Police Report 9/21/20-9/26/20


Monday 9-21-2020
-12:15PM. Officer investigated a complaint of a possible gun shot in the 200 blk of SW 6th St. Officer was unable to locate anything.

-1:23PM. Officer received a call reference a loose dog in the 400 blk of North 1st. St.

Tuesday 9-22-2020
-9:37AM. Officer received a complaint about dogs at large in the 400 blk of NW 3rd St.

-12:31PM. Officer assisted a subject with harassment in the 500 blk of W. Walnut St.

Wednesday 9-23-2020
-3:27PM. Officer received a complaint of a Facebook scam from an Ogden resident.

-5:11PM. Deputy received a report that a 17-year-old female had runaway from a residence in Ogden. The female returned home about 30 minutes later.

Thursday 9-24-2020
-9:55AM. Officer assisted Ogden First Responders and Boone County Ambulance.

-6:15PM. Officer responded to 267 SE 2nd Street for a report of theft and vandalism to a couple cars of subjects working at this residence. Brandon Appenzeller, 26, of Boone reported that someone stole his ignition key and punctured a tire on his car, while it was parking in the parking lot of the old Howe Elementary building. Nicholas Oppedahl, 24, of Ames reported that his ignition key was also taken from his vehicle that was parked in the same parking lot.

-7:27PM. Officer investigated a 2-vehicle accident in the Caseys parking lot. There was less than $1,500.00 damage, so no state report was filed.

-8:37PM. Officer assisted Kuemper Catholic School bus that had broke down. Officer contact Ogden Community School and they loaned Carroll a bus, so they could return to Carroll.

Friday 9-25-2020
-8:30AM. Officer investigated a theft from motor vehicle which occurred in the 200 blk of SE 2nd.

-1:08PM. Officer removed debris from the roadway on the 220th Street westbound off- ramp.
-2:25PM. Officer assisted Ogden First responders at 619 Haws Dr. #4.

Saturday 9-26-2020
-12:56PM Deputy retrieved some lost property at 125 W Maple St.

-8:05PM. Officer received a complaint of someone burning at 408 SE 3rd Street. The subject at the residence had a recreational fire going.