Friday, June 20, 2014

ID assist at gas station


We need assistance IDing this male who was at a Chaska gas station on 06-07-14.  He may drive a gray or tan Ford pick up.  Please comment below or contact Det. Nelson at 952-448-4200 if you know who he is.  Thank you.

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

DVD theft

Officers are attempting to identify this man who is suspected in an October theft of DVDs from a Chaska retailer.  Please comment below (no comments will be published) or contact CPD at 952-448-4200 if you have information.

Early morning theft of vodka

We are looking to identify this man dressed in black who entered River City Liquors at 7:40 a.m. on 12-19-13 and stole a bottle of Smirnoff vodka.  He may have been driving a beige or tan Audi or Buick.  Please leave a comment below or contact CPD at 952-448-4200 if you have information about this suspect.
 



Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Target push out

 
Police want to identify this man who rolled out of the Target in Chaska with $600+ worth of merchandise. He fled on foot from security and later abandoned the property.  Leave an anonymous comment or contact Det. Rachel Nelson at 952-448-4200 if have information about this case.

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Theft of Belvedere Vodka

This duo entered the River City Liquor store in Chaska on 10-29-12.  The male is suspected of concealing a bottle of Belvedere vodka underhis shirt as they left.  The male was wearing a knit hat with earflap that are tied up at the top of his head.  The female is wearing a khaki jacket with an emblem on the side of the arm.  Please contact us if you can help identify either of these individuals. 


 



Friday, August 24, 2012

Broken window

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This video shows three men in Riverview Mobile Home Park.  They eventually get into the vehicle seen driving through the shot -- possibly a maroon Dodge Stratus.  One of the men can be seen throwing something.  Later, a resident reports that a window of his vehicle was broken out with a rock.  Can you identify any of these men or their vehicle?  If so, please contact Det. Nelson at 952-448-4200.  Or, leave a comment on this post.  All comments will remain private and you can report anonymously.  Thank you!

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Stolen Parrots

On 8-15-12 two parrots were stolen from a residence in Chaska. Both are green parrots with a blue patch under both wings. One is a male and missing a claw. The other is a female. If you have any information on these parrots please contact Ofc. Rob Moore at 952-448-4200.

Friday, June 29, 2012

Funny Money ID

This man passed a counterfeit bill to the clerk at a convenience store.  He left the store in a black Chevrolet Blazer.  Chaska Police would like to identify and speak with him.  If you have information about the man please leave a comment below, or call Det. Nelson at 952-448-4200.

Monday, January 16, 2012

Theft of Rum -- Solved by YOU!

A blog reader identified this man and sent us an anonymous comment with the suspect's name.  The suspect's identity was confirmed and he will be issued a citation for the crime.  Thank you!!!

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Theft of Leaf Blower

Chaska Police is looking to identify the male wearing the Minnesota Vikings attire. He was described by a witness to be 37-42 years old with a thin build. He is suspected of stealing a Stihl brand leaf blower in September.

Friday, October 28, 2011

Reward Increased to $1,000

The reward for information in the robbery reported at Super America in Chaska on Oct. 22, 2011, is now $1,000 -- thanks to a match by Super America.

See the post below for more information.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Reward Offered for Robbery Case





Chaska Police Department is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying three suspects involved in the armed robbery of a Super America store in Chaska during the early morning hours of 10-22-11. The three male suspects were masked and wearing white surgical gloves. They are pictured here. The suspect in the white sweatshirt is believed to be an African American male.

Chaska Police is offering a $500 reward for information leading to arrest and convictions in this case.

Please contact Det. Nelson at 952-448-4200 if you have any information. You can leave anonymous information by calling our tipline at 952-227-2479 or leaving a comment on this post.





Friday, September 2, 2011

Theft from Walgreens


Officers need assistance in identifying this man in the gray t-shirt. He is suspected of stealing a donation cup from the Chaska Walgreens in July. He was with a second Hispanic male and they were passengers in a black Honda Accord. Please post anonymously if you know who this may be -- or contact Det. Nelson at 952-448-4200.








Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Attempt to purchase alcohol




Chaska Police Department is requesting assistance with identifying a Hispanic male wearing a Vikings Jersey (#84) who used a fictitious MN State ID Card while attempting to purchase alcohol at Super America Gas Station - 1400 Crystal Lane in Chaska. If you recognize this male please contact Chaska Police at 952-448-4200 and request to speak to our Investigation Department reference case number 11006690. As always, you can remain anonymous if you wish to do so.

