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Police Blotter

Posted on: April 7, 2020

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Police Blotter

April 6, 2020

Here is a few more things you can do while you wait out the Corona virus:  Actually try to reproduce something you see on Pinterest, fail, try again, clear out the family room and camp indoors with all the blankets, popcorn and scary movies, fix all those things around the house you’ve been putting off, have a Scrabble tournament, write and act your you screen play (make sure to make a video.  We could all use a good laugh.), rearrange your sock drawer, rearrange your furniture, get a free trial from some streaming service and binge watch everything you can before it expires.  

Blotter time!

20040433:  On April 6, 2020, Cpl. Traphagan responded to a report of Destruction of property.  He learned from the victim that someone had spray painted their car.  The victim provided a suspect’s name, but as Cpl. Traphagan started digging further, things got a little more interesting.  Rather than call the police at the start, the victim had gone over to the suspect’s house to confront him.  He brought a couple of friends just to be safe.  When he confronted the suspect about the damage to his car, the suspect struck him and a fight ensued.  After that, the victim decided it was best to let the police department handle things.  Cpl. Traphagan contacted the suspect and wrote him a citation for Battery.  He wasn’t able to prove the Destruction of Property, so no citation has been issued at this time.  Maybe later, if we get more information.  

That’s in from Monday.  Stay safe!

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