Editor’s note: Alleged crimes against persons (assault, murder, robbery) will feature the + symbol. Note, this compilation of crime reports provides highlights of area criminal activity. It’s not intended to be a comprehensive overview of Southwest crime.
June 11, 7 a.m.–5:30 p.m., 3135 Apt. 1 Dupont Ave. S.
The victim had been away from his apartment all day. He came home to find that the suspect had gotten into the apartment through the ground window and exited through the apartment door. The victim reported that cash, a camera, a bike and a laptop were missing. There is no information on the suspect.
June 12, 10:30 p.m.–June 13, 6:30 a.m., 3433 Humboldt Ave. S.
A crime was committed at a garage on the property at the above address. The victim says that the garage door was unlocked. The suspect opened the garage door to enter. A grey and blue 10-speed bike was reported missing.
June 9, 5:22 p.m., 3006 Hennepin Ave. S.
A 16-year old girl left a store with a pair of boots. The alarm went off, and the manager found the girl and located the boots in her purse. The girl admitted to taking the boots. She was cited and released for theft.
+ June 8, 9:02 a.m., 3414 W. 47th St.
An underage suspect was fencing stolen property inside school. She was stopped by police, but refused to answer any questions. She fought custody, threatened to hurt others and ran away. She was placed in a juvenile center. She was released after she gave her guardian’s contact information.
+ June 12, 12:10 a.m., 5501 Penn Ave. S.
The victim was robbed at the above address, but the suspect was gone upon the victim’s arrival. There are no clues to help locate the suspect.
LOWRY HILL EAST
+ June 11, 1:22 a.m., 2105 Lyndale Ave S.
A victim was struck in the face with a glass beer mug, causing lacerations to his face. Another victim was also punched in the face. An arrest was made on the scene.
June 14, 11:20 p.m., W. 29th St.
A citizen called in to report a suspicious looking person looking around at parked cars. The callers witnessed the suspect reach into a smashed rear window and take a backpack from the car. The suspect hid the backpack after taking it.
June 12, 12:45 a.m., 3644 Nicollet Ave. S.
A man flagged down police officers and stated that someone struck his vehicle with their car and fled. It was later learned that this man committed a hit and run from a pending call. Earlier in the night he had attempted to hit a victim with his car. He missed, but struck another victim’s parked car. The man was charged with a hit and run.
June 14, 7 p.m., 5 W. 34th St.
At a barbershop at the above address, a man broke a small corner of glass by the door. He reached through the broken glass to open the door from the inside. The owner of the barbershop reported that a 32-inch flat screen TV and a laptop were missing. There is no conclusive evidence and the barbershop does not have security cameras.
June 12, 8:00 a.m., 1 E. 26th St.
The victim put his bike in the hallway for a short period of time. When the victim returned, the bike was missing. The missing bike was described as a black, 12-speed bike with a green saddle bag.
June 13, 2:00 a.m., 2738 Nicollet Ave. S.
A man broke into a strip mall by prying through double glass doors of the mall and breaking the latch. He then attempted to pry through the doors of the above location. A woman working in the back heard noises coming from the door, and identified the suspect as a black male, 6 feet tall with a red baseball hat and a white shirt.There was significant damage done to the latch and locks of the doors.
+ June 14, 9:55 p.m., 2725 Pleasant Ave. S.
The suspect demanded the victim give up her purse at knifepoint.