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Criminal Sexual Conduct, Pizza Dispute, Girl Punch: Oakdale Police Blotter

Here is a selection of incidents the Oakdale Police Department responded to from Sept. 23 to Sept. 27.

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The following is a summary of incidents that occurred in Oakdale between Sept. 23 and Sept. 27 as provided by the Oakdale Police Department.

Sept. 23

  • Police responded to a residential burglary on the 3800 block of Granada Avenue. The complainant arrived at the home to find the attached garage had an overhead door open. The complainant entered the home and heard someone flee out the patio door on the lower level. Nothing was stolen.
  • Police responded to a theft and domestic assault at the 4800 block of Helena Avenue. A woman told officers that her boyfriend pushed her into the closet door following an argument. The woman had no injuries, but there was visible damage to the closet door. The woman said her boyfriend took $800 worth of her clothing before leaving her home.
  • Police cited a 74-year-old man for shoplifting at Menards. The man took $21 worth of merchandise.
  • Police cited a 59-year-old man for shoplifting at Menards. The man took $17 worth of merchandise.

Sept. 24

  • A 2002 Saturn was stolen from a woman’s driveway on the 7500 block of Fourth Street. The vehicle was left unlocked in the driveway with a set of keys in it. The vehicle is valued at $5,500.
  • Police responded to a 911 call on the 600 block of Goodwin Avenue. When police arrived the resident said they called 911 because they were upset about the result of the Green Bay Packers football game.
  • Police responded to a theft at Fleet Farm. A shoplifter was in custody for attempting to steal $81 worth of hunting equipment.

Sept. 25

  • Police responded a report of harassing communications at the 3600 block of Genevieve Avenue. A woman said she received nine unwanted text messages from the father of her child. The text messages were regarding the father not being able to see the child. The man stated he would “get even” with the woman.

Sept. 26

  • Police responded to a dispute on the 7500 block of Fifth Street. The homeowner and a Carbone’s Pizza deliveryman were arguing. The homeowner said the driver had an attitude so he had demanded his 9 cents in change. The homeowner claimed the driver threatened him. The driver told officers that the homeowner was unhappy with the pizza price and demanded his 9 cents. The driver said he did not have 9 cents and offered to drive it back or credit his account. The driver said that the homeowner then approached him “yelling and posturing.”
  • Police arrested a 53-year-old man on the 6000 block of 40th Street who had a warrant out for his arrest. The Washington County Sheriff’s Office issued the warrant for second degree criminal sexual conduct. The man was transported to Washington County Jail.
  • Police responded to a burglary report on the 6400 block of 10th Street. The complainant said that someone had sprayed a fire extinguisher in his kitchen and poured paint in his basement.
  • A 14-year-old girl reported that a 16-year-old girl had walked up and punched her on the side of her head. The girl said that the 16-year-old girl had hit her before inside of Tartan High School.

Sept. 27

  • Police responded to a theft report on the 1300 block of Granite Lane. Someone entered an unlocked yard shed and took a portable table saw valued at $500.
  • A 1998 Chevy Lumina was stolen while parked at the Holiday Gas Station. The vehicle was later found in a driveway on the 1000 block Greystone Avenue.
Simon D September 29, 2012 at 11:36 AM
Its comforting to know the Oakdale police department can be counted on for support when we are upset about Green Bay Packer losses. Keep up the great work!!
007 October 07, 2012 at 04:49 AM
Why would our police give two shits about the Green Bay Packers. This is Minnesota and we only support one team here. Its comforting that our cops are forced to respond to a bunch of Packer fans making 911 calls because their team sucks instead of contributing their efforts elsewhere. Move to Wisconsin where they're more likely to tolerate such stupidity. Thanks for your service officers. GO VIKINGS!!!
007 October 08, 2012 at 01:22 AM
Why would our police care about the Green Bay Packers? This is Minnesota and we only support one team here. It's comforting that our cops are forced to respond to a bunch of bandwagon Packer fans making fake 911 calls because their team sucks when they could be contributing their efforts elsewhere. Move to Wisconsin where they're more likely to tolerate such stupidity. Thanks for your service officers. GO VIKINGS!!!

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