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Author Topic: Mayberry Police Blotter  (Read 8037 times)
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« Reply #45 on: May 07, 2015, 06:59:18 PM »

That's funny I thought he looked like this:

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« Reply #46 on: May 13, 2015, 06:55:36 AM »

-- Officers responded May 9 to 720th Street in Mayberryville for car running up and down the road “whipping donuts.” The responding officer’s squad was nearly struck by the suspect’s vehicle. Citations were issued for inattentive driving.


 -- A complainant reported May 4 that four masked men dressed in camouflage came looking for him at his father’s 440th Avenue home in Ellsworth. One man was reportedly wearing a Mayberry County rod and gun club shirt. A deputy said he would drive past the home to look for anything suspicious.


 -- A woman worried May 5 that a “strange gold van” seen near her house on 390th Avenue in Mayberry might involve people trying to hurt her. Officers found the van and spoke to the driver, who had documents to serve the complainant.

 -- Officers were called to a suspicious activity report at 11:34 p.m. May 8 at W2436 410th Ave. in Mayberry. A caller reported seeing a vehicle driving up and down the road with its lights turning off and on. The complainant later discovered fuel locks had been cut off his fuel barrels and tools had been stolen from a tractor. No suspects located.

-- A caller reported May 6 that his neighbor on County Road O in Mayberry had dumped seven sofas on his driveway. He took the furniture and dumped it on the neighbor’s driveway. The neighbor also reportedly did a “burnout” that the complainant wanted documented. The neighbors claimed the sofaa were not theirs.

 -- A complainant at N6524 1250th St. placed a trespassing report May 7. The complainant reported that someone from an pavement company was threatening to come to his property to remove driveway he had laid in return for money the complainant owed for the work. The suspect told police he has no intention of returning to the property and that he would take the complainant to civil court to recoup the money.

-- A caller reported May 8 that boats were speeding past his property on 150th Avenue in Mayberry City

 -- Officers were called May 5 to Mayberry for a pickup truck hauling a motorcycle that was chasing a white SUV hauling a boat on Highway 10. Both drivers were arguing; the driver of the pickup was driving erratically, nearly hitting the complainant. An officer found one of the suspects, who admitted to the driving conduct and was cited for driving without a license. The argument stemmed from a honey dispute.
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Anonymous
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« Reply #47 on: May 13, 2015, 05:42:56 PM »

 "A honey dispute"!
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« Reply #48 on: June 03, 2015, 09:51:33 AM »

-- A white tractor pulling a silver trailer with an orange tarp was reportedly seen driving all over the road and endangering white lives May 21 on Highway 65 in Mayberryville. An officer stopped the tractor and spoke to the driver, who admitted to crossing the center line of traffic because he dropped two lit cigarettes. He was cited for operating left of center.

-- Officers were called May 23 to 690th Street in Mayberry Falls for two trucks with loud exhaust doing “donut burnouts.” A person was located who denied involvement.

-- Officers responded May 24 to W8945 Highway 10 in Mayberryworth for a person walking in the middle of the highway who wouldn’t get out of the roadway. Officers found an toxicated male lying in the grass near a campground behind the Gas House. He was arrested for THC possession.


-- A caller reported that over 30 motorcyclists were stopped at a sharp corner on Highway 65 in River Falls taking photographs. Deputies spoke with the group; they were making a video and wrapping up.


Street battle

-- Officers were called May 29 to Highway 35 and Wabash Street in Mayberry City for a fight involving eight people. Bottles were also heard clanking. Officers learned a man was upset about a burgle that took place last fall at his home and thought he'd saw the suspect. He was advised by officers to leave.

Domestic-related destruction

-- Officers responded May 19 to N8615 450th St. in mayberry Valley for a man breaking things in a house. The man said he was upset with a woman there for breaking his Playstation 3 console earlier in the week and that he was breaking things in retaliation. He was arrested and jailed on suspicion of domestic-related disorderly conduct.


Thefts

-- A complainant reported May 19 that her mother’s belongings were missing at W8695 570th Ave. in  Mayberry. Missing items included  a bread maker, and duck figurines.

Critter patrol

-- A hawk attacked wood ducks May 28 at W11940 820th Ave. in Mayberry Falls. The complainant reported five surviving ducks were at his house in a bucket.

