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Issue#600 May 27, 2015
Captain Rob Stock
25 Years of Service – Thank you… !
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On Friday, May 29, 2015, Captain Rob Stock, after serving the Chaska Community for 25 years, will retire.  Rob served with great professionalism and the highest level of honor throughout his career.

A native of Cannon Falls (MN) Captain Stock began his law enforcement career as an officer with the City of Garden City, Kansas in 1988.  Fortunately for us he joined CPD in 1990.

Rob held the following positions and assignments:
  • Patrol Officer
  • Investigator
  • Police Firearms Instructor
  • Police Trainer
  • Field Training Officer
  • CPD representative on the Carver County Sheriff’s SWAT/CERT Unit
  • CPD representative on the Metro Region Peer Counseling/Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Team
  • CPD Representative on the Carver County Justice Advisory Team.
Rob ascended through the following ranks, serving as a role model and, setting high standards:
  • Police Officer
  • Patrol Sergeant
  • Detective Sergeant
  • Lieutenant
  • Captain
  • Acting Chief of Police (during Chief Knight’s extensive 2014/2015 medical leave)
Rob excelled as a member of the Senior Command Staff helping to lead and guide the police department along day-to-day operations.  He was also an integral part of maintaining CPD Professional Standards, as we addressed varied complex internal department and external community needs.  Captain Stock has received numerous letters of recognition and commendation through the course of his career.     
 
Captain Stock our very best to you, as you move forward.  We sincerely wish you and your family “Godspeed… !”      
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Chaska Officers issued 67 citations and 49 warnings during this reporting period.
There were 198 calls for service.

Disturbances:


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Police received a call to a neighborhood in reference to an extremely confrontational solicitor, who verbally abused residents when they refused to give him money.  Police arrived and located the male, who was from out of state. The male refused to identify himself and then resisted arrest.  He was taken into custody and charged with disorderly conduct and obstructing the legal process.

A vehicle and bicycle collided in the area of Hwy 41 and Engler Blvd.   The bicyclist suffered minor injuries and was transported to a hospital.

Officers received a driving complaint on a vehicle in the area of County Road 10 and Hwy 212.  The vehicle was located a short time later and stopped.  The male driver was in possession of heroin and a drug pipe.  He was arrested and charged with felony possession of a 5th degree controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.


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