A rash of robberies and assaults on the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus has students calling for more police on the beat. As a result, Minneapolis Police are ramping up its efforts to keep students on and near campus safe.
The Washington County Attorney’s Office announced that a 16-year-old boy, who was certified as an adult in court, has pleaded guilty in connection to a crime spree in Cottage Grove.
Police are warning north Minneapolis residents to take precautions after a spike in robberies – 75 percent of them armed – in the precinct.
Police say last Friday at 34th Street West and Harriet Avenue South, a woman getting out of her car was stopped by a man who held her up and took her phone.
In a letter to students and faculty, President Eric Kaler said Tuesday the school will increase patrols on and near campus, add security cameras in high traffic and public areas and enhance building security.
Authorities said they’re investigating at least three more robberies involving University of Minnesota students in the overnight hours of last Thursday night and Friday morning. Police said U of M students were victims in three separate incidents.
Police are investigating after a suspected six-time robber got away again Wednesday morning in Maple Grove — and they’re asking for the public’s help to find him.
The University of Minnesota has issued a crime alert after a string of assaults and robberies either on or very close to campus.
Police have arrested a man in connection with five robberies of cab drivers over a two-day period. Authorities say Tonio James Weaver was arrested at a residence on the 5100 block of Knox Avenue North Wednesday morning.
Minneapolis Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a man who is accused of assaulting and robbing five cab drivers at knifepoint in the past two days.
Police in St. Paul are trying to find the man who forced grocery shoppers to drive him to cash machines. The victims were forced into their vehicles at gunpoint at the Kowalski’s Market on Grand Avenue, with the most recent robbery on Saturday night. Kowalski’s shopper Carl Dehnert says these crimes or unsettling, considering that it’s located in one of those neighborhoods where everyone knows your name.
The Burnsville Police Department is asking for the public’s help to find a man suspected in at least three robberies of businesses in the city.
Police are warning residents and students to be vigilant of their surrounding after multiple related robberies – at least one armed – occurred in St. Cloud Tuesday night.
A series of brazen robberies by suspects you might not expect has caused police to issue a crime alert on the University of Minnesota campus.
The University of Minnesota is reminding students and pedestrians to take precautions while walking late at night after three people – two of them students – were robbed over the weekend.