May 4: Officers checked on suspicious activity and took a report from a boy that said three adults had threatened to shoot him with a BB gun.
May 5: Police attended to an animal welfare concern, recovered an abandoned bicycle, and took a traffic complaint in which it was reported that a person was operating a motorcycle with a child passenger who was not wearing a helmet.
May 6: Police took a report of a vicious cat entering a residence and attacking the house pets inside, responded to a report of suspicious activity, and addressed a report in which a person had struck couples’ vehicle with a tire. Officers also took a dog complaint, a report of verbal argument between juvenile siblings, and responded to a theft report in which a youth believed another boy had stolen his lighter fluid. Upon investigation, police found no evidence that a crime had actually occurred. Officers also took a report of a skunk inside a building at the industrial park.
May 7: Police addressed a disturbance complaint in which a woman believed someone had kidnapped her child. Police discovered the woman was delusional and she was referred to mental health facilities. Officers also took a dog complaint and a juvenile complaint in which a juvenile was refusing to leave a residence.
Thursday: Officers responded to a 911 disconnect in which a woman had called because a caregiver had entered her apartment to clean. Police took a report from people who suspected a juvenile had stolen an e-cigarette from their residence. Officers responded to a disturbance complaint that involved child custody, a report of suspicious activity, and an animal welfare concern. Police also addressed a domestic disturbance in which people were reported to be in a verbal argument outside of their apartment. Police responded to a hit and run accident in Memorial Park in which a stolen vehicle struck the fence at the baseball field at an unknown time.
Friday: Officers took a report of an abandoned vehicle and a dog complaint.
Saturday: Officers assisted a handicapped person whose wheelchair was stuck in the mud. Police also responded to a report of physical altercation in which it was discovered that the people in question were not fighting.
April 24: Police responded to Oasis.
April 25: Police took reports of possible identity theft and harassment.
April 26: Officers responded to a report of a tree falling on power lines that then fell on a car and removed debris from roadway. Police responded to a burglary alarm and spoke with individuals hanging out on Main St.
April 27: During a traffic stop, canine Legion was deployed and found controlled substances in the vehicle of Daniel Kopfman of Kansas City. Kopfman was arrested on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
April 28: Officers took a driving complaint and a report of criminal damage to property. Police responded to a report of criminal activity.
April 29: Police took a parking complaint and a report of a found weapon. The weapon was logged into evidence and stored.
April 30: Police responded to Oasis for a report of an out of control juvenile, who was later arrested on suspicion of battery of a school employee, assault, and disorderly conduct. Justin Loomis of Marion was arrested after a traffic stop on suspicion of transporting an open container and minor in possession of alcohol. Melissa Tajchman of Marion was arrested on a warrant.
May 2: Officers took a parking complaint, a dog complaint, and reports of a suspicious person talking with kids, trespassing, theft, a suspicious person at Casey’s General Store, and lost sports equipment from the high school.
May 3: Police provided funeral escort, responded to a report of a person looking into windows, assisted sheriff’s deputies with a disturbance in Florence, and took reports of deprivation of property and a possible drunk driver. Officers returned a recovered weapon to its owner.
May 4: Police took reports of a non-injury hit and run, of a woman with a broken down wheel chair, and a disabled car on First St.
May 5: Officers took reports of a hit and run accident, open burning, and a resident burning leaves in town. Police arrested Corey Shields of Marion on a Greenwood County warrant.
May 7: Police issued a search warrant on Forest St., where 25 grams of marijuana was found. Cyle Wilson of Marion was arrested on suspicion of possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. A second person was transported to St. Luke Hospital due to a medical issue.
May 8: During a traffic stop, Michael Myers of Marion was arrested on suspicion of disorderly conduct, possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, and improper vehicle registration. Police took a report of a minor transporting alcohol and assisted Hillsboro police in search for a suspect in an aggravated battery case.
May 9: Officers provided a welfare check, assisted Life Team with traffic control at St. Luke, responded to Oasis, and took reports of a reckless driver in the county, theft, and a stranded vehicle at U.S. 56 and Cedar St. During a traffic stop, Legion indicated and the driver was arrested on suspicion of driving while suspended and possession of marijuana and paraphernalia. Police found an anhydrous tank leaking at the co-op.
May 10: Police assisted sheriff’s deputies with a man with a gun on U.S. 150 and responded to a physical fight two residents were arrested.
May 11: Police assisted sheriff’s deputies with the arrest of two disorderly suspects, provided a welfare check, and assisted Marion ambulance.
May 6: Police completed a record check for a person who requested permission to ride with officers. A report of a suspicious act was taken.
May 7: Officers recovered some found property. A report was made of theft of residential property.
Thursday: Police arrested Cupul Ku Satiago on suspicion of driving while suspended.
Saturday: Police issued a citation to Dennis Felder on suspicion of failure to merge for an emergency vehicle. Police took an information report on domestic violence.
Sunday: Police took a report of criminal damage to property and a report on a civil matter.