Law Enforcement Blotter: July 26
DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Thursday, July 26
Driving complaint, caller reported driver couldn’t maintain in the lane and was driving 40-45 mph, Brandon.
Criminal damage to property, caller reported a few cars were vandalized by holes drilled into gas tanks and gas stolen.
Property damage crash, caller reported he believes he hit a mailbox, Miltona.
Harassment, comp said a male has been emailing him delusional emails and comp would like to speak to deputy.
Motorist assist/stall, vehicle broken down in the turning lane on Interstate 94.
Suspicious activity, foreclosed house with a door propped open, Evansville.
ALEXANDRIA POLICE DEPARTMENT
Thursday, July 26
Property damage crash, minor crash, Dakota Street, Highway 29.
Suspicious activity, report of a sex party going on.
Threats, comp receiving threats via Facebook.
Fraud, comp reported fraudulent charges on her account.
Property damage crash, two vehicles, minor crash, Broadway Street.
Criminal damage to property, comp reported a semi’s front left tire left tracks on grass, will stop by later with photos.
Noise complaint, car parked in alley with music blaring very loudly.
Parking complaint, truck with backhoe in the parking lot, comp said it is not supposed to be there.
Animal complaint, caller reported neighbor’s dog defecated in his yard.
Property damage crash, two vehicles, Highway 29, Interstate 94.
Driving complaint, vehicle in and out of traffic, passing on the shoulder, driver threw shirt out of the window.
Traffic hazard, wood in the middle of the road.
Property damage crash, two vehicles, no injuries, Third Avenue, Broadway Street.
Suspicious activity, caller reported signs she put around town have been taken down or are missing.
Juvenile trouble, caller reported kids putting golf balls on the road to watch people drive over them.
Drug related activity, caller smells strong smell of marijuana coming from apartment.
This is not a comprehensive report of all local law enforcement activity, rather, a brief recap of daily calls for service.