Issue#616: September 2, 2015
A Message from Chief Knight

Hiring … !
Part-Time Community Service Officer
We have a part-time employment opportunity for persons 18 years-of-age, or older, to join the Chaska Police Department as a Community Service Officer (CSO.)
The CSO position is a uniformed civilian function providing valuable service to the police department and community.  The hourly pay is $15.50 per hour and entails a 29 hour work week.  The CSO will work a Monday through Friday schedule.  We will strive to blend the shift hours to meet the applicant’s needs and ours.
If you are interested, please stop by the police department office for a detailed job description and City of Chaska job application.   

Chaska Officers issued 17 citations and 25 warnings during this reporting period.
There were 175 calls for service.
A female driver was stopped after police received complaints on her driving conduct in the area of Hwy 41 and Hundertmark Road.  The female was intoxicated and failed field sobriety evaluations.  She was arrested and charged with DWI.  A breath test indicated a .24 BAC.

Police were called to a convenience store for a possible drunk driver.  Officers arrived and located the vehicle and male driver.  The male was intoxicated and was placed under arrest for DWI.

Officer Carlson stopped a vehicle for failing to signal turns on Engler Blvd.  The male driver was intoxicated and was arrested for DWI. 

Two females became involved in a confrontation in a parking lot.  One female assaulted the other and was charged with 5th degree assault and disorderly conduct.

A male assaulted his girlfriend during a confrontation in a vehicle.  The male was charged with domestic assault.


Nicotine Fit (literally)…
At approximately 3:00 AM one morning, an intoxicated male and female entered a grocery store through an unlocked door in order to buy cigarettes.  They became upset with employees when informed they could not purchase the cigarettes, as the store was not open for business.  Store employees called the police and the intoxicated couple fled on foot prior to police arrival.  Hopefully they came back to the store the next day for some Nicorette Gum.

Wedding Memories….
Police were called to a wedding reception for a fight between two males.  Upon arriving, police learned the groom and one of his “friends” became involved in a physical confrontation.  Alcohol was a factor as both males were intoxicated.  The two males were cited for disorderly conduct.


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