8:21 p.m.- A caller reported a bear in his yard. The caller was advised to leave the bear alone.
3:55 a.m.- An officer was on a traffic stop when he was approached by a female subject who indicated that she was involved in a domestic disturbance. Contact was made with both individuals and it was found that the incident did not reach the level of an arrest. A report will be forwarded to the district attorney’s office for his review.
2:04 p.m.- An officer responded to a business on South Pine Ridge Avenue for a report of a shoplifting incident. Staff had identified a youth that was found to have stolen an item and concealed it on his person. The youth was cited for retail theft and his parents were contacted.
6:56 p.m.- Officers were requested to assist the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office and the Council Grounds Park Ranger with a domestic disturbance that was reported to be occurring at the park. Upon arrival of the officers, the suspect vehicle was observed leaving the park and a traffic stop was conducted. The male and female were taken into custody by LISO for several different charges.
8:29 p.m.- An officer responded to a South Pine Ridge Ave business after an employee caught an individual stealing some items. During the course of the officer’s investigation, he determined that the suspect had also stolen different items from the store on two other separate occasions. It was confirmed that the suspect had taken items from the store a total of three times. The suspect returned the stolen items and was issued three separate citations for retail theft.
2:32 p.m.- Officers arrested a male for a Probation Violation in the 500 block of East 7th Street.
5:47 p.m.- An officer investigated a complaint in reference to a male who was possibly violating his bond restrictions. As a result, charges have been referred to the District Attorney’s Office for Bail Jumping.
12:31 a.m.- A convenience store employee reported an intoxicated man had driven off from their store. An officer located the vehicle and observed it travelling very slowly and weaving in the roadway. The driver displayed characteristics of intoxication. The driver was too intoxicated to perform field sobriety tests and he was arrested for operating while intoxicated. The driver was also found to be in possession of marijuana and a marijuana pipe. A search of the vehicle revealed a methamphetamine pipe and a scale with methamphetamine residue. Drug charges were forwarded to the district attorney’s office.
9:17 a.m.- A woman reported to a deputy that she had been battered the night before. She reported she was walking near a tavern and came upon a male yelling. She told the man to “shut up” which led to an argument between the two, ending when the man reportedly struck her. The woman did not wish to pursue charges. The man’s identity is unknown.
9:34 a.m.- A crash was reported on Lake Street. A driver had failed to stop at a stop sign striking the vehicle on Lake Street. The jaws of life had to be deployed by rescue to extricate one driver who also reported injury. The offending driver was cited for failure to yield right of way from a stop sign. A crash report was completed.
11:31 a.m.- A caller reported someone had stolen a package from her porch. She had confirmed with the post office the package had been delivered.
A male party reported that someone had filed 2013 taxes using his social security number when the reporting party had yet to file his taxes. The investigating officer assisted with completing the appropriate paperwork with the victim.
Officers responded to a report of possible meth production occurring at a hotel. It was reported the hotel manager received information that persons staying at the hotel were cooking methamphetamine in their room. Officers were able to check the room and determined there was not meth production occurring.
An officer took a report of a theft of a bicycle from Pine Crest. The victim reported he was visiting his mother when his bicycle was taken from where he had parked it. A staff member was kind enough to replace the stolen bike with one or her families while the victim was on scene.
9:54 p.m.- Two young girls reported a suspicious van in the area of the library while they were walking home. They reported a white van with writing on the side was following them and a person got out of the van and hid in some bushes and was watching them. Officers provided the girls a ride home and checked the area for the vehicle but were unable to locate it. Information was passed on to other officers to continue to try to locate the van.
5:26 a.m.- Officers responded to a driving complaint. Officers located the vehicle and ultimately arrested a female for Operating While Intoxicated.
1:22 p.m.- Officers responded to a call of a fight in the 300 block of Genessee Street. The male victim was treated for serious injuries. One male was arrested for Disorderly Conduct. A second male suspect is still at large and will be charged in the near future.
12:18 a.m.- A caller reported that a male subject whom they did not know had entered their house without consent. Officers located the male subject in the driveway of the residence and he was detained at that point. It was found that during the course of his arrival at the property he had damaged a service door to the garage. The male subject was arrested for criminal trespass to a dwelling, criminal damage to property and a probation violation. He was transported to the jail.
12:25 a.m.- Officers took a report of a domestic disturbance in progress. Upon arrival of officers, it was found that the male suspect had fled from the scene with another individual. During the course of the investigation, it was found that the male subject showed up at the residence and shoved the female party. The male subject will be charged with domestic disorderly conduct and bail jumping.
9:10 p.m.- Officers took a report of a domestic disturbance that was occurring on Grand Avenue. The investigating officer found that the female suspect had thrown a beer can at the male subject striking him. The officer was unable to locate the female suspect and this matter will be forwarded to the district attorney’s office for charges.
9:56 p.m.- Officers took a report of a disturbance that had taken place while a group of youths were walking down the street. The youths indicated that they had a confrontation with a male subject when the male jumped out of his vehicle and advised the youths that he was “tweeking on meth.” The male subject punched one of the youths in the head and then fled the area. Based on the description of the male subject and the vehicle, officers were able to locate the suspect. The male subject was arrested for disorderly conduct and bail jumping.