-- A resident at N5126 635th St. in Mayberry reported that his neighbors were shooting birds, the remains of which landed in his yard. The suspects had also driven ATVs through the complainant’s yard. A deputy spoke to the suspects about the issue. They agreed to dispose of the bird carcasses.

Water patrol report


-- A person operating a jet-ski May 23 on the St. Croix River in Prescott was mailed a citation after being observed operating within 100 feet of another watercraft and jumping over another boat. Minutes later, another jet-ski operator spotted riding without a life vest and no fire extinguisher on board was arrested after it was determined he had a warrant for his arrest. He paid at the jail.

Burglaries

-- Five loads of logs were reported missing May 23 from W7964 810th Ave. in Mayberry Falls. Someone broke through a gate to access the lumber, which included red oak, white oak and pine.


Suspicious man

-- A suspicious driver was reported near Kruger Lane and Southgate Drive May 30 in Mayberry. A man in his late 50s was looking for a children whose names and residences he didn’t seem to know. He drove a light-blue minivan with Illinois plates.

Party problems


Scam attempts


-- A Mayberry man reported May 27 that someone made a duplicate of his credit card and had been using it in North Chinatown. Initial losses were estimated at $3-$40.


Miscellaneous

-- Deputies responded May 24 to County Road QQ in Mayberry for a man who posted a Facebook message seeking friends to donate leftover narcotics to his wife.

-- A caller reported May 25 that a vehicle drove to the back of her property on County Road C in Mayberry. The caller’s husband confronted the strangers, who said the house was on Craigslist as "free" and they were there to take it.


-- An officer on patrol at 4:48 a.m. May 29 spotted a teenage boy crouched down by a guardrail on Highway 29 in Mayberry Falls. The boy said he had an occupational driver’s license and didn’t want to drive beyond its limited hours. He said he had gotten off work at midnight and was walking home. He was given a courtesy ride by the deputy.
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Anonymous
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« Reply #49 on: June 03, 2015, 12:11:17 PM »

Were the party problems too terrible to write down?
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Anonymous
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« Reply #50 on: June 04, 2015, 06:22:38 AM »

An officer stopped the tractor and spoke to the driver, who admitted to crossing the center line of traffic because he dropped two lit cigarettes.

He was cited for operating left of center.



Two lit cigarettes?


Operating left of center is against the law now?
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Anonymous
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« Reply #51 on: June 04, 2015, 06:30:08 AM »

If not, it should be. Dirty commies.
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Anonymous
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« Reply #52 on: June 04, 2015, 06:40:21 PM »

Dirty commies.


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Anonymous
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« Reply #53 on: June 05, 2015, 06:00:19 AM »

FINE!!! Clean commies, then.
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« Reply #54 on: June 10, 2015, 06:30:29 AM »

Bathtub assault

-- Officers were called June 1 to W8050 170th Ave. in Mayberry City for a party at a vacant home. A bathtub containing cold water there was thrown into a person and was assaulted. The victim said he had been assaulted by two people during the incident.


Suspicious egg customer

-- A complainant reported June 1 that a suspicious man was attempting to buy eggs at W6870 780th Ave. in Mayberryville. The suspect, who goes by the name “Smiley,” was asking questions about property and animals, leaving the complainant to suspect the man was casing the property. A deputy spoke with the suspect and told him to find a different place to buy eggs.


Critter patrol

-- A Village of Mayberry Rock official went to a property on 110th Avenue June 3 to see if people there were missing a dog. Three pit bulls were found tied up in the yard. Two dogs were entangled and one was dead. One of the pit bulls was seen dragging the dead dog. The property owner was advised of the situation by deputies.

-- An officer was assaulted by a snapping turtle across the roadway June 3 on Highway 35 in Mayberry Rock.



What’s that smell?

-- A complainant on 920th Street in Mayberry Falls suspected someone was cooking methamphetamine in the area on June 2. The caller reported “a really foul odor” coming from an apartment complex. An officer checked the scene, but didn’t smell anything suspicious.


Unwelcome visitor

-- A man pounded on the door June 1 at W13055 640th Ave. in Mayberry saying he was hurt. The man, described as under the influence of alcohol and possibly mushrooms, ranged from cooperative to agitated during interactions with officers. He refused transport to a hospital. The man’s mother agreed to take custody of him.


