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Law Enforcement Blotter: Oct. 11

DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Thursday, Oct 11

Assist other agency, assisted with lights for pickup in the westbound median, east of exit 103 on Interstate 94.

Suspicious activity, caller reported someone was banging on his door, then left in vehicle and now parked by Highway 27, called back, realized it was his friends and no longer needed someone to respond.

Property damage crash, vehicle versus deer, 39th Avenue NE, Highway 29 N.

Theft, report of radio and four speakers stolen out of a pontoon, Country Lane SW.

Suspicious activity, report of man hitchhiking on trail, asking people for rides and money, Brandon.

ALEXANDRIA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Thursday, Oct. 11

Public assist, caller would like to speak to officer about employee theft.

Suspicious activity, caller reported male in front yard looks like he is tweaking.

Suspicious activity, caller rents an apartment, but doesn’t stay there often, found something in apartment that makes her believe someone has been in it, will stay with family until lock is changed.

Suspicious vehicle, report of occupied vehicle near business on Irving, person inside was playing Pokemon Go.

Theft, report of purse stolen from vehicle, Highway 29 S.

Property damage crash, car versus semi, minor crash, Highway 29 S.

Theft, employee theft incident.

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 nearly 200 races with her husband, Al, covering the 5K, 10K, 10-mile and half-marathon (13.1 mile) distances.

(320) 763-1242
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