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Hopkins Police Not Clowning Around With Facebook ThreatsPolice in Hopkins say a 15-year-old girl made a creepy clown Facebook page that had threats to kill people in Hopkins and other cities.
Police Release Photo Of Credit Card Fraud SuspectHopkins police are hoping the public will recognize a credit card fraud suspect.
Police: No Injuries In Hopkins Train Vs. Car CrashTwo drivers were unscathed after an accident involving a train in Hopkins Tuesday afternoon. Hopkins police say that accident happened at about 2:30 p.m. at the intersection of Excelsior Boulevard and Jackson Avenue.
Hopkins Council Approves Ban On Airsoft GunsThe city of Hopkins is one step closer to restricting a popular toy gun for kids, due to the threat some say they pose to police officers. The Hopkins City Council voted unanimously to approve an ordinance that would ban Airsoft guns from public places.
Airsoft Guns Becoming A Safety Risk For PoliceAirsoft guns are becoming a popular toy for kids, but they are also posing a potential risk for police officers.
Police Looking For Suspect In Hopkins RobberyThe Hopkins Police Department is looking for the public’s help in identifying a suspect who was involved in the armed robbery of a Walgreen’s on Sunday.
Police Search For Missing Vulnerable TeenHopkins Police are searching for a missing 14-year-old who is described as "vulnerable."

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