Miscellaneous

-- A caller reported June 4 that two people at County Road K and Highway 35 appeared ready to fight. They were seen waving papers at one another. An officer found the people; they were surveyors working in the area.


-- A caller reported June 6 that someone laid down a 67- by 10-foot strip of asphalt on the gravel behind a property at N1712 County Road K in Mayberry City. The complaints said they didn’t give anyone permission to lay asphalt in their parking lot.


-- A caller reported hearing drums and singing coming from the bars June 6 on Highway 35 in Mayberry Rock. A deputy sat and listened to the music, concluding it didn’t sound loud from the outside.
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« Reply #55 on: June 24, 2015, 07:22:47 AM »

-- Boys were seen jumping off the school building June 15 at 213 S. Scott St. in Mayberrywood. The kids were also jumping off the bus garage, dumpsters and a drain pipe. A deputy located the boys, who admitted to jumping on things. They promised not to do it again.

-- A deputy attempted to stop a blue ATV June 19 for driving on Highway 35 in Mayberry City. The ATV fled onto airport property. Deputies were unable to locate the vehicle.

-- Three motorcycles driving June 20 on 250th Avenue in Mayberry City were described as traveling “way faster than they should be.” Deputies didn’t locate the speeding bikes


-- An animal rescue group reported June 17 that a bull was foundering at a property on County Road CC in Mayberry Valley. Deputies learned the bull was not foundered, but had a hoof infection. The bull, which continues to breed, was in otherwise excellent body condition.

-- Two black labs were seen playing the middle of Highway 72 in Mayberryood. A deputy chased them to their home on 630th Avenue.
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« Reply #56 on: June 24, 2015, 09:41:12 AM »

The bull, which continues to breed, was in otherwise excellent body condition.

Thank goodness.
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« Reply #57 on: July 02, 2015, 07:49:10 AM »

Plane lands on road

An ultralight plane landed in the road in front of a driver at 8:26 p.m. June 23 at 570th Avenue and County Road O in the town of Maybelle. A deputy spoke with the pilot, who said there was an engine malfunction that caused him to land on the roadway. The deputy said there was no history of prior roadway landings by the pilot. No injuries reported.

Critter patrol

A loose horse was spotted defecating June 22 on the Mayberry City baseball field. The horse’s owner came and trapped it.

A Hager City complainant reported June 23 that her County Road K neighbor’s goats keep getting out and roaming the area. The goats ruin produce, lawns and chase cattle all over town. The goats were removed by the owner, who spoke with the neighbors about damage they inflicted.

A cow was found dead June 25 with possible gunshot wounds and a cut on its stomach and anus at W1031 610th Ave. in Mayberrywood. The Hereford cow, which weighed 1,200 pounds, was inspected by deputies, who could not determine the cause of death.


A boat partially exploded at 5:48 p.m. June 27 at 101 N. Front St. in Mayberry. The boat had just been gassed up and was sitting at a dock when it was powered up. The explosion followed. Flames were seen under the boat’s floor. No medical attention was sought; the damage was expected to be less than $2,000.

A man living at N6729 530th St. in Mayberryville reported June 25 that his belongings were missing. The man, who was living there with a roommate, was being ordered to move out at the landlord’s request. There is a suspect.

A female caller reported hearing explosions June 27 near Pepin and Wabash streets in Mayberry City. A deputy noticed “lots of balloons” at a park near the intersection in question. Nothing out of the ordinary was found.
 A resident at W8504 690th Ave. in River Falls reported a pet snake was stolen from a garage there.


An officer on patrol at 6:18 a.m. June 26 found a vehicle in a ditch at 230th Avenue and County Road VV in Mayberry City. Two people were seen sleeping in the bed of the truck. The people were parked on the hillside portion of the road. They were watching the sun rise.
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« Reply #58 on: January 07, 2016, 08:03:44 AM »

Traffic trouble:

-- A deputy at 2:36 a.m. Dec. 25 witnessed a vehicle on Main Street in Mayberry Falls that was stopping every half-block and shining a light at businesses. The vehicle was stopped. The driver was delivering newspapers.

--A complainant reported Dec. 15 that a skateboarder was being followed too closely by a car on Highway VV in Mayberry City. The caller thