Note: This is a sample of recent incidents involving the Woodbury police. All subjects are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

* On April 7, police responded to a report of a man who was "pretty sure" he saw a female from Maplewood snorting cocaine at a business in the 1500 block of Woodlane Drive. Officers were unable to locate the suspect at the business or by phone, although her name appears in the incident report. With a black marker, police redacted her disconnected phone number and date of birth from the report.

* Five hundred lockers were sniffed by police K-9 Nova on April 9, during a scheduled lockdown at Woodbury High School. School staff requested the sniff. Nova indicated controlled substances were in two different lockers, and school staff directed the school resource officer to search them. A small amount of marijuana was found in one locker, and pseudoephedrine was located in the other.

* A Minneapolis woman was caught shoplifting $220 of merchandise at Victoria's Secret, charged with theft and trespassed from Woodbury Lakes. She known to be a habitual shoplifter, according to police, with an extensive history of arrests and convictions for thefts. She was booked into jail April 9.

* Feuding students at East Ridge High School met for a resolution April 9, after they each made defamatory remarks about each other. A parent called the police about cyberbullying when a picture of her juvenile daughter appeared on Twitter. The situation didn't escalate to a criminal investigation.

* Minnesota State Patrol officers handled a vehicle rollover on April 10 near the intersection of Interstate 94 and Highway 120. 

* On April 10, firefighters responded to smoke coming from a vent in the roof of a home in the 2500 block of Liberty Trail. The call was canceled upon determination that there was no fire.

* On April 10, an unknown vehicle drove through the crossing flags at Valley Crossing Elementary School, 9900 Park Crossing. License plate information didn't match the vehicle description, however. Police redacted the complainant's last name and work phone number from the incident report.

* Police were called to a residence along Knollwood Drive (the address was redacted) for a fifth-dgree assault. Three boys were talking to some girls in a cul-de-sac on April 10, when another boy came up and punched one of the boys in the stomach, apparently for talking to the girls. The victim said he didn't know the suspect.

* A motorcycle led the Minnesota State Patrol on a high-speed chase on southbound Interstate 494 on April 11. The trooper was the only vehicle in pursuit. A Woodbury police officer, at Lake Road and I-494, followed at a distance, as the vehicles were traveling at high speeds. They were soon out of sight. No assistance was needed from the police.

* Police were called to a loud party at Red Roof Inn on April 11. Two citations were issued for minor consumption, and their parents were contacted. All parties had been drinking and only two of them were older than age 21. Two of the three females were noted in the police report as juveniles who attend New Richmond, Wis., and Stillwater high schools. One suspect from South St. Paul was cited for furnishing alcohol to minors, but police redacted his name from the incident report. Only one name -- of one of the two room renters -- was mentioned, and no ages were provided in the report.

* On April 11, a trustee board member at St. John Lutheran Church in Woodbury flagged down a police officer on routine patrol to request extra patrol at all hours at the church cemetery. 

* A complainant who preferred to remain anonymous asked for extra police patrol after multiple vehicles were parked on a Woodbury street and a party bus picked up several juveniles. The group of students returned to the house after prom at 11:30 p.m. April 11. Police drove by the residence. No alcohol was observed by the complainant, and no adult chaperones were observed by police. No police contact occurred. Police redacted, in black ink, the address listed in the incident report.

* Every night between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m., a gray Mitsubishi Eclipse drives through the neighborhood near Meadow Lane. It has a loud muffler, and at 2:27 a.m. April 12 a complainant told police he thinks it belongs to a neighbor. Police checked the area but didn't find the vehicle.

* On routine patrol at 4:47 a.m. April 12, an officer observed a car in the northwest corner of the Sheraton St. Paul Woodbury Hotel parking lot, with no other cars nearby. The windows were fogged. The two Woodbury High School seniors in the car said that after prom their plans had changed and they did not want to go home late at night. Their parents were contacted and advised of the situation. The juveniles were released to return to their respective residences.

* At 5:10 a.m. April 12, a landscaping crew at New Life Academy loudly cleaned up sand in a parking lot, resulting in a noise ordinance complaint. The supervisor had the crew leave and come back during the day.

* The driver of a car involved in a rollover on Interstate 494, south of Lake Road, appeared "shaken up," according to a complainant to police April 12. The phone call was transferred by Woodbury Public Safety to Minnesota State Patrol.

* Apparent drug activity was recorded by a man eating lunch in the parking lot of a business in the 8300 block of Tamarack Village. Two men in a beat-up painters van entered another man's new white Lincoln, returning with a white package and heading toward Interstate 94. Although no license plate information was initially obtained, the complainant offered to download his April 13 dashboard-camera video and provide it to police.