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Law Enforcement Blotter: Wednesday, December 27

DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Wednesday, December 27

Fire, chimney, Alex.

Stolen vehicle, semi and trailer missing, not stolen, civil issue, Nelson.

Suspicious activity, has two or three of his smoke detectors going off but says there is no fire or smoke and he's unsure how to take care of them, Alex.

Suspicious activity, caller reporting his phones are being tracked and that someone is leeching wifi off of his Dish Network, advised these things are not possible and to obtain a restraining order, Carlos.

Public assist, comp reporting water flowing from a valve on the neighbor's house, it is a rental and there is nobody around for quite some time, Alex.

Property damage crash, Pocket Lake Rd SW/Teal Trl SW, Lowry.

Harassment, comp is receiving harassing phone calls, Alex.

Public assist, needs to notify a deputy of staying at a different residence tonight, Alex.

ALEXANDRIA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Wednesday, December 27

Check welfare of person, caller concerned for the living conditions of two children, caller reporting the mother is a drug user and that the children have had lice multiple times recently.

Fraud, comp was told by local Utah police to call APD for identity fraud and credit fraud.

Fire, sprinkler frozen in building, requesting assistance in shutting down alarm system.

Fraud, reporting the tanning place keeps taking money out of her account and they are never open.

Traveler’s aid, comp is from Carlos and is looking for dog food, advised to talk to neighbors.

Check welfare of person, has not been able to reach mother, all OK.

Check welfare of person, female wandering around parking lot and looking confused, gave ride home.

Public assist, water freezing on Nokomis, looks like coming from building, spoke with owner of building who stated it was a sump pump, he will get it shut off 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.

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