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Feb. 8

Canadian Pacific train reported to be blocking private crossing. Contact made with railroad, Main and Sycamore streets.

Property damage hit and run crash. Semi-truck believed to have hit utility guide wires and a roadway sign, 90 block of Shore Acres Dr.

Minnesota Adult Abuse Reporting Center report received, 300 block of S. Second St.

Feb. 7

Assisted Onalaska Police Department with locating a vehicle involved in a hit and run crash, 100 block of N. Oak St.

Canadian Pacific train reported to be blocking a public crossing in excess of state law. Railroad contacted, Main and Sycamore streets.

Canadian Pacific reported to be blocking public crossing in excess of state law. Contact made with railroad and train was moved promptly, Main and Sycamore streets.

Telephone scam reported, 300 block of Main Street.

Trouble with Juvenile, 1300 block of Lancer Blvd.

Dog at Large. Animal taken to La Crescent Animal Rescue, 300 block of Kistler Dr.

Barking dog complaint. Dog was running at large and could not be caught at the time, 400 block of S. 16th St.

Complaint of a Canadian Pacific train blocking private crossing for an extended period of time. Railroad contacted to move the train, S, Chestnut and State 16.

Feb. 6

Report of a cat running at large, 700 block of Riverview Ave.

La Crescent man cited for driving without a valid driver’s license, 200 block of N. Fourth St.

Parking ordinance violation, 300 block of Harrelson St.

Feb. 5

La Crescent man arrested for felony domestic assault, 100 block of N. Second St.

Assisted Minnesota State Patrol with a motor vehicle crash, Sycamore St. and U.S. 14/61 N.

Minor motor vehicle property damage crash, 100 block of N. Third St.

One vehicle property damage crash, 0 block of Hwy. 14/16/61 (Pike) eastbound.

Noise complaint. Vehicle with loud exhaust started and left running. Owner warned and told to fix vehicle exhaust, 700 bloc of S. 12th St.

Feb. 4

La Crescent woman was arrested for tampering with motor vehicle, damage to property, theft, disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest, 500 block of S. Oak St.

Barking dog complaint, Honeygold Court and Jonathan Lane.

Assisted the Winona County Sheriff’s Department with DWI testing of an arrested subject, 300 block of Main St.

Dog at large complaint, 1300 block of Jonathan Lane.

Stolen vehicle out of Goodview, Minn., was located abandoned along side of highway, Hillview Blvd. and U.S. 14/61 N.

Feb. 3

Mandatory medical report of a dog bite, 300 block of Fireside Dr.

Vehicle slid off roadway. No property damage, Jonathan Lane and N. Elm St.

Vehicle lost front wheel. Towing company contacted to remove vehicle from roadway, S. 14th and S. Oak streets.

Welfare check. Female had been waiting 30 minutes for the bus and the bus was not currently running. Female was given a ride to her destination, N. 2nd and N. Walnut streets.

Feb. 2

Lost dog reported. Dog returned to owner, 800 Welshire Dr.

Citation issued to juvenile for driver without a driver’s license and citation issued to a licensed juvenile driver for allowing unlicensed driver to operate vehicle, S. Fourth and S. Hill streets.

La Crescent man taken to detoxification unit, 200 block of N. Fourth St.

Noise Complaint, 1300 block of Lancer Blvd.

Cat running at large. Animal taken to La Crescent Animal Rescue, 400 block of S. Sixth St.

Assisted the Houston County Sheriff’s Department on a report of suspicious activity at a local business. Found to be employees working after hours, 1500 block of U.S. 14/61 E.


Coulee Courier and Houston County News editor

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