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Police Blotter

Posted on: August 7, 2020

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Police Blotter

August 6, 2020

Welcome to the police blotter, where you can see all the crime we investigate and the many different ways we do our part to make our community better.

We’d like to thank everyone for their support, kind words, and of course the food.  We really liked the food.  We’d also like to give a shout-out to those running for mayor or council seats who’ve taken the time to meet with us, train with us, and do ride-a-longs.  We hope it was a positive experience and we enjoyed getting to know you.  Whether your successful in your endeavors or not, you’re welcome back any time.  

On to the blotter!

20080790:  On August 6, 2020, at 6:50 p.m., we responded to an Open 911 line.  That means someone called, but no one spoke or responded to the dispatcher.  Dispatchers tried to call back, but no one answered, so they sent us over.  When we arrived, we learned from the female that a physical altercation had taken place, but that her husband had left before we got there.  That’s the short version of what happened, but it’s more complicated than that and too much to explain in detail here.  We are attempting to find the husband to get his statement, so we can make a decision on what needs to happen next.

20080804:  On August 6, 2020, at 9:00 p.m., we were called to check on a man outside Bud’s Liquor Store.  When we arrived, we found the man described and noted he was heavily intoxicated.  A witness told us the man had been outside the business for about two hours, reportedly waiting for a friend to pick him up.  We learned that he had been consuming alcohol while waiting.  By the time we showed up, his friend hadn’t arrived, he couldn’t give us an address, didn’t have a place to go, or any way to get there.  He was so drunk, in fact, the man was unable to stand on his own or respond to simple questions.  With no other alternative, we had to arrest the 31 year old Fulton, MO man for Public Intoxication.  We’ll give him a safe place to sleep it off where detention officers can check on him at regular intervals to make sure he’s okay.  

Here is the other stuff we did.  

Totals    Description

4    Citizen Assist

3    Code Enforcement

2    Collision

1    Collision with Injury

1    Destruction of Property

1    Domestic Dispute (Verbal)

1    Domestic Violence (Physical)

2    Driving Complaint

1    False Identification

3    Fire Alarm - Residential

2    Follow Up PATROL Investigation

1    Medical Assist

1    Missing Person

9    Parking Complaint

2    Parking Rounds

1    Parking Violation

1    Structure Fire

3    Suspicious Circumstances

1    Suspicious Person

10    Traffic Stop

2    Vehicle Identification Number Inspection

1    Welfare Check

53    Totals

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