Deputies cited two juveniles for underage alcohol consumption in Kensington
A fight in an alley was reported at 20 Central Avenue in Kensington at 1:08 a.m. Two people were arrested for disorderly conduct.
An unknown driver of a large truck tore up the grass and driveway area of a residence on 10th Avenue SW, Alexandria. Similar tracks were found on Mina Shores Road.
Deputies responded to a report of someone burning kitchen trash near Little Ida Beach Road NW, Garfield. He was warned that if he burns prohibited materials again, he will be cited for it.
A resident lost a black wallet at the Lake Mina public access.
A tree fell into a powerline at the intersection of Highway 27 and County Road 7. REA crews fixed the problem.
A driver in a white van ran into a building at 20811 County Road 82 NW, Evansville and then sped off. The impact pushed in bricks and may have bent a gas line. The driver was later found at the Millerville Liquor Store. He admitted hitting the building but didn’t think he damaged it. He agreed to pay for the damage.
A boat floated off a lift on Lake Carlos and is missing. It’s a blue and white 16-foot Alumacraft.
A resident on Government Point Road reported that someone’s boat floated to his place on Lake L’Homme Dieu. He tied it up to his dock.
Dispatch received a report of someone dumping garbage on Cody Court NE near County Road 73.
Several items were stolen from a shop near 34th Avenue West.
A shoplifter was apprehended at Mills Fleet Farm and cited for theft.
Three tires and rims were taken from a yard on Seventh Avenue East.
Dispatch received a report about a woman who was seen at the Walmart parking lot dragging her child by the arm. She reportedly banged his head against the car, was screaming at him and slapped him.
A resident reported that she has been the victim of identity theft.
While on foot patrol on Broadway between Third and Sixth Avenue at about 4:30 a.m., an officer located and cited three juveniles for curfew violations. One was also cited as a runaway.