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Law Enforcement Blotter: May 23-26

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DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Monday, May 23

Suspicious activity, two teens fooling around in red Impala at access, Lake Burgen.

Assist other agency, Donovan Drive.

Public assist, County Road 40 NW, Garfield.

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Driving complaint, car all over the road, driving in the shoulder, County Road 82 NW, Garfield.

Motorist assist, car died, driver jump-started it and was good to go, Third Avenue E.

Suspicious vehicle, driver was driving around businesses very slowly, elderly gentleman lost, 50th Avenue W.

Tuesday, May 24

Assist other agency, Seventh Avenue E.

Assist other agency, Second Avenue E.

Motorist assist, vehicle couldn't make turn with the farm equipment, has someone coming to pull him out, County Road 1 SW, Kensington.

Suspicious vehicle, West Cemetery Road SE, Osakis.

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Theft, taken some time during the night were two totes with soap and degreaser, south Nelson Street, Nelson.

Public assist, West Lake Cowdry Road NW.

Public assist, question about an uncle's vehicle that has been sitting on his parents property for 20 years, uncle won't move it, East Lake Carlos Drive NE, Carlos.

Assist other agency, County Road 22 NW.

Suspicious activity, caller found inappropriate conversations with 12-year-old daughter on her computer, Shadow Lane SE.

Suspicious person, person on a bike, 34th Avenue W.

Wednesday, May 25

10-52 with one vehicle, vehicle in ditch, Interstate 94, Osakis.

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Driving complaint, caller states person is driving and shouldn't because he blew four times over the limit, Carla Drive SW.

Public assist, Park Street, Garfield.

Assist other agency, North McKay Avenue.

Driving complaint, vehicle doing burnouts, Queens Road SE.

Assist other agency, Seventh Avenue W.

Public assist, Schuelke Beach Road NW, Miltona.

Fraud, person scammed out of a large amount of money, Yanda Drive SE.

Assist other agency, Third Avenue W, Osakis.

Property damage crash, caller witnessed a semi sideswipe a tractor and then drive into a ditch, Bird Lake Road NE, Osakis.

Assist other agency, Seventh Avenue E.

Motorist assist, driver pulled vehicle over to talk on the phone, County Road 56 NW, Brandon.

Thursday, May 26

Suspicious person, male party just about got hit near location, County Road 82 NW, Brandon.

Theft, theft of tools from work trailer, Parview Lane NE, Miltona.

Suspicious activity, State Street, Evansville.

Assist other agency, Main Street W, Osakis.

Public assist, West Lake Cowdry Road NW.

Driving complaint, vehicle all over the road and driving 75 miles an hour, 70th Street NW, Garfield.

Assist other agency, Seventh Avenue W.

Suspicious activity, caller believes someone is poaching deer on his property, Willow Road NE, Carlos.

Assist other agency, 11th Avenue W.

Assist other agency, Maple Street.

Driving complaint, truck doing donuts at intersection, County Road 9 NE.

ALEXANDRIA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Monday, May 23

Public assist, caller states his friend took his speaker and won't give it back, Willow Drive.

Assist other agency, Reeds Villa Lane SW.

Theft, over the weekend both caller's license plates were missing, State Highway 29 N.

Motorist assist, pulled over to talk on the phone, 34th Avenue E.

Public assist, 14th Avenue W.

Attempted fraud, caller received a text offering him a job, checked it out and it was a scam, Fairgrounds Road.

Public assist, South McKay Avenue.

Public assist, Nokomis Street.

10-50 hit and run, minor crash, Pioneer Road SE.

Motorist assist, gave male a ride to get gas, County Club Heights Road NW.

Suspicious activity, caller drove by and saw a younger boy holding a rifle, wanted it checked out, North McKay Avenue.

Property damage crash, minor crash, 44th Avenue W.

Suspicious activity, truck drove down blocked-off path, Victor Street.

Suspicious activity, throwing carp on the road, Parkview Road NE.

