Law Enforcement Blotter: June 18
DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Monday, June 18
Property damage crash, car versus deer, minor crash, Evansville.
Traffic hazard, tree in roadway, blocking northbound lane.
Conservation-fish, comp reported fish guts in ditch, he would like it taken care of, Garfield.
Assist other agency, aggressive pitbull keeps running up to people walking by, owner of dog given warning.
Suspicious activity, comp found a trailer in the field belonging to a company, Carlos.
Assist other agency, van all over the road.
Water complaint, comp states people are surfing behind a boat and making a lot of noise and that it is a regular problem.
ALEXANDRIA POLICE DEPARTMENT
Monday, June 18
Noise complaint, comp reported loud music was playing.
Theft, car broken into and wallet stolen, Kenwood Drive.
Driving complaint, comp reported Rainbow Riders buses constantly speeding through trailer court.
Animal complaint, comp stated neighbor’s dog is aggressive, jumped the fence and tried to get her 4-year-old son.
Theft, man reported red Trek bike, along with air compressor and jump box were stolen, Hawthorne Street.
Found bike, bike was left leaning on front of building.
Property damage crash, minor crash, caller didn’t believe anyone was injured, area checked, no crash located.
Check welfare of person, comp stated a vehicle is parked in handicapped spot and two small children are in the back fighting.
Animal complaint, aggressive pitbull.
Property damage crash, minor crash in a parking lot, no injuries.
Found bike, on trail east of Burger, in the water down the hill.
Driving complaint, caller believes occupants in car were smoking marijuana.
Motorist assist, vehicle broke down in middle of road.
Parking complaint, comp has questions regarding boat parked in front of her house.
Public assist, comp said she lost her cell phone and called it and someone answered and said they would bring it back to her when they were done shopping. Phone was returned but comp wants to press charges.
Suspicious vehicle, female is homeless and sleeping in her car.
This is not a comprehensive report of all local law enforcement activity, rather, a brief recap of daily calls for service.