Police Blotter: March 25-30

<span><strong>Sat Mar 30</strong> An officer responded to a citizen assist. The complainant was concerned about possible graffiti. The markings were found to be sidewalk chalk.</span>

<strong>Sat Mar 30</strong> A citizen called in to report that she had loaned her son a washer and dryer and was afraid that the appliances were being abused. Officer advised citizen that the matter was civil, not criminal.

<strong>Sat Mar 30</strong> This is a report of two wild ducks bothering the complainant at 600 Park Ave area.

<strong>Sat Mar 30</strong> This is a report of two pug dogs chasing people.

<span><strong>Fri Mar 29</strong> </span>An individual called Police requesting some assistance. The complainant stated he had several juveniles using his trampoline. The complainant told the juveniles they were not allowed to use the trampoline, but the juveniles continued using it anyway. Officers responded and spoke with the juveniles and their parents, solving the problem.

<strong>Fri Mar 29</strong> Officer responded to the area of 1800 East US 89, on report of some ducks that were dropped off at First Dam. Upon arrival the officer was able to locate and secure the ducks. The ducks were relocated.

<strong>Fri Mar 29</strong> The complainant called police stating that his daughter was in jail and her vehicle was missing. I found out that the vehicle had been state impounded due to a DUI arrest.

<strong>Tue Mar 26</strong> Officers responded on a citizen assist. The complainant called on behalf of her brother, stating her brother’s neighbor is throwing trash over the fence into his yard. Officers did not observe any evidence to support the claims.

<strong>Tue Mar 26</strong> Officers responded to assist North Park Police with a horse that had its tail stuck on a hay rake. Upon locating the horse, officers were able to release the horse from the hay rake.

<strong>Mon Mar 25</strong> Police responded to the area of Center and Main Street on report of a suspicious incident. The complainant stated that there was a black garbage bag outside the bank. Police arrived and learned that the black garbage bag contained garbage.

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