November 21, 2019
19111703: On November 20, 2019, at 10:42 a.m., Officer Jones responded to a report of Found Property. In this case, the found property was cash. We’re not going to tell you how much or where it was found. If you’re missing the money, you’ll know. We wouldn’t want some random person coming to claim the money saying, “The money’s mine!”, and just give it to them no questions asked. Imagine how upset the real owner of the money would be. If unclaimed, the money will be added to a list and a request to the court will be made to have the money converted to department ownership and the money will be placed into the Town of Jackson general fund. Nope, we don’t buy breakfast with it.
19111706: Remember that report from the other day where we weren’t able to determine if a crime had occurred at a Disturbance call? Well, Detectives Peery and Figueroa were on the case. They built off the awesome work done by the patrol staff, wrote an arrest warrant and found the suspect, a 22-year-old Jackson man. While serving the warrant, they located drugs in the car. Yup, he’ll be charged with those too.
19111710: On November 20, 2019, at a 11:41 a.m., CSO Normand picked up a found bike left abandoned at the Rusty Parrot. It wasn’t previously reported stolen or lost. Are you missing a bike? We pick them up all the time, so if you are, give us a call and we’ll check what we have in storage.
19111728: On November 20, 2019, at 3:33 p.m., Officer Jones responded to a report of a man and woman driving around the parking lot of a church and appeared to be taking pictures or video by phone. This concerned the reporting person because there is a pre-school operating from the building. This concerns Officer Jones as well, so he is investigating. He is still working to contact the man and woman to see what their intent was.
19111737: On November 20, 2019, at 7:13 p.m., Officer O’Donnell responded to a traffic collision near the Wort Hotel. He’s pretty good at investigating these. He should be, he’s done a lot of them. He learned the driver of a vehicle was pulling out from a parallel parked position on to the roadway when the front passenger side bumper collided with the rear driver side bumper of a parked and unoccupied vehicle. The driver did the right thing, stopped and notified police. That’s the way to do it. Thanks for being honest.
19111745: On November 20, 2019, at 9:08 p.m., Officer O’Donnell responded to another traffic collision on the 300 block of South Hwy 89. See, he get’s a lot of practice. Unlike the previous incident, the driver did not call police or leave a note. Not cool.
That’s it for today folks.