DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Monday, Jan. 27

Assist other agency, 5th Avenue E.

Vehicle in ditch, 5th Avenue W.

Fraud, caller reported an email fraud, West Latoka Drive SW.

Fraud, person reported scam by company pretending to be another company, County Road 22 NW, Garfield.

Parking in no parking zone, Evansville.

Suspicious activity, caller had suspicious activity around his house with a missing garage door opener and his door being open, Hidden Oaks Lane NW.

Suspicious person, caller reported man running eastbound on road, County Road 3 NE, Carlos.

Snowmobile complaint, caller reported snowmobilers were on their property, Buckskin Road NE, Carlos.

Assist other agency, 3rd Avenue E.

Suspicious vehicle, Front Street E., Brandon.

ALEXANDRIA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Monday, Jan. 27

Public assist, 8th Avenue E.

Property damage crash, two vehicles, Bryant Street.

Public assist, Highway 29 N.

Property damage crash, two vehicles, 22nd Avenue E.

Public assist, Unumb Street.

Snowmobile complaint, report of snowmobile driver not having a permit, 7th Avenue E.

Public assist, 17th Avenue E.

Public assist, Broadway Street.

Suspicious activity, caller has concerns about traffic going in and out, Elm Street.

Suspicious activity, Fillmore Street.

Parking complaint, 6th Avenue E.

Drug related activity, caller found small baggies with some type of crystals, Hawthorne Street.

Driving complaint, caller reported driver in front has been texting and driving, all over the road, 3rd Avenue W.

Suspicious activity, caller reported homeowner is gone, but looks like someone is at residence, Ridgewood Drive NW.

Suspicious activity, caller reported multiple calls ordering food from bad numbers, Broadway Street.

Assist other agency, 4th Avenue E.

Driving complaint, caller reported driver going slow, stopped in middle of the road, 3rd Avenue E.

Driving complaint, driver stopped in business, smelled of alcohol, had difficulty walking, Broadway Street.

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