Woman With Three Outstanding Warrants Charged For Shoplifting

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

All the following information was taken from the 's Incident and Arrest reports from May 21, detailing incidents from May 17-19.

May 17

  • A vehicle window was reportedly damaged on the 7300 block of 18th Avenue. Damage was estimated at $250.
  • Damage to a non-evasive bird sound system was damaged in the shelter at Veterans Memorial Park. Damage was estimated at $250.
  • A female student at SECA reportedly assaulted a security officer in the building.
  • Six juveniles were robbed at knife-point by who they described as two Hispanic mas. The incident happened near the and a phone and minor amounts of cash were reported stolen.
  • A 32-year-old Minneapolis man was charged with cocaine possession after police identified him as a person of interest at .

May 18

  • A 19-year-old Apple Valley woman was charged with drug paraphernalia possession after police discovered her and another individual sleeping in a car at after hours.
  • A purse was reported stolen from Chipotle, 1830 E. 66th St. The purse and its contest are estimated at $500.
  • Thirty bottles of OPI nailpolish was reported stolen from a business on the 6300 block of Penn Avenue. The stolen items are valued at $300.
  • Four movies checked out from the Hennepin County Library system were reported stolen from an unlocked vehicle.
  • The bumper of a vehicle was damaged while it was parked in the parking lot. 
  • A 2002 Chevrolet Tahoe was damaged by an unknown party. Damage was estimated at $500.
  • A 42-year-old St. Paul man and a 24-year-old Shakopee woman were charged with shoplifting from Sports Authority. The woman was taken into custody on three outstanding warrants.
  • There was a burglary on the 6400 block of Grand Avenue. Approximately $3,200 in items were taken.
  • A 53-year-old Minneapolis woman was charged with third-degree DWI.
  • A woman reported that a male acquaintance was threatening her via text.

To see the most recent crime reports in their entirety, go to cityofrichfield.org/publicsafety/reports.


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