News releases issued by the Eden Prairie Police Department, including incident briefs and crime alerts, are distributed with the intent to inform and educate the community and encourage public safety.
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Mayor Ron Case addresses community concerns about the tragic death of George Floyd.
While no confirmed cases of the coronavirus have been reported in Minnesota, Eden Prairie’s Emergency Management Team is working closely with public safety officials in neighboring cities and schools, along with our EMS, county and state partners to be fully prepared to protect our community.
If you receive a suspicious City-related phone call, you are welcome to call 952-949-8300 to confirm an authorized representative of the City contacted you.
EPPD responded to a residential burglary Dec. 4 and an armed robbery Dec. 7; investigators are working to determine if the incidents may be related.
Eden Prairie’s deer management program is scheduled to begin in December and continue through March at multiple sites throughout the City.
Eden Prairie Police have been investigating three armed robbery incidents reported to have occurred along Anderson Lakes Parkway; with the announcement of criminal charges, I want the community to know they did not occur.
Eden Prairie's Public Safety Open House is moving inside Saturday, Oct. 12.
Since Aug. 20, Eden Prairie Police have responded to two armed robberies that reportedly occurred along Anderson Lakes Parkway near Neill Lake Road. On the evening of Tuesday, Oct. 8, a third armed robbery reportedly occurred in the area of Columbine Road and Prairie Center Drive.
At 10 a.m. Monday, Sept. 30, Melissa Saari Capaul, age 24, of Eden Prairie and Levi Michael Roth, age 22, of Chaska were found safe in Sparks, Nevada
On Tuesday, Aug. 20, Police responded to a report of a robbery in the area of Anderson Lakes Parkway, between Neill Lake Road and Preserve Boulevard.