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Law Enforcement Blotter: Wednesday, December 6

DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Wednesday, December 6

Suspicious activity, sees lights on in one of the buildings, Miltona.

Suspicious activity, comp reporting there has been someone trying to break into her residence several times, Evansville.

Harassment, problems with girlfriend's ex-husband, Carlos.

Suspicious activity, comp had someone call her and call her names, saying she left a note on his car that she hit it, she states she did not scratch any cars today and it was very upsetting, Alex.

ALEXANDRIA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Wednesday, December 6

Public assist.

Public assist, ran out of gas.

Property damage crash, 50th Ave W.

Suspicious activity, believes someone attempted to break into his house.

Theft, gas drive off.

Suspicious person, reporting a person in the business spit up a rock while driving, cracking his windshield.

Suspicious activity, believes her daughter is living with her ex and should not be.

Juvenile trouble, wanted three students talked with about appropriate behavior.

Property damage crash, Co Rd 46 SW/Nevada St.

Personal injury crash, Co Rd 45 SW/Co Rd 82 NW.

Property damage crash, 34th Ave E.

Harassment, problems with girlfriend’s ex-husband.

Child abuse/neglect, 3-year-old in a car left unattended.

Suspicious activity, comp would like to speak to an officer regarding some strange things going on at her home.

Suspicious activity, comp states things are missing from her house.

Assault, two females assaulted a male.

Theft, keys stolen.

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

Beth Leipholtz

Beth is a reporter at the Echo Press. She graduated from the College of Saint Benedict in May 2015 with a degree in Communication and Hispanic Studies. Journalism has always been her passion, but she also enjoys blogging and graphic design. In her spare time, she's most likely at Crossfit or at home with her boyfriend and three dogs.

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