Jan. 24 — A report of someone tampering with a water faucet in the 100 block of S. Lincoln St. was investigated. Reports of a reckless driver, suspicious activity, and a dog-at-large were investigated.
Jan. 25 — A stalled truck blocking US-56 was removed from the roadway with help from Hillsboro fire and city crews.
Jan. 26 — A disruptive spectator at a high school basketball game, two commercial alarms, a non-injury accident, and a wayward child were investigated.
Jan. 27 — A report of possible drunk driver on US-56 and identity theft in the 300 block of S. Ash St were investigated.
Thursday — A report of a possible domestic disturbance in a vehicle parked in the 200 block of N. Adams St. and a trespass complaint in the 400 block of S. Main St. were investigated.
Friday — An attempted scam and a suspicious person were investigated. An abandoned bicycle was picked up.
Saturday — Suspicious activity in the 100 block of S. Ash St was investigated.
Jan. 25 — Two verbal warnings, one for speeding and one for a brake light out, were issued.
Jan. 26 — A verbal warning for an improper turn was issued.
Jan. 27 — A door-to-door salesman was advised to obtain a permit prior to selling. A report of reckless driving was investigated.
Friday — A citation for speeding was issued, three verbal warnings were issued— one for headlamp out, one for no tag light, and one for failure to stop at a stop sign.
Saturday — A commercial alarm in the 100 block of Main St. was investigated. A gas leak was investigated.
Jan. 25 — Police took a report of disturbing phone calls on a cell phone. Officers opened a new drug investigation. Police completed a report on a traffic stop and documented problems. Police completed a U.S. military records check.
Jan. 27 — Victor Mancilla-Escamilla was cited for speeding and operating a motor vehicle with no driver’s license.
Thursday — Officers continued to investigate reports of racing on U.S.-50.
Sunday — A report was taken of criminal damage to property.