DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Tuesday, Nov. 12
Property damage crash, vehicle versus deer, County Road 3, Carlos.
Assist other agency, semi ditch, no injuries, Interstate 94, mile marker 95.
Property damage crash, vehicle versus deer, County Road 6 NW, Garfield.
Attempt to locate, stolen vehicle reported from the city of Starbuck.
Property damage crash, vehicle versus deer, County Road 17 SE.
Theft, caller reported theft of water after water was shut off, Carlos.
Attempted fraud, caller reported receiving three letters from different overseas addresses from company that is trying to scam people, caller has not lost out on any money, Miltona.
Motorist assist, vehicle parked in southbound lane with hood up, nobody around, County Road 7 SW, Kensington.
Noise complaint/disturbance, report of female with aggressive behavior at business, 8th Avenue W.
Suspicious activity, caller reported two males were knocking on the door, told caller they were out of antifreeze, seemed nervous and left, County Road 21 SW.
Property damage crash, vehicle versus deer, Botzet Road NE, Carlos.
Property damage crash, vehicle versus deer, County Road 34 NW.
Property damage crash, vehicle versus deer, County Road 24 NW, Evansville.
Property damage crash, vehicle versus deer, Highway 27.
ALEXANDRIA POLICE DEPARTMENT
Tuesday, Nov. 12
Property damage crash, two vehicles, minor, Elm Street.
Shoplifting, report of adult female shoplifter in custody, cited for theft, Highway 29 S.
Property damage crash, caller hit awning, Highway 29 S.
Abandoned vehicle, report of vehicle with windows busted out of it sitting at location for more than a month, 3rd Avenue E.
Fraud, report of credit card stolen and used in metro area, South L'Homme Dieu Drive NE.
Theft, caller reported theft of a poster, Fillmore Street.
Suspicious activity, caller reported vehicle stopped by house, two males got out and practiced/pretended to shoot at the house, caller got information from a relative, 6th Avenue E.
Suspicious persons, caller reported three males running through her yard toward downtown, 5th Avenue E.
This is not a comprehensive report of all local law enforcement activity, rather, a brief recap of daily calls for service.