January 9, 2018
- A caller “requested to speak to an officer about pressing attempted murder charges on a person who rear-ended him.” An officer responded.
- A caller said “he lives in Kansas but has concerns over his ex-wife using different addresses for mail.” An officer responded.
- A caller said “she received a call” saying “someone has used her credit cards as well as her Social Security” number. The caller was “advised ways to get numbers blocked so she no longer receives calls from them.”
- A caller said his dog was lost. The caller called again and said his dog was found.
- A caller from a local bank said a customer “cashed several checks to buy gift cards for someone.” An officer responded and made contact with the customer, who said “she was having checks digitally depositied into her account, and she would buy iTunes cards.” The customer said “a friend of hers did this and was paid for it.” The customer “was advised it was a scam.”
- A caller said “someone dropped off a cattle trailer on his parking lot” and “said he was not going tp pick it up.” An officer responded.
- A caller said “someone used her name to open up a” cable television account. An officer responded.
- A caller asked “what he can do about his ex-roommate’s preperty still at his residence.” An officer responded.
- A caller said she and her husband “are no longer living together, and there’s a protective order between the two, so she can’t contact him.” The caller asked for information “on what she can do about bills that are owed for their house that are under his name.” An officer responded.
- A caller said “there was fraud in his account.” An officer responded.
- A caller said “her sister is testing the limits of the no-trespass order she has on her,” and the caller “wanted to know what the perimeter is for the no-trespass order.” An officer responded.
*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.