Nov. 27: Officers assisted Marion County Sheriff with cattle in roadway. Officers located a suspect in a hit and run vehicle accident. A 911 disconnect was checked.
Nov. 28: Officers assisted Sheriff with an abandoned vehicle. A dog complaint was checked. Officers assisted with a reckless driver on Indigo. A fire alarm at Tabor College was checked. Officers fingerprinted a person for employment. Officers attended hazardous materials training. Officers checked a parking complaint at Adams and C Streets.
Nov. 29: A person reported that his iPhone was stolen from his dorm room at Tabor College. Officers assisted Halstead Police Department with an investigation. A strange odor was reported in 300 block of Washington; the smell was believed to be marijuana. A person was fingerprinted for employment.
Nov. 30: Officers served a civil process for the city. A hit and run accident was worked in the 600 block of North Ash Street. A wild duck was reported in an alley downtown. Officers assisted a motorist at U.S. 56 and Adams. Inappropriate behavior was reported. Four people reported having laptop computers stolen from dorm rooms at Tabor College. There was a report of a physical altercation in the 400 block of S. Main Street. One subject was transported to the hospital.
Thursday: A person reported that someone was searching his trash in the 100 block of North Main Street. An abandoned bicycle was reported. Officers worked a traffic accident. Officers assisted social and rehabilitative services with an investigation.
Friday: A business owner in Hillsboro Heights reported a shoplifting incident; the theft was caught on a surveillance camera. A person reported a television was stolen from his room at Tabor College. A person reported that his laptop computer was stolen from his dorm room at Tabor College. A person reported that someone had used his identity to obtain a credit card.
Saturday: A 911 disconnect was checked. Officers checked curfew violation in Memorial Park.