The Coon Rapids man accused of videotaping young boys while changing clothes at Twin Cities YMCAs was arrested by University of Minnesota police on Thursday for allegedly videotaping boys urinating at Mariucci Arena, too, authorities say.
A 53-year-old Coon Rapids is accused of taking pictures of young boys while they were changing at area YMCAs in the north Twin Cities metro, according to police.
Some people up in Coon Rapids are dealing with a second round of sewage in their basements after another water main break Tuesday morning.
A 39-year-old man has been sentenced for stealing over $65,000 from an 82-year-old vulnerable adult, the Anoka County Attorney’s Office announced Monday.
City crews in Coon Rapids were left with plenty of clean-up to do Tuesday night after a water main break, officials said.
A community service officer is out of the hospital and recovering Wednesday morning after she was hit by an SUV last weekend while assisting a stalled vehicle.
It was something a Twin Cities couple never expected to find in their new home: thousands of dollars worth of meth.
The Coon Rapids Crime Prevention Association is offering a $500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of a driver who was involved in a hit and run that injured a police officer.
One person was killed in a wrong-way head-on collision in the north metro late Thursday evening. The crash involved two trucks traveling on Highway 10.
A 38-year-old Wisconsin man has been accused of threatening to shoot up a Coon Rapids, Minn. hospital earlier this month, according to charges filed.
Authorities say the possible suspect in a Coon Rapids jewelry store strong-arm robbery was seen a day earlier in Anoka.
The Anoka County Sheriff’s Department is hoping surveillance video of a strong arm robbery of a jewelry store in Coon Rapids will lead to the identity and arrest of the suspect.
Officials announced Tuesday that Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids was the location for the first 2013 baby birth in the Twin Cities metro.
WCCO first met the Coon Rapids Gospel Choir back in October. They were rehearsing for an appearance that never happened.
It’s among the first high schools of its kind entirely dedicated to helping students battling drug and alcohol addiction to get their diplomas and stay straight. But financial difficulties are threatening to close the doors to Sobriety High.