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Police Log

November 14, 2012

Items of note from Oct. 24 - Nov. 3.

Blackfoot Police

LOST WALLET: Oct. 24, 4:20 p.m.: A woman said she lost her wallet and she thinks she left it on top of her car in the Walmart parking lot. She returned to the parking lot but it was no longer there.

PIGGY BANK THEFT: Oct. 24, 6:15 p.m.: A woman said someone has stolen her three-year-old's piggy bank and there was $300-400 inside.

IDENTITY THEFT: Oct. 24, 6:17 p.m.: A man said he received a power bill for a residence in Pocatello in his name, but he has always lived with his mom and never had power under his name.

BREAKING IN: Oct. 24, 8:41 p.m.: A caller on South St. said someone is breaking into their neighbor's house.

ACCIDENT: Oct. 24, 9:14 p.m.: A caller reported a truck hitting a power pole. An arrest was made.

SKELETON MASK: Oct. 26, 1:24 p.m.: A caller reported seeing a male on Walker St. wearing a hooded sweatshirt and a skeleton mask.

WHERE THERE IS SMOKE…: Oct. 26, 3:44 p.m.: A caller at the Super 8 said a man is standing near a vehicle and they believe he is trying to start a fire. They said he is kneeled down in the bushes and there is a small plume of smoke.

BROKEN WINDOW: Oct. 27, 3:51 a.m.: A caller said two windows in their truck have been broken.

FOOT SPRAY: Oct. 27, 4:09 p.m.: A woman said her 13-year-old son sprayed foot spray in her boyfriend's face.

COW VS MAILBOX: Oct. 28, 10:03 a.m.: A caller said a group of people are trying to catch a cow that is damaging mailboxes.

GRAND THEFT AUTO: Oct. 28, 1:08 p.m.: A woman said her car was stolen sometime yesterday.

ASSASSINATION PLOT: Oct. 28, 1:50 p.m.: A man said that he has evidence of a person that is threatening to kill the president.

LOUD ENGINE: Oct. 29, 6:24 p.m.: A caller said a man is outside working on his vehicle and the engine revving is scaring their children.

BURGLARY: Oct. 29, 4:52 p.m.: A woman said her apartment was broken into and her Blu-Ray player is missing. She also said her iPod had gone missing in the last week as well.

FRAUD: Oct. 30, 10:22 a.m.: A woman said people have been receiving emails from her business asking for money, but she hasn't been sending those emails to people.

PROWLER: Nov. 2, 3:10 a.m.: A woman said someone was wiggling her doorknob and trying to get in the residence.

SLASHED TIRES: Nov. 2, 12:12 p.m.: A caller said their tires were slashed while at Walmart.

DUDE, WHERE'S MY CAR?: Nov. 2, 2:28 p.m.: A caller said an elderly man has lost his car in the parking lot and requested an officer to help the man find his car.

IMPERSONATING AN OFFICER: Nov. 2, 7:54 p.m.: A man said an intoxicated driver hit his vehicle an then the man claimed to be an officer and tried to arrest him.

DUCKING: Nov. 2, 8:53 p.m.: A caller said a Latino male is listening to an iPod and ducking between cars as officers drive by.

NOT OUR PROBLEM: Nov. 2, 9:36 p.m.: A man said he called the federal government and they told him his complaint does not fall within their purview.

BROKEN WINDOWS: Nov. 3, 9:23 a.m.: A caller said the windows have been broken in his son's vehicle.

SUSPICIOUS DEATH: Nov. 3, 4 p.m.: A man said his wife passed away yesterday and he believes her death is suspicious because she went in for a headache.

BURGLARY: Nov. 3, 5:35 p.m.: A man said his subwoofers were taken out of his vehicle.

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