Douglas County Sheriff’s Report

May 4

Bridgeport, assault: Quik E Mart, deputies received a report of a man who was assaulted by a group of other men. The deputies arrived and contacted the victim who suffered injuries to his face, cuts under the eye and a swollen head. The man said that he was attacked by four men that he did not know. Through talking to witnesses and viewing video footage, the suspects were located. Javier Dorado-Miranda, 22, of Bridgeport and Jair Andrade-Avila, 22, of Bridgeport were arrested and taken into custody on charges of fourth-degree assault.

May 6

Orondo, trespass: Orondo Market, a woman who had previously been prohibited from entering the establishment was seen there again. The woman was cited for trespassing and released.

Waterville, trespass: 700 E. Locust St., a resident reported that a man entered private property to take pictures of a pump and lawn. When asked to leave, the man initially refused, but later left. The homeowner asked that the man be formally prohibited from going on the property.

May 8

Bridgeport Bar, animal problem: 10 block of Riggs Road, two dogs were found running at large. They were impounded and a citation was issued to the owner.

Orondo, suspicious: 10 block of Orchard Place, a person left his house for two hours. When he returned he saw that someone had entered the home, cooked breakfast there and left. There are no suspects.

Bridgeport, burglary: 1800 block of Raymond Ave., while a resident was in the downstairs of a home, she heard footsteps upstairs. She yelled to see if it was her mother and heard someone running out of the house and slamming the front door. It appears that the intruder entered through a bedroom window because the screen was removed. Nothing appeared to be missing or damaged. Some witnesses had seen someone trespassing on the property that day. The Sheriff’s Office is following up on leads.

May 9

Waterville, harass/threat: 300 block of E. 2nd St., there was a case of harassment between neighbors. The victim was advised to contact the courts to obtain an anti-harassment order.