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Officers worked on reports, conducted traffic stops and follow-up investigation, and provided vehicle identification number inspections.

March 21: Officers responded to an injury accident. A concerned citizen met with officers. A Marion County Deputy Sheriff received assistance with a domestic dispute. Response was given to a skunk complaint.

March 22: School zones were patrolled. An open fire complaint was checked. An activated alarm was checked. A non-injury accident was investigated.

March 23: School zones were patrolled. Response was given to a dog complaint and a loose cow. A welfare check was provided. A runaway was reported.

March 24: School zones were patrolled. Response was given to a dog running at-large. A walk through the schools was provided. Officers attended a meeting and training. DRAGNET was taught at OASIS.

March 25: School zones were patrolled. A welfare check was provided. A dog was reported running at-large. Training was conducted. Streetlights were checked.

March 26: School zones were patrolled.

March 27: An officer met with a concerned citizen.

March 28: A welfare check was provided.

March 29: School zones were patrolled. Officers responded to a student out of control at OASIS. DRAGNET was taught at OASIS. Junk vehicle investigations were conducted. A suspicious person was checked.

March 30: School zones were patrolled. Officers responded to a student out of control at OASIS. Junk vehicle investigations were conducted. Harassment was reported. A reckless driver complaint was checked.

March 31: School zones were patrolled. A civil standby was provided. Officers attended municipal court and meetings. Emergency Medical Services personnel received assistance with a call.

Thursday: School zones were patrolled. An officer met with a concerned citizen and an individual regarding a civil incident. A theft was reported. Streetlights were checked.

Friday: A theft was reported. Hillsboro Police Department received assistance with follow-up investigations. A dog running at-large was reported. Radar was run on North Cedar Street. Assistance was provided to EMS with a call. Response to a domestic dispute resulted in two arrests. Officers responded to a second EMS call.

Saturday: A burglary was reported. A dog was picked up for running at-large. Officers responded to a second dog running at-large. A civil process was served. A barking dog complaint was checked. A concerned citizen met with an officer.

Officers issued 19 warnings, served two notices to appear, and made three arrests.

Last modified April 7, 2010

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