was riding at Broadway and Summit avenues, Feb. 14. The driver, Gregory M. Craft, 26, of Richfield, was cited for a stop sign violation. Passenger Mitchell T. Donahue, 21, of St. Paul, was cited for possession of marijuana in a moving vehicle. Passenger Deanna Sue Pace, 20, of St. Paul, was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia.
Jerika C. Kealy, 20, of Cottage Grove, was cited for underage possession of alcohol, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia after police stopped her vehicle for a stop sign violation at Broadway and Summit avenues, Feb. 13. Passenger Alyssa M. Monn, 19, of St. Paul Park, was cited for underage possession of alcohol.
Two juvenile males were picked up along Hastings Avenue March 13 in possession of a metal handicapped parking sign and an orange warning flag that appeared to be from a street sign. Both were cited for unlawful possession of a sign.
A resident in the 1400 block of Summit Avenue reported a passing train hit a utility trailer placed on the railroad tracks, Feb. 7.
Hit and run
Tara L. Carriere, 32, of Cottage Grove, was arrested for second-degree DWI and leaving the scene of an accident on Feb. 8, after police saw her strike a parked motor vehicle in front of a residence in the 1000 block of Second Street, then drive off and get stuck in a snow bank.
Michael J. Hellow, 25, of Landfall, was cited for inattentive driving and leaving the scene of an accident, Jan. 30, after police were called to the 1500 block of Pullman Avenue.
Four female juveniles were cited for underage possession of alcohol Feb. 5 after police were called to Oltman Junior High School.