CG weekend police reportsThe following incidents were recently reported to the Cottage Grove Police Department:
The following incidents were recently reported to the Cottage Grove Police Department:
A $150 bicycle was reported stolen Thursday, Oct. 8, from Hillside Elementary School sometime after school let out.
A Hastings police officer got information from a 15-year-old that they had gotten drugs at a party in Cottage Grove Friday, Oct. 9. Officers went to the reported location of the party in the 11000 block of West Point Douglas Road, but everyone had fled when they arrived.
An officer stopped a vehicle at Hillside Trail and Jeffrey Avenue early in the morning of Saturday, Oct. 10, after the driver failed to signal a turn. The officer saw signs of drug use in the driver, and the driver consented to a search of his vehicle. A K-9 unit detected about 24 grams of marijuana in the vehicle’s glove compartment. Jeffrey A. Clinton, 18, was cited for possession of a small amount of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and failure to signal a turn. Joseph Griemann, 18, was cited for possession of a small amount of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
A resident in the 8400 block of 72nd Street reported Saturday, Oct. 10, the rear, driver’s side window of their vehicle was broken into overnight, but nothing was missing.
A friend of an employee at Zywiec’s Landscape and Garden Center was bringing coffee, and noticed that the employee’s car window had been broken out Saturday, Oct. 10. The employee reported that her purse, containing an iPod, cash card and $2 cash was stolen.
A bicycle was reported stolen Saturday, Oct. 10, from the Park Grove Branch Library, but officers recovered the bike outside the Parkside Apartments.
A Janero Avenue resident reported Sunday, Oct. 11, that she had been at a party where her purse was left out. In the morning she realized her wallet containing several credit cards was missing, and one of her cards had been used. Police are investigating the incident.
A complainant reported to police that they were opening their car door on Johansen Avenue to get out of their car when a passing car hit the door. The car didn’t stop or slow down, and left the scene toward 80th Street.