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Police Calls: Not going to work due to bear

| July 10, 2024 1:00 AM

The police calls section is presented for entertainment purposes and does not reflect the nature or the volume of the calls received by local law enforcement.

June 14

There was a bear in a tree in front of a house on Meadowlark Lane at 7:35 a.m. and the caller was too afraid to go to work.

A suspicious male was seen in the Marina Crest Lane area and it was thought he was squatting in a house there.

The caller wanted law enforcement to know that Antifa is in the area.

A property manager believed guests who just checked out left drugs and several other items that may have been stolen from vehicles. Other items were missing from the apartment on Lupfer Avenue.

A group of boys was seen bending a tree in a park. They refused to stop even after the caller talked to them about it.

The caller said there is an ongoing issue with a car speeding up and down Dakota Avenue.

An Uber driver had questions about a fare who was aggressive and physically inappropriate.

A male lying in the grass was cited for open container.

June 15

A pedestrian told police that transients sleep in the trees and they are up and moving.

Although he had not ordered anything, the caller received a package from a Walmart in Kentucky that had four bundles of fake $100 bills in it.

Two people who were gathering signatures were asked to move along.

Law enforcement had the road closed down when a tree took down a fiber optic cable that crossed 13th Street. 

A caller said he did not require help but someone shot a liquid mini bullet into his chest on First Street.

Another caller refused medical care after he was shot in the back of the neck with a liquid bullet on Baker Avenue.

Someone saw the top of a tree that was broken off like lightning hit it, smoking like it was on fire. It was investigated and there was no power line involvement.

Although the passenger was having a medical issue, the driver was advised to follow traffic laws.

A vehicle was parked the wrong direction on Lupfer and left running.

June 16

There was a two-vehicle fender bender involving a black Range Rover and a silver 4Runner on Highway 93. The drivers exchanged information.

A bear was seen on Armory Road.

There was a suspicious vehicle in the new development on Karrow Avenue and both occupants were found to be over the legal limit. They were advised of city ordinances and a sober driver was given the keys.