The neighborhood was named for Lyndale Avenue, which in turn takes its name from Lyndale farm, a 1,400-acre farm owned by Hon. William S. King. The name of the farm was in honor of Mr. King's father, Rev. Lyndon King, an itinerant Methodist minister of northern New York, who was named for Josiah Lyndon, colonial governor of Rhode Island in 1768-1769.
Lyndale neighborhood, located in south-central Minneapolis, is bound on the north by Lake Street, on the east by Interstate 35W and Stevens Avenue, on the south by 36 th Street and on the west by Lyndale Avenue South.
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3453 Nicollet Ave. S.
Andrew C. Severson, 25, of Rosemount, was cited for trespassing after an incident in the Super America parking lot in which Severson, apparently inebriated, hurled racial insults at a cab driver and refused to pay the man. An officer witnessed Severson ransacking the taxicab, looking for a lost glove. Severson, according to police, told the driver to learn how to speak English and to go back to his own country. The cab driver told the officer he just wanted Severson out of his vehicle and no longer wanted to collect his fare. Severson told the officer that his uncle is a sergeant in the Bloomington Police Department and demanded a ride home from the officer. The officer declined, and Severson threatened to file a complaint and said he had good lawyers. The officer gave Severson his badge number. Severson went into the gas station and made telephone calls seeking a ride. Then, he began offering customers $100 for a ride home. He found a willing driver, but before he left Severson began looking into the officer’s car and causing a scene in the parking lot. That’s when Severson was asked to leave. He refused, and the officer cited Severson for trespassing. He’s not allowed at any Super Americas for a year. Severson told the officer he has “blue blood” in him and that the officer wasn’t living up to the code of conduct.
323 W. Lake St.
An unknown suspect or suspects broke into Uptown Pizza and took cash from the register and cash box.
3300 block of 1st Avenue South
A 53-year-old man said he was robbed at gunpoint by an acquaintance.
100 block of 31st St. W.
A 29-year-old man left his vehicle running and went back inside to wait for his vehicle to warm up. While he was inside for a minute, the vehicle was stolen. The man who lost his vehicle was cited for failure to lock his ignition and remove his key.
2800 block of Pleasant Ave. S.
An unknown suspect entered an apartment building and stole a laptop computer.
36th Street and 1st Avenue
A 49-year-old man was robbed at gunpoint.
3300 block of Blaisdell Ave. S.
A 32-year-old man was the victim of vehicle theft. The suspects were gone by the time police arrived.
500 block of 35th St. W.
A man witnessed another man walk into the stairwell of his apartment building and steal a rug. He left in a vehicle.
105 W. Lake St.
Abdisemed M. Ali, 42, of Chaska, was arrested for theft after he ran up a $69 bar tab at Champions Sports Bar and Grill and was unable to pay his bill. He also had a warrant out for his arrest.
3400 block Harriet Ave. S.
A 21-year-old woman in the process of moving out heard knocking at her door and then forceful, repeated kicking. No entry was made and the door was undamaged. Nearby residences saw and heard nothing.
3800 block of Blaisdell Avenue South
An unknown suspect broke through the back door of a 29-year-old woman’s home. Several items were stolen.
2600 block of Harriet Avenue South
The garage of a man’s home was opened and items were removed. The burglary occurred overnight.
37th & Pleasant
A 29-year-old man was robbed at gunpoint and physically assaulted by two men. They stole a cash amount of $80.