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Police reports

 


May 8

An intoxicated female was reported screaming and shouting on Lumber Street.

May 9

A vehicle was in the ditch at Scow Bay.

Suspicious activity was reported on Birch Street.

Officers responded to a report of a scam phone call regarding computer software.

Officers were notified of a small SUV racing around.

A verbal warning was issued for driving the wrong direction on a one way street.

A bicycle was stolen from in front of a business on N. Nordic Drive.

Officers were notified of a child riding on the lap of a front seat passenger on Excel Street.

May 10

A boat on a trailer has been parked for over a week on S. Nordic Drive.

A vehicle with a flat tire has been parked by a business for over a week on S. Nordic Drive.

May 11

Officers responded to a possible altercation outside of a bar.

A warning was issued for speed at 2.75 mile Mitkof Highway.

Officers responded to the report of a person on a dirt bike driving dangerously on Hungerford Hill.

A barricade was moved from a closed street at Excel and First Streets.

A flare was reported at marker 17 Narrows.

May 12

A disabled vehicle was reported which appeared to have something broken on the steering on N. Nordic Drive.

A vehicle was parked with expired tags on N. Nordic Drive.

A burglary at a residence was reported.

Officers responded to an individual receiving threats at a store on the 200 block of N. Nordic Drive.

May 13

Petersburg Harbormaster reported suspicious activity on S. Nordic Drive. Individual was gone when officers arrived.

Two teenagers acting suspiciously were reported on the 400 block of Kiseno Street.

A disabled vehicle was blocking the view from the street on S. Nordic Drive.

Officers responded to the report of a residence being paint balled on Tango Street.

A compressor and construction sounds were preventing sleep on S. Nordic Drive.

Noise from a neighbor was preventing sleep on Hungerford Hill, an officer responded.

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

 

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