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Officers found a loaded handgun on the man. He didn't have a permit to carry the gun, and was later determined to be a convicted felon, Hart said.
The 39 year old man denied discussing a babysitter and said he had taken no responsibility for the care of the children, the complaint noted.
The 18 year old woman told police that they didn't return to Iowa due to car troubles. When asked about going to a strip club and casino with the 39 year old man, the woman said that she thought he had arranged for a babysitter while they were gone, but noted she never saw a babysitter before they left. Knowing the children were most likely alone in the hotel room, the woman told police she "didn't care," according to the complaint.
A trip to a strip club and casino resulted in arrests of an Iowa man and woman because they left two young children unattended at a Bloomington hotel.
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Hotel employees told police the suspects had left the hotel by cab earlier in the evening. One employee remembered the suspects discussing a strip club in Minneapolis, the complaint noted.
The 6 year old girl told officers that she had been with her aunt and uncle for days and didn't know when they were coming back. She told hotel employees that they were staying in room 1024, which was registered to the 39 year old man. Officers searching the room found open bottles of alcohol that were within the reach of the children, as well as broken bottles that were also within their reach. Officers also found dirty diapers on the hotel room floor, according to the complaint filed in Hennepin County District Court.
A white male wearing a black facemask and a purple stocking cap robbed a Bloomington Super America gas station March 5.
He was charged with one felony count of fifth degree possession of a controlled substance. If convicted he faces up to five years in prison and a fine of $3,000 to $10,000.
A 31 year old Bloomington man drew unwanted attention to himself after he fell asleep while stopped in the drive thru lane of a Bloomington fast food restaurant. He was arrested March 2 on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance and being a felon in possession of a gun.
The perpetrator entered the store with a knife and demanded cash from the cashier. The employee complied and the man left on foot, Hart said.
The children were taken into custody by officers and transported to the care of Hennepin County Child Protection Services, according to Bloomington Deputy Chief Rick Hart.
During the arrest, officers found suspected methamphetamine in the man's pants pocket, which tested positive, the complaint said.
girl out of the pool. A 38 year old Brooklyn Park woman was nearby and administered CPR until paramedics arrived, Hart explained.
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Officers questioned the man and identified the registered owner of the vehicle, who they were able to contact by phone. The owner said that he had not given anyone permission to sell the vehicle as scrap metal, Hart explained.
A 39 year old Tama, Iowa, man and an 18 year old Montour, Iowa, woman were arrested March 1 at Marriott hotel, 2020 E. American Blvd., hours after two girls, ages 6 and 1, were found wandering unattended through the hotel.
A search of his impounded vehicle found suspected marijuana and methamphetamine, Hart noted.
The 18 year old woman told police that she had taken her sister's children with her and the 39 year old man on Feb. 22 for a weekend trip to Mall of America. The suspects did not return the children to their mother on Feb. 24, telling their mother that they were remaining in Minnesota due to the weather, according to the complaint.
The suspect told the tow truck driver that he wanted the vehicle towed for its scrap metal value but he didn't have a title for the vehicle, which aroused the driver's suspicion.
A 52 year old Burnsville man was arrested after he attempted to have a car towed from a Bloomington parking lot.
The man was described as approximately 6 feet 2 inches with a medium build. He was wearing a black jacket with a hood and gloves.
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had not heard from her sister following the discussion about the weather.
A 3 year old Minneapolis girl was revived after being pulled from a hotel pool March 1 at the Best Western, 1901 Killebrew Drive. She had wandered toward and entered the main pool, unbeknownst to her grandmother, according to Hart. A 46 year old man who saw the child underwater pulled the Black And Red Womens Nike Running Shoes
Upon his arrest, the suspect was found to be in possession of marijuana, Hart noted.
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