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News and Updates: Crime Lab management to stay with Sheriff’s Office

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December 13, 2017

Crime Lab management to stay with Sheriff’s Office

Yesterday, the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners voted 7-0 to withdraw Commissioner Greene’s budget amendment for a County Administration takeover of the Crime Lab during the County Board meeting.

The amendment was first introduced two weeks ago without discussion or input from Sheriff’s Office, or the 44 cities and 35 local police departments that utilize the Crime Lab’s services. Since learning of the amendment, law enforcement leaders, police officers, deputies, union representatives, elected officials, and community members bombarded the Commissioners with letters, emails, and phone calls to voice their opposition to the amendment and object to the lack of transparency about the proposal.

Shortly after the vote, Sheriff Stanek, joined by dozens of area law enforcement officers, including personnel from the Crime Lab, and community stakeholders, held a brief press conference to share his reaction.

You can watch yesterday’s press conference below.

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Holiday shopping and dining made easy on Lake Street!

Here’s a few places that can make your shopping a little easier.

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Holiday shopping and dining made easy on Lake Street!

The holidays can be a stressful and hectic time. Here’s a few places that can make your shopping a little easier, as well as give you some methods to let off some stress.

It’s Greek To Me | 626 W Lake St

It’s Greek To Me provides the best traditional Greek cuisine in the Twin Cities. Holiday catering is available – pre-order a delicious Christmas Eve feast by December 18 and spend that time with family instead of in the kitchen. It’s Greek To Me will also be hosting Goddess Night Out December 14th from 7pm- 11pm. Half off on house wine, appetizers, and specialty Goddess Aphrodite cocktail. Come out have fun and enjoy yourself.

Spot Spa | 1600 W Lake St

We all have a reasons to take care of your mind and body especially during the holidays. Spot Sap’s Lipstick Bar offers skin care, massage, facials and beauty products for your body. Check out the holiday deals and discount to take advantage.

Erik’s Bike Shop | 2800 Lyndale Ave S

Just because winter is here doesn’t mean you have to hang up your bike until Spring! Erik’s Bike Shop offers greats deals during the holidays on a wide range of bikes. Grab a bike for a loved one this Christmas.

Magers & Quinn Booksellers | 3038 Hennepin Ave

Do you need a book for your holiday travels? Maybe to help with all the stress? Magers & Quinn Booksellers provides a great selection of bestsellers, rare books, new releases and many more. On January 1st Magers & Quinn Booksellers will be having its biggest sale of the year. Don’t miss out!

Merlins Rest Pub | 3601 E Lake St

Merlins Rest Pub will be hosting their 2nd Thursday Scotch Tasting from 7pm-9pm. Merlins Rest Pub is offering great deals on holiday gift cards to the food lover, whiskey lover, beer lover, dessert lover. Buy $50 worth of gift cards and receive a bonus gift for yourself.

Eastlake Craft Brewery | 920 E Lake St

Eastlakle Craft Brewery will be celebrating their 3 year anniversary starting December 14th until December 16th. Three evenings of fun, food, celebration, music and joy. Eastlake Craft Brewery will also release a special beer every day of the week. Don’t miss out!

Byrant Lake Bowl | 810 W Lake St

Looking to go out this holiday to have a little fun with family and friends? Look no further than Bryant Lake Bowl. Food, drinks, music and an indoor bowl alley, it doesn’t get better than this. Bryant Lake Bowl is also offering a promo deal this holiday. You give or get 20% with Your Holiday Gift Cards!

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Art & Culture

December 14
Pangea World Theater -HOME Performance project

December 14-16
The white Pages – Winter Arist Market

December 14
Patrick’s Cabaret- Call for Curators for 2018 Spring Season

Neighborhood Events

December 12
Up-Down Minneapolis- Coins for the Cause

December 16
Podwerhorn Community Forum

December 25
Community Workshop: Herbal Tea Blends for Cold Weather


December 13
Running room – Christams Sweater Run

December 15
Julbord — Swedish Christmas Feast

December 20
Abbott Northwestern Hosital: Gift of Health

Food & Dinning

December 15
Lago Tacos- Salsa Del Soul

December 19
Meracdo- Yappy Hour

December 17
¡Pies for Puerto Rico/Cookie Share!

