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Law Enforcement Blotter: Sept. 6

DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Thursday, Sept. 6

Suspicious vehicle, caller reported vehicle in parking lot sitting with its lights off, Nelson.

Suspicious person, caller reported a male was ducking around vehicles in parking lot, lurking around, person talked to, stated he wanted to speak with staff about his wedding plans, Carlos.

Motorist assist/stall, vehicle on side of road checked on, stalled on driver, will get the vehicle in the morning.

Fraud, caller reported daughter sold some of his belongings to pawn shop in Twin Cities, has questions for deputy about this issue.

Driving complaint, trucks driving too fast through town, Millerville.

Burglary, caller reported theft of tool box and tools from his garage, Brandon.

Animal complaint, caller reported cows in a field they shouldn’t be in.

Suspicious activity, caller reported man standing in traffic, person was transported to hospital, possible overdose, Nelson.

Property damage crash, caller reported vehicle off the road, unknown injuries, Grove Lake Road SW, Highway 55, Kensington.

Personal injury crash, caller reported vehicle in ditch, possible broken leg, bleeding on head, County Road 5 NW, SIlver Lane NW, Evansville.

Crash, caller reported two people on bikes hit each other, one has leg pain and is dizzy, County Road 120 NW, Highway 29 N.

Suspicious activity, caller wanted to report potential drug activity in parking lot across from caller’s house.

Property damage crash, caller reported vehicle hit a fox, would like an accident report, minor crash, County Road 38 NE, Highway 29 N.

Burning complaint, caller stated neighbor was having a huge bonfire, about 10-feet wide.

Animal complaint, caller reported dog outside alone barking all day, Miltona.

ALEXANDRIA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Thursday, Sept. 6

Motorist assist/stall, stalled vehicle in eastbound turn lane, pushed off roadway.

Suspicious person, caller reported homeless man confronting a worker when they were opening up the store.

Parking in no parking zone, parking ticket issued.

Suspicious person, caller reported vehicle at mailboxes with male party passed out inside, North McKay Avenue.

Property damage crash, two vehicles, minor crash report, 3rd Avenue W.

Property damage crash, two vehicles, minor crash report, 7th Avenue E., Temple Street.

Driving complaint, caller reported he saw an older driver go through roundabout backward, caller stated the driver has done this before, caller followed driver to house and got license information and address, caller wants driver spoken to about how to property drive through roundabout, officer met with driver, explained how roundabouts work.

Suspicious activity, caller stated there are two mattresses in a parking lot, area checked and there were four mattresses in parking lot by garages.

Driving complaint, caller was in middle of crosswalk with daycare kids, vehicle tried to go through while there were there.

Suspicious person, caller reported male in truck, sitting outside smoking, walking around.

Property damage crash, someone backed into caller in parking lot, no injuries, minor crash, Broadway Street.

Attempted fraud/scam, caller received a suspicious call about her credit card, checked on, appeared to not be a fraud, was police department in Kansas trying to contact caller.

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

Celeste Edenloff

Celeste is a reporter for the Alexandria Echo Press and has lived in the Alexandria Lakes Area since 1997. She first worked for the Echo Press as a reporter from 1999 to 2011, and returned in June 2016 to report on the community she calls home. Besides writing articles for the Echo Press, she has a blog, “Newspaper Girl on the Run.” Celeste is on a continuous healthy living journey and loves to teach bootcamp fitness classes and run. She has participated in more than 200 races with her husband, Al, covering the 5K, 10K, 10-mile and half-marathon (13.1 mile) distances.

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