In case you missed any of them, here the top-read Minnetonka Patch stories from the month of July:
Officers found an adult male dead in the yard of a home on Baker Road and are treating the death as a suicide. The person left a note that made officials nervous of what may be in the house, so they called in the HazMat team and the Bloomington Bomb Squad.
After six months in Minnetonka, the business has become popular with both sellers and buyers by focusing on furniture, consumer electronics, home decor and higher end appliances.
A 66-year-old man was arrested for fifth degree criminal sexual conduct.
A small fire was found started in a dryer in the basment of Auntie Ruth's Animal Care & Wellness Center. One firefighter suffered heat exhaustion.
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HUD says Greenbrier Village association and management company, Gassen Company, Inc., denied housing to people with children under the age of 18.