See more events on our @VisitLakeStreet Facebook Page

La Loma Tamales

920 East Lake Street

La Loma Tamales offers amazing authentic tamales in all of Minnesota. Freshly made and hand rolled, every tamale comes with the best quality and consistency. Looking for a taste of Mexico? This is the place to be.


Northwest Graphic Supply

4200 East Lake Street

Northwest Graphic Supply has been serving the community for over 56 years. Specializing in the latest innovations for screen printing inks, supplies and artist materials.

*New Business*

The Hasty Tasty

701 West Lake Street

The Hasty Tasty brings a new American flavored restaurant and full bar with unique crafts to Lake Street. Hasty Tasty uses wood cooked technique to bring a new element to your dinning experiences.

Sons of Norway development proposal. Southwest Journal.

Snapology provides piles of Legos on Lynlake for kids. Southwest Journal.

Loulou Sweet & Savory opens at 29th & Emerson. Southwest Journal.

East Lake Checklist: El Sabor Chuchi to The Rabbit Hole. Heavytable.

Fun and food head to Lyn-Lake corner in Minneapolis with Hasty Tasty. Startribune.

Where the streets aren’t as safe. Southwest Journal.

Lola’s Cafe gets final approval for Lake Calhoun restaurant. Star Tribune.

Density spreads outside downtown Minneapolis into neighborhoods. Star Tribune.

Intermedia Arts retains Colliers for property sale. Southwest Journal.

“Minnesota micro” apartments in West Calhoun neighborhood head to city vote. Southwest Journal.

5 hidden gem bakeries in and around the Twin Cities. City Pages.

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e-Invitation to ASI Neighborhood Open House December 13

Hejsan! Attached is an invitation pdf for our annual ASI Neighborhood Open House happening Wednesday, December 13 from 5-8 p.m. Please share with your organization and others!

· FREE admission and complimentary refreshments

· Pop-up musical and theatrical performances

· Indoor and outdoor family activities

Thank you for being our neighbor! Tack så mycket!

Ingrid M. Nyholm-Lange | Associate Director of Programs and Community Engagement | 612-870-3374

American Swedish Institute | 2600 Park Avenue | Minneapolis, MN 55407 | 612-871-4907


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Franklin Library 1314 E Franklin Ave, Used Book Sale, Sunday December 10th, Noon – 4 pm

Used Book Sale
December 10, 2017 (12:00 PM – 4:00 PM)


Bargain hunters and book lovers take note: the Friends of the Library will hold a sale of hundreds of adult and children’s fiction and nonfiction books in hardcover and paperback. All books are withdrawn from the Hennepin County Library system or donated by the public. Funds raised will benefit the library.

METRO Orange Line Newsletter: November 2017

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Call for Public Artists
The image shows a street-level perspective drawing of what the trail connection might look like, with separated bike and pedestrian paths, trees and lighting.
The Green Crescent is a future trail connection between the Midtown Greenway and the Orange Line’s I-35W & Lake St Station in south Minneapolis. It will be located just west of I-35W, along Stevens Avenue, and provide direct access to the transit station for pedestrians and bicyclists.

The City is seeking an experienced artist or artist team to collaborate with the steering committee, community and artists in creating public art for this projectrail connection. Possible art opportunities include gateways or wayfinding artworks integrated into the space, pavement treatments on the pedestrian trail, artistic treatment of seat walls, and a light installation.

An local informational meeting for artists will be held Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017 at 3:30 p.m. at the Northeast Library, 2200 Central Ave N.E. in Minneapolis. The application deadline is Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017 at 4 p.m.

For more information, please visit the Green Crescent Call for Artists website, or contact Ann Godfrey.

