March 23, 2019 – Day Shift

Police responded to an alarm call from a downtown business. Upon arrival police learned an employee had accidentally set off the alarm. No further action was required.

Police later assisted a family that had sold a piece of electronic equipment that still had credit card information stored in it. Police were able to advise the new owner and the matter was settled without further issue. Police would like to remind the public when selling any type of electronics that they should delete any personal information before selling or disposing of it.

Police later observed a person that entered a vehicle and was showing signs of intoxication. The vehicle was checked and the driver was tested with a roadside screening device. The instrument registered a “warning” and the driver was suspended from driving for 3 days. The vehicle was also impounded.

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