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Police/Sheriff Blotter - January 16, 2008

POLICE BLOTTER January 7 The windows on a car parked on Kenwood Drive were smashed in. An ice auger was stolen from a residence on 7th Avenue E. January 8 The windows on a car parked on the 900 block of Kenwood Street were busted out. The windows...

POLICE BLOTTER

January 7

The windows on a car parked on Kenwood Drive were smashed in.

An ice auger was stolen from a residence on 7th Avenue E.

January 8

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The windows on a car parked on the 900 block of Kenwood Street were busted out.

The windows on a vehicle parked on the 800 block of Kenwood Street were busted out.

The windows on a vehicle parked on the 700 block of Kenwood Street were busted out.

January 9

The windows on a vehicle parked on Broadway Street were smashed in.

The rear window of a van parked on Bryant Street was broken out.

A pellet from a BB gun went through the front window of a house on the 700 block of Maple Street.

A string of vehicle windows being smashed in were reported on the 700 block of Maple Street, the 500 block of Irving Street, the 1300 block of Cedar Street, the 1200 block of Cedar Street, the 1300 block of Bryant Street and on Ash Street. The incidents were reported between the hours of 7:47 and 9:10 a.m.

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January 10

An ice auger was reported stolen from the back of a pickup truck parked on Broadway Street.

January 11

Several DVDs were reported stolen from an apartment on Broadway.

SHERIFF BLOTTER

January 7

A fish house on Lake Darling had the door pried open and damaged, but nothing was reported stolen.

January 8

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A snowboard and bindings were reported stolen from Andes Tower Hills. The theft occurred on Sunday, January 6. Estimated value: $300.

A new lock was cut from a gas barrel at a business on County Road 27 SW. This was the second time this happened.

A fish house on Lake L'Homme Dieu was broken into and fishing rods were reported stolen.

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