Suspect Bails on $100 Tab at Champp's; Another Busted For Hit & Run: Lost Police Blotter

"Lost" incidents from last week are released by the Richfield Public Safety Department.

The reports released by the Richfield Public Safety Department Tuesday, Sept. 18 detailed incident from Sept. 13 through Sept. 15, however, the reports were incomplete. The missing incidents from Sept. 14 and Sept. 15 are as follows:

Sept. 14

  • Police received a report from Dakota County regarding a sexual assault of a juvenile victim.
  • A Richfield High School sophomore was issued a citation for underage tobacco possession after patrol spotted the student walking and smoking at the intersection of Garfield Avenue and 72nd Street.
  • A juvenile was cited for shoplfting $22.31 worth of items from Richfield Target.
  • Police stopped a vehicle and the driver fled on foot. He was apprehended and determined to be driving Cancel IPS with an alcohol restriction and an open bottle in the vehicle.
  • Police responded to a disturbance on the 7600 block of Oakland Avenue. When police arrived a female was attempting to kick in the front door. She ewas cited for criminal damage to property.
  • Police responded to Champp's after a male suspect reportedly left the restaurant without paying for his bill that totaled $101.59.

Sept. 15

  • Two fires were intentionally set, one in a dumpster at 800 W. 66th St. and the other a pile of pallets near Lyndale Garden Center. There are no suspects.
  • A victim reported that a credit card had been opened up in her name without permission.
  • A driver left the scene after hitting another vehicle at the interesection of 69th Street and Logan Avenue. The driver was found to be driving without a valid driver's license and was issued citations for careless driving, leaving the scene of an accident, disorderly conduct and driving after suspension.

See the original post titled, "Pre-Existing Beef Causes Altercation Outside Richfield High."


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