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Domestic

Police responded to a report of two people arguing at 1:53 p.m. June 21 at a Sand Castle Drive home in Woodbury. Officers at the scene encountered a 33-year-old man who told them he had had an argument with a 29-year-old woman at the residence and that he was leaving for the night. No further assistance was requested.

Police responded to an anonymous call about a possible domestic disturbance on the 2500 block of Cobble Hill Court at 10:21 p.m. June 21. A 29-year-old Woodbury man at the scene told police his child’s mother drove up to his home with their child in the car and accused him of cheating. He and another woman at the scene then told police that the child’s mother challenged the other woman to a fight. All parties told police they wanted nothing done about the incident and agreed to go their separate ways.

Theft

A Woodbury man called police at 6:47 p.m. June 20 to report that about $140 in electronics had been stolen from his daughter’s car. The vehicle had been parked at his home on Shannon Drive. A security video the man provided showed a white male in his early 20s wearing a hoodie pulled over his face access the vehicle by opening the driver’s door.

A bike was reported stolen from outside Woodview Terrace Montessori, 6255 Upper Afton Road, at 7:20 p.m. June 20. A 17-year-old Woodbury girl told police she had left her Schwinn bicycle outside when she began her shift at work. When she finished her shift, the bike was gone.

Noble Glass, 690 Commerce Drive, reported 7:51 a.m. June 21 that the license plates on their work truck had been stolen during an undetermined period of time. Steele County authorities later called the complainant and told them that they recovered the plates from two people who had been arrested June 21.

Police responded to a call about a possible theft from a Woodbury business on the 8100 block of Coller Way 12:28 p.m. June 21. The 28-year-old man told police he believed the store manager was responsible for a deposit back containing $1,763 that went missing June 15. The store manager told police the bad went missing when he and the other man stepped outside to have a discussion.

Employees at JC Penney, 8348 Tamarack Village, reported at 2:45 p.m. June 21 that they watched a woman hide merchandise in her purse and that she removed a magnetic security tag from a box of cologne in a fitting room. Police stopped a 47-year-old woman driving out of the parking lot and found $548 worth of stolen merchandise, a small prybar, a larger magnet and wire cutters. She was detained and booked into the Washington County Jail.

Cub Foods, 8432 Tamarack Village, employees reported at 5:49 p.m. June 21 that a man pushed a cart filled with $107 in unpaid merchandise out of the store. Police a 26-year-old Woodbury man for theft.

Suspicious activity

A Woodbury man reported at 8 p.m. June 20 that a gray-green Honda with Utah license plates had been parked in the neighborhood for over an hour and seemed out of place. Police located the unoccupied vehicle, which was clean inside. Police advised the resident the vehicle was legally parked and no action would be taken.

A 37-year-old Woodbury man reported at 10:19 p.m. June 21 that he was concerned over a man in his 40s, whom he said was following his family around Target and made small talk with his wife. Police contacted the store manager but no crime was reported at the time.

An anonymous caller told police at 11 p.m. June 21 that a clicking noise had been heard along with a man screaming near the intersection of Lakeview Drive and Hudson Road. Bystanders near the intersection told police they had not heard anything suspicious. Police took no further action.

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