Marion police

Nov. 26: Officer returned found property and returned evidence to victim’s family. In an airport check, an officer found a plane out of the hanger; he copied the tail identification numbers and chained the plane to the tarmac.

Nov. 27: Officers checked suspicious vehicles and began an investigation.

Nov. 28: Officers conducted follow up investigations on an aggravated assault case, battery cases, dog bite case, and possible child molestation case. Officer assisted woman with dementia. A juvenile male from Oasis was arrested.

Nov. 29: Officers took a report of a battery that occurred at the Marion High School. A fraud case was reported. A follow up investigation was continued for possible child molestation case.

Nov. 30: Officers responded to a report of a person walking through Marion High School and Middle School; the person was asked not to return and would face an arrest for trespassing.

Dec. 1: Officers took a report of an indecent liberties and sexual battery involving a female child younger than 5 years old from Manhattan; officers asked an outside agency to assist. A report of possible animal abuse was taken.

Dec. 4: Officers interviewed a child about a possible molestation charge in El Dorado; an interview was also conducted in El Dorado. Officers spoke with a resident about wood being stolen in the 400 block of North 4th Street; the resident did not want to make a report.

Dec. 5: After a traffic stop, the canine officer was alerted and three people were arrested on felony drug charges.

Thursday: Officers asked door-to-door sales people to leave the city if they did not have a permit. Officers conducted follow up investigation on thefts and found information for thefts in Morris County; Morris County investigators were alerted.

Saturday: A credit card fraud case was reported.

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