Chaska Police Department officers responded to the following calls. This is not a complete list of incidents.
Chaska police found a loaded handgun in a snowbank on Christmas Eve after arresting a 40-year-old South St. Paul man who had allegedly been stealing mail in a residential area.
A New Germany man has been charged with two counts of criminal vehicular homicide and failure to abide by a traffic control device in a summer crash that killed a Chaska motorcyclist.
Chaska is outgrowing its police station, fire station, city hall and Municipal Services Building (MSB) — all of which are around 30 years old and have had little-to-no renovations.
Seven and half years ago, 90-year-old Earl Olander — beloved brother, uncle, neighbor, friend and community member — was murdered on his farm in Carver County.
The Chaska Fire Department held its annual open house Monday, Sept. 12, from 5-8 p.m. for the first time since 2019. Between the bouncy houses, fire safety learning opportunities, fire truck rides and free hot dogs, popcorn and Qudoba, there was something for every age.
The Carver County Sheriff’s Office and Chaska Police Department are participating with law enforcement agencies statewide in a DWI awareness campaign from Aug. 19 through Sept. 5. With this campaign, law enforcement will be extra vigilant in patrolling Carver County roads for drivers impaire…
The Chaska Police and Fire Departments responded to a fatal motor vehicle accident involving a semi-truck and 52-year-old motorcyclist Mark R. Hagen on Engler Boulevard at the Clover Ridge Drive intersection at approximately 8:54 a.m. on Thursday, July 14.
Residents and businesses of Chaska that currently have, or may be interested in getting, a security camera for their property can now register it with the new Chaska Police Department S.M.I.L.E. program, which stands for Surveillance Monitoring Initiative for Law Enforcement.
Stephen Kraus took over the role of Chaska fire chief on June 1. Kraus, a Chaska native, has worked as a firefighter for the past 15 years and served as an assistant chief for the past 11.
A former Renaissance Festival manager was found not guilty on two counts of first-degree sexual assault charges in Scott County District Court Tuesday afternoon, according to Scott County Attorney Ron Hocevar.
A Carver County man has been sentenced to 40 years in prison, followed by 25 years of supervised release, for engaging in a child pornography and extortion scheme, the United States Attorney’s Office announced.