Shakopee police squad car

The Shakopee Police Department responded to the following calls:

June 11

ROBBERY: A 17-year-old male from Shakopee was arrested in connection with simple robbery at Green Meadows Park at 4:55 p.m. Two juvenile females were involved in the incident — one of whom was robbed. No other information was released.

June 20

DRUGS: A 56-year-old Shakopee man was arrested in connection with drug possession when officers found trace amounts of meth in his vehicle in the 3900 block of 12th Avenue.

June 21

ASSAULT: A 50-year-old man from Shakopee was arrested in connection with domestic assault by strangulation around 5:30 p.m. at the metro transit station on Weston Court in Shakopee.

June 22

DRUGS: A 35-year-old woman from St. Paul was arrested in connection with drug possession when police found two plastic bags containing 73 grams and .54 grams of meth in her vehicle, along with two pipes, at County Road 83 and Valleyview Road.

July 1

DRUGS: A 32-year-old Burnsville woman, was arrested in connection with drug possession after police found trace amounts of methamphetamine residue in her vehicle in the 3900 block of Eagle Creek Boulevard.

July 4

SQUAD CAR HIT: An unoccupied Shakopee Police squad car was struck outside Canterbury Park on the corner of Canterbury Road and Barenscheer Boulevard when a car veered into the wrong lane after the Fourth of July fireworks show at 10:50 p.m. The squad car was totaled. No further information could be provided, since the case is under investigation, according to the Scott County investigative office.

July 5

TERRORISTIC THREATS: A 50-year-old man from Shakopee was arrested in connection with terrorist threats and domestic assault when he threatened his female roommate with a police baton at their residence in the 1500 block of Hummingbird Street. The incident was reported at 5:27 p.m.

Maddie DeBilzan graduated with a journalism degree from Bethel University. She’s interned at Salon Media and the St. Paul Pioneer Press. Outside of work, she sifts through Goodwill clothing racks, listens to Ben Rector's music and goes on long runs.

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