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Law Enforcement Blotter: Tuesday, April 18

DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Tuesday, April 18

Public assist, check the area for anything out of place per comp, all quiet, Alex.

Stolen vehicle, 1996 Chevy green 1500 with some rust and tool box, Miltona.

Public assist, comp in the lobby with questions regarding no trespassing signage on his lakeshore property, had questions regarding a property line and access to the lake, advised to contact land and resources, Alex.

Public assist, needs advice on handling township road issues and conditions, believes it is becoming a safety concern, Moe Township.

Burglary, believes someone broke into home and shed, has not observed anything missing besides cat but does see entry marks, marks on door were normal wear and tear, cat was found in the basement, no evidence a burglary occurred, Alex.

Fraud, comp in the lobby reporting fraud with a vehicle sale and is out the money, suspect is person one, report will be forwarded to county attorney for possible theft charges, unable to reach/find suspect, Carlos.

Suspicious activity, older SUV, someone knocked on door and when dog barked they took off at high rate of speed, they did leave a window washing business card, checked the area and didn't see the vehicle, Miltona.

Trespassing complaint, comp reporting person one was caught trespassing on their property and would like it documented, Alex.

Public assist, comp in the lobby reporting the tenants at his property will be evicted as of 5 p.m. but are still there, looking into his options to have them removed, persons one and two properly evicted per court order, they were not present, but some belongings remained, person three was advised to keep the belongings of persons one and two in secure storage for 28 days unless collected, Alex.

ATV complaint, four-wheelers driving up and down Co Rd 31, believes they are not licensed, unable to locate, Alex.

Fight/assault, comp stating she and a male friend were in an argument but have since made up, verbal argument only, comp did not want the male party at the residence, male transported to detox, Kensington.

ALEXANDRIA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Tuesday, April 18

Drug-related activity, can smell marijuana in the hallway,  officer could not smell marijuana in the hallway.

Juvenile trouble, child won't get on the bus, comp called back and child got on the bus.

Public assist, gas drive off.

Child protection issue, received report from Douglas County Social Services.

Probation violation, transported to jail.

Vehicle unlock, 3-year-old boy locked mother out of vehicle, child unlocked door.

Property damage crash, minor, Broadway St.

Restraining order violation.

Theft, female on camera stealing multiple items from store on Friday.

Fraud, received an NSF check in March of 2017.

Juvenile trouble.

Hit and run, Co Rd 22 NW.

Check welfare of person, female called stating she heard people yelling at each other and then male took off in a car, comp wants female checked on, spoke with female who stated she was fine, advised she had a verbal argument with her ex-boyfriend and that he left prior to arrival, she stated she did not need any police assistance.

Public assist, comp owns this address and states there was an eviction there today, requesting extra patrol for the evening, as the keys were not returned.

Suspicious person, male on a bike rode up, is knocking on the windows and unscrewed lightbulbs out front, subject claimed he was trying to get a ride home, subject left on his bike, stood by while staff left for the night.

This is not a comprehensive report of all local law enforcement activity, rather, a brief recap of daily calls for service.

Beth Leipholtz

Beth is a reporter at the Echo Press. She graduated from the College of Saint Benedict in May 2015 with a degree in Communication and Hispanic Studies. Journalism has always been her passion, but she also enjoys blogging and graphic design. In her spare time, she's most likely at Crossfit or at home with her boyfriend and three dogs.

(320) 763-1233
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