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Bloomington detectives checked with the restaurant and determined who the man's server was during his visit. His server matched the woman seen in surveillance video using the credit card. Upon questioning the woman said she had taken the card and used it after the victim left it at the restaurant, according to Stehlik.
Not knowing if the man was holding his girlfriend against her will, a bulletin was sent out to area police departments noting the suspect vehicle, and the vehicle was spotted in Eden Prairie. Police officers interviewed the duo and the woman appeared to have fresh bruises on her arms, chest and cheek, Stehlik said.
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Although officers responding to the call did not find the suspicious man who fled the property, minutes earlier the police department had received a call regarding two men who were attempting to climb onto the roof of the nearby Holiday Stationstore at 8331 Normandale Blvd., Stehlik explained.
faces a felony charge in the case involving his girlfriend. The suspect has also been reported for assault against family members in Texas, but it was unclear if those incidents involved criminal convictions, Stehlik noted.
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A 24 year old Plymouth man was arrested on suspicion of first degree criminal damage to property for his actions after a night of "partying."
The suspect denied being abusive toward his girlfriend and left the apartment with her, pulling her by the arm. The duo then drove off, prompting the man's grandmother to call the police, Stehlik explained.
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grill. He told police officers that he and his girlfriend had been drinking, and that she fell down because she was intoxicated. Inside the apartment the woman told an officer that her boyfriend had hit her, and she wasn't sure if she had lost consciousness. She had a bloody lip, a swollen cheek and a lump on the side of her head, Stehlik said.
Security video of the building showed a man wearing a grey T shirt and blue jeans kicking a glass panel of a door and punching another door. Blood was found on one of the doors, and a trail of blood was found, leading to the loading dock area of the building, Stehlik said.
When the victim realized that his credit card was missing, he called his credit card company. That's when he learned that the card had been used for approximately $270 in purchases throughout Bloomington. The account was then canceled and the victim reported the incident to the police department, noting that he may have lost the card after he had used it at a restaurant, Stehlik explained.
The couple lives together in an apartment on the 8800 block of 18th Avenue. They were grilling outside the apartment building when a resident of another apartment heard a female scream. He looked out to see the suspect hit his girlfriend on the side of her head with his open hand, according to Stehlik.
The woman fell to the ground and the man returned to the grill momentarily, then dragged the seemingly unconscious woman by her hair into their apartment, Stehlik said.
The suspect, arrested Aug. 1, affirmed that he was the man in surveillance video footage that was responsible for breaking two windows in the doors of a Bloomington office tower on July 26, Stehlik said.
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The suspect is accused of taking a credit card and using it to purchase numerous items throughout Bloomington on June 26. The credit card statement showed that two purchases were made at Cub Foods, 8421 Lyndale Ave., totaling more than $162. The card was also used to make a $39 purchase at Pawn America, $37 purchase at Walmart, $25 purchase at Nails and Company, 8411 Lyndale Ave., and $6.84 at a BP gas station, according to Bloomington Police Cmdr. Mark Stehlik.
A 59 year old Bloomington man was also arrested for domestic assault following an incident involving his 55 year old girlfriend.
A shopping spree in Bloomington resulted in the arrest of a 22 year old Richfield woman for credit card fraud.
When store employees confronted the men outside the gas station, the duo fled toward the office park, and one witness reported that a passing vehicle picked up one of the men. Information about the vehicle helped investigators track down the identity of the suspect in the surveillance video. The Plymouth man met with a detective on Aug. 1 and confirmed his involvement in the incident, Stehlik noted.
the man's grandmother in an apartment on the 9900 block of Briar Road when the suspect was confronted by his grandmother regarding bruises on the arms of his girlfriend, according to Stehlik.
A 21 year old Bloomington man was arrested for domestic assault after an incident involving his 19 year old girlfriend.
The woman was not cooperative, however, saying she was an independent person who could make her own decisions and that "God would protect her," according to Stehlik.
Police officers were called to the 8400 Tower of Normandale Lake Office Park, 5600 W. July 26 on a report of a shirtless man on the grounds of the office tower. A security officer had confronted the man, who fled the property on foot. Upon further examination of the area, the officer Nike Air Vapormax White Blue found that windows in a locked entry door to the tower had been broken, according to Stehlik.
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