To keep you up to date with what is happening in cities near your hometown, Patch will be providing regular updates of police, fire and crime related incidents in the west metro.
The following is a collection of articles that recently appeared on Patch sites in Edina, Golden Valley, Hopkins, Lake Minnetonka, Minnetonka, Maple Grove, Plymouth, Richfield, Shakopee, St. Louis Park and St. Michael. Click on the headline to read the full story.
Police say Quentin Dale Roberts threatened to get a gun and kill a man outside a movie theater at Southdale Center last week.
Hopkins Asian Massage and Yinyin Massage will have their licenses temporarily suspended until the June 5 license sanction proceedings.
Police say Nicholas James Vititoe was asleep in the driver's seat with the motor running when he was arrested last week.
Emily Kate Pieper is charged with child neglect and driving while impaired after her May 2 arrest.
Pursuit involved air and K-9 units, as well as officers from multiple departments.
Police say Fabian Michael Garcia ran away from officers and struck one with his shoulder when they tried to arrest him.
Pham, 46, pleaded guilty to an amended charge as part of a plea agreement.
Monet Mecca Dunnorm was charged in January with stealing almost $1,500 worth of lingerie from Victoria's Secret. A little more than a month later, she was arrested in Burnsville and charged with stealing clothing from Kohl's department store.
Police say Sheila Rae Mesker of Buffalo had .11 grams of methamphetamine in her car when they stopped her last week in Plymouth for traffic violations.
Three separate burglaries on April 30 were among the incidents appearing on the recent Maple Grove Police blotter.
Information provided by the Wayzata Police Department.
The following fire and arrest records were reported by the St. Michael Fire Department and Wright County Sheriff's Department. An arrest implies only that the person was arrested and charged, and is innocent until proven guilty.
The Edina Crime Prevention Fund and Edina Baseball Association are offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the people responsible for the vandalism.