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Police log: Rock throwing, identity theft and Spiderman practice

No drive-bys in this town

Officers assisted the Sheriff’s office with a possible drive-by shooting. City units located a vehicle matching the description given by the reporting party of the possible suspect vehicle. Officers conducted a high-risk stop on the car and established through their investigation it was not the suspect. The individual was informed about the situation and was understanding. Officers cleared without further incident.

These sticks and stones do hurt my bones

Police responded to a report of a female throwing rocks at vehicles, threatening to fight, and attempting to enter vehicles. Police arrived and conducted an investigation. Police determined that the female was suffering from mental health issues, and was transported to Madison Memorial Hospital for an evaluation. The female was admitted to Madison Memorial Hospital.

Mommy, please come back

Police responded to a report of an infant left unattended in a vehicle. The mother had gone to look for her lost dog. Police made contact with the mother. Police checked the welfare of the child. The child appeared to be in good health. Police strongly warned the mother of her actions. No further action was taken.

Identity theft is not a joke Jim. Millions of families suffer every year!

Police received a report of a potential case of identity theft involving a store loyalty program. Investigation is ongoing.

Multiverse Peter Parkers are at it again

Officers responded to an apartment complex for a trespass call. When officers arrived they were informed that 3 individuals were climbing on the roof of the apartment complex. The individuals were cited with a trespass infraction and released.

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