Stay informed about I-35W Construction

Progress continues on the 35W@94: Downtown to Crosstown Project as the Portland Avenue bridge over I-94 and the 31st Street ramp to I-35W both reopen this week.

There are a number of ways to get additional information, ask questions or provide feedback on construction:

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  • Call the project hotline at 612-284-6125
  • Sign up to receive transit rider alerts via text or email
  • For real-time travel information, visit or dial 5-1-1
The METRO Orange Line is a planned Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) line along I-35W between downtown Minneapolis and Burnsville. It will use roadway improvements, upgraded transit stations, Park & Ride facilities and improved bus routes to provide fast, frequent and reliable all-day service. Implementation is expected in 2019.

For details, visit or contact Project Manager Christina Morrison at brtprojects or 612-349-7690.

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Connect with hiring employers at free career fair

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Event contact: Lisa Cain, Hennepin County Employment Services, 612-596-1990

Media contact: Nicole Hovatter, Communications, 612-543-4325

Find your next job at free career fair

Connect with employers hiring for jobs in transportation, customer service, healthcare, sales, maintenance and more.

Event details

This location is served by several bus routes. Visit or or call 612-373-3333 for more details.

Job-seekers are encouraged to dress professionally and bring copies of their resumes.

Career fair features

  • More than 40 employers
  • Tips for career fair success
  • An employer panel
  • Job search assistance
  • Lunch and refreshments

Attending employers

  • ACR Homes
  • Alliance Home Health Care & Nursing Services
  • American Security & Investigations
  • Augustana Care
  • Café Zupas
  • Cintas
  • CobornsDelivers
  • Delaware North
  • Delta Global Services
  • Doherty Staffing
  • Dominos
  • DoubleTree Hotel St. Paul
  • Dungarvin
  • Embassy Suites Minneapolis Airport
  • Endeavor Air
  • FedEx Ground
  • First Student
  • First Transit
  • Goodwill-Easter Seals
  • Hennepin County
  • HMS Host
  • Indrotec
  • Integrated Deicing Services
  • Intercontinental St. Paul Riverfront
  • Macy’s
  • Mall of America
  • Marsden Building Maintenance
  • Menards – Golden Valley
  • Metropolitan Council
  • Orion Associates
  • Osseo Area Schools
  • Pinnacle Services Inc.
  • Prescription Landscape Inc./Arteka Outdoor Services
  • Sheraton Minneapolis West
  • Sky Zone Trampoline Park
  • Sojos Pet Food
  • St. Paul Public Schools
  • Swissport
  • Target stores
  • Toys R Us – Minnetonka
  • TSA
  • UPS
  • Waste Management
  • Wells Fargo
  • WIS International
  • YMCA of the Greater Twin Cities

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Midtown Weekly Crime Report and Community Announcements, Week Ending November 27, 2017

Hello again! Here is the Midtown weekly crime report with community announcements for the week ending 11-27-17. (For this report, Midtown is the area from 35W to Hiawatha, between 28th and 32nd Streets. Portions of the Phillips West, Midtown Phillips, East Phillips, Central, Powderhorn Park and Corcoran neighborhoods are included in Midtown.) The report is attached as a Word file and the text is reprinted below the Safety Center logo.

I’ve also attached a crime map for November 21 to November 27.

There were 13 Part 1 (most serious) crimes reported this week, up from 10 two weeks ago. 9 of the 13 Part 1 crimes this week were thefts.

There were only 2 violent crimes reported in Midtown this week- 1 rape and 1 aggravated assault. For some reason, the aggravated assault at 30xx 4th Ave S doesn’t appear on the crime map. (The aggravated assault on the map actually occurred just outside the Midtown borders.) There were 5 violent crimes two weeks ago.

I’m very happy to report there were 0 robberies-of people or businesses during this week!

MPD officers arrested a total of 10 suspects in Midtown. 6 were booked into jail and 4 were cited and released.

Officers arrested 2 people for felony crimes this week, not counting those arrested for felony warrants.

