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Police Blotter

Posted on: April 9, 2020

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Police Blotter

April 9, 2020

More things to do while stuck at home:  learn a new dance (belly dancing), apply for a new job, buy some IKEA furniture and time yourself putting it together, memorize the periodic table, organize the spice rack, pull out the Legos and build your dream house, watch Officer Raab’s Christmas rap video over and over again then make your own cover video.

Blotter time!

20040636:  On April 8, 2020, at 12:24 p.m., Cpl. Jones responded to a report that two juvenile children were attempting to cross Hwy 89 alone near the Maverick.  The report doesn’t have information on how old they were yet, but young enough someone thought they should call.  He responded, located the children and kept them safe until their mother could come collect them.  Apparently, they had wandered away while she wasn’t looking.  Cpl. Jones isn’t finished with his report yet, but there was surely some counseling about keeping better track of her kids.   We understand it happens though.  Anyone who has ever had kids knows that panicked feeling when you turn around and go, "Crap!  Where’d they go?"  We often document these cases to make sure there is not a continuing pattern.  

20040669:  On April 8, 2020, at 3:17 p.m., Officer Peery and our new Recruit Officer Schmidl responded to a report of a disturbance in the Dollar Tree parking lot.  It was reported that a man threw a glass bottle at his car, was throwing objects at customers and yelling, cursing and screaming obscenities.  Officer Peery made contact and because of the way the man was acting, asked if he had been drinking.  The man replied that he had and suggested Officer Peery needed one too so he could loosen up.  Officer Peery declined the offer, of course, and arrested the 39 year old Jackson, WY man for Public Intoxication.  That was followed by the man calling Officer Peery some not very nice names.  Officer Peery kept his cool and let run off him like water off a duck.

20040711:  On April 8, 2020, at 11:25 p.m., Officer Raab responded to a report of a runaway, 17 year old juvenile.  We are working with parents to get as much information as he can as to where the juvenile might be.  It can be a long, time consuming process as we contacts friends, family, acquaintances and search all the possible locations they could be.  

That’s it from yesterday.  Here is the other stuff we did.


Totals        Description

1        Animal Control Complaint

1        Animal Control Found

1        Child in Need of Supervision

2        Citizen Assist

49        Code Enforcement

1        Commercial Alarm

1        Follow Up PATROL Investigation

1        Noise Disturbance

2        Parking Complaint

1        Public Intoxication

1        Runaway

1        Special Assignment

1        Suspicious Circumstances

1        Vehicle Information

64        Totals

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