All the following information was taken from the Richfield Public Safety Department's Incident and Arrest reports from Oct. 8, 2012. The incidents below occurred between Oct. 3 and Oct. 6.
- A resident reported a door and its frame had been damaged by an uknown person. The damage is valued at $500.
- A Richfield High School 10th-grader was cited for underage tobacco consumption.
- A 28-year-old Richfield woman was cited for second-degree DUI after police found her sleeping in her car in the parking lot of the Richfield Municipal Liquor Store on the 7700 block of Lyndale Avenue.
- Police took a report of a protection order violation.
- A victim reported an identity theft. She believes her social security number was being used in California.
- Police responded to a fraud report. Police determined that an unknown person had used the victim's cell phone account to order a phone.
- A 56-year-old Minneapolis woman was charged DUI after police responded to an accident at the intersection of 66th Street and Lyndale Avenue.
- Police found two Richfield High School students smoking near school property. One of the two was cited for underage consumption for the second time in two days.
- Three juvenile girls were reported for smoking marijuana in the girls bathroom at Richfield High School. One was cited for drug paraphernalia possession.
- A 29-year-old Eden Prairie woman was arrested for third-degree DUI.
- Police responded to a disturbance on the 6300 block of Lyndale Avenue. The reporting party said the suspect threatened him with a knife. The suspect was extremely intoxicated and transported to Fairview Southdale Hospital on crisis hold.
- Multiple officers were involved in attempting to stop what appeared to be a riot situation at Richfield High School during the Homecoming football game. A 16-year-old juvenile male was cited for making a disturbance at the game.
- A woman reported her wallet stolen while shopping at Marshall's.
- Police responded to a domestic assault on the 7300 block of Grand Aveneu. The suspect was gone when police arrived.