Officers responded to a juvenile problem at Washington school regarding a child who was out of control. The child’s parent was contacted and took the child home.
Officers investigated a crash on Wilson Street when a pickup owned by Delbert Zorn rolled into a parked pickup owned by Amanda Quitberg. No injuries were reported and damage to both trucks was estimated at under $1000 each.
An Attempted Fraud report was taken on Daniel Boone Drive when the victim advised he received several calls from subjects purporting to be from Century Link telling him he could save money by switching to their service. The victim called Century Link and was advised no representatives from their company called him. No personal information was given and no money was sent. The victim just wanted the police to be aware of the scam.
A set of keys were found and turned in to the PD.
A small unattended child was found on Logan Street and later was returned to his parent. A report was forwarded to the Department of Family Services for review.
Officers took an Attempted Fraud report on E 2nd N when the victim advised her daughter was on the internet and went to a website called Zoophilia. The daughter pressed a run or scan button and was taken to a website titled FBI Cyber Crime Division and instructed to pay a fine or be prosecuted for Child Pornography and the computer screen became frozen. The FBI does not have websites that freeze victim’s computers and charge a fee to restore them.
Officers assisted ambulance personnel on Crossbow Street with a 51 year old male suffering from low blood sugar.
Officers assisted ambulance personnel on Mansface Street with an 80 year old male who had fallen.