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Police Blotter

Posted on: June 24, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Police Blotter


Police Blotter
June 22-23, 2020

Welcome to the Jackson Police Department blotter.  This is the place where you can see everything we did.  

20062654:  On June 22, 2020, at 11:18 a.m., Officer Ayling responded to a report of Destruction of Property.  He learned that someone damaged two trees in planters outside a downtown business.  The replacement cost of these trees is $100.  Not money the business has to spend during a tough financial period.

20062789:  On June 23, 2020, at 9:08 a.m., Officer Ayling responded to a Civil Dispute.  He learned two divorced parents of a child were having a dispute over custody.  People frequently come to law enforcement to help resolve these disputes.  They can be tangled mess with high emotions.  Sometimes we can help and sometimes we can’t.  Officer Ayling found there was a court order in this case providing direction.  That’s extremely helpful.  He determined it was possible a crime had been committed, but chose not to take enforcement action.  Instead, he consulted with our county attorney’s office and determined the best course of actions was to write this report and forward it to their office to be handled.  

20062822:  Found Property (backpack)

20062825:  Traffic collision.  (non-injury)

20062853:  On June 23, 2020, at 2:37 p.m., Detective Andazola was contacted by the Department of Family Services regarding a report of Child Abuse.  No further information can be released on this case, but Detective Andazola will work to protect the child, investigate the case, and make sure that if a crime is committed that the suspect is held accountable.

20062931:  On June 23, 2020, at 9:32 p.m., Officer Shreve responded to a report of Credit Card Fraud.  The victim reported using their credit card in Jackson while here on vacation.  When they returned home, still in possession of their credit card, they found someone had charged nearly $800 from their account at locations in the UK and Hong Kong.  Obviously, we can’t investigate those crimes, but we can document the theft and provide that information to the bank so the victims can be made whole.  

Here is the other stuff we did.

Totals    Description
1    Animal Control Found
5    Citizen Assist
6    Code Enforcement
5    Collision
1    Disturbance
3    Driving Complaint
1    False Identification
2    Fire Alarm - Commercial
3    Fire Alarm - Residential
3    Follow Up PATROL Investigation
1    Found Property
1    Fraud
1    Harassment
1    Malicious Mischief
7    Medical Assist
2    Medical Transport
1    Missing Person
3    Motorist Assist
3    Noise Disturbance
3    Parking Complaint
1    Parking Rounds
5    Parking Violation
1    Public Intoxication
2    Report Every Drunk Driver Immediately
5    Suspicious Circumstances
1    Suspicious Person
1    Suspicious Vehicle
1    Theft
1    Traffic Hazard
8    Traffic Stop
1    Trespass
5    Vehicle Identification Number Inspection
3    Warrant Attempt
88    Totals

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