Theft Arrests, Assault Lead Police Reports

St. Michael Fire scrambled to beat down a transformer fire during recent storms, and theft attempts at the Albertville Premium Outlets have kept police busy, according to the latest police and fire report.

Recent theft attempts at the have kept Wright County deputies busy, while a lightning strike in St. Michael had firefighters battling a blaze at an electrical transformer recently. 

All blotter items are submitted by the respective agencies. 

May 18
The St. Michael Fire Department (SMFD) responded to a medical call in the 2000th block of Langston Lane NE.  A male had fallen and needed assistance.

May 19
SMFD responded to a fire call in the 2000th block of Lambert Avenue NE.  A house had been struck by lightning and there was a strong odor of smoke.

May 22
Christopher DeJon Ellis, 22, of Albertville was arrested in Anoka County on a Wright County warrant for 2nd degree burglary.

May 23
Jabier Rakeem Livingston, 19, of Minneapolis was arrested in Albertville on the charge of theft.

Jawaanza Osayande Kiambu Jones, 18, was arrested in Albertville on charges of theft and give false information to a police officer.

May 24
SMFD responded to a fire call in the 10000th block of 30th Street NE.  There was a transformer on fire.

May 26
Tequisha Lanay Solomon, 28, of St. Paul was arrested in Albertville on the charges of theft and possession of shoplifting tools.

May 27
Dustin James Merges, 24, of Otsego was arrested in Monticello on the charge of 3rd degree DWI.

Anthony Daniel Bursey, 28, of Robbinsdale was arrested in St. Michael on the charge of 2nd degree DWI.

May 28
Brandon Lee Dick, 26, of St. Michael was arrested in Buffalo on the charges of domestic assault and criminal damage to property.

There were nine property damage accidents, two personal injury accidents and five hit-and-run accidents. There were 16 arrests for DWI, three underage consumption arrests, a School Bus Stop Arm violation, and 35 tickets for miscellaneous traffic violations issued this week.


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