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Cannon Falls police

September 13

Paul Siemieniewski, 34, Cannon Falls, was arrested on a Goodhue County warrant.

September 14

A report of a theft of money in the 31000 block of 64th Avenue.

A report of a motor vehicle accident in the 100 block of 911 Street South. A 2014 Chevrolet driven by Noah Kelley, 18, of Rochester collided with a parked 2006 Ford owned by Diane Petersen, 72, of Cannon Falls.

Raul Hernandez-Bueno, 26, White Bear Lake, was cited for speeding (45/30).

Hayes Malloy, 30, Cannon Falls, was cited for disorderly conduct.

September 15

Randy Finley, 61, St. Paul, was arrested on a Ramsey County felony warrant.

Robert Glasby, 70, Cannon Falls, was cited for excessive house noise.

September 16

A report of damage to a window in the 100 block of Village Avenue East.

Kathryn Mullen, 32, Cannon Falls, was cited for no driver’s license in possession.

September 17

A report of a motor vehicle accident in the area of Minnesota Street East and Almond Street North. A 2007 Sterling driven by Jason Williams, 44, of Cottage Grove collided with a power pole and powerlines.

A report of a motor vehicle accident in the 100 block of Main Street East. A 2002 Ford driven by Cathy Callister, 65, of Cannon Falls collided with a pedestrian.

Jason Worsley, 38, Caledonia, was arrested on a Houston County felony warrant.

September 18

John Hudson, 45, Cannon Falls, was arrested for 2nd Degree DUI; .08 or more within two hours; and alcohol restriction violation.

Richard Medley, 29, Cannon Falls, was cited for driving after suspension.

September 19

A report of a wallet that was stolen from a vehicle in the 100 block of Village Avenue East.

Calls: business checks-70, business alarm-6, school activity-6, misc animal complaints-6, misc civil matters-6, fraud-1, warrant arrest-3, driving complaint-3, medical assists-5, 911 calls-1, social service intake-1, theft-2, welfare check-3, traffic stop-15, suspicious person/activity-7, found property-1, lockout-3, property damage motor vehicle-2, mental illness-1, family complaints-1, disturbance-1, ordinance-other, MN adult abuse-3, noise complaint-1, gas leak-1, ambulance calls-1, harassment-2, criminal damage to-1, debris in road/traffic hazard-2, internet/internet crime-1, threats-2, personal injury motor vehicle accident-1, sudden death/bodies-1, fire call-1, parking violation-1, mischief-1, DWI vehicle-1, misc public/information-1, deer hit by vehicle-1, remove unwanted person-1, public assist/motorist-1, Viol OFP/RO/DANCO-1, abuse-1, neglect child/adult-1, assist other authorities-2, downtown foot beat-1. Total calls: 175

Goodhue County Sheriff's Office

September 14

Asplundh Tree Service reported that a  catalytic converter was taken off of one of their vehicles, along with a rear passenger window being broken. Theft/damage occurred overnight while the vehicle was parked on property at 23932 Highway 58, Red Wing/Hay Creek Township (value: $1,500). No damage loss given for the window.

September 18

Andy Harmer, Red Wing, reported theft of 2 trail cameras.

September 19

Marlene Taube, Dennison, reported stolen gas and gas cans, attempted to take the catalytic converter from the truck as well.

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