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Police Log

November 27, 2012

Items of note from Nov. 4-14.

Blackfoot Police

GRAND THEFT AUTO: Nov. 4 12:36 a.m.: A man said his Ford Explorer has been taken and that the keys were left inside the vehicle.

DOG HOUSE: Nov. 5, 12:11 p.m.: A woman said her large doghouse was stolen out of her backyard about two weeks ago.

FALSE ALARMS: Nov. 5, 6:49 a.m.: A caller said a man is going door-to-door claiming he is with an alarm company that is attempting to sell fraudulent products. They said the man was last seen two weeks ago.

MISSING PILLS: Nov. 6, 2:22 a.m.: A woman said she is missing her pain medications.

ACCIDENT: Nov. 6, 1:05 p.m.: A caller at Blackfoot High School requested an ambulance for a 16-year-old male who fell off of a moving vehicle and hit his head on the road. An arrest was made.

DANGEROUS RIDE: Nov. 6, 3:52 p.m.: A caller said there is a truck that is unsafe to be driven but the owner cannot afford to fix the truck and intends to continue driving it.

BREAK-IN: Nov. 7, 11:18 p.m.: A woman said both doors were open when she arrived home and she thinks someone has been in the residence, but it does not appear that anything is missing.

BURGLARY: Nov. 8, 4:20 p.m.: A man said someone broke into his residence on Fisher Avenue and took his lockbox and $50.

VULGAR VEHICLE: Nov. 8, 8:23 p.m.: A caller said there is a red vehicle with vulgar writing on it that is parked outside the residence and nobody is around.

RACING: Nov. 9, 1:05 a.m.: A caller said their neighbor keeps revving the engine and racing his truck up and down Walker Street.

SNOWBALLS: Nov. 9, 7:48 a.m.: A caller said a female juvenile is throwing snowballs at passing cars.

GAS THEFT: Nov. 9, 4:56 p.m.: A caller at Maverik reported a vehicle leaving without paying for $44 in gas.

VEHICLE SHOT: Nov. 9, 6:48 p.m.: A man said someone shot his car sometime during the night.

EGGED: Nov. 10, 12:57 p.m.: A man said his friend's ex-boyfriend keeps driving past his and several other houses and he thinks the ex-boyfriend egged his car.

JOYRIDING: Nov. 10, 6:04 p.m.: A woman said her Ford Taurus has been stolen.

COOKIE CONTEST: Nov. 10, 8:49 p.m.: A caller said several vehicles are spinning cookies in the church parking lot on Mount Putnam Drive.

TEMPER TANTRUM: Nov. 11, 9:06 p.m.: A caller said their 12-year-old daughter is throwing items and having a temper tantrum because she was asked to fold laundry.

GAS THEFT: Nov. 12, 7:55 a.m.: A caller at Maverik said a vehicle left without paying for $20 in gas.

LIGHTS OUT: Nov. 12, 7:50 a.m.: A man said someone has cut a section of his Christmas lights out on his fence.

GRAND THEFT AUTO: Nov. 13, 5;03 p.m.: A woman said someone took her keys out of her cart at Walmart and her car is gone.

COMPUTER PROBLEM: Nov. 13, 6:02 p.m.: A woman said she was on her computer and the screen went white and then displayed a message from the FBI stating she owes $7,000 for watching child pornography. She asked to have someone verify that it is not legitimate.

SHOPLIFTING: Nov. 14, 3:01 p.m.: A caller at Daisy's Gas said they caught two six-year-old males shoplifting.

 

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