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Police/Sheriff Blotter - January 23, 2008

POLICE BLOTTER January 14 A door was kicked in at an apartment on Broadway. January 15 A purse was stolen from a vehicle parked at Image Salon on 6th Avenue E. A purse was stolen from a vehicle parked outside of Adventure Alley at Hawthorne Stree...

POLICE BLOTTER

January 14

A door was kicked in at an apartment on Broadway.

January 15

A purse was stolen from a vehicle parked at Image Salon on 6th Avenue E.

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A purse was stolen from a vehicle parked outside of Adventure Alley at Hawthorne Street and 5th Avenue E.

January 16

A wallet was found at Jill's Gas and Grocery.

January 17

A purse was stolen from a business on Highway 29 South after the owner accidentally left it hanging on the back of her chair when she left.

A boat motor was stolen from a backyard on Hawthorne Street.

A large window was shot out at Alexandria Light and Power.

January 18

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A Progressive Insurance vehicle on Nokomis Street was damaged during an attempted break-in.

SHERIFF BLOTTER

January 14

A one-vehicle rollover was reported on County Road 10 near the Douglas and Todd county line. No other information was available.

January 15

The Firehouse Bar and Grill in Garfield as well as several vehicles parked there were paintballed.

A fish house on Lake Freeborn was broken into; fishing rods and tackle were reported missing.

A house on Twin Point Road SW was paintballed.

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January 16

A storage building on Dixie Lane SW was paintballed.

A silver Motorola cell phone was found on Elm Street between 5th and 6th Avenues.

January 17

A window was broken on a gold 1994 Ford Explorer parked on Arrowwood Lane NW.

January 20

Alcohol was reported stolen from a residence on Oak Knoll Drive NE.

January 21

Two fish houses on Lake Charlie were broken into. Nothing was reported missing from one of them; it is unknown if anything was missing from the other.

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