DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Monday, Nov. 8

Motorist assist, person pulled over to take a nap, Interstate 94, Osakis.

Suspicious activity, caller found an arrow sticking straight up in his yard, concerned that someone had shot it straight up in the air, Donway Drive NE.

Public assist, Central Avenue N, Brandon.

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Assist other agency, State Highway 27 W.

Assist other agency, County Road 14 NE, Parkers Prairie.

Public assist, County Road 40 NW, Garfield.

Fire, grass fire, Sundance Circle NW.

Assist other agency, State Highway 29 N.

Assist other agency, Interstate 94.

Tuesday, Nov. 9

Assist other agency, Fairgrounds Road.

Assist other agency, State Highway 29 S.

Attempted fraud, caller heard from someone stating a UPS truck would be there to give him a cash prize for a fee, knew it was a scam, 3rd Street SE.

Fire, garbage can smoldering, melting, West Latoka Drive SW.

Public assist, County Road 17 SE.

Theft, bad check, County Road 94 SW, Holmes City.

Fire, vehicle fire, Carneva Acres NE.

Assist other agency, State Highway 29 S.

Theft, bowfishing bow taken from a trailer, Linden Avenue.

Suspicious activity, male came up to front door with his cellphone flashlight on, stood there for a minute, looked around, then walked back to his vehicle and drove away, Erickson Heritage NE.

Driving complaint, loud truck, County Road 23 SE.

Suspicious vehicle, Interstate 94.

Assist other agency, 6th Avenue E.

Wednesday, Nov. 10

Theft, mail stolen from multiple addresses in Douglas County, 7th Avenue W.

Public assist, County Road 18 NE, Eagle Bend.

Assist other agency, Tomten Road, Parkers Prairie.

Public assist, State Highway 29 S.

Fraud, caller received a credit card in the mail that he has not applied for, Loken Lane SW.

Theft, catalytic converters cut off cars in lot, County Road 82 SE, Nelson.

Stolen vehicle, stolen skid loader trailer, Maple Island Drive SE, Glenwood.

Fraud, concern of fraud on credit cards, Sunshine Lane NW, Brandon.

Public assist, 7th Avenue W.

Attempted fraud, caller got a text and thinks it is connected to her fraud call, County Road 9 NE, Nelson.

Thursday, Nov. 11

Suspicious activity, 7th Avenue W.

Public assist, North Douglas Avenue, Carlos.

Assist other agency, 17th Avenue E.

Assist other agency, Interstate 94, Evansville.

ALEXANDRIA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Monday, Nov. 8

Public assist, Darling Avenue E.

Suspicious activity, male walking and thinks someone is following him, 14th Avenue E.

Suspicious person, male party sleeping under the table in laundry room, Broadway Street.

Juvenile trouble, North McKay Avenue.

Public assist, 3rd Avenue W.

Theft, employee theft, Evergreen Lane SW.

Drug-related activity, maintenance cleaning out townhome and found a bag with suspicious substance in it, 7th Avenue E.

Fraud, caller states someone from New York logged into his fiance's PayPal account and made a purchase, Runestone Avenue.

Suspicious activity, caller believes that a male party is stealing bikes in the neighborhood, Bryant Street.

Suspicious activity, caller thinks there are several males coming in through his kitchen window, 6th Avenue E.

Hit and run, vehicle hit in the garage, Pioneer Road SE.

Fraud, City of Alexandria.

Property damage crash, crash with charter van, no injuries, Birch Avenue.

Theft, North Nokomis NE.

Public assist, Aga Drive.

Juvenile trouble, Pioneer Road SE.

Suspicious activity, Unumb Street.

Suspicious activity, believes someone downloaded something to her vehicle screen, State Highway 29 S.

Assist other agency, 7th Avenue E.

Suspicious activity, male walked into caller's house and asked her a question, State Highway 29 N.

Public assist, State Highway 29 N.

Shoplifting, male took a soda and a bag of chips, 3rd Avenue E.

Fire, State Highway 29 N.

Theft, Lake Street.

Suspicious activity, caller hears a fire alarm going off, Willow Drive.

Tuesday, Nov. 9

Suspicious activity, male with blood on his head, State Highway 29 S.

Criminal damage to property, North McKay Avenue.

Public assist, 8th Avenue E.

Driving complaint, person flinging stuff out of a trailer on the road, Le Homme Dieu Drive.

Property damage crash, no injuries, 50th Avenue W.

Suspicious activity, caller believes someone has been living in a van in the parking lot for over a month, Hawthorne Street.

Juvenile trouble, Voyager Drive.

Public assist, Elm Street.

Suspicious activity, person found a hand grenade when unpacking boxes in his new apartment, South Broadway Street.

Hit and run, loaner car was hit and mirror was damaged, Broadway Street.

Property damage crash, minor crash, South McKay Avenue.

Public assist, 6th Avenue W.

Suspicious activity, Elm Street.

Fraud, Lake Street.

Public assist, 3rd Avenue W.

Suspicious activity, male on a bike came to caller's door and rang the bell and after five minutes tried to open the door, Nissen Street.

Driving complaint, South Broadway Street.

Public assist, 10th Avenue E.

Assist other agency, Aga Drive.

10-50 with one vehicle, semi went through fence and is taking off, 6th Avenue E.

Wednesday, Nov. 10

Public assist, State Highway 29 S.

10-50 with two or more vehicles, minor crash, Pioneer Road SE.

Theft, package stolen, 6th Avenue E.

Public assist, Glenn Road NW.

Motorist assist, car broke down in turn lane, Broadway Street.

Fraud, Glenn Road NW.

Criminal damage to property, caller states other driver slammed their car door into her car and took off running, 50th Avenue W.

Fraud, Willow Drive.

Attempted fraud, possible financial exploitation of vulnerable adult, 6th Avenue E.

Motorist assist, vehicle ran out of gas, 3rd Avenue E.

Public assist, 30th Avenue E.

Thursday, Nov. 11

Theft, State Highway 29 S.

Public assist, 50th Avenue W.

Drug-related activity, vape will be placed into evidence for destruction, Northside Drive NE.

Public assist, 34th Avenue W.

Juvenile trouble, North McKay Avenue.

Public assist, Pioneer Road SE.

Public assist, Oak Knoll Drive NE.

Criminal damage to property, someone jumped on hood and dented it, State Highway 29 S.

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