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Posted on: April 5, 2012

[ARCHIVED] Police Dept. Press Release 4/05/2012

Officers investigated a five-day parking violation at the 2000 block of E Teton.

Officers were called to Smith’s in order to assist with follow-up on a prior larceny report. A relative to the suspect in the incident wanted a civil standby in order to return the property to the rightful owner.

Officers investigated a traffic crash in the parking lot of Pamida when a 2010 Jeep Wrangler backed into parked 1997 Pontiac Bonneville. No injuries were reported.

Suspicious circumstances were reported on Fir Street where an 11-year old juvenile was approached by an adult male and female in a red four-door passenger car. The adult male, described as having a goatee and mustache, approximately 30-years-old, 6 feet tall, wearing a red shirt, asked the juvenile if he wanted some candy. When the juvenile stated that he did not want anything, the male subject continued to ask as the juvenile walked away. Officers checked the area, but were unable to locate the subjects.

Officers investigated a parking complaint at the 600 block of Barnhart where a motor home was reportedly blocking the sidewalk. The owner was contacted and the vehicle was moved.

Officers assisted ambulance personnel on Apache for a 92 year-old female that was cold, weak, and unable to get out of bed.

A neighborhood dispute and possible harassment were reported on Trail Drive. A male and female subject reported a dispute with their neighbor concerning some nuisance property.

Officers investigated a reckless driving complaint on Honor Way where a black Chevrolet truck was seen driving fast through the area, while several juveniles were “car surfing” in the back of the truck.

Two juveniles were cited for minor in possession of tobacco at Apache Trails Park. Officers were investigating a juvenile problem at the park where some older juveniles had been reportedly harassing some younger children. The subjects were located and were found to be in possession of cigarettes.

Officers investigated an incident where a parked vehicle was hit with a paintball. No damages were found on the vehicle.

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