St. Paul Park police reports for March 1: Domestic, vandalism, trespassingRecent criminal activity reported in St. Paul Park.
Police were called to the winter dock at Hidden Harbor marina, 388 Ninth Ave., about 3:15 a.m. Feb. 3 for a reported dispute. A boat owner told police that he had been involved in a dispute with another man he had allowed to stay on his boat, which is named “Wake-N-Bake.” The boat owner said the other man attempted to kick his dog, so the boat owner tackled his guest and then kicked him off the boat. No arrests were made.
A St. Paul Park woman reported Feb. 4 that her ex-boyfriend threatened her with two butcher knives during a dispute in the middle of the night at a home in the 1700 block of Dixon Drive. The woman, who called police hours after the alleged incident, planned to go to the police department to provide a statement.
Sex offender registry
A Maplewood sex offender was found to be out of compliance with his sex offender registry guidelines after police discovered him driving an unregistered vehicle about 1 a.m. in the 300 block of Pullman Avenue. Sex offenders must list vehicle they own or plan to drive.
A Red Wing man told police Feb. 7 that someone punctured a tire on his vehicle while it was parked in the 1700 block of Dixon Drive.
A St. Park man reported Feb. 8 that someone threw eggs at his truck while it was parked in the street in the 1100 block of Ashland Avenue.
The manager of Park Grove Bowl, 1020 Hastings Ave., reported late Feb. 8 that someone threw eggs at five vehicles in the parking lot. Police could not locate the vehicles.