Richfield Police Blotter: Female Resident Reports Sexual Assault

The Richfield Public Safety Department releases its most recent crime reports.

All the following information was taken from the 's Thursday Crime Reports, detailing incidents from Sept. 4-7.

A Richfield female reported that she had been kidnapped at gunpoint, driven to an unknown location, sexually assaulted and then driven back to the area of her residence on Sept. 4. The suspect is unknown at this time.

A 31-year-old Richfield man was charged with DUI Sept. 4.

A 27-year-old Richfield man was charged with DUI Sept. 4.

A vehicle was stolen from a driveway on the 7500 block of 5th Avenue Sept. 4.

A victim reported that his ex-girlfriend stole a TV, a watch, a laptop and prescription medications while he was sleeping Sept. 4.

A resident reported $4,000 worth of parts were removed and taken from a vehicle Sept. 5.

A juvenile was charged with marijuana and drug paraphernalia possession Sept. 5.

A 34-year-old Minneapolis man was charged with cocaine possession and fleeing police Sept. 6.

A 20-year-old Richfield woman was charged with marijuana possession Sept. 6.

An employee was charged with theft Sept. 6.

Police responded to a report of graffiti incident at the old Mother Duck Learning Center building Sept. 6. The officer could not tell if the graffiti was new, but also reported it didn't appear to be gang related. The following day, Sept. 7, another officer was dispatched to the intersection of 5th Avenue and 74th Street East on another report of graffiti. The incidents were not said to be related.

Police investigated a theft from vehicle incident that occurred on the 2400 block of 65th Street West Sept. 7. The vehicle owner reported that CDs, a miscellaneous amount of change and an iPod Nano were taken.

To see the Richfield Public Safety Crime Reports in their entirety, go to the department's webpage on the City of Richfield website.


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