Driving complaint, SUV driving around caller's house, loud music, Irving Street.

Theft, caller states his last check was sent to address and he thinks someone took it and cashed it, Aga Drive.

Driving complaint, vehicles racing in the parking lot, State Highway 29 S.

Assist other agency, Fifth Avenue W.

10-50 hit and run, 17th Avenue E.

Suspicious vehicle, driver was driving around closed businesses very slowly, elderly driver got lost, 50th Avenue W.

Assist other agency, Hazel Hill Road SE.

Tuesday, May 24

Suspicious vehicle, Second Avenue E.

Juvenile trouble, North McKay Avenue.

Juvenile trouble, South McKay Avenue.

Public assist, State Highway 29 S.

Juvenile trouble, Pioneer Road SE.

Theft, president's club car taken from sheds at country club, North Nokomis NE.

Public assist, would like a male that it pan-handling to be asked to move, Third Avenue E.

Theft, person cited for shoplifting, Broadway Street.

Public assist, people keep putting signs in her yard and she is wondering if they can do that as none of them ask, North Nokomis NE.

Property damage crash, County Road 22 NW.

Property damage crash, parking lot crash, 50th Avenue W.

Public assist, lift assist, Pioneer Road SE.

Wednesday, May 25

Public assist, 42nd Avenue W.

Suspicious person, male wandering aimlessly in parking lot, Ash Street.

Assist other agency, Elm Street.

Public assist, Third Avenue W.

Public assist, issues with drivers license, Northside Drive NE.

Suspicious person, old employee showed up looking for a job, Oak Street.

Juvenile trouble, North McKay Avenue.

Driving complaint, vehicle going 70 miles per hour north on Broadway, 34th Avenue W.

10-50 hit and run, South Broadway Street.

Suspicious activity, caller states a homeless person has been hanging around in the community room, Fillmore Street.

10-50 hit and run, 13th Avenue W.

Suspicious person, 15th Avenue W.

Property damage crash, no injuries, State Highway 29 S.

Public assist, Karl Drive NW.

Theft, theft of tablet, Donovan Drive.

Suspicious person, male stated he was fine but was acting strange, 11th Avenue W.

Public assist, lift assist, Quincy Street.

Property damage crash, rear-ended, Sixth Avenue E.

Juvenile trouble, Lark Street.

Public assist, Sixth Avenue E.

Motorist assist, driver pulled over in turn lane to use cell phone, advised to pull into parking lot, Northside Drive NE.

Property damage crash, two semis involved, Evergreen Lane SW.

Public assist, caller states someone entered her home and stole all her cellphone chargers, Lake Street.

Suspicious activity, people living in storage units, Oak Street.

10-50 hit and run, Seventh Avenue E.

Public assist, male locked out of main entrance, intoxicated, Fillmore Street.

Thursday, May 26

Public assist, Kinkead Drive.

Public assist, Dakota Street.

Suspicious person, caller states there's a male from Ohio that is claiming to be an insurance man and caller doesn't think he is, Viking Street.

Public assist, 34th Avenue W.

10-50 hit and run, Third Avenue E.

Driving complaint, caller stating a vehicle tried to ram into the back of her vehicle, 44th Avenue W.

Public assist, 22nd Avenue E.

Suspicious activity, males trying to sell fool's gold for cash in parking lot, 50th Avenue W.

Suspicious vehicle, 42nd Avenue W.

Property damage crash, no injuries, Fifth Avenue W.

10-50 hit and run, Pioneer Road SE.

Suspicious activity, caller states vehicle was following her around town and then followed her to her house, South Le Homme Dieu Drive NE.

Suspicious vehicle, Third Avenue W.

Suspicious activity, caller states a male approached her and her boyfriend, caller states a male threw a beer bottle at them and took off in a car, State Highway 29 S.

Suspicious activity, caller found door unlocked and lights on inside, Voyager Drive.

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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