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Law enforcement blotter: Tuesday, January 2


Tuesday, January 2

Public assist, eviction, Alex.

Public assist, property retrieval, Alex.

Property damage crash, Co Rd 24 NW, Evansville.

Public assist, comp needs a ride to location to pick up personal belongings and her car, Alex.

Prowler, about an hour ago there was someone outside the residence, Alex.


Tuesday, January 2

Check welfare of person, comp stating she came to help her daughter because her baby was fussy and now she cannot get in the house or in touch with her daughter, party was sleeping.

Theft, party left without paying bill.

Property damage crash, 22nd Ave W.

Public assist, someone came in and stole her silverware.

Suspicious activity, male states there are a couple of females in his apartment and they shouldn't be there.

Suspicious activity, comp was driving by and sees the front door kicked in and a cat on a leash rope tied up in front.

Property damage crash, State Hwy 29 S.

Suspicious activity,

comp would like an officer to come and speak with the ladies at the office regarding male in apt building and some suspicious activity going on.

Public assist, person one having issues with fish house trailer.

Theft, speakers stolen.

Order for protection violation, comp states her ex tried to add their daughter on Snapchat.

Theft, party won’t give back laptop.

Property damage crash, 10th Ave E/Jefferson St.

Check welfare of person, mental health nurse wants a check on person one, person was fine.

Property damage crash, Co Rd 22 NW.

Suspicious activity, comp states they would like a party escorted off the premises.


Public assist, gas drive off.  

Drug-related activity, strong smell of marijuana.

Public assist, his wife is using his handicap placard at Walmart and he wants it back.

Stolen vehicle, person one arrested.

Theft, suspects from credit card theft in the store buying items.

Suicide threats, 15-year-old male feeling like hurting himself.

Suicide threats, transported to ER.

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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