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Police Blotter

Posted on: May 28, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Police Blotter

Police Blotter

Police Blotter
May 27, 2020

Welcome to the Jackson Police Department crime blotter.

The Police Blotter is a tool the Jackson Police Department uses to summarize daily incidents and to highlight our officers great work. The summary is compiled using reports written by our officers. For now, that will include all written reports unless it becomes impractical to do so. It does not include all calls for service, only those that result in a report. Whenever possible, case numbers will be included for your reference.

The Police Blotter will be posted online daily, Monday through Friday. Incidents occurring Friday, Saturday or Sunday will be posted by Monday afternoon. City holidays and other circumstances may delay posting by one or more days. The Police Blotter is provided for convenience only and will continue to be completed as staffing and time permits. The blotter is compiled in the morning using only what information is available at the time and should only serve as a guide for reporters. Information and details in a case can change throughout the day and during the course of an investigation. Therefore, please verify all information, prior to printing or broadcasting information contained in the blotter. If a press release is issued for a case listed on the Police Blotter, please use information from the press release, as it is more current and likely contains better detail than the blotter.

On to the blotter!

20053111:  On May 27, 2020, Cpl. Jones responded to a Code Enforcement issue.  The reporting party said their neighbor has built a structure on the property without a permit.  They said the structure is built against their fence and is causing the fence to sag.  Cpl. Jones will follow-up with the property owner, determine if it is a violation of any municipal codes and take appropriate action.  

20053166:  On May 27, 2020, at 11:11 p.m., RO Schmidl responded to the Cowboy Bar for a report of two men refusing to leave.  We’ve been over this before, but let’s take a moment to remember that businesses are private places and the owner, manager, or employee has the authority to ask you to leave.  When you’re asked to leave, it’s time to go, whether you like it or not, whether it’s fair or not, or whether it’s justified or not.  RO Schmidl arrived and spoke to the men.  They were heavily intoxicated and couldn’t remember where they were staying.  With no way to get them home, or a destination to take them to, RO Schmidl had to arrest them for Public Intoxication.  One of them was a 43 year old Los Angeles, CA man with a portable breath test of .304% and the other was an Incline Village, NV man with a portable breath test of .371%.

Here is the other stuff we did.

Totals    Description
2    Animal Control Complaint
5    Citizen Assist
1    Code Enforcement
2    Collision
1    Disturbance
1    Driving Complaint
1    Fire Alarm - Commercial
2    Follow Up PATROL Investigation
2    Medical Assist
1    Medical Transport
1    Motorist Assist
1    Noise Disturbance
2    Outside Agency Assist
3    Parking Complaint
1    Parking Violation
1    Special Assignment
1    Traffic Hazard
9    Traffic Stop
1    Trespass
2    Vehicle Identification Number Inspection
2    Welfare Check
42    Totals

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