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Police reports

 


February 27

Fire Marshall issued a warning for burn requirements.

An individual received harassing phone calls from a person with an East Indian accent at Papke's Landing.

A vehicle was reported out of gas off the roadway at two mile Mitkof Highway.

An elderly individual was hitchhiking near the snow line at the 200 block of S. Nordic Drive. Officers responded out of concern for safety in traffic.

February 28

Petersburg Public Works responded to the report of a large pot hole in need of fill at the 400 block of N. Nordic Drive.

Officers were notified of two incidents of unsafe driving at Harbor Way and Haugen Drive.

A vehicle was blocking a drive way on N. Second Street.

An accident was reported on Haugen Drive.

March 1

Jennifer Arnce, 35, was issued a citation for failure to carry proof of insurance and driving with an expired license on Charles W.

A vehicle was stalled and blocking traffic at Haugen and Nordic Drive.

A vehicle was parked in a lot overnight on the 10 block of N. Nordic Drive.

Officers responded to a possible break-in attempt on S. Second Street.

March 2

Rosa Figueroa, 44, was issued a citation for speeding.

An officer found a vehicle on the side of the road. The driver had pulled over to text.

Gunshots were reported in the area on Frederick Point Road.

March 3

Youths were found on the roof of a building at the baseball fields.

A wallet was stolen from a vehicle on Lake Street.

A vehicle was parked sticking out into a traffic lane on S. Third Street.

An individual reported having a dispute with his girlfriend. She has moved out and follows him everywhere. Officers were notified and talked to suspect on Mitkof Highway.

March 5

A caller reported an individual driving with privileges revoked. A vehicle description and plate information was provided to the officer at Haugen Drive and 12th Street.

A possible violation by a registered sex offender was reported and an officer responded.

During this reporting period there were also eight animal calls, six EMS calls and six burn permits issued.

 

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