A caller reported a vehicle parked at a location on the 200 block of North Lumber Street for four days.
A caller reported a power outage at Papke’s.
Police receive report of a concern for individuals.
A caller reported illegal tree cutting near City Creek Bridge.
An officer responded to a parking accident.
Officers spoke with individuals on borough property after hours.
An officer responded to report of two individuals standing in the middle of the road on 2nd and Kiseno and not getting out of the way.
A caller reported a suspicious individual in the elementary school area.
A caller reported an individual stashing bags at the Catholic Church.
An officer responded to request with assistance with a disgruntled employee.
A caller reported a stolen TV.
A caller reported a pleasure craft boat on the beach close to rocks.
A caller reported a nasty smelling odor coming from burning.
An officer responded to a report of an individual walking on the 700 block of Haugen Drive with a gun.
Police issued William Flor, 62, a speeding citation.
Police issued Hyo Kim, 59, citations for speeding and no proof of insurance.
A caller reported an individual on school property in violation of served request. Todd Lappetito, 55, was arrested on charges of Misconduct involving a Controlled Substance in the 4th degree, Criminal Trespass in the 2nd degree and Violating Conditions of Release.
A caller reported a family dispute.
Police issued Kayin McCay, 17, a speeding citation.
A caller reported a physical brawl between two men.
Police issued Amy Drew-Long, 30, citation for expired registration.
Police issued Nancy Zaic, 57, citation for no proof of insurance.
Police issued Leonard Yatchmenoff, 42, citation for no proof of insurance.
A caller reported a driver speeding, sliding around corners and squealing tires on 14th and Sandy Beach Drive. Caller gave vehicle and driver info.
A caller reported an unfounded smell of ammonia near the 400 block of North Nordic Drive.
A caller reported a parking violation.
During this reporting period there were three EMS dispatches, four animal calls and six burn permits issued.