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Officers worked on reports, conducted follow-up investigation and vehicle identification number inspections, attended court hearings, traffic stops were made, and performed vehicle maintenance.

Jan. 9: A concerned citizen met with an officer regarding a skunk problem. A dog complaint was checked.

Jan. 10: Officers responded to reports of a child wandering outdoors. School zones were patrolled. A dog complaint was checked. An officer met with the county attorney to discuss cases. A stranded motorist received assistance.

Jan. 11: A dog was picked up for running at-large. School zones were patrolled. Property was returned to the owner. Stolen property was recovered. A concerned citizen met with an officer. A welfare check was provided.

Jan. 12: A stranded motorist was checked. Welfare checks were provided. School zones were patrolled. A suspicious person was checked.

Jan. 13: School zones were patrolled. A barking dog complaint was checked. A concerned citizen met with an officer. Assistance was provided to emergency medical services personnel with a call. Streetlights were checked.

Jan. 14: School zones were patrolled. A dog was picked up for running at-large.

Jan. 15: A dog complaint was checked. A runaway child was reported. A stranded motorist was checked.

Jan. 16: EMS personnel received assistance with a call. A runaway child was reported. A burglary was investigated. A domestic dispute call resulted in an arrest. A runaway child was picked up. Officers assisted with an injury accident.

Jan. 17: Officers checked on a report of suspicious people possibly trying to break into vehicles. Officers met with personnel from Social and Rehabilitation Services. A dog was reported running at-large. A noise complaint was checked. Response was given to a possible fight.

Jan. 18: School zones were patrolled. A welfare check and a civil standby were provided. A credit card theft was reported. An officer met with the county attorney regarding cases.

Jan. 19: School zones were patrolled. An all-terrain vehicle was reported on a street. A welfare checked was provided. A parking complaint was checked. A non-injury accident was investigated. Officers responded to a domestic dispute.

Thursday: School zones were patrolled. A dog complaint and a parking complaint were checked. A concerned citizen met with an officer.

Friday: School zones were patrolled. A welfare check was provided. Harassment was reported. Hillsboro police received assistance in looking for suspects in a battery case.

Saturday: Officers responded to a water leak and notified city crews. A suicidal person was reported. Officers provided transportation.

Officers issued 13 warnings and made two arrests.

Last modified Jan. 26, 2011

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