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Law Enforcement Blotter: June 17-19

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DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Friday, June 17

Assist other agency, 10th Avenue E.

Assist other agency, Main Street W, Osakis.

Assist other agency, Little Mary Circle SW.

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Assist other agency, Interstate 94, Brandon.

Suspicious activity, Little Oscar Road SW, Farwell.

Public assist, Berg Avenue NE.

Suspicious activity, caller states there is some sort of electronic in her car that she hasn't put there, spoke with caller's son, item has always been on car, West Lake Jessie Drive SE.

Driving complaint, red truck all over the road and almost hitting parked cars, person arrested for DWI, County Road 22 NW.

Driving complaint, vehicle all over the road, driving into the fields, County Road 4 SE.

Assist other agency, Pike Street W, Osakis.

Fire, lawnmower is on fire, Ash Avenue, Miltona.

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Suspicious person, male with no shirt looking into cars, Fifth Street E, Brandon.

Suspicious activity, strong chemical smell, appeared to be fertilizer or weed killer, County Road 58 NW, Brandon.

Saturday, June 18

Assist other agency, 10th Avenue E.

Public assist, lift assist, Central Avenue S, Brandon.

Assist other agency, Interstate 94.

Property damage crash, vehicle hit a sign, Hope Road SE, Nelson.

Property damage crash, caller accidentally backed into mailbox, Ridgeway Drive SW.

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Property damage crash, vehicle hit by train, no injuries, County Road 87 SE.

Public assist, County Road 23 SE.

Suspicious vehicle, motorcycle on the side of the road, no plate, no one around, County Road 11 SW, Farwell.

Public assist, County Road 42 NE.

Driving complaint, caller states black Chevy Silverado was tailgating him, State Highway 29 N.

Driving complaint, Maple Circle NW.

Public assist, caller wants to talk to a deputy about the Sheriff's Department driving on his property, Harmony Hills Drive NE.

Suspicious activity, intoxicated male in parking lot trying to start a fight, City of Kensington.

10-50 hit and run, reporting father-in-law's mailbox and others have been hit, State Highway 27 W, Kensington.

Assist other agency, Willow Road NE, Carlos.

Driving complaint, caller states vehicle swerving around and slammed on brakes hard enough to cause them to start smoking, County Road 61 NW.

Sunday, June 19

Public assist, parade, City of Kensington.

Suspicious activity, male party chased caller on foot and asked them to buy his jewelry and that he needed money to get home, County Road 3 NE, Carlos.

Assist other agency, Willow Road NE, Carlos.

Assist other agency, Interstate 94, Evansville.

Public assist, West Latoka Drive SW.

10-50 hit and run, vehicle hit caller's vehicle and left, County Road 87 SE.

Property damage crash, vehicle ran into building, party is sitting in truck scratching off lottery tickets, County Road 14 NE, Miltona.

Motorist assist, provided lights while waiting for tow, 34th Avenue W.

Driving complaint, vehicle swerving back and forth, South Lake Jessie Road SE.

Assist other agency, South Maple Lake Road SE, Glenwood.

Suspicious vehicle, State Highway 29 N.

ALEXANDRIA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Friday, June 17

Public assist, ride home from ER, Sixth Avenue W.

Assist other agency, Main Street, Miltona.

Suspicious activity, yesterday a male drove up to location and tried to speak to two children, Unumb Street.

Shoplifting, theft, trespassed, State Highway 29 S.

Shoplifting, cooperative shoplifter in custody, 50th Avenue W.

Public assist, caller would like to talk to officers about a male party making people uncomfortable at the ball fields, advised staff that he is allowed to be there unless a crime is reported, Pioneer Road SE.

Public assist, caller is wondering if there are any funds set aside that could help a homeless person, Elm Street.

Driving complaint, people almost hit and threatened by vehicle in parking lot, State Highway 29 S.

Public assist, caller is in a dispute over a sandwich and being asked to leave, caller will trespass person if problem continues, Broadway Street.

Property damage crash, minor crash, no injuries, Third Avenue E.

Suspicious activity, found a white substance, item was disposed, Twin Boulevard.

Juvenile trouble, Lark Street.

Shoplifting, male wearing cowboy hat stole shoes, 50th Avenue W.

Suspicious vehicle, City Park Road.

Saturday, June 18

Fraud, caller sent more than $1,000 in gift cards to a scammer, South McKay Avenue.

Fire, dumpster fire, Sixth Avenue E.

Suspicious activity, caller works for the post office and states person was upset his package wasn't delivered today and tried to force his way in through the back door, Elm Street.

Suspicious person, female was on the ground and now is walking north, Brookdale Drive SE.

Public assist, Sixth Avenue E.

Theft, gas drive-off, person will return to make payment, 50th Avenue W.

Suspicious person, female sitting in vehicle acting strange, yelling random things and flipping people off, Broadway Street.

Sunday, June 19

Public assist, ride from ER, 17th Avenue E.

Public assist, caller states that someone took over power of attorney from him without knowing and also falsified a utility bill, Fillmore Street.

Suspicious activity, someone tried to break into caller's cars overnight, Sixth Avenue E.

Suspicious activity, damage to vehicle, Sixth Avenue E.

Public assist, Unumb Drive.

Public assist, Fairground Road.

Juvenile trouble, caller states three kids threw a picnic table into the water at the beach and it is now submerged while they stand on it, picnic table back on shore, City Park Road.

Assist other agency, 50th Avenue W.

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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