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Hillsboro police report

Criminal damage to property

Damage to an entry door of a business located in the 600 block of East Main Street, Goessel was reported at 11:25 a.m. Nov. 2. The door is valued at $100.

Oct. 23: A vehicle alarm was reported. Fraudulent use of a credit card was reported.

Oct. 24: A civil stand-by was checked. Officers assisted McPherson County Sheriff officers with an investigation. A report of several juveniles fighting in Hillsboro Memorial park was checked. A noise complaint was filed. Officers assisted a motorist.

Oct. 25: A strange odor was reported on South Date Street. A burglary was reported at the sports complex; suspects have been identified in the case, which is still under investigation. Officers attended municipal court. Two stolen bicycles were reported. Officers assisted a motorist.

Oct. 26: A dog complaint was filed. Officers collected evidence in Memorial Park from the burglary at the sports complex. Officers issued citations for subjects driving beyond their driver’s license restrictions.

Oct. 27: A non-injury accident was worked at Adams and D Street. A parking complaint was filed. A strange odor was reported at a residence; it was the result of sewer maintenance in the area.

Oct. 28: Officers assisted Emergency Medical Services in the 100 block of South Elm Street. Suspicious activity was checked in the 100 block of South Main Street.

Oct. 29: Officers assisted with the Great Pumpkin Race. Officers assisted Marion County Sheriff with civil process. Suspicious activity was checked in the 100 block of North Main Street.

Oct. 30: Burglaries were reported, two in the Marion County fairground buildings; suspects have been identified and the case is under investigation. A motorist was assisted.

Oct. 31: A suspicious person was reported talking to young females near Hillsboro Middle School. Officers assisted with Trick or Treat Main Street. Officers checked the status of a registered sex offender.

Nov. 1: Officers assisted school officials and parents with a theft at Hillsboro Elementary School. A non-injury accident was worked in the 100 block of North Main Street. A theft was reported at Grand Avenue and Cedar Street; someone removed a large I-beam from a property. A child custody dispute was checked. Officers assisted a motorist. A person requested unwanted guests be removed from his residence.

Nov. 2: Officers assisted sheriff with an injury accident. Officers assisted the U.S. Department of Probation with three background investigations.

Nov. 3: A person reported his identity was used to obtain a credit card in his name. Use of a fraudulent check was reported at Hillsboro State Bank; a suspect has been identified and officers are working with McPherson and Wichita authorities on the case.

Nov. 4: A person reported that two children were walking to school that he felt were too young do so. A report of a dog stranded in an egress window was filed. A report of door-to-door sales without a permit was filed. Officers assisted with a patient ride from Hillsboro Community Hospital.

Thursday: A subject in the 400 block of North Ash Street reported that drug dealers are joyriding in his car at night. A camper hook-up in memorial park was performed. An attempted forced entry was reported in the 300 block of South Birch Street.

Last modified Nov. 10, 2011

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