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

* At 8:02 p.m. April 28, police responded for but were unable to locate a suspicious vehicle in a daycare parking lot in the 6200 block of Upper Afton Road. 

* At a park in the 2600 block of Ojibway Drive, several juveniles were reportedly smoking something at a table. Upon seeing a police officer arrive, in response to a citizen complaint, a boy threw an item and fled on foot. The other three suspects -- one man and two boys -- admitted smoking marijuana at the park at 5:06 p.m. April 28. A small amount of marijuana and paraphernalia were taken and destroyed by the police. The mother of one of the suspects was advised of the incident.

* A vehicle was stopped at 12:31 a.m. April 29 near the intersection of Century Avenue and Valley Creek Road because its passenger-side headlight was out. The driver, a Maplewood man, turned over a multicolored glass pipe and a small plastic bag containing a leafy substance that appeared to be marijuana. He was cited and released, and police properly disposed of the drugs and baggie.

* At 12:31 a.m. April 29, a driver from West St. Paul was cited for speeding -- 96 mph in a 60-mph zone -- and released near the intersection of Interstate 494 and Lake Road.

* An unknown vehicle was parked within the gated area of a business development at 12:35 a.m. April 30 in the 200 block of Radio Drive. The car was reported in case of theft or damage, but police found the owner to be a security officer from Lakeville who had left the area. Gates remained locked and police could not access the site. The caller was unidentified, and the incident was classified as suspicious activity.

* At 10:05 a.m. April 30, a business in the 500 block of Bielenberg Drive produced a 911 hangup call. Security, notified by police but unaware of who made the call, checked the building. 

* On April 30, a multiple-car accident at the intersection of Interlachen Parkway and Valley Creek Road caused personal injuries to a boy and a woman, both of whom declined ambulance transportation. An unknown vehicle turned in front of a car driven by a Woodbury man, causing him to slam on his brakes. The car behind him -- a 2014 Jeep Patriot driven by a boy and his sister -- rear ended the man's Pontiac G6. The Toyota Camry behind them, driven by another Woodbury woman, clipped the Patriot's tail light. The boy hit his chest on the steering wheel, the woman claimed injury from the seat belt, and they were released to their parents in Woodbury. Eventually, the man in the Pontiac admitted he could not produce insurance for his vehicle. Police issued him a citation.

* On May 2, police responded to a careless driving complaint. A vehicle was reportedly driving south in the northbound lane of Interstate 494, but the wrong-way driver eluded police.

* Two pairs of Nike shoes were reported stolen at 10:15 p.m. May 2 from a business in the 8300 block of Tamarack Village. A Maplewood man loaded mesh bags and fled into a Maplewood woman's van, leaving her to identify him. Police located the man at an address where the man and woman live. He again fled and did not give a statement. The business' loss totaled $195, plus $1 for two mesh bags containing the merchandise. Police mailed the man a citation for misdemeanor theft, and forwarded information to the city attorney.

* A boat started on fire in the 6300 block of Edgewood Ave. No flames were present when firefighters arrived at 11:39 a.m. May 2, but the boat was internally smoking in the driveway. The incident was treated as a possible electrical fire.

* A Maplewood man bit and injured bouncers while being removed from business property in the 1600 block of Woodlane Drive, then called the police later to allege he was assaulted. At 11:47 p.m. May 2, the man told an officer to file assault charges against the bouncer, but he would not meet up with police to document his injuries. The man hung up on the officer's phone call several times, explained that since his taxes pay the officer's salary the officer better do what is asked of him, swore at the officer, yelled about what a poor cop is the officer, told him he knew Lee Vague, and decided to talk to the police chief about the officer losing his job. The manager of the business, a suspect, took pictures and had started an incident report in the matter. Due to a lack of statement, no action was taken on behalf of the complainant.

* At 1:45 a.m. May 3 at the same business, another assault was reported. One patron was handcuffed and being cooperative, the other was holding a bloody towel to his face when police arrived. The victim, a Woodbury resident, had been sucker punched by the suspect, a Maplewood man and acquaintance. The victim did not want to press charges, and an Oakdale man volunteered to take resonsibility for the suspect if transported home. Police obliged.

* At 1:55 a.m. May 3, police responded for a rollover accident in the vicinty of Heins Valley Creek Nursery, in the 4800 block of Cottage Grove Drive. A Woodbury boy was cited for careless driving, after admitting to losing control of the vehicle at 85 mph. He swerved off the road, damaged property at the nursery, rolled several times, totaled his father's 2007 Ford Taurus and injured himself and his passenger, also a Woodbury boy. The passenger sustained minor head injuries. Parents of both boys were on scene upon police arrival, and the patients declined ambulance transportation. The car was towed. At the nursery, the gate, its support structure, trees and nursery trees were damaged, and the owner was notified. Woodbury Public Safety redacted all names from the incident report, including those of two sets of parents. The victim was listed as Heins Valley Creek Nursery, complete with a redacted date of birth. A state accident report was completed, but would not be made public, according to an email from Bruce Gordon, director of communications for the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. 

* At 3:15 a.m. May 3, police responded to Woodwinds Health Campus to obtain information about a reported assault that occurred in Woodbury. A Brooklyn Park man was at a house in the 10200 block of Grand Isle Place watching the Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Manny Pacquiao fight on HBO, when at the end of the fight an intoxicated, tattoed man in a denim, button-up, sleeveless shirt hit him. The victim protected himself, and before the victim knew it, everyone was gone except the his wife, his attacker, and the attacker's brother, who owns the house and was uncooperative with providing information to police. The bloody victim received 15 stitches, a mild concussion and a bruise. His wife drove him to the hospital.

* An accident occurred near the intersection of Radio Drive and Military Road on May 4. One Cottage Grove resident was cited for stop sign violation, after she injured her 3-year-old daughter by rear-ending a stopped vehicle driven by another Cottage Grove woman. Heavy damage was caused, and both vehicles had to be towed from the scene. A state accident report was completed due to injuries and damages amounting to more than $1,000. Woodbury Public Safety did not redact the name of the juvenile.

* Police responded to an accident involving a 16-year-old bicyclist and a Kia driven by a 49-year-old man from Stark, Minn. The boy on the bike, who lives in St. Paul, suffered a swollen leg. The accident occurred near the intersection of Upper Afton Road and Martha Lane on May 4.