The 3rd Precinct maintained 2 Focused Enforcement Areas within Midtown this week.

I have 5 announcements this week. See the report (below and attached) for more details on these items:

· Neighbors In Action has 2 Patrol Shifts scheduled and welcomes more volunteers.

· The Training and Education Center (TEC) is offering a 3-week EmploymentEmpowerment Coursebeginning Monday, December 4.

· TEC is also offering a 3-session Free Financial Course beginning Wednesday, December 6.

· The Lake Street Council invites all to a Lake Street Business Mixer on Thursday, December 7.

· Santa Claus is coming to the Midtown Global Market on Sunday, December 10.

Please let me know if you have an announcement you’d like me to include in an upcoming report.

I always appreciate your comments on these weekly reports. Please let me know what you would like to see added or removed. I want the reports to be as useful as possible.

Thank you!

John R. Baumann

Crime Prevention Specialist

Midtown Community Safety Center

Minneapolis Police Department

2949 Chicago Ave. S

Minneapolis, MN 55407



Midtown Area Crime Rep ort, Week of 11-21 to 11-27-17

By CPS John R. Baumann, Minneapolis Police Department, 3rd Precinct

Midtown Community Safety Center, 2949 Chicago Ave S, 612-825-6138

Midtown is the area between Highway 35W and Hiawatha Ave, from 28th St E to 32nd St E


· There were 13Part 1 (most serious) crimes in Midtown during the week, up from 10 two weeks ago. (There was no report last week.)

· Part 1 crimes this week included homicide (0), rape (1), robbery (0), aggravated assault (1), burglary (1), auto theft (1), arson (0) and larceny/theft (9). Public information narratives (taken directly from police reports) for the violent crimes appear below. There is summary information for all the other crimes excluding larcenies.

· There were 2violent crimes reported-1 rape and 1 aggravated assault. This is down from 5 violent crimes two weeks ago.

· There were no homicides, robberies or arsons reported during this week.

· There were no business robberies and 1 business burglary reported during the week.

· MPD officers arrested a total of 10 suspects in Midtown. 6 were taken into custody and 4received citations and were released.

· Officers arrested 2 people for felony crimes, which are highlighted in yellow. (This does not include offenders arrested for felony warrants.)

Reported Part 1 Crimes in Midtown This Week (Excluding Larceny)

Rape (1)

11-27, 5:20 to 5:30 am 31st St E & 23rd Ave S (Corcoran neighborhood)Victim was Sexually Assaulted by Suspect in Suspect’s vehicle on the listed date between the listed times. Victim fled the scene and called police. Victim given blue (victim resources) card. Suspect left in listed vehicle in unknown direction. Victim was transported to Hennepin County Medical Center for a SARS (Sexual Assault Resources Center) exam. Recommendation: Further investigation.

Aggravated Assault (1)

11-23, 9:53 to 11:45 pm 30xx 4th Ave S (Central neighborhood)Officers responded to the listed address for a shooting. Victim 1 and Victim 2 both had multiple gunshot wounds. Both victims were taken to the hospital via Emergency Medical Service. Victims were given blue (victim resources) cards. A state accident report was completed.

Burglary (1)

11-26, 5:00 am 14xx Lake St E (Powderhorn Park neighborhood)Business[CPS note:
Suspect entered the business through an exterior dryer vent and then forced open the office door.]

Auto Theft (1)

11-24, 11:30 pm to 11-25, 12:30 am Lake St E & 13th Ave S (Midtown Phillips or Powderhorn Park neighborhood) [CPS note:
Victim may have left passenger door unlocked.]

MPD Arrests in Midtown (10)

Arrestees Booked (into Hennepin County Jail, Unless Noted)(6)

11-22, 1:30 amLake St E & 13th Ave S Kenyon Tequan Council,Motor Vehicle Theft (Felony).

11-22, 6:15 pm 30xx 11th Ave S Heather Rae Laclaire, 1 Felony Warrant.

