West Metro Police, Fire and Crime Report: Murder Charges, Road Rage and Goldfish Dumping

A weekly wrap up of crime incidents and police and fire related calls in the west metro.

At Patch, we know that many of you work, shop, and visit communities around where you call home.

To keep you up to date with what is happening in cities near your hometown, Patch will be providing regular updates of police, fire and crime related incidents in the west metro.

The following is a collection of articles that appeared on Edina Patch, Hopkins Patch, Golden Valley PatchLake Minnetonka Patch, Maple Grove Patch, Plymouth-MN Patch, Richfield Patch, Shakopee Patch, St. Louis Park Patch and St. Michael Patch for the week of March 18 through March 23.

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Leon Henry Anderson, 23, is charged with the murder of Richard Webb and the attempted murder of Toni Gail Jackson.

Travis Warren Denis, 26, faces charges of felony first-degree assault, and felony false imprisonment. His brother, Andrew Lee Denis, 29, is facing a misdemeanor assault charge.

Wright County Sheriff's Deputies and Rogers Police work to apprehend three suspects who threatened a driver by flashing a gun. The chase extended from St. Paul to St. Michael.

A citizen said he had seen Joshua Rollins inside the restaurant and that Rollins fled when he realized he had been seen. The man then said he chased Rollins, caught him and told him they would wait for police.

Dinicea Berry-Wigfall is charged in two separate complaints with using a stolen credit card at a Minneapolis Target store and possession of cocaine.

Matthew Thomas Rush is charged with a felony after police say they arrested him in Minneapolis, attempting to break into cars.

A weekly selection of incidents drawn from Hopkins police files.

Several thefts were among the incidents appearing on the recent Maple Grove Police Blotter.

There was a slight increase in arrests for the week of March 5 through 12, according to Wright County reports. But fire calls remained low, despite the dry conditions.


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