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Law Enforcement Blotter: April 25-28

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DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Monday, April 25

Criminal damage to property, caller saw someone in a white Sedan with a baseball bat take out mailboxes, County Road 40 NW, Garfield.

Suspicious vehicle, vehicle parked at location in a bad spot, plate doesn't match vehicle, County Road 82 SE.

Criminal damage to property, front of mailbox has minor damage, Sanstead Street W, Garfield.

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Public assist, caller is looking for a gas voucher to get to appointment, referred to Social Services, Willow Road NE, Carlos.

Assist other agency, Third Avenue W.

Criminal damage to property, damaged mailbox, Douglas Street, Garfield.

Criminal damage to property, mailbox damage, Douglas Street, Garfield.

Criminal damage to property, mailbox damaged, Sanstead Street W, Garfield.

Driving complaint, vehicle all over the place, County Road 82 NW.

Driving complaint, two vehicles driving erratically in parking lot doing donuts, Brophy Landing NW.

Fire, dumpster smoldering, County Road 108 NW, Brandon.

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Criminal damage to property, mailbox was hit, County Road 82 NW, Garfield.

Theft, caller's ex broke into his house and grabbed some of her things and some of his things when he wasn't home, State Street S, Garfield.

Assist other agency, Third Avenue E.

Tuesday, April 26

Motorist assist, Interstate 94, Osakis.

Suspicious vehicle, white cargo van drove up caller's driveway, when the driver saw caller walking in his yard the van reversed back down the driveway and drove away slowly, Chippewa Heights NW, Brandon.

Public assist, Rambow Lane SE.

Public assist, caller would like to speak to a deputy about a sexual assault case involving himself, Seventh Avenue W.

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Public assist, Seventh Avenue W.

Assist other agency, Seventh Avenue W.

Public assist, gas drive-off, did not think it was intentional, County Road 14 NE, Miltona.

Suspicious activity, caller was following his daughter and her boyfriend after they were taking property from his house, Miltona Road NE, Miltona.

Public assist, caller in need of a gas card, Carlos Avenue, Carlos.

Suspicious vehicle, white car with red hood driving back and forth several times, East Lake Cowdry Road NW.

Assist other agency, 17th Avenue E.

Wednesday, April 27

Motorist assist, transported person to get gas, then assisted her to jump start car, County Road 45 SW.

Public assist, caller has questions about tinting her windows, Seventh Avenue W.

Public assist, lift assist, State Street, Evansville.

Assist other agency, Interstate 94 SW.

Criminal damage to property, caller states that person damaged the fence between the two properties, Le Homme Dieu Heights NE.

Public assist, caller would like to talk to an officer about a friend who is stranded in Evansville, County Road 82 NW, Evansville.

Thursday, April 28

Suspicious activity, an hour ago caller was laying in bed and heard a window open, did find a window open upstairs, walked around and didn't find anyone, Stowe Avenue, Brandon.

Suspicious vehicle, drivers met up to talk, 42nd Avenue W.

Criminal damage to property, caller just realized his truck has been vandalized and has hood damage, Stowe Lake Road NW, Evansville.

Suspicious person, tall male walking through neighborhood, Lakeside Drive SW.

Assist other agency, Sixth Avenue E.

Criminal damage to property, camper was broken into, window is shattered but door is locked, no forced entry or missing items on property, Lehn U Trail NW, Brandon.

Suspicious person, person walked through backyard early this morning, Lakeside Drive SW.

Assist other agency, 50th Avenue W.

Assist other agency, North McKay Avenue.

Suspicious activity, caller states that a car with a loud muffler and a light that went all the way across the back was shining a spotlight into his yard and pulled in his driveway twice, 10th Avenue SW.

ALEXANDRIA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Monday, April 25

Public assist, caller states that person left for a walk more than five hours ago and has not returned, Sixth Avenue W.

Drug-related activity, Kenwood Street.

Juvenile trouble, Maple Street.

Suspicious activity, North McKay Avenue.

Attempted fraud, received a call Friday from someone impersonating a DCSO deputy, Cherry Lane Court NE.

Public assist, meth or molly found in the center console of person's truck in a zip lock bag, Third Avenue W.

Attempted fraud, caller received a phone call from someone impersonating a deputy, Wildflower Lane NE.

Attempted fraud, caller was scammed out of money over the Internet/Facebook, Seventh Avenue E.

Property damage crash, minor crash, no injuries, 22nd Avenue E.

Property damage crash, no injuries, are blocking, 22nd Avenue E.

Public assist, Third Avenue W.

Driving complaint, McAuliffe Place NW.

Suspicious vehicle, caller has video of vehicle doing strange things in his parking lot, Turning Leaf Lane SW.

Public assist, caller requesting to speak with an officer about break-ins at his rental properties, Third Avenue W.

Driving complaint, concerned citizen observing many vehicles not stop at intersection, wants to speak with someone, Sixth Avenue E.

Public assist, caller states a renter is supposed to be moving out and believes a renter urinated in his freezer all over his frozen meat, Sixth Avenue E.

Driving complaint, blue Suburban with a tire almost falling off is parked in a handicapped spot, citation issued, Voyager Drive.

Public assist, bought a trailer and tried to transfer the title, DMV would not transfer the title, Third Avenue W.

Property damage crash, blocking, no injuries, 10th Avenue W.

Public assist, Broadway Street.

Motorist assist, caller blew a tire and can't get it changed, Oak Knoll Drive NE.

Fraud, caller believes her ex is opening account under her five-year-old's credit, Skyline Drive NE.

