A Brookfield, Wisconsin, resident was cited for throwing a stick to his unleashed dog near Lake Calhoun.
A Hopkins man was cited for driving without a valid insurance card after he crashed into another car near the intersection of 46th Street and Lyndale Avenue.
An 18-year-old Bloomington woman was cited for consuming liquor while underage near the south side of Lake Calhoun.
A Minneapolis woman was the victim of a hit and run when someone parallel parking on the 3600 block of Bryant Avenue hit her car.
A Minneapolis man and a Brookyn Park woman were arrested for possession of narcotics on the 3400 block of Nicollet Avenue.
A Minneapolis woman’s tires were slashed when she left her car parked on the 3300 block of Emerson Avenue.
A 22-year-old Minneapolis woman called police after she and her boyfriend got into a physical altercation on the 4100 block of York Avenue.
A 20-year-old woman said she was physically assaulted by someone she knew on the 3700 block of 32nd Street.
A 52-year-old woman living on the 6000 block of Penn Avenue called police to report that her ex-boyfriend had been making harassing phone calls.
The hot tub cover straps of a resident of the 1300 block of 59th Street were damaged by someone who had passed out on top of the tub.
A Minneapolis man was arrested for driving while intoxicated near the intersection of 32nd Street and NIcollet Avenue at about 2 a.m.
Someone painted graffiti on a car parked on the 4500 block of Vincent Avenue and threw one egg on it.
A 15-year-old Washburn High School was cited for possessing a knife in school when he tried to remove his electronic home monitoring bracelet.
A 21-year-old Bloomington woman was arrested for driving while intoxicated near the intersection of 36th Street and Dupont Avenue.
Two Excelsior men, ages 20 and 21, were cited for possessing liquor at Lake Calhoun.
A Minneapolis man was arrested for drunk driving near the intersection of 31st Street and Emerson Avenue.
Until convicted, all persons listed by police as suspected of committing a crime or listed as charged with a crime by county, state, or federal prosecutors should be considered innocent.