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Law Enforcement Blotter: July 22-24

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DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Friday, July 22

Suspicious activity, gate open with lights on in shed, County Road 82 NW, Evansville.

Driving complaint, vehicle all over the road, County Road 19 NW, Ashby.

Public assist, Lakeside Drive SW.

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Suspicious activity, North Douglas Avenue, Carlos.

Attempted fraud, Carlos Darling Drive NE.

Public assist, neighbor has dog kennel, does not clean it out, First Avenue, Miltona.

Suspicious person, male walking around the area aimlessly, County Road 23 SE.

Suspicious vehicle, vehicle driving by house very slowly, County Road 82 NW.

Suspicious activity, male keeps lighting things on fire in her front yard, First Avenue W, Evansville.

Driving complaint, Chevy keeps doing burnouts, County Road 4 SE.

Saturday, July 23

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Suspicious vehicle, vehicle sitting at Yield sign for at least 15-20 minutes, Maple Island Drive SE, Glenwood.

Assist other agency, County Road 40 NW, Garfield.

Assist other agency, West Street, Garfield.

Suspicious activity, Lakeside Drive SW.

Public assist, Rachel Shores SW, Farwell.

Assist other agency, Fourth Avenue E.

Assist other agency, 15th Avenue E.

Sunday, July 24

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Suspicious activity, juveniles throwing stuff at caller's house, County Road 11 NE.

Assist other agency, Interstate 94.

Motorist assist, vehicle partially into turn lane, no one around, 81st Avenue NW.

Suspicious activity, male trespassing, Second Avenue W, Evansville.

Property damage crash, County Road 22 NW, Garfield.

Driving complaint, vehicle speeding, Storage Lane NE, Carlos.

Assist other agency, Aga Drive.

Assist other agency, Shepard Road NW.

Assist other agency, Nokomis Street.

Attempted fraud, caller being blackmailed over some photos, Sioux Lane SE.

ALEXANDRIA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Friday, July 22

Assist other agency, Lakeside Drive SW.

Suspicious activity, Fillmore Street.

Public assist, North McKay Avenue.

Personal injury crash, Third Avenue E.

Public assist, person is lost, Third Avenue W.

Public assist, Maple Street.

Public assist, caller thinks someone let the air out of his tire, South Broadway Street.

Saturday, July 23

Suspicious vehicle, unoccupied, Dakota Street.

Public assist, transported person, 17th Avenue E.

Suspicious activity, Broadway Street.

Motorist assist, van in turn lane, Third Avenue E.

Motorist assist, vehicle stuck in the mud, 18th Avenue W.

Public assist, Broadway Street.

Drug-related activity, smoking glass pipe in gray car, State Highway 29 S.

Motorist assist, female stuck in the mud, 18th Avenue W.

Theft, Elm Street.

Driving complaint, vehicle swerving all over lane, Third Avenue E.

Motorist assist, ran out of gas, County Road 45 SW.

Drug-related activity, caller found what looks like a meth pipe, Nokomis Street.

Public assist, ATM ate customer's card, Third Avenue E.

Theft, caller lost wallet, State Highway 29 S.

Sunday, July 24

Assist other agency, Interstate 94.

Assist other agency, Interstate 94.

Suspicious person, homeless person sleeping in grass, State Highway 29 S.

Public assist, Ridgewood Drive NW.

Attempted fraud, Marketplace scam, Lochmist Lane NW.

Driving complaint, erratic driving, Lake Street.

Personal injury crash, 50th Avenue W.

Suspicious person, male acting strange, Second Avenue E.

Theft, caller believes somebody stole her phone, Broadway Street.

Suspicious person, person in the area looking into a truck, Fillmore Street.

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

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