Police Report 9/10/18-9/16/18

Monday September 10, 2018

-10:54AM.  Officer assisted Boone County Deputy with a fight between several adult males at 1018 215th Pl.

-12:12PM.  Officer assisted subject locked out of vehicle.

-3:03PM.  Officer received a citizen’s complaint in regards to garbage bags in the alley in the 200 block of west Oak Street.  The officer spoke with resident at 301 SW 3rd.  The resident advised the garbage would be picked up this week.


Tuesday September 11, 2018

-2:31AM.  Deputy responded to an incomplete 911 from an Ogden residence.  The elderly female that is living there was taken to the Boone County Hospital for a mental evaluation.

-10:20AM.  Brent Clark, owner of Clark’s Food Mart, turned over a counterfeit $100 bill.

-3:18PM.  Resident of 207 E Walnut requested to speak with officer about her cat having been run over earlier.

-3:50PM.  Officer received a complaint of a possible intoxicated driver.  Officer stopped the driver in the 100 block of E Sycamore Street.  The driver was not intoxicated, but may have been distracted by 2-year-old child in the back seat.

-6:50PM.  Deputies responded to a domestic situation in the 600 block of E Walnut Street.  Passerby reported that it appeared a female that was walking and a male subject in a truck was having a heated argument.  The subjects had left the area before deputies arrived, but the deputies were able to locate the individuals involved.  This was an argument only and no charges were filed.


Wednesday September 12, 2018

-6:35AM.  Officer responded to a single vehicle accident in the Caseys Parking Lot.  Robert Anderson 28, of Ogden left his car running and in gear, when he went into the store.  While in the store, his car went up over the curb striking the building.  There was no damage to his vehicle, but approximately $8,000.00 damage to the building.

-8:47AM.  Officer assisted Ogden First Responders and Boone County Ambulance.

-3:15PM.  Officer responded to a domestic situation.

-5:43PM.  Pat Stuhldryer reported that her Corgy puppy had gotten out of the house and is missing.


Thursday September 13, 2018

-3:27AM. Deputy assisted Ogden First responders at 114 W. Sycamore St.

-5:55AM. Officer assisted a stranded motorist at 325 E. Division St.

-10:20AM. Officer assisted with an animal complaint.

-11:35AM. Officer investigated a possible sales scam.

-2:33PM. Officer responded to Vision Bank for an intrusion alarm. This was a false alarm.

-5:00PM. Officer assisted a stranded motorist in the 100 blk of SW 3rd St.

-9:20PM. Officer assisted a stranded pedestrian.


Friday September 14, 2018

-9:09AM. Officer investigated a possible breaking and entering at 420 NE 4th St.

-10:39AM. Officer investigated a possible minor single vehicle accident in the 400 blk of W. Walnut St.

-11:28AM. Officer assisted Ogden first responders at Clarks Food Mart.

-7:11PM. Deputy investigated an illegal burning complaint at 114 W. Division St.

-11:03PM. Deputy investigated a noise complaint at 425 E. Sycamore St.


Saturday September 15, 2018

-4:19AM. Deputy investigated a security alarm at Howe Elementary school.

-9:24PM. Officer investigated a hit and run motor vehicle accident at 207 W. Maple St.

-10:53AM. Officer assisted a Green County Deputy with a stranded motorist.

-12:34PM.  Officer asked Boone County Communications to notify the Union Pacific Railroad that all of railroad crossing were blocked.


Sunday September 16, 2018

-6:45AM.  Officer assisted lost motorist.

-10:35AM.  Officer was asked to look for a semi-tractor-trailer that was driving erratically eastbound on 220th from Greene County.  The officer was unable to locate the vehicle.

-3:20PM.  Officer responded to a verbal argument in the 100 block of West Maple Street.  There were no charges filed.