Thursday, May 12, 2011

Robbery at Kelley's Bar -- Solved!





On Tuesday, May 17, at approximately 8:30 AM Chaska
detectives, with the assistance of the Carver County Sheriff’s
Emergency Response Team (SERT), arrested Roberta Ann
Michel, DOB 05.24.1966, age 44, for the armed robbery of
Kelley’s bar – 501 Chestnut Street, Chaska - on Wednesday,
May 11.



The arrest took place at Michel’s residence – 116 South
Street West, Norwood Young America (Carver County, MN.)
Physical evidence and tips from the public assisted a team
led by Detective Rachel Nelson in identifying Michel, as the
suspect.



Numerous pieces of evidence, including the gun used in the
robbery, were taken into custody, at the time of Michel’s
arrest. Michel is being held in the Carver County Jail.

Friday, February 18, 2011

Chaska Qdoba Burglary Information


On January 16, 2011, the Quoba in Chaska was burglarized at about 4 a.m. by two suspects. One man wore a unique navy blue hat with unknown white writing on it and a blue jacket or hooded sweatshirt. He was of medium build and carried a Dallas Cowboys duffel bag. The other man wore a white hooded jacket.

Contact Det. Gibbons at Chaska Police Department (952-448-4200) if you have any information. Or, leave an anonymous comment on this post.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Theft in Excelsior





On 12-24-2010, the owner of the Excelsior BP gas station exited the store to begin snow plowing, leaving just another clerk inside. A short while later, a dark colored mini-van parked on the street, and a lone occupant exited. He walked straight into the store, and walked directly towards the back offices/restroom area. Approximately 2 minutes later, he exited the store through the "Enter Only" door, and immediately walked to his van and left. The owner returned to his business office after plowing and found that a large amount of cash had been taken from his desk in the office. Anyone who recognizes the suspect, or has information, is encouraged to contact Detective Mike O'Keefe with the South Lake Minnetonka Police Department at 952-474-3261.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Anonymous and Other Information

Though this site was originally created for the police department to post surveillance images that need to be identified, WE and YOU have found even more uses.

Some of our visitors have successfully used the "comments" feature as a way to share tip information with us. Thank you! We do receive your information and investigate it. Please continue to use the feature -- it doesn't matter which post you comment on. All comments are reviewed by a Chaska Police Department detective and NONE are ever published on this site. All blog comments are truly anonymous. We have no way of tracking any information that comes through a comment made on this site.

Additionally, you'll see that we've added a post to supplement our weekly 411 newsletter. Please check back often to view more Chaska Police Department content.

K2 Information and Photos



This article was highlighted in the Chaska PD 411 newsletter and reproduced here so photographs could be viewed.
A new abused substance called “K2” or “spice” has received much media attention in the metro area and has been identified in Chaska and the surrounding area. K2 is a dried herbal blend coated with a synthetic cannabinoid chemical that causes intoxicating effects similar to marijuana. K2 looks and works a lot like marijuana; however it has many more dangerous side effects. The substance is marketed as incense to mask its intended purpose; it is being misused and smoked to obtain a high.
K2 is legal in Minnesota and teens are able to purchase this drug at tobacco shops. There currently is no regulation on the substance. Because it is not yet legally controlled, that does not mean that use of it is safe. It is impossible to determine what chemicals are on the material and therefore any ingestion would be dangerous. In news reports, these side effects have ranged in severity and some have resulted in hospitalization. Some reported common side effects include: heart palpations and malfunctions, vomiting, panic attacks, agitation, dangerous or violent behavior, paranoia, hallucinations, psychotic episodes, and loss of consciousness.
Chaska officers have heard from area teens that the chemical is being used here. There was one
incident where an officer found marijuana that he suspects was mixed with K2. We ask parents to be aware of the substance and its dangers. Officers can assist with helping identify the substance as well.
We have provided pictures of a package of K2, please be aware there are many different packaging variations of this drug.

Friday, April 2, 2010

Chanhassen ATM subject





The Carver County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's assistance in identifying this male subject. The photograph is from a 2007 theft case from the Byerly's in Chanhassen. If you have any information, please contact Det. Rian Thiele at 952-361-1231 or 952-451-2654.