Ogden Police Report September 2-8

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September 2, 2019

  • An officer received information that two missing juveniles from Ames were possibly in Ogden. The officer spoke with a parent at a residence where the juveniles were reported to be, and she said her daughter had seen snap chat posts of the girls being in Madrid two days ago.
  • An officer responded to the old Howe Elementary School building on a report of four juveniles seen entering the building. The officer located four juvenile males inside of the building. The custodian did not wish to press charges, but he did say that he would have the juveniles help do some cleaning this week.
  • A Boone County Deputy assisted someone locked out of a vehicle.

September 3, 2019

  • An Ogden resident called and asked to speak with an Officer. She had two juvenile females show up during the night who were reported as runaways out of Ames. An officer notified the Ames Police Department, which notified the girls’ mother, and she came and picked them up.
  • An Ogden resident reported receiving a phone call from someone claiming to be from IRS and stating his Social Security number had been compromised. The officer advised this is a scam and that the resident should check his credit report and freeze his credit as a safety precaution.
  • An officer received a complaint of someone burning brush. The officer spoke with someone burning brush and advised the person to pour water over the fire. The officer advised the person that residents of Ogden can only burn between April 15 and May 15 and between Oct. 1 and Nov. 15.

September 4, 2019

  • An officer provided a funeral escort from the Zion Lutheran Church east to E. First Street and then north out of town.
  • An officer assisted someone locked out of a vehicle.
  • An officer received a report of a male sitting on side of the road in the 100 block of N.W. Seventh Street. The officer was unable to locate the male.

September 5, 2019

  • An officer assisted a Boone Police Department officer and Boone County Deputies with a motorcycle rider who would not stop for the Boone officer. They finally stopped the motorcycle rider in the 500 block of 219th Street.
  • An Ogden resident reported she had received a letter in the mail claiming she had won $25,000. In the letter was a check that she was supposed to deposit in her bank account and then call a number in the letter and speak with a claims agent to activate the check. The agent advised her to buy four $450 Best Buy gift cards. The Ogden resident thought this sounded like a scam, so she called the police. An officer advised her that when one wins a prize, one does not have to purchase or send any money in order to collect the prize, so this was a scam.
  • An officer received a report of a male student who left the Ogden Middle School/High School property. The student walked home, and his father was there and brought the student back to school.

September 6, 2019

  • An Ogden resident reported that her dog got loose.
  • An officer returned property to an Ogden resident.
  • An officer was called to an Ogden residence for an adult female who was out of control.
  • An officer received a report of a small female child sitting very close to the road in the 800 block of N. First Street. The officer located the child, moved her closer to her house and notified her mother of the situation.
  • An officer received a complaint of two juvenile males throwing rocks at windows in the old Howe Elementary School building. The officer was unable to locate the juveniles. There were no windows broken.

September 7, 2019

  • An officer assisted Ogden First Responders and Boone County Ambulance.
  • Jessica Peterson said three people were on her property, and she would like them to leave. An officer spoke with people and advised them to leave, which they did.
  • An officer returned property to someone.
  • A Boone County Deputy assisted Ogden First Responders and Boone County Ambulance with a call at ACCURA Health Care.

September 8, 2019

  • An officer assisted a Boone County Deputy with a single-vehicle accident at L Avenue and 216th Street. The officers did not locate the vehicle.
  • An officer assisted with a child exchange.
  • An officer assisted with a child custody matter at 525 N. First St.
  • An officer investigated a child custody issue.
  • An officer investigated a suspicious vehicle in the 100 block of W. Locust Street.

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

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