Washington County police blotter

  • Updated: April 19, 2013 - 10:57 PM

BAYTOWN TOWNSHIP

MARCH 24

Trespassing complaint. A resident in the 4000 block of Pincroft Avenue told police that every day at 5 p.m., a woman walks across her yard. The complainant said she has told the woman to stay off her yard. The complainant said she would try to get the trespasser’s address so police can contact her.

HUGO

MARCH 20

Burglary report. Someone broke into Hugo Feed Mill & Hardware, 5582 146th St. The store was searched but nothing appeared to be taken.

Suspicious male. A man who was knocking on doors in the 5000 block of Evergreen Drive told police he was looking for a friend’s house. Police advised the man to find his friend’s house by a different method than knocking on random doors.

MARCH 22

Suspicious activity. A frozen animal carcass was reported in a pond in the 13000 block of Europa Court. Rib bones were visible but most of the carcass had been eaten away. Police believe it was a deer.

OAKDALE

MARCH 19

Animal complaint. A resident in the 6900 block of 40th Street called police about wild turkeys roaming around in Oakdale. The complainant said approximately 40 of the birds have come to his property and eaten his horse feed. Police advised the man to contact the DNR for suggestions on handling the issue.

MARCH 20

Assist with unlocking a vehicle. An officer assisted a woman who had accidently locked herself out of her vehicle with two 2-year-olds in it in the parking lot of Rainbow Foods, 7053 10th St. The officer successfully unlocked the vehicle but in the process got his Slim Jim lockout tool stuck. The woman agreed to return the tool to the Oakdale police when she is able to retrieve it.

MARCH 23

Disturbance. Police responded to a report of someone throwing popcorn at another patron because the patron was using a cellphone during a movie at the Carmike Oakdale Stadium 20 movie theater, 1188 Helmo Av. Both parties were gone by the time police arrived.

SCANDIA

MARCH 19

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