April 24-30, 2017
Here is what your police department did this week.
#2907 Traffic collision on private property. Estimate damage to be more than $1,000. Driver not cited.
#2933 Subject observed a tool box fall off the back of a flatbed truck, but was unable to get a hold of the owner. The subject was unable to get the license plate of the truck and brought the tool box to the PD. Unknown who the tool box belongs to.
#2941 Male was arrested after found walking around town while intoxicated, yelling at people creating a disturbance and was in violation of release orders.
#3062 A delivery box type truck hit the arm of an excavator. The box truck was damaged. The excavator did not appear to be damaged. No injuries to the driver and no citation issued.
#3098 A man was walking his dogs and was attacked by several males. The man was punched in the face and struck with a baseball bat.
#3126 Traffic collision.
#3261 Suspect on video seen taking items from local business. Suspect found and issued summons to court.
#3307 Local resident claims some person or persons opened a cable account in another state using his name and local PO Box information.
#3360 Report of female subject soliciting younger female companions to intoxicated male subject.
#3369 Subject left her vehicle parked in a parking lot for a few days and when she returned discovered fresh damage. Note left on car, driver 1 identified.
#3340 Traffic collision.
#3410 Traffic collision.
#3444 Sexual assault. Investigation continuing.
#3528 Juvenile ran away, was located and returned to guardian.
#3563 Officers responded to a welfare check. Intoxicated male subject. Arrested for public intoxication.
#3571 Disturbance. No physical altercation or threats of violence. Male half requesting assistance to hospital for mental disorder.
#3575 Person passed out on sidewalk at intersection. Person found to be intoxicated and unable to care for himself. Arrested for Public Intoxication.
#3581 Sexual assault. Investigation continuing.
#3626 Death investigation.
***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.