11-22, 10:15 pm Lake St E & 10th Ave S Ralph Wayne Clark Jr, 1 Misdemeanor Warrant.

11-22, 10:45 pm18xx 31st St E Elbert Harris III, 5th Degree Domestic Assault.

11-25, 5:50 pm 8xx 28th St E Jessica Louise Tucker, Narcotics Violation (Felony).

11-27, 12:30 pm30xx Clinton Ave S Nicole Shannon Columbus,Trespassing.

Arrestees Cited and Released (4)

11-21, 11:15 am 8xx Lake St E Maliki Charles Caldwell,Theft, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

11-22, 10:45 am 29th St E & Bloomington Ave S Gregorio Nicand Hernandez Nicdan,No Valid Driver’s License.

11-26, 12:15 am Lake St E & 2nd Ave S Faki Hamed Kabato,No Proof of Insurance.

11-26, 11:40 pm 8xx 28th St E Sheyenne Leeona Green,Disorderly Conduct.

Focused Enforcement in Midtown

Midtown’s Lake Street area had 2 focused enforcement areas for violent crime this week:

Lake Street #1 (29th St E to 31st St E, I-35W to Portland Ave S)

Proactive enforcement results: 16 stops, 8 directed patrols, 1 arrest

Robberies & Aggravated Assaults (excluding domestics): 0 robberies, 1 aggravated assault.

Lake Street #2 (29th St E to 31st St E, 12th Ave S to 17th Ave S

Proactive enforcement results: 53 stops, 36 directed patrols, 4 arrests

Robberies & Aggravated Assaults (excluding domestics): 1 robbery, 0 aggravated assaults

Strategies (both areas) used during the week included:

Patrol Tactics

• Directed patrol, foot beats, proactive stops, business checks.

• Day Beat and Evening Beat: Foot beats & directed patrol on the Greenway and the 3000 blocks of 12th Ave S, 5th Ave S, Clinton Ave S, 16th Ave S & 17th Ave S (prostitution, narcotics, overdoses, etc.). Business checks at Taco Bell and McDonalds.

• Midwatch: Suspicious person and suspicious vehicle stops around outer edges of focus zones.

• Dogwatch: Directed patrol, foot beats, suspicious person stops, suspicious vehicle stops and traffic law enforcement focused on bus stops in Focus Zone #2.

• Reach out to Metro Transit Police Department regarding additional patrol around bus stop at 17th & Lake. Foot beats at Taco Bell & McDonald’s parking lots.

• Additional directed patrol around the Park & Lake area.

Investigative Tactics

• Regular details with neighborhood Probation Officers and MAVI (Minnesota Ant-Violence Initiative) to focus on chronic offenders.

• Evening beat detail with Probation.

Problem Properties Tactics

• Problem property identified as 30xx Portland Ave. Problem Properties Officer working on.

• 15xx Lake St E identified as a problem property.

• 5xx Lake St E identified as a problem property.

Third Precinct Weekly Trends

Motor Vehicle Theft:78% (7 of 9) of the vehicles reported stolen were stolen with keys. [CPS note: Don’t leave your vehicle running unattended or keep keys in your vehicle, even when parked in your garage. Keep watch over your
keys at all times.]

Burglary of Dwelling:32% (6 of 19) required little or no force to gain entry: Residential 25% (4 of 16) required little/no force to gain entry (2-unlocked window, 1-used key and 1-no force). Garage 67% (2 of 3) required little/no force to gain entry (2-no force).

Theft from Motor Vehicle:65% (15 of 23) reported a wallet/purse (4), GPS (0) or backpack/other bag (11) stolen; 35% (8 of 23) required little or no force to gain entry (3-unlocked door and 5-no force).



Neighbors In Action Safety Team

Neighbors In Action Safety Team is a group of volunteers who are interested in coming together to meet other neighbors and walk East Lake Street and the surrounding areas as a watchful, positive and peaceful presence. All participants mustagree to follow theinfo or call (612) 886-3345.

