Police frequently called to site of weekend home invasion


Wayzata police said Sunday that they still are still looking for three suspects in connection with a Saturday home invasion in Long Lake.

The Pioneer Press reports that authorities responded to incidents at the home at least three times so far this year. KMSP Wayzata police have had 22 calls to the address for reports including harassment, court order violations and pointing a gun at an officer since 2011. Wayzata police confirm to KARE 11 that they assisted the Hennepin County Drug Task Force in executing a search warrant at the home in October 2012.

Officers were called to the home of Karen and John Davis on Glenmoor Lane on Saturday afternoon. There, they found a man and woman in the basement who had been bound with duct tape. KSTP reports that John Davis was taken to North Memorial with neck and back injuries. Karen Davis was not hurt seriously but was shaken up.

Police say the thieves stole cell phones, wallets and a car belonging to the couple, a red 2014 Kia Sorento with the Minnesota license plate 723-KVL. The suspects are still on the run, and police say the trio should be considered armed and dangerous.

Police confirm there were two guns and one was fired inside the home. They say the homeowners were not hit, but one of suspects might have been shot. Police say there was a trail of blood in front of the house.

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