his wallet from his pocket during the attack. The trio took cash from his wallet before throwing it on the ground, Poyer added.
Officers responding to the call didn't find anyone at the car wash, but they found two males loitering outside a nearby business. When questioned why they were there, the duo claimed they were waiting for a friend to pick them up, according to Poyer.
Both suspects were arrested for possession of burglary tools, possessing stolen property, theft and criminal damage to property. The damage to the vending machine was estimated at more than $1,000, Poyer noted.
The suspect told officers she was upset because she had been staying with the man at his house, but he told Nike Zoom Run The One Tb
Although the duo denied being at the car wash, a search of the Minneapolis man's pockets turned up a large amount of change as well as a metal box that appeared to be from a vending machine. He also had a knife and lock in his pocket, Poyer noted.
A 19 year old Bloomington woman told police that she had been sitting on a bench outside of the mall, crying, because she didn't have a ride home. The suspect approached her and sat down next to her, but she didn't want to talk to him and told him to go away, according to Poyer.
A duo that claimed to be waiting for a ride early on a Wednesday morning was arrested on suspicion of theft and criminal damage to property.
The damage was estimated at $1,600.
While returning to his apartment on the morning of Sept. 25 to retrieve the phone, the man was robbed outside his apartment building, he told police. and returned home 30 minutes later to retrieve his forgotten cell phone. As he was walking to his building he passed three young men. One of the men asked him "What's up" as the victim passed them. He ignored the trio and continued walking, but was pushed from behind by one of the men, falling face forward, Poyer said.
Officers found the suspect near the mall's transit station and questioned him about the incident. The man, who smelled of alcohol, said he had talked to the woman, but didn't touch her.
A 34 year old Richfield woman was arrested for Nike Kyrie One Bhm first degree criminal damage to property after she was reported to be throwing rocks at the windows of a house. The suspect was arrested during the afternoon of Sept. 23 after a 59 year old man called police and reported that the woman was throwing rocks at his home on the 8600 block of Oakland Avenue, Poyer said.
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Upon confirming the identity of the men by their driver's licenses it was determined that the 32 year old Minneapolis man had two outstanding warrants a felony warrant from Scott County for fifth degree drug possession and a misdemeanor warrant from Hennepin County for theft resulting in his arrest.
her she had to leave. The homeowner told police that he had asked her to leave because he had loaned her money, but she hadn't repaid it.
The man told police he didn't report the incident immediately because he had to get back to work, Poyer noted.
A forgotten cell phone was more problematic for a 34 year old Bloomington man than he initially thought.
The 32 year old Savage man with him had cash in his possession, a cutting tool and a pair of gloves, Poyer said.
Video surveillance verified that two women loaded the cart the man attempted to steal, but police were unable to locate them outside the store, Poyer noted.
An inspection of the car wash found that a vending machine had been pried open, and the lock in the suspect's pocket matched the locks on other vending machines at the car wash, Poyer explained.
The suspect, who characterized himself as a dumb criminal, told police he was approached by two women in the parking lot. The women claimed that one of their children was having an asthma attack, and asked the suspect to retrieve a cart of merchandise they had loaded and left inside the story. The suspect said that he consented when they offered him $50, Poyer explained.
A 28 year old Waseca man was dumbstruck when trying to explain why he attempted to steal nearly $1,200 in merchandise from the Bloomington Kohl's store.
After the woman declined to go to a nearby hotel with the man, he started to climb on top of her, aggressively touching her and grabbing her face, telling her not to say anything. When a man started to approach them, the suspect stood up and walked away. The victim told a woman nearby about the incident, resulting in the police report, Poyer explained.
Forgetfulness results in Bloomington man's robbery
Police were called to a car wash on 9000 Grand Ave. S. Sept. 25 following a report that a male was hiding inside the self service car wash, Poyer said.
The victim told police that he was able to get up, but the trio attacked him, punching him several times and taking Nike Lebron Soldier 9 Black And Red
window, Poyer noted.
The victim provided a minimal description of the trio. The perpetrators were black males, approximately 16 20 years old and wearing baggy pants and bright colored shirts, according to the description.
A 24 year old Lakeville man was arrested on suspicion of fourth degree criminal sexual conduct after an altercation with a woman outside Mall of America Sept 22.
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