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Cannon Falls police report

April 12

A report of damage to a storage unit lock in the 200 block of Holiday Avenue. 

Kong Yang, 23, La Crosse, Wis., was arrested for bringing stolen goods into the state, no Minnesota driver’s license.

April 14

A report of graffiti on the tables at East Side Park. Four juveniles admitted to the graffiti and were told to clean it up.

April 15

Daniel Burk, 71, Chatfield, was cited for speeding (84/65).

April 17

Carl Roman, 32, Tucson, Ariz., was cited for failing to obey a traffic control device. 

April 18

Victoria Walker, 42, Randolph, was cited for speeding (46/30).

Calls: Assist other authorities-7, business alarm-9, business checks-46, criminal damage to property-2, driving complaint-3, extra patrol-1, found property-1, medical assists-4, misc animal complaint-4, misc civil matter-1, permit to acquire handgun-2, public assist/motor vehicle-2, school activity-1, suspicious person/activity-10, traffic stop-12, welfare check-5.  Total calls: 125

Goodhue County Sheriff report

April 12

Rochester PD requested we watch for a vehicle northbound on Hwy 52 that had stolen plates on it and was involved in vehicle break-ins. Deputies located the vehicle northbound on Hwy 52 and were able to get the vehicle pulled over. Patrick L Patton was booked into the Goodhue County Jail.  

Daniel J. Meyer and Daniel R. Smith reported the theft of construction tools from a job site in Pine Island. A trailer was broken into and assorted power tools were taken (value: $9,338). 

April 13

Jennifer Polak, Wanamingo, reported that sometime in the past couple of days a Nintendo Switch and game were taken from her apartment (value: $495).

Daniel Andrus, 29, Saint Francis, was cited for operating a vehicle with expired registration.

April 15

Ray Meyer reported that his ATV was damaged while it was parked in Hay Creek Township while he hiked in the area. 

Keith Munson, Florence Township, reported that an unlocked vehicle had been entered overnight. Taken was a small amount of cash, change and several facemasks.

Report of a sign that was damaged at the baseball fields by the elementary school in Wanamingo. The incident was believed to have happened on April 12. 

April 16

Ronald Shaw, Belle Creek Township, reported that overnight a vehicle had struck his recycling bin. No damage value noted, bin owned by Waste Management.

Winny Omwamba, 31, Rochester, was cited for speeding (73/55).

Kameron Holst, 24, Northfield, was cited for speeding (72/55).

Austin Gray, 26, Northfield, was cited for operating a vehicle with expired registration, driving after suspension.

Kendria Hicks, 32, Red Wing, was cited for an unregistered vehicle, driving after revocation, uninsured vehicle. 

Damien Hodges, 20, Saint Paul, was cited for speeding (75/65), possessing over 1.4 grams of marijuana in a motor vehicle.

April 18

Matthew L. Luhman, Welch Township, reported that his 2002 Chevy Silverado was taken from outside his residence sometime after 1 a.m., on April 18. The vehicle was unlocked with keys in it (value: $2,000 loss).

Alan Frey, 38, Saint Paul, was cited for operating a vehicle with an expired registration. 

Sean Smith, 20, Albert Lea, was cited for driving after suspension.

Breanna Watson, 21, Oakdale, was cited for an unregistered vehicle, failing to deliver a certificate to the transferee within 10 days. 

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