All information is taken from the Mendota Heights Police Department incident summaries.
Multiple police agencies and a K9 unit responded to an alarm at shortly before midnight. Juveniles had propped a door open and were seen inside the building. They fled when police arrived and were caught. No theft or vandalism was reported.
The owner of reported three men that may have been casing the business.
A couple became combative while their five young children waited in a vehicle. Both parties refused to press charges or give any statements.
Police on Highway 13 stopped a driver who had felony warrants. Methamphetamines and a pipe were found in the suspect's purse.
Employees at the on Highway 13 reported a wallet left on the counter. Police identified the owner, but could not find a phone number. A letter was mailed to the owner indicating they could pick up the wallet at the police department.
A resident returned home from an appointment to the 200 block of Stonebridge Lane to find a woman standing at her door. When the woman saw the resident returning, she ran.
A thief broke through a car window on the 1600 block of Lilydale Road to steal a purse. The credit card inside the purse was already maxed out, according to the victim.
A gift card reported stolen from an unlocked vehicle on the 2100 block of Fox Place was used at several retail stores.
Two juveniles were cited for curfew violations after they were caught riding longboards down Lexington Avenue just before 3:30 a.m.
A resident on the 2000 block of Acacia Drive left the garage door up overnight. In the morning, two Trek bikes valued at about $1,000 were gone.
A gas drive-off was reported at the on Highway 110.
Police responded to Lilywood Lane to mediate a feud between neighbors.
A person reported their car was damaged by a thief while parked on the 900 block of Highway 13.
A motorcycle was reported stolen from an underground garage on the 2300 block of Lexington Avenue, along with other personal items.
Two pairs of sunglasses were stolen from a car parked in an underground garage on the 2300 block of Lexington Avenue. The thief broke out the driver’s side front window.