At 2:55 p.m., officers responded to a residence after the caller reported that someone was attempting to break in. After speaking with the parties involved, it was found that the person trying to enter was the landlord and the caller was the tenant. The owner also believed that there was someone staying in the residence who was not authorized to be there. During a consensual search of the residence in search of the individual, officers found a commonly used pipe for smoking THC. The officer confiscated the pipe, and it later tested positive for THC. The tenant received a citation for possession of drug paraphernalia.

At 2:57 p.m. an individual was seen walking through a store removing items from the shelf and then putting them back before leaving. The receipt provided when returning the items showed that the items had been purchased two days previously. The investigation is ongoing.

At 5:21 p.m., a person came to the police department reporting that they had found several bags, containing various newly purchased items, in the trunk of their vehicle, after leaving their groceries at a different store in the one from where the bags belonged. The person confirmed that they did not purchase the items. The items were taken back to the store they were supposed to have come from and it was confirmed that they had been paid for. The items had been purchased for Christmas gifts, and the person intended to put them in a family member’s vehicle, when they accidentally put the items in the wrong vehicle.


At 9:16 a.m., an individual came to the police department to report that his neighbor was feeding deer, which was contrary to the municipal ordinance. Contact was made with the neighbor and he admitted he had fed the deer but would stop. The neighbor was verbally warned not to feed the deer.

At 11:46 a.m., an individual was arrested in a store after attempting to shoplift several items. The individual admitted taking the items and received a citation for retail theft.


At 2:49 p.m., a store reported that two young women had stolen goods. The women were cited for retail theft.

At 7:41 p.m., a caller reports a burglary in progress after observing someone in an apartment believed to be vacant. Contact was made with the man inside and it was discovered that he was carrying out work inside with the owner’s permission.

At 8:36 p.m., a woman brought her underage son to the police department after finding him in possession of prescription drugs. The minor will be referred to social services for possession of a controlled substance.

At 9:13 p.m., an officer located a purse that an unknown person had left in the lobby of the police department. The purse contained the identifications of several different people. The officer attempted to contact the people to whom the IDs belong and was unable to do so.


At 5:03 p.m. an agent carried out a roadside check on E 3rd St. near Court St. The driver was cited for not registering the car.


At 11:54 a.m., an individual was allegedly scammed out of $40,500 by someone who hacked into his sister’s Facebook account and demanded money. The money was sent by check to an address in another state. The investigation is ongoing.

At 12:53 p.m. an individual reported finding a Dell Optiplex 360 tower on his swing. At this time, it is not known who owns the computer system.

At 5:24 p.m., a shoplifting was reported from a local business. A man reportedly took a watch and left the store on foot with the watch in his pocket. The investigation is ongoing.

At 9:53 p.m., officers were dispatched to the Douglas Street area after two mini-motorbikes allegedly sped down the street and revved the engines. The mini-bikes were located and the operators were cited for disorderly conduct with a motor vehicle.


At 11:53 a.m., a woman reported that a man had punched a hole in a wall of the residence, causing damage, and threatened to break other items, and also hit her. Officers attended the residence and, after investigation, took the man into custody for domestic misconduct.

At 7:02 p.m., a person walking on Chippewa Street reported smelling natural gas. Officers and firefighters responded to the area and also detected the smell. The smell was attributed to a residence and was not that of natural gas, but that of a faulty furnace. Further investigation was left to the fire department.

At 8:22 p.m., an open door was located by officers from a local business. The business was raided with no one inside. The door has been re-secured.


At 10:30 a.m., officers responded to a noise complaint at an apartment complex. The caller said there had been an alarm sound coming from the neighboring apartment throughout the day. Officers made contact with the tenant who informed him that it was a pollution machine they had in their apartment to detect any pollution in the air which made all the noise. The tenant was warned to either turn off the machine or reduce the noise.

At 1:03 p.m., officers responded to a hotel after a suspicion of THC was located in one of the rooms after it had been cleaned. The substance was confirmed to be THC and was destroyed at the police department.

At 8:52 p.m., an individual reported that an alarm had gone off on a new truck parked in a dealership parking lot for approximately the last 30 minutes before the call. Officers responded to the parking lot and found no vehicles with alarms being triggered or any damage to any vehicle.


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