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Law Enforcement Blotter: Wednesday, June 14

DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Wednesday, June 14

Utility company call, power lines hanging very low, Garfield.

Check welfare of person, male passed out in front seat at access, access was empty, Lake Union.

Public assist, comp stating she wants to get her stuff out and the landlord is there, Osakis.

Suspicious activity, comp was supposed to have motorcycle shipped here and it has not arrived yet, Alex.

Public assist, requesting someone stand by while she retrieves property, Brandon.

Suspicious activity, vehicles racing back and forth, males screaming at each other across the street, advised parties to be respectful to neighbors and keep voices down, Evansville.

Order for protection violation, person one came into residence and threatened to hurt comp and her boyfriend, threw her on the bed and left, Carlos.

ALEXANDRIA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Wednesday, June 14

Suspicious activity, comp stating there are two people trying to break into the building and keep buzzing her apartment, neighbors locked themselves out of building and were trying to contact comp to let them in.

Suspicious vehicle, there is a pickup on the railroad tracks, there is a train due through there in one hour on the main track, fell asleep watching the train, accidentally drove onto the tracks.

Check welfare of person, male sitting on south side of 82 wearing all black and smoking a cigarette, comp says he seemed upset, person was going to hang out in the area until his girlfriend gets to town to give him a ride.

Public assist, complaint on street curbs.

Suspicious vehicle, motorcycle left in lot over night.

Suspicious activity, anonymous complainant called crying stating there are people at arrested male's apartment taking stuff.

Public assist, escort baseball team out of town for state.

Public assist, reporting roommate broke some of her stuff and has been drinking, he is on probation.

Property damage crash, minor, Broadway St.

Theft, theft of car hauler, trailer was returned to comp’s farm and was unaware that it was parked in the weeds.

Attempted fraud/scam, scam phone call.

Public assist, property exchange.

Public assist, elderly female requesting an officer pick her umbrella up out of the ditch because the wind blew it there and she has a bad back, returned umbrella.

Runaway, son won't come home, she would like to sign him as a runaway.

Check welfare of person, would like his sons checked on, they are home alone and he can't get ahold of them, he is court ordered not to go there, no answer at the door, comp stated he would try to call them again in the morning.

Threats, comp's ex-boyfriend (person two) is threatening to kick the door in of her current boyfriend's (person one) home, person two advised he would be arrested for trespass if he went to either address.

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.

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