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Continued: Washington County police blotter

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  • Last update: July 6, 2013 - 2:00 PM

JUNE 8

Suspicious object. A plastic bottle exploded in a mailbox in the 1100 block of Berwick Lane. The homeowner thought the chemical bottle bomb was probably a high school prank. The mailbox was not damaged.

OAKDALE

JUNE 8

Assist public. An officer helped lift up a 73-year-old woman who had tripped on a rug and fallen down in a residence in the 1700 block of Granada Avenue.

JUNE 10

Suspicious activity. Police checked on a report a male walking behind townhomes in the 7000 block of 48th Street carrying a beer bottle. Police located the man who explained he was walking in the neighborhood. He had a bottle of orange juice with him. No criminal activity was found.

WOODBURY

JUNE 8

Suspicious male. Police made contact with a man who was reported walking through a yard in the 6900 area of Calgary Road. The man told police he was at a party in the area the night before and slept in the back yard of the residence.

Suspicious vehicles. Two vehicles were reportedly parked in the driveway of an unoccupied house in the 2800 block of White Eagle Drive. An officer contacted the drivers of the vehicles who explained they were selling their house nearby and waiting for their Realtor to leave. They were instructed to park on the street until that time.

JUNE 9

Suspicious activity. Two realtors showing a house in the 9000 block of Princeton Road saw a woman going through a bedroom dresser. The woman, who seemed to the complainant to be too young to buy a house, said she was looking at the home for her father. After she was caught looking in the dresser, she left the residence.

JUNE 11

Neighbor complaint. Police received a call about kids playing hockey in the street on Dogwood Road and damaging a neighbor’s garden with the puck/ball. Police spoke to a mother of one of the kids about the complaint and possible solutions.

Items are selected from reports made to police departments and are not intended to provide a comprehensive picture of crime.

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