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Law Enforcement Blotter: June 25


Monday, June 25

Fire, smoldering wood in the shed, Kensington.

Animal complaint, cow in ditch heading toward Brandon.

Hit and run, comp stating someone hit his vehicle this morning, noticed it when he got home, went back to gas station and found his broken car parts in the lot, manager pulling video, Evansville.

Animal complaint, comp reports her neighbor has multiple dogs running around the neighborhood, Garfield.

Suspicious person, caller states woman with a small child is asking customers for a ride home, Evansville.

Animal complaint, comp has neighbor’s dog that is being neglected, multiple issues with dog and neighbor, Miltona.

Harassment, comp is reporting someone is harassing him through his phone and OnStar.

Animal complaint, cow out on the road, Brandon.

Suspicious vehicle, two people just wanted a quiet place to talk.

Suspicious vehicle, comp reported their is a white vehicle in his driveway, Farwell.


Monday, June 25

Missing person, caller reported last time he talked to his 72-year-old mother was last night and he talks with her every night, she is not home, her car is gone and all doors were locked, comp called back, mother is home now safe and secure.

Drug-related activity, caller reported there was a man in the bathroom doing drugs.

Public assist, person putting large amount of personal trash in business dumpster.

Suspicious vehicle, caller reported vehicle with grass underneath and back passenger tire down to the rim showed up yesterday morning.

Theft, vehicle broken into, items taken, 7th Avenue East.

Property damage crash, two vehicles, no injuries.

Theft, man reported a bag was stolen out of the back of his truck, 6th Avenue East.

Threats, comp reports neighbor yelling at her.

Criminal damage to property, man reported individuals trashed his house over the weekend.

Traffic hazard, trailer parked too close to the road.

Animal complaint, mistreatment of animals, person concerned with living conditions.

Dog bite, comp stated someone was bit in the face by a dog over the weekend, but victim didn’t want to report it, comp contacted family and encouraged them to make a report.

Personal injury crash, two vehicles, one woman with abdominal injuries, another person cited for failure to yield to oncoming traffic.

Theft, bicycle was stolen, red and black Magma, Broadway Street.

Theft, comp reported vape, cigarettes, chewing tobacco and lighters were stolen, did not want anything done about, just wanted police to be aware, 6th Avenue East.

Public assist, man sitting in drive-thru refusing to leave.

Parking complaint, comp reported people have their boat parked and blocking all access to the access.

Driving complaint, caller reported three white dump trucks hauling brush keep driving up and down road at 40 mph and there are kids in the area.

Theft, tackle box stolen out of vehicle, North Nokomis.

Public assist, caller reported someone went through her vehicle, but nothing appeared to be stolen, Kenwood Street.

Animal complaint, callers stated there are two dalmatians running around and that last week, one bit a customer.

Driving complaint, car driving on grass on skate park.

Drug-related activity, caller stated there was a strong smell of marijuana in apartment, second caller said same thing, unable to locate the source.

This is not a comprehensive report of all local law enforcement activity, rather, a brief recap of daily calls for service.

Celeste Edenloff

Celeste is a reporter for the Alexandria Echo Press and has lived in the Alexandria Lakes Area since 1997. She first worked for the Echo Press as a reporter from 1999 to 2011, and returned in June 2016 to report on the community she calls home. Besides writing articles for the Echo Press, she has a blog, “Newspaper Girl on the Run.” Celeste is on a continuous healthy living journey and loves to teach bootcamp fitness classes and run. She has participated in more than 200 races with her husband, Al, covering the 5K, 10K, 10-mile and half-marathon (13.1 mile) distances.

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