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Pot in Car, Drunk Driving: Golden Valley Arrest Report

A look at recent arrests made by the Golden Valley Police Department.

At about 1 p.m. on Jan. 10, Golden Valley police arrested a 23-year-old Minneapolis man near Golden Valley Road and Noble Drive on six different charges. According to a recent Golden Valley Police Department arrest report, the man’s windshield was cracked, he had “unsafe tires” and expired tabs. As it turns out, the man was driving after suspension and had marijuana in his car.

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Other arrests made between Jan. 7 and Jan. 12 include:

Jan. 7

  • Minneapolis man arrested for driving after suspension.

Jan. 8

  • Minnetonka man arrested for driving after revocation.
  • Juvenile arrested on fifth-degree assault charges and obstructing the legal process.
  • Minneapolis man arrested for driving after revocation and seat belt violations.

Jan. 9

  • Plymouth man arrested for no proof of insurance and driving after suspension.
  • Brooklyn Park woman arrested for driving after revocation.
  • Crystal man arrested on a warrant, and for no proof of insurance and driving after suspension.
  • Minnetonka woman arrested for driving after suspension and expired tabs.
  • St. Louis Park woman arrested for driving after suspension and without insurance.
  • Plymouth woman arrested for driving after suspension and failure to change her name on her license.

Jan. 10

  • Golden Valley man arrested for failure to change his name on his license and driving after suspension.
  • Golden Valley man arrested for shoplifting.

Jan. 11

  • Golden Valley man arrested on a warrant for for domestic assault and interference with a 911 call.
  • Eden Prairie man arrested for driving after suspension.
  • Cokato man arrested on fourth-degree DWI charges.

Jan. 12

  • New Brighton woman arrested for improper lane use, driving without headlights and fourth-degree DWI charges.

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