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Undeterred, the girl continued to follow them until one of the boys finally handed her phone back to her. She called 911 to report the incident, Ryan noted.
Following his April 5 arrest, the man was released pending charges, Ryan noted.
purchased it in St. Paul, Ryan noted.
A security officer stopped her after she exited the store and police were called to the scene. She said that she took the lipstick without paying for it, but denied knowledge of the methamphetamine found in her pocket, claiming that she had borrowed the pants she was wearing, Ryan explained.
A 50 year old Minneapolis man was booked on suspicion of shoplifting while a 22 year old Minneapolis man was booked on suspicion of shoplifting and possession of drug paraphernalia.
The suspect told police that he wrapped the 40 pound dog in a towel and blanket and threw it in a trash bin. Although a blanket and towel with dog hair were found inside the trash bin, the dog's body was not there, Ryan noted.
Officers responding to a report of a possibly suicidal Bloomington man ended up booking him a week later on suspicion of cruelty to an animal.
The 44 year old woman was found walking westbound in front of Kohl's. When questioned about the incident she gave officers a false name, but was eventually identified as having several arrest warrants, according to Ryan.
Two Brooklyn Park boys were arrested and face robbery charges after they allegedly refused to return a cell phone to a 15 year old Bloomington girl. April 6. Three males, one of whom asked to use her cell phone to call his mother, confronted her, Ryan explained.
Officers were dispatched to the man's apartment on the 10700 block of France Avenue the evening of March 27 after receiving a tip that the man may have killed his dog and might be suicidal.
She was booked on suspicion of shoplifting.
The girl dialed the number he gave her and handed the phone to him. When he finished the call he put the phone in his pocket and the group began to walk away. The girl followed them, asking for her phone back. She eventually offered to give the boy $5 in exchange for her phone. She pulled $7 cash out of her pocket, which one of the boys grabbed from her hand. They then continued to walk away, Ryan said.
Officers made contact with the man at his apartment and noticed a foul odor emanating from inside. When asked about the odor, the man told police that his dog had defecated inside his apartment. When asked where his dog was, the man told them the dog wasn't there. When asked if he had killed the dog, he said yes, saying that the dog had been causing trouble, Ryan explained.
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the men inside the store were also arrested outside the store on suspicion of shoplifting.
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She was booked on suspicion of shoplifting and giving a false name to a police officer.
Because the man appeared to be "not all there," according to the police report, and took a long time to answer simple questions, he was placed in a psychiatric hold at Hennepin County Medical Center, Ryan said.
The 27 year old woman was outside the nearby Applebee's restaurant. When questioned by officers, she said she was at Kohl's by herself. Surveillance video, however, showed her inside the store with the other suspects, Ryan noted.
A 27 year old Minneapolis woman and a 44 year old Minneapolis woman were observed placing merchandise inside the bag as well.
boys nearby, resulting in the arrest of 17 year old and 15 year old Brooklyn Park boys, according to Ryan. The third boy, a 17 year old from Brooklyn Park, was not arrested in connection with the incident.
The 24 year old man, arrested April 5, is accused of choking his German Shepherd to death on March 27, according to Bloomington Police Commander Jim Ryan.
A foursome attempting to steal more than $1,000 worth of clothing from the Bloomington Kohl's store was arrested at various points on the Southtown Shopping Center property. April 4. Two males had been observed filling a mesh shopping bag with clothing inside the store and leaving it near an entrance, according to Ryan.
The men had opened packages containing two way radios and concealed them in a bag they left inside the store, according to Ryan. The men left the store, but returned to grab the bag and flee the parking lot in a gold Chevy Silverado, he noted.
The men exited the store, but returned moments later to grab the bag containing $1,243 worth of jeans and athletic apparel, Ryan said.
The woman was arrested during the evening of April 5 after a store security officer observed the woman concealing lipstick valued at $5.50 and leaving the store without paying for it, according to Ryan.
Police responding to the call found Nike Vapormax Air Max 97 two men matching the description of the perpetrators outside a nearby Subway restaurant. Although both denied involvement in the incident, a loss prevention officer from the store verified the duo as the perpetrators, resulting in their arrest, Ryan explained.
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Two men from Hutchinson attempted to steal electronics from Walmart the following day and produced a variety of drug paraphernalia, weapons and shoplifting tools upon their arrest.
A 27 year old Minneapolis woman who went to the Bloomington Walmart store to buy dog food was arrested for shoplifting and possession of methamphetamine.
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