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Law Enforcement Blotter: July 8-10

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DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Friday, July 8

Assist other agency, Oak Street.

Property damage crash, trailer tangled in an overhead wire, Latoka Drive SW.

Public assist, Seventh Avenue W.

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Juvenile trouble, teenagers harassing caller,

Saturday, July 9

Suspicious activity, two people tried to break into garage, Golden Gate Avenue SE.

Public assist, Park Street, Garfield.

Assist other agency, Seventh Avenue W.

Driving complaint, County Road 17 SE.

Suspicious activity, two people crossed over construction fence, Second Avenue W, Evansville.

Theft, gas drive-off, State Highway 29 N.

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Driving complaint, Jeep driving erratically, Interstate 94, Brandon.

Assist other agency, Edgewater Drive.

Assist other agency, City Park Road.

Assist other agency, Sixth Avenue E.

Driving complaint, car almost caused head-on crash, Pike Road NE.

Sunday, July 10

Public assist, lift assist, North Lake Mary Drive SW.

Motorist assist, 30th Avenue W.

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Theft, gas drive-off, State Highway 29 N.

Assist other agency, 11th Avenue E.

Assist other agency, County Road 22 NW.

Suspicious activity, female is trying to get into a house, Castle Lane SE.

Suspicious activity, SUV stuck behind barn, Mallard Lane NW.

ALEXANDRIA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Friday, July 8

Suspicious activity, reporting people hanging out in south end of the lot, State Highway 29 S.

Public assist, gave a ride home, 17th Avenue E.

Public assist, assist with a tow, Sixth Avenue E.

Property damage crash, minor crash, Sixth Avenue E.

Shoplifting, miscommunication, no assistance needed, 50th Avenue W.

Criminal damage to property, female patient did damage to facility, Eighth Avenue E.

Public assist, wheelchair stuck in grass, Lake Street.

Public assist, State Highway 29 S.

Driving complaint, Sixth Avenue E.

Assist other agency, 12th Avenue E.

Theft, stolen license plates, catalytic converter, Aga Drive.

Suspicious vehicle, concerned car was abandoned, Fifth Avenue E.

Suspicious person, male caught trying to steal bike, male said he was fixing the bike, came back to residence and now threatening caller with nunchucks, South McKay Avenue.

Assist other agency, Seventh Avenue W.

Suspicious activity, Sixth Avenue E.

Saturday, July 9

Assist other agency, State Highway 29 S.

Property damage crash, vehicle backed into another vehicle, 34th Avenue W.

Public assist, City Park Road.

Public assist, Broadway Street.

Attempted fraud, Third Avenue W.

Public assist, questions about a trespass order, Third Avenue W.

Suspicious vehicle, vehicle in an area, caller doesn't believe it belongs there, Oak Knoll Drive NE.

Juvenile trouble, City Park Road.

Property damage crash, Third Avenue E.

Public assist, Third Avenue W.

Suspicious activity, 10th Avenue E.

Sunday, July 10

Juvenile trouble, three kids playing ding-dong ditch, Whispering Oaks Drive NE.

Assist other agency, East Lake Geneva Road NE.

Public assist, lift assist, Darling Avenue E.

Property damage crash, minor crash, Third Avenue E.

Theft, gas drive-off, unintentional, 50th Avenue W.

Public assist, questions about the eviction process, Third Avenue W.

Theft, State Highway 29 S.

Public assist, caller would like to make a complaint on officers, City of Alexandria.

Motorist assist, car stalled at intersection, Fifth Avenue W.

10-50 with pedestrian, caller saw an elderly female hit an elderly gentleman with her vehicle, South Broadway Street.

Suspicious vehicle, City Park Road.

Property damage crash, Third Avenue E.

10-52 with other property, vehicle ran into power pole, County Road 22 NW.

Assist other agency, Castle Lane SE.

Public assist, North Quincy Street.

Public assist, Third Avenue W.

Assist other agency, Cardinal Lane SW.

Assist other agency, Castle Lane SE.

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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