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Police Blotter 4/07/07

Thursday

• At 11:59 a.m., a caller from a business on the 200 block of Main Street reported an antique gun with a gold handle and cowboy scene engraving was stolen. It was a “General Custer Replica.” Police took a report for petty theft.

• At 12:26 p.m., a caller reported traffic lights at Brunswick Road and Sutton Way were not cycling correctly. Public Works was advised.



• At 1:03 p.m., a caller from a bar on Mill Street reported a man under the influence of a controlled substance just left the business on foot. Police contacted the 46-year-old man and arrested him on suspicion of violation of probation.

• At 1:25 p.m., a caller from the 100 block of West Berryhill Drive reported someone was driving something that was very loud and probably illegal. The caller said a juvenile must be operating it. The caller did not see anything, but just heard something. A patrol officer was advised.




• At 3:14 p.m., a caller from a grocery store on Freeman Lane reported a man ordered food, then threw the food at customers. The man was last seen leaving the store on his bicycle. A caller from a grocery store on the 100 block of West McKnight Way reported the same man had shoplifted. Police arrested the 42-year-old man on suspicion of violation of probation.

• At 7:22 p.m., a caller from the 500 block of Jenkins Street reported aggressive solicitors. One solicitor appeared highly intoxicated. Police contacted the solicitors and warned that they needed a solicitor’s permit.

Friday

• At 4:19 a.m., police arrested a 40-year-old man on suspicion of violation of probation and cited him for possession of drug paraphernalia. Police also arrested a 33-year-old man on suspicion of violation of probation and cited him for being under the influence of a controlled substance.

• At 6:02 a.m., a caller from the 200 block of Upper Slate Creek Road reported a possible prowler knocked at the door then tried the bathroom window, then tried the front door. Police checked the area extensively and were unable to locate anything suspicious.

Thursday

• At 10:18 a.m., a caller from Houghton Ranch Road reported someone was setting off “a very large amount of dynamite charges that were way too strong and too many.” The caller was worried the blasts would damage her well. Caltrans was blasting on Highway 20 at a construction site.

• At 11:16 a.m., a caller from the 13000 block of Idaho-Maryland Road reported a residence was burglarized. Three juvenile males left the house in a maroon four-door sedan. Officers arrested all three juveniles on suspicion of burglary.

• At 1:36 p.m., local law enforcement was on the lookout for a 15-year-old boy for possible fighting in a public place and violation of probation.

• At 1:52 p.m., a man called from the 11000 block of La Barr Meadows Road to report a verbal argument with a man who was yelling racial slurs.

• At 6:10 p.m., a woman called from the 22000 block of wild Canary Road to report an emu had been loose in her driveway for the last three hours. An Animal Control officer was advised.

• At 7:33 p.m., a caller from the 10000 block of Sugar Pine Court reported harassing phone calls. Men asked for money and made sexual threats if $3,500 was not given to them. An officer contacted the woman.

• At 10:25 p.m., a caller from Pleasant Valley road reported two men were picking a lock behind a business. Deputies checked the building and it was secure.

Friday

• At 12:10 a.m., a caller from the 11000 block of Auburn Road reported a man was outside howling for the caller’s children and dog.

• At 10:07 a.m., several callers from Wolf Mountain Road reported people on quads and dirt bikes were riding up and down the roadway at dangerously high speeds.

Thursday

• At 5:14 p.m., a car fire was reported on the 200 block of Bank Street. The fire department responded.


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