Police

Theft 

$45 of gas was stolen from a vehicle on the 900 block of Park Street West on June 13. 

A purse and laptop bag were stolen from a vehicle on the 900 block of 4th Street South on June 15. 

A 2015 gray Honda Civic, checks, batteries and tools were stolen from a business on the 6300 block of 320th Street on June 16. 

A U-Haul stolen from St. Paul was recovered on the 31000 block of 64th Avenue Path on June 16. 

A concession stand on the 1000 block of Cannon River Avenue was burglarized on June 19. The door was kicked in and pop was stolen. 

Clothes and a figurine were stolen from a residence on the 200 block of Hoffman Street West on June 19. The items were returned. 

Vehicle accident 

Cannon Falls police received a report of an accident on June 16. The accident was at Highway 20 and County Road 29. A 2017 Chevrolet driven by Gary Diamond, 57 of Cottage Grove, collided with a 2013 Chevrolet driven by Erica Regenscheid, 32 of Cannon Falls. 

Cannon Falls police received a report of an accident on June 17. The accident was at Dow Street and Minnesota Street West. A 2016 Nissan driven by Carmen Douglas, 67 of Cannon Falls, collided with a parked 2006 Mercury owned by Holly Metty, 32 of Cannon Falls. 

Citations 

June 13

Andrew Walrod, 33, Cannon Falls, expired registration. 

June 14

Johnathan Ritt, 26, Hastings, expired registration. 

Elijah Smalley, 19 Cannon Falls, expired registration. 

June 15

David Johnson, 50, Lakeville, speeding: 44 in 30. 

Tzvi Rubashkin, 57, Postville, Iowa, speeding: 50 in 30. 

June 16

Audrey Kelley, 19, Cannon Falls, driving after license suspension, driving without insurance. 

Donald Ryland, 76, Cannon Falls, expired registration. 

June 17

Alec Winter, 35, Cannon Falls, dog at large. 

June 18

Vladislav Freidis, 20, Shakopee, stop sign violation. 

Krystal Larson, 39, Cannon Falls, driving after license revocation.

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