December 19, 2013 | Vol. 39, No. 51

Police reports

December 11

A caller reported an unruly individual.

A caller reported their medications have gone missing at Narrows Inn.

Police located the son of a caller who reported his teenager was not where he was supposed to be.

December 12

A caller reported a family dispute.

Police received a report of a stolen black, Trek 850, 18-speed mountain bike.

A caller reported an individual’s suspicious behavior.

December 14

A caller reported an individual in an area moving things around.

Police received report of suspicious activity in Eagle’s Roost Park.

A caller reported seeing parts of the hospital roof blowing off.

An officer responded to a report of a driver under the influence.

A caller reported an individual who hadn’t returned from a snowmobile outing. Call was unfounded.

Police arrested Jacob A. Sturgeon on two warrants.

December 15

A caller reported a vehicle driving recklessly.

A caller reported vehicles blocking a snow dump area at the airport.

December 16

An officer responded to an individual who reported almost being hit by a car.

A caller reported a driver not using their turn signal.

Police arrested Chase. A. Martin, 19, on a warrant as well as charges of Driving while License is Suspended, Canceled or Revoked and Violating Conditions of Release.

A caller reported harassment.

A caller reported a driver running stop signs.

A caller reported a possible scam text message.

Police received a report of a vehicle blocking snow removal efforts.

A caller reported reckless driving.

December 17

A caller reported a possible drunk driver.

An officer responded to a request for an extra patrol at a business.

A caller requested assistance gaining entry into a locked vehicle.

A caller reported a vehicle not being moved at the ferry terminal.

Police received a report of an individual acting strangely.

A caller reported a possible drunk driver.

A caller reported an individual’s odd activity.

During this reporting period there were three burn permit requests, two EMS dispatches and five animal calls.

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