Farmington police report: January 11-17Police responded to property damage accidents, arrested several for underage liquor consumption last week.
Property damage accident, 10 block of Walnut St.
Traffic regulations, fail to signal turn, 17700 block of Eureka Ave.
Drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia, 900 block of Second St.
Personal injury accident, pedestrian, Third and Elm streets
Traffic regulations, 212th Street?West and Akin Road
DWI, third degree, 197th Street West and Chippendale Avenue
Property damage motor vehicle, accident with deer, 19700 block of Akin Rd.
Liquor, consumption by persons under 21, 18600 block of Explorer Way
Fraud, 19900 block of Excelsior Ln.
Drivers license violation, Sixth and Locust streets
Larceny, from auto, 4700 block of 189th St. W.
Property damage accident, 10 block of Elm St.
Damage to property, fourth degree, 19500 Municipal Dr.
Traffic regulation, 212th Street West and Flagstaff Avenue
Drug information, 19500 Municipal Dr.
Warrant service/arrest, 600 block of First St.
Drugs, synthetic cannabinoid, 240th Street West and Chippendale Avenue
Juvenile problem, 18400 block of Echo Dr.
• Activity listed at 19500 Municipal Drive reflects reports taken at the Farmington Law Enforcement Center.
Leroy William Johnson, 33, of Farmington was cited for DWI, fourth degree and driving after revocation.
Steven Andrew Rhodes, 24, of South St.?Paul was cited for a traffic regulation, driver must carry proof of insurance while operating vehicle.
Gabriel Donald Ryan, 18, of Farmington was cited for drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia.
Marques Bryant Words, 18, of Farmington was cited for liquor, consumption by persons under 21.
Andres Matheo Guerrero, 18, of South?St.Paul was cited for liquor, consumption by persons under 21.
Emily Elizabeth Hakala, 18, of Farmington was cited for liquor, consumption by persons under 21.
Tanner Christian Josephson, 19, of Hackensack was cited for liquor, consumption by persons under 21.
Marco Antonio Fonseca, 19, of Farmington was cited for drugs, possession or sale of small amounts of marijuana.