Attempted fraud, call from someone stating they are a deputy, Knut Street.

Personal injury crash, two vehicles, 34th Avenue E.

Property damage crash, door ding, State Highway 29 S.

Fire, vehicle fire in driveway, Melody Lane SE.

Suspicious person, male tried to step in front of caller's car, Third Avenue E.

Tuesday, April 26

Public assist, Kenwood Drive.

Juvenile trouble, fifth degree controlled substance, small amount of marijuana, nicotine device, Pioneer Road SE.

Public assist, caller wanting to vent about probation system, Third Avenue W.

Public assist, caller states he needs a ride to the food shelter and has no money, unable to provide ride due to liability reasons, 22nd Avenue W.

Public assist, caller would like to speak to the sergeant about a ticket his daughter received, Runestone Avenue.

Drug-related activity, caller states a female is smoking meth in the bathroom, South Broadway Street.

Drug-related activity, heavy smell of weed in the hallway, Seventh Avenue E.

Driving complaint, black Buick driven by an elderly lady southbound in northbound lane, State Highway 29 S.

Shoplifting, persons one and two were trespassed from the store, Northside Drive NE.

Assist other agency, Darling Heights Place NW.

Suspicious vehicle, vehicle parked there for more than a week with no one around, person lives in the area and unable to get down driveway due to the mud, Darling Avenue E.

Public assist, Third Avenue W.

Suspicious activity, caller was working out last Wednesday for approximately an hour and a male was there taking pictures of her, 30th Avenue W.

Driving complaint, person arrested for second degree DWI, Hawthorne Street.

Shoplifting, person cited for shoplifting, three people trespassed, 50th Avenue W.

Assist other agency, 17th Avenue E.

Public assist, transport person home from ER, 12th Avenue E.

Public assist, caller has his card stuck in the gas pump, South McKay Avenue.

Wednesday, April 27

Suspicious activity, caller states his cousin pulled a gun on him, Hawthorne Street.

Public assist, caller states she found a male wandering by her lilacs and he's not making any sense, caller is currently feeding him bacon and eggs, person transported to his home, Ash Street.

Public assist, caller states a gentleman took his wallet from him a couple days ago, Nokomis Street.

Suspicious vehicle, vehicle pulled over on shoulder, unoccupied and unlocked, not blocking, 34th Avenue E.

Public assist, caller stating her cousin or the police took her car, McAuliffe Place NW.

Suspicious vehicle, vehicle parked in an odd place, Darling Avenue E.

Attempted fraud, caller is getting calls from someone trying to scam her out of money, North Nokomis NE.

Property damage crash, no injuries, Fourth Avenue W.

Driving complaint, Malibu possibly driving erratically and passing in no passing zone, Third Avenue E.

10-50 hit and run, caller's vehicle was hit in town and has the license plate of the vehicle that hit her, Hawthorne Street.

Suspicious activity, Lake Street.

Suspicious person, State Highway 29 S.

Assist other agency, State Highway 29 S.

Assist other agency, Interstate 94 SW.

Suspicious activity, yelling racial slurs at kids, caller thinks they are stalking them, Lark Street.

Shoplifting, four juvenile males in office, 50th Avenue W.

Public assist, receiving suspicious text messages, Unumb Street.

Public assist, caller states that people are homeless and looking for assistance, was advised to contact West Central Community Actions, North McKay Avenue.

Suspicious person, male behind building, found broken pipe with possible stolen merchandise, person informed he is trespassed from business, Third Avenue E.

Suspicious activity, caller is at work and was told by a neighbor that person is pounding on her door trying to open it, spoke with person, who was in her apartment, denies pounding on anyone's door, Fillmore Street.

Thursday, April 28

Suspicious activity, main office sounded like someone is trying to open front door, Aga Drive.

Juvenile trouble, North McKay Avenue.

Attempted fraud, a staff member allowed a hacker into their computer system last night, State Highway 29 S.

Public assist, Seventh Avenue E.

Suspicious activity, caller said wires on his trailer were cut, North McKay Avenue.

Public assist, caller talked about a suspicious vehicle with an Iowa plate that was in his neighborhood, Third Avenue W.

Assist other agency, Nokomis Street.

Public assist, rocks left on caller's property now that the snow has melted from private plowing company, North Nokomis Street.

Suspicious person, out of control customer at the front, person trespassed from store, State Highway 29 S.

Driving complaint, blue truck racing up Jefferson, Jefferson Street.

Assist other agency, Sixth Avenue E.

Property damage crash, resident hit caller's car and left but is supposed to be coming back, Unumb Street.

Property damage crash, no injuries, Third Avenue E.

Drug-related activity, caller states a tenant was evicted and still won't leave and now the other tenants are saying she is cooking meth, Tolena Road NE.

Juvenile trouble, four minors in garage smoking weed and trying to pick a fight with caller, Ridgeview Terrace NE.

Suspicious person, male party believed to have left a crack pipe there yesterday is back, Third Avenue E.

Shoplifting, male took arrowheads and other items, then took off on foot, person arrested on warrant, cited for theft, trespassed from store, 50th Avenue W.

Fire, shed fire, North McKay Avenue.

Suspicious vehicle, vehicle parked in front of exit to the pipeline, Third Avenue W.

Criminal damage to property, caller came home and found property broken and thrown around yard, Tolena Road NE.

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

Travis Gulbrandson covers several beats, including Osakis School Board and Osakis City Council, along with the Brandon-Evansville School Board. His focus will also be on crime and court news.
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