Mendota Heights Police Blotter: A Homecoming Hamburger Vehicle Smearing
Reports from the Mendota Police Department between Sept. 18 and Oct. 2.
Editor's note: The following is based on information provided by the Mendota Heights Police Department.
Two adult males assaulted bouncers at a bar as they were being escorted out. Both were cited with fifth degree assault. One male was transported to detox. One to Dakota County Jail.
Police responded to a complaint of a broken window on the rear of the complainant's residence. Neighbor kids playing with air soft guns. Inquiry led to discovery that window most likely shot with a pellet gun. Residents will resolve issue themselves.
An adult and a juvenile were cited and released for cultivating marijuana plants in Valley Park.
A driver stopped for making an illegal left turn was booked into Dakota County Jail after driving drunk with a breath alcohol concentration of .16.
A Fairvield Inn and Suites manager reported that an ATM machine was stolen from inside the hotel. No suspect information. Police are investigating the surveillance video.
Police responded to a burglary alarm at a building under construction. Upon arrival and prior to setting up a perimeter, a suspect was located in the underground parking garage.
Five motorcyclists were cited for driving at speeds between 98 and 131 miles per hour in a posted 55 mph zone.
Paint and raw hamburger were smeared on a vehicle left in a McDonald's parking lot in an incident police believe is related to Henry Sibley’s homecoming.