DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Thursday, October 1

Suspicious vehicle, driver said the vehicle was having issues and running out of gas, Burlington Road NW, Brandon.

Suspicious activity, caller reported someone trying to access her house through the screen door, County Road 82 NW.

Trespassing complaint, caller reported someone taking over a deer stand on his hunting land, County Road 86 SE.

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Public assist, Greenquist Road NW, Evansville.

Suspicious person, caller reported someone in the ditch, County Road 97 SW, Farwell.

Assist other agency, 200th Avenue.

Assist other agency, 2nd Avenue E.

Property damage crash, vehicle versus deer, Interstate 94, mile marker 106.

Assist other agency, Highway 46.

Assist other agency, 9th Avenue E.

ALEXANDRIA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Thursday, October 1

Public assist, Ridgeview Terrace NE.

Theft, report of stolen American flag, 8th Avenue W.

Theft, caller reported someone stealing money from his account, Spruce Street.

Theft, caller reported stolen Halloween decorations, 5th Avenue E.

Theft, caller reported stolen political signs, Fillmore Street.

Fraud, 6th Avenue E.

Theft, caller reported stolen political signs, Natures Trail.

Theft, caller reported stolen go-cart, Redbird Lane SE.

Public assist, Chipmunk Lane NE.

Theft, caller reported items stolen from her office, Jefferson Street.

Traffic hazard, caller requested traffic control while working on traffic lights, 22nd Avenue E.

Public assist, 50th Avenue W.

Parking complaint, Hawthorne Street.

Theft, caller reported stolen political sign, Kenwood Street.

Juvenile trouble, caller reported juvenile party, 34th Avenue E.

Assist other agency, 2nd Avenue E.

Driving complaint, caller reported vehicle doing a 360 and nearly hitting another vehicle, 2nd Avenue E.

Theft, caller reported stolen political signs, 8th Avenue E.

Public assist, 6th Avenue E.

Driving complaint, caller reported vehicle running people off the road, 3rd Avenue E.

Fire, caller reported car on fire but it was a contained bonfire, 9th Avenue E.

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