PRESS BLOTTER FOR SEPTEMBER
September 11-17, 2017

Another week under our gun-belts. Here are the report calls we took last week.

PDP170900044 09/11/2017 9:24:00 Several thousands of dollars of misappropriated funds from non-profit.
PDP170900045 09/11/2017 12:08:00 Subject pulling trailer struck another vehicle causing damages over $1000.00.
PDP170900047 09/11/2017 13:30:00 Unsecure bike taken from residence. Value over $1000.00.
PDP170900046 09/11/2017 13:46:00 Drugs found by airport employees turned in.
PDP170900076 09/11/2017 16:06:00 Lifted Jeep backed into motorcycle and knocked it over.
PDP170900048 09/11/2017 16:52:00 2 Vehicle collision at Broadway and Hwy 22, No injuries reported
PDP170900049 09/12/2017 2:11:00 A woman called dispatch to report that her friend had been sexually assaulted. The reported victim was interviewed by officers on scene and stated multiple times that the sexual contact was voluntary and consensual. The reported victim refused to be seen by EMS when officers requested, but was later talked into going to the hospital by the reporting party.
PDP170900050 09/12/2017 5:19:00 Victim found her place ransacked with $200.00 missing.
PDP170900051 09/12/2017 11:45:28 Traffic collision.
PDP170900052 09/12/2017 15:01:00 A blue Schwinn bicycle was left in the street for a couple of days.
PDP170900053 09/12/2017 15:25:00 Driver 1 backed into Driver 2 in the entrance of a parking lot.
PDP170900054 09/12/2017 20:14:54 Traffic collision.
PDP170900055 09/13/2017 1:38:00 Police investigating fire alarm call at apartment building. Detected an odor of marijuana in building. Located source of odor and made contact with resident and resident voluntarily surrendered green plant substance and paraphernalia. Due to resident's cooperation, no citation issued. Property was taken for destruction.
PDP170900056 09/13/2017 9:07:00 An unknown driver and vehicle collided with an unattended vehicle at 400 US Hwy 89.
PDP170900061 09/13/2017 13:08:00 Hit and Run called in by a witness, under investigation.
PDP170900057 09/14/2017 13:09:00 Verbal altercation between two roommates.
PDP170900058 09/14/2017 15:05:00 A two vehicle non injury collision.
PDP170900059 09/14/2017 23:50:00 Bicycle was taken from the bike rack at the Brew Pub.
PDP170900060 09/15/2017 0:03:00 Intoxicated male accidentally shot himself in the abdomen. Officer determined no crime committed and subject was transported to the hospital for treatment.
PDP170900063 09/15/2017 21:07:00 Reported intoxicated subject looking for vehicle in parking lot. Officer's made contact with intoxicated female who advised she was looking for her car so she could drive home. Subject was arrested for Public Intoxication.
PDP170900065 09/15/2017 21:39:47 Traffic collision.
PDP170900064 09/16/2017 2:34:21 Three suspects ran from taxi after being charged for throwing up in vehicle.
PDP170900066 09/16/2017 15:43:00 Victim reported co-worker struck her on the face. Declined prosecution.
PDP170900067 09/17/2017 0:42:25 Traffic stop. Unknown further.
PDP170900068 09/17/2017 1:56:00 A Traffic Stop for speeding 58/35 led to an Arrest for DUI after the driver failed sobriety tests. Breath Test result of 0.16% at the Jail.
PDP170900069 09/17/2017 2:51:00 Traffic stop on High School Rd by Smith's. Driver arrested for D.W.U.I.
PDP170900070 09/17/2017 4:30:00 Reported suspicious intoxicated person walking around without shoes. Subject arrested for Public Intoxication.
PDP170900071 09/17/2017 8:33:37 Bullet found in carry-on bag at airport.
PDP170900072 09/17/2017 13:19:00 Victim was playing in the neighbor's yard with the neighbor's dog when the dog bit him on the right cheek, causing an open wound.
PDP170900073 09/17/2017 19:27:16 Warrant arrest.
PDP170900074 09/17/2017 23:02:00 Man reported to be camping illegally. Man contacted and cited for illegal camping. Man stated he would not pay the fine or show up to court. Man was arrested.
Total Records: 31


***JACKSON PD SAYS: If you have any information related to any crime you see here (or any other), please contact the police department, or call CRIME STOPPERS at (307) 733-5148. We rely heavily on you to direct our efforts. You can remain anonymous.

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