Upcoming Safety Team Patrol Shifts:
Wednesday, December 6th, 2017
Start & End Location: Midtown Global Market
6:00 – 7:30pm

Saturday, December 16th, 2017
Start & End Location: Midtown Global Market
10:00 – 11:30am

Additional shifts can be added based on volunteer availability! Please let us know if these dates or times don’t work with your schedule.

Employment Empowerment Course

The TEC(Training and Education Center)

LSS Center for Changing Lives

2400 Park Ave S (2nd Floor) Minneapolis

All classes and resources are FREE!

Upcoming class dates:

9:00 – 12:00 December 4th to December 22nd

Three week Employment Empowermentcoverseverythingyou need to move forward:

ü Workshops: Myers Briggs Personality Assessment, Dealing with Overwhelm, Confidence Building, Personal Success, Personal Values and Focused Goals.

ü Classes: Networking, Job Satisfaction, Applications, Resumes, Cover and Thank you Letters, Job Search, Interview/Mock Interview and

Four Cornerstones of Financial Literacy

Register at:

??? Email TEC or call 612-879-5286


Open Computer Lab Hoursfor Job Search

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday


Friday 12:00-4:00

Last week of the month 9:00-5:00 (4pm Fridays)

Resume help and Mock Interview by appointment

Call 612-879-5286 or email tec


9:00am – 12:00pm December 6th, 13th, 20th

Classes run monthly

(attendance all 3 days is required)

Create a budget

Create savings

Make credit cards work for you

Reduce your debt

Repair your credit

Build assets

Protect yourself from scams


Questions? Email tec or call 612-879-5256

The TEC (Training and Education Center)

LSS Center for Changing Lives

2400 Park Ave S., Minneapolis, 2nd Floor


Meet Neighbors at the Lake Street Business Mixer, December 7

Join the Lake Street Council at this afternoon mixer to socialize with business owners, community leaders, and stakeholders, plus enjoy complimentary appetizers from New Bohemia Uptown and happy hour drink specials. Du Nord Craft Spirits, 2610 32nd St E. 4-6 pm. No RSVP necessary. Facebook Event

Santa is Coming to the Midtown Global Market December 10!

Bring the kids and meet Old St. Nick at the Market, 1-4 pm. He might never be closer to home this holiday season!

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Spread some cheer this December at Midtown Global Market!

It’s so festive this month at the market. Don’t miss out on our cool events that will surely make your days jolly and bright!

Get crafty! Come to the market on Friday, 12/1 from 3 PM – 8 PM and Saturday, 12/2 from 9:30 AM – 5 PM for the 13th Annual No Coast Craft-O-Rama. Shop until you drop with tons of unique finds for the whole family!
Join us for our last neighborhood night of the year! This event will feature local artists whose work in prose, poetry, and mixed literary genres extends beyond our borders. A literary showcase with authors, Su Hwang, Michael Torres, Angela Ajayi, Erin Sharkey, Junauda Petris, and Glenda Reed will take to the center stage of the Midtown
Global Marketplace at 6 PM on Thursday, December 21st. An author signing and sampling of Midtown’s best treats and beverages will follow.
It’s a family affair! Celebrate the first fruits of the harvest with a night of music, storytelling, dance and spoken word. Learn about the principles of Kwanzaa with fun activities. Sponsored by the Cultural Wellness Center and Rituals.
Santa Claus at the Market
You better watch out, you better not cry… Santa Claus is coming to Midtown Global Market this December. Join in on this holiday cheer! Bring your camera to capture the moment. This event is free for all ages.
12/10 from 1PM -4PM
12/15 from 4PM -8PM
12/16 from 12PM – 4PM
The weather outside is frightful but our events this month are so delightful!

Round up the family and join us for
Wee Wednesday with Papa Siama on 12/20

More December Events:
Joel Shapira & Charmin Michelle
Roe Family Singers
Mill City Hot Club
Jon De Vaal (Jazz Trio)
New Distraction
Jack and Kitty

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