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Issue#623: October 14, 2015
A Message from Chief Knight
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On Tuesday October 13, 2015, at approximately 6:50 AM, a bicyclist was struck by a car at the intersection of Victoria Drive and Cardinal Street.  The driver that struck the bike did not stop or report the crash.  The vehicle was described as a dark colored, four door, compact vehicle.  It may have front end damage to the bumper, passenger side fender, and hood. The car was last seen going north on Cardinal Street. 

Anyone with information about this crash is asked to contact Detective Jamie Personius at: 952-448-4200 or the CPD tip line at: 952-227-2479.

A reward of $500.00 is offered for information that leads to the charging and conviction of the driver.




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Weekend closure for Highway 41 in Chaska


If you are traveling on Highway 41 in Chaska, you  will encounter a detour beginning at 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 16th.

Highway 41 will be closing between Highway 169 and 1st Street in Chaska as crews mill and resurface the road.


Motorists should follow the signed detour using County Highway 101 and County Road 61 in Chaska or Highway 169 and County Road 69 in Shakopee in order to bypass the closure.

All lanes are scheduled to reopen by 5 a.m. Monday, Oct. 19th.




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In 1984, the National Crime Prevention Council, the nation's focal point for preventing crime, designated October as Crime Prevention Month. The month-long celebration recognizes successful crime prevention efforts on the local, state, and national levels to generate interest and enthusiasm for prevention efforts to continue to grow even stronger and become more widespread.
 
Crime Prevention Month reflects the fact that time, money, and other resources spent on prevention yield tremendous benefits in reducing crime and making communities stronger, safer, and better places to live, work, and play. Crime remains at historic lows in the United States and, although this is something to celebrate, we must not stop working to continue reducing crime in our country.
 
Experience has proven that grassroots, collaborative action works to keep crime down. During Crime Prevention Month, government agencies, civic groups, schools, businesses, and youth organizations across the country will showcase their accomplishments, reach out to empower the public through educational campaigns, and explore new partnerships that build stronger communities where crime cannot survive.


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