Police report: Elk River arrested for assault, interfering with 911 call
A 29-year-old Elk River man has been arrested for assault and interfering with a 911 call.
The victim reported on May 22 that her live-in fiance assaulted her by shoving, pushing and kicking her in the stomach.
Elk River Ambulance responded to the 13000 block of Elgin Drive and treated the victim before transporting her to Unity Hospital in Fridley.
The male told police he was the one who was assaulted and had some scratches to show officers, according to Elk River Police Capt. Bob Kluntz.
The female told police she told the suspect she was going to call police and he then threw her cell phone across the room.
The male was arrested and transported to Sherburne County Jail.
Theft from vehicle reported to police
An 18-year-old Elk River woman reported on May 22 a theft from motor vehicle in the 10400 block of 172nd Lane. She told police someone between 11 p.m. on May 21 and noon on May 22 entered the vehicle and took a brown pouch filled with miscellaneous jewelry and cigarettes. The back passenger window was broken and had been taped into the up position.
This may have been the entry point; however, it was unknown if the vehicle was locked, Kluntz said.
The loss has been estimated at $600.
•A 16-year-old Elk River boy reported on May 21 a theft from motor vehicle in the 19200 block of Twin Lakes Road. The complainant said someone entered his unlocked vehicle and stole his GPS unit and wallet. Loss has been estimated at $140.
Police respond to damage to property
Elk River police responded to a park in the 19200 block of Highland Road at 5 a.m. on May 21 on a report of damage to property in progress. The complainant reported her ex-boyfriend was slashing the tires on a vehicle she was in with a knife while parked at the park.
Upon arrival, the suspect had left the area. He had apparently slashed all four tires on her boyfriend’s vehicle, and threw a garbage can on the windshield, causing it to shatter.
The complainant was cited for underage drinking, and the driver was cited for underage drink-and-drive.
Police are still following up on the damage to property, Kluntz said.
Princeton man cited for drug possession
A 21-year-old Princeton man was cited for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia after being stopped for an equipment violation. Police stopped the motorist shortly after midnight on May 21 along the 18000 block of Twin Lakes Road.
Elk River man, 38, arrested for DWI
A 38-year-old Elk River man was arrested for DWI after being stopped for expired registration, weaving and crossing the left fog line on the night of May 20 along Highway 10 near Proctor Avenue. The driver was arrested for third degree DWI.
Elk River police help with school lockdown
The Elk River police assisted with a lockdown drill at Elk River High School. Canines were brought in to sniff for drugs. No drugs were found.
Manager gets sign, passes on charges
The manager of a store in the 200 block of Main Street was approached by a man on May 20 who said his roommate had stolen a sale sign from the business in front of a salt pallet. The manager told the individual that he wanted it back and said he would not ask for charges to be pressed if he got it back.
The person who took the sign said he had been intoxicated when he took the sign and intended to return it that day. He brought the sign back to the store and apologized.