Ogden Police Report May 8-14

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May 8, 2017

  • An officer removed debris from the roadway in the 300 block of E. Walnut Street.
  • An officer assisted a stranded motorist at 320 S.W. Second St.
  • An officer assisted a Boone County Deputy Sheriff with a disabled vehicle at the intersection of 170th Street and D Avenue.
  • An officer investigated a complaint of a reckless driver on 170th Street. The officer was unable to locate the vehicle.

May 9, 2017

  • An officer received a complaint of a resident who has not mowed the yard yet. The officer spoke with resident, and the resident will get the lawn mowed.
  • An officer received a school bus violation report. The officer cited Paul Millang, 53, of Ogden for alleged unsafe passing of a stopped school bus.
  • An officer assisted someone locked out of vehicle.
  • An officer received a report from the parent of a middle school child that his daughter had been assaulted while at school today. The officer spoke with all parties involved, and both parents agreed that no charges need to be filed as long as this doesn’t happen again.

May 10, 2017

  • An officer was asked to check on the welfare of a child. The child was fine.
  • An Ogden resident reported a boy’s black, 26” mountain bike was missing from the residence.
  • An officer assisted a resident who was locked out of a residence.
  • An officer returned a key fob to its owner. The fob was found outside of the Ogden Community Center Sunday.

May 11, 2017

  • An officer received a complaint of two juvenile males climbing the rock pile in the 200 block of N. First Street on the Boone County Secondary Roads property and throwing rocks into the street and at cars. The officer spoke with the boys and advised them to stay off of the rock pile and to go home.
  • An officer received a complaint about a possible fight in the 400 block of N.E. Second Street. This was a verbal argument between a resident at 402 N.E. Second St. and someone who was walking his dog past her house and causing her dogs to bark.

May 12, 2017

  • The Ogden High School principal reported that a student made threats against another student. After searching a gym bag, a pocket knife was found. There were no charges filed, but the student is being dealt with according to the Ogden High School Handbook.
  • An officer received a complaint about a group of juveniles on the railroad tracks at the First Street crossing. The officer was unable to locate anyone near the tracks.

May 13, 2017

  • An officer responded to an intrusion alarm at the Howe Elementary School. The officer and the school custodian found the building to be secure, and no one was in or around the building.
  • An officer assisted the Ogden First Responders and the Boone County EMS with an Ogden resident who passed away during the night.
  • An officer received a complaint about a dog that was tangled up in its cable and had no food or water. The officer spoke with the owner of the dog and had the owner free the animal. The officer also informed the owner that the animal must be tied up in a tangle-free environment and must be provided food, water and shelter. The officer advised he would be stopping by periodically and checking that these items have been addressed.
  • An officer received a complaint about a group of four or five juvenile males riding a mini-bike on the Howe Elementary School grounds. The officer talked to a parent of the boys who own the mini-bike and advised all concerned to stay on their own property.
  • An officer assisted a Boone County Deputy Sheriff with several intoxicated people at the Don Williams Lake campground.

May 14, 2017

  • An officer was asked to look for a black Dodge pickup that left the south side Casey’s in Boone without pay for gas. The driver was possibly en route to Stratford. The officer was unable to locate the vehicle.

*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

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