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Hillsboro police

April 8: Officers located two juveniles making prank calls to dispatch. A motorist was assisted. A child custody dispute was mediated; a custodial parent refused to give custody to a non-custodial parent. A dog complaint was checked.

April 9: Officers destroyed a diseased animal near the golf course. A person was fingerprinted for employment. Suspicious activity was checked in the 600 block of North Ash Street. Officers assisted Marion County Sheriff’s officers with a civil process. An officer conducted a DARE class at Hillsboro Elementary School. Officers conducted two Vehicle Identification Number inspections. A person reported suspicious activity by a company that installed an alarm system. Officers assisted the Kansas Bureau of Investigation with an investigation. A dog complaint was checked. Suspicious activity was checked in the 100 block of South Main Street.

April 10: A non-injury accident in the 300 block of Floral Drive was worked; damage was under $1,000 and no report was needed. A camper hookup was performed. A person reported being harassed by an ex-wife via text. A non-injury accident was worked. An officer seized stolen property from a pawnshop in Wichita. A person reported vandalism to property in the 400 block of South Wilson Street. A person reported a lost or stolen vehicle registration tag.

April 11: Officers assisted a federal agency with background investigation. Officers assisted a resident locked out of his or her home. A parking complaint was checked. Officers assisted a subject needing medical attention in the 400 block of South Main Street. Officers assisted Harvey County Sheriff’s officers with an accident report. A person reported he was repossessing a vehicle in the 100 block of North Jefferson. Suspicious activity was checked in the Memorial Park restrooms. A motorist was assisted. Curfew violations in Memorial Park were checked.

April 12: Officer radars were recertified. A dog complaint was checked. Officers assisted the McPherson Police Department with an investigation. A dog complaint was checked. A motorist was assisted. Suspicious activity was checked in the 100 block of North Main Street.

April 13: Officers checked weather watch equipment in preparation of possible severe weather. A non-injury accident was worked; it was minor damage and neither party requested a report. Officers assisted Lifeteam with a helicopter landing.

April 14: Officers operated the weather watch base due to severe weather. Officers contacted key holders to open storm shelters. A dog complaint was checked. Officers advised high school and auction personnel at the fairgrounds of severe weather event. Suspicious activity was checked in the 100 block of North Main Street.

Last modified April 19, 2012

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