Is nothing sacred?
In what has to be a once-in-a-million occurrence, a Sunday school teacher at the in Fulton reported a credit card had been pilfered from her purse, left in a classroom while she walked her students to a chapel service last weekend.
According to a report filed with the Minneapolis Police Department, the woman arrived home to calls from Capital One inquiring about a $335 purchase at an Edina Target store, a $177 purchase at a Walgreens in Edina, a pair of purchases at a Barnes & Noble Store totaling $44.42, and $30.54 worth of food bought at a Minneapolis McDonalds. It was then that she realized her card was no longer in her possession.
Police cited a St Paul woman for driving on West 36th Street with car windows that only allowed seven percent of the sun’s light to penetrate, appearing nearly black from the outside. Minnesota law prohibits windows that allow less than 50 percent of the sun’s light through. On searching the woman and the car, police say they found an open vodka bottle, marijuana, and a marijuana grinder. The woman was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia, misdemeanor possession of marijuana in a motor vehicle, having an open bottle of liquor in her car, for having illegally tinted windows, and for being unable to produce proof of insurance. The car was impounded.
Drivers on the 5700 block of Emerson Avenue South, the 100 block of 58th Street West, and the 200 block of West Diamond Lake Road were cited for driving without proof of insurance.
A 17-year old walking at the corner of 31st Street and Pillsbury Avenue South around midnight was cited for being out past curfew and transported to his house.
A driver was pulled over at the intersection of 40th Street and Blaisdell Avenue South for having a rear license plate light out. Police say the driver, a Lynnhurst resident, was also drunk and booked him into the Hennepin County Jail after administering a chemical test to determine his blood alcohol content. The driver’s car was impounded.
A student at Southwest High School reported her cellphone stolen during class, and said one of her classmates was likely a culprit.
A Tonka Bay resident reported a person had made several harassing phone calls to her cell phone and to her workplace that morning, located on West 31st Street, seeking “more information” about her.
Officers arrested a Lyndale resident on the 3200 block of 1st Avenue South around 4:30 p.m. on an outstanding felony warrant from Pipestone County.
A driver on the 600 block of West 58th Street was cited for driving after having their license revoked.
A car parked outside a house on the 5100 block of Morgan Avenue South was broken into overnight.