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Police/Sheriff Blotter - January 4, 2008

POLICE BLOTTER December 27 Tools were stolen from an Ellingson Plumbing and Heating work van parked near Will-O-B Lane NE, Alexandria. December 28 Someone cut the lock off a fuel oil tank on Dakota Street and removed all the fuel. December 29 A t...

POLICE BLOTTER

December 27

Tools were stolen from an Ellingson Plumbing and Heating work van parked near Will-O-B Lane NE, Alexandria.

December 28

Someone cut the lock off a fuel oil tank on Dakota Street and removed all the fuel.

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December 29

A theft of a trailer near South McKay Avenue and 3rd Avenue was reported.

December 30

Two dogs fell through the ice on Lake Winona at about 1:35 p.m. and were rescued by police officers and the dive team.

December 31

A wallet was lost, possibly in the city lot behind Travelers Inn. It contained credit cards, cash and a driver's license.

A checkbook was stolen from a residence on Elm Street.

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December 26

A person who had taken items to a consignment store, Moose Crossing in Alexandria, reported that he has not been able to get his items back. The business is locked up and the phone is turned off.

December 28

A Sentence-to-Serve crew leader reported the theft of four grass trimmers from the county's water shed.

December 29

A couch and love seat were found abandoned on Johnson Road near Carlos.

December 30

Someone bent and broke the tail pipe on a vehicle parked near Hope Road SE, Osakis. A spark plug was also removed.

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A 12-gauge Remington shotgun was stolen from a residence on Cross Country Lane SW, Alexandria.

December 31

A man reported that three carloads of people were in his backyard, trying to break into his home on East Lake Carlos Drive NE, Carlos. They fled when he arrived.

January 1

A person returning a 10-gallon air compressor to Wal-Mart from his residence in Garfield lost it somewhere along the way. Only the empty box was found in the back of the pickup.

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