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A $10 counterfeit bill was reported at 1:26 p.m. June 8 from First National Bank on Locust Street. Bank staff did not know who may have passed the bill. 

Fraud was reported at 5:18 p.m. June 9. The complainant told police she received a phone call from a man claiming  to be from Westconsin's Fraud Department. The man told her he was calling due to fraudulent charges on her account, and then asked for all her account information. She then received text messages about fraudulent charges, and the man called back to say a “fraudster” had been apprehended. Two transfers were made clearing out her savings account, and multiple transactions were made. Loss: $6,694.58


A firearm was reported stolen at 4:46 p.m. June 9. The 9mm firearm was taken from the owner’s vehicle. 

A front license plate was reported stolen at 10:07 a.m. June 10 from Pearl Street.. 

An officer was dispatched to a burglary not in progress on June 11 around 7:50 p.m. at 1396 Cemetery Road. The officer noticed multiple storage units ajar. It is unknown if items are missing. 

A silver Toyota Camry was stolen on June 13 at 3:11 on the 100 block of East Maple Street. 

Animal safety

On June 11, an officer was alerted to an animal complaint. The officer located a dog outside of a residence on the 400 block of Third street on a leash secured to the ground with a pitchfork. The dog appeared to be in good health and not in distress. It was 86 degrees outside. At a later date, an officer explained to the owner the need to provide shelter, food and water for the dog. 

Property damage

A gay pride flag, a “hate has no home here” Black Lives Matter yard sign and a small hanging flagpole were damaged on Kimberly Circle on June 13. Loss: $75. 

A complaint was made about a property damage on June 14. The complainant stated that various items, including Apple AirPods, bedding, brand name jeans, a laptop and tablet were moved and found in a bag on the porch of the residence. The complainant then noticed human feces on her belongings.


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