Mendota Heights Crime
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Thursday Apr 30 | via Star Tribune
Mendota Heights police officer Scott Patrick was at his happiest patrolling in his cruiser along Dodd Boulevard, his widow says. But dread emerged whenever he entered the police department building. Comment?
Thursday Apr 30 | via TwinCities
At the time of Scott Patrick's murder, the Mendota Heights police officer was in the midst of a lawsuit in which he accused the city's police chief and others of harassment and workplace retaliation. Patrick alleged violations of the Minnesota Whistleblower Act and Peace Officer Discipline Procedures Act in the civil lawsuit filed against the city and Police Chief Mike Aschenbrener in Dakota County District Court on Feb. 28, 2014, just over five months before Patrick was fatally shot during a traffic stop. Comment?
Monday Apr 6 | via Roseville Review
After spotting a dumpster set ablaze, a resident called police March 17 at 11:25 p.m. from the 1400 block of Sibley Memorial Highway. Police and fire rescue responded to the scene, finding the suspect watching the flaming trash. Comment?
Sunday Apr 5 | via Star Tribune
From a comedy benefit to a basketball tournament, multiple efforts are underway in the south metro to memorialize slain Mendota Heights police Officer Scott Patrick and raise money for his family. Patrick, the most tenured member of the Mendota Heights police force, died July 30, 2014, when Brian Fitch Sr. shot him during a routine traffic stop on Dodd Road. Comment?
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