Police Log: March 27

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Vada Shelby, News Contributor

Wednesday, March 27

Domestic Dispute

Around 8:20 a.m., two officers responded to a report of a domestic dispute in progress. A mother and daughter had gotten into an argument about the placement of a plastic mat under the dog water bowls, and during the argument the women had grabbed onto each other and one of them was “flicked” in the jaw. There were no injuries, and nobody pressed charges.

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Illegal Camping

Around 2:30 p.m., an officer was called to a public park to respond to a report of illegal camping. The officer located an unoccupied camping spot with food, sleeping bags, trash, and metal roofing. The site was posted by the officer for illegal camping and the parks department said they would clean up the site within the week. Photos were also taken of the site.

 

Fail to Register as Sex Offender

Around 2:45 p.m., an officer issued somebody a citation for being out of compliance with their sex offender registration. The person was two days outside of their registration requirement due to the passing of their birthday.

 

Fraud

Around 3:10 p.m., an officer contacted a person who had noticed money being taken out of their bank account. The person had contacted their bank and they refunded their money stating they had opened another account in February. The person’s bank told them to contact a company that had made a one cent deposit into their bank account in December. After researching the company, the person noticed they had a bad rating and a common thread of commiting fraud against elderly victims. The person said they wanted this reported to the police in the event that it happened again.

 

Welfare Check

Around 4:30 p.m., an officer was dispatched to a spot where a shoeless female was asking for help. The woman told them she had hitched a ride into town and didn’t know where to go, and that somebody had taken her shoes. She also said there were some people in the area trying to harass her. The woman was intoxicated, and the officer found her some shoes and escorted her to the women’s shelter for the night until a bus ticket she had been given by the women’s shelter was available.

 

Assault IV/Fugitive Arrest

Around 8:10 p.m., officers were dispatched to a cold assault. The report had been made by a woman who came into the police station with a bleeding mouth who claimed she had been struck by two other people. The person was not cooperating in answering questions, and the officer found she had warrants for her arrest, so she was booked that night.

 

Forgery 1

Around 9:00 p.m., an officer spoke to somebody who had received a fake $50 bill at a coffee shop. The person didn’t know the bill was fake until they spent it elsewhere and was later contacted saying the bill was fake. The person said the bill had been taken from another employee by a customer within the span of one day.

 

Cold Burglary

An officer responded to a report of cold burglary by a woman and her roommates. The woman said they had been out of town since March 23rd and when they returned home their front window was broken and items were missing. The items missing were a black iPad mini, a silver necklace with a state of Oregon charm, and a silver necklace with a butterfly charm and two blue gems inside the wings. Due to lack of investigatory leads, the case was discontinued.