Law Enforcement Blotter: April 9
DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Tuesday, April 9
Driving complaint, caller reported cars driving too fast in front of his apartment, Brandon.
Suspicious activity, caller reported five females outside apartment trying to get in, Brandon.
Suspicious activity, caller reported male parked in front of house, not comfortable with him parking there, Evansville.
Suspicious activity, caller believes someone was in her house, messed with her washing machine, Miltona.
Traffic hazard, report of sink hole in the road, township contacted, County Road 24 NW, Lundville Lane NW.
Dog bite, report of person bit by a dog while walking on the sidewalk, Evansville.
Fire, report of small grass fire, County Road 82 NW, Brandon.
Property damage crash, no injuries, 3rd Street W., Brandon.
Property damage crash, third party call of a crash, no injuries, County Road 22 NW.
Noise complaint, report of dirt bike with lights off driving up and down the street, Evansville.
ALEXANDRIA POLICE DEPARTMENT
Tuesday, April 9
Suspicious activity, caller reported someone locked her front door from the outside, 6th Avenue E.
Criminal damage to property, report of someone spray painting west side of school, Lark Street.
Suspicious activity, caller reported suspicious activity on her gmail account.
Animal complaint, caller reported dog jumped out of the back of truck while it was moving, driver stopper, got the dog, but caller is afraid the dog will do it again, Highway 29 S.
Attempted fraud, caller contacted by who he thought was someone from social security, provided personal information.
Parking complaint, vehicle was red-tagged, 50th Avenue E.
Driving complaint, report of vehicle racing up and down the street, 10th Avenue E., Jefferson Street.
Patrol activity, driver was having problems driving a manual transmission vehicle he just bought, officer helped push vehicle in parking lot so driver could practice.
Suspicious vehicle, report of vehicle parked in location for quite awhile, checked on, parties were advised to conduct their activities in a more appropriate location, Ash Street.
This is not a comprehensive report of all local law enforcement activity, rather, a brief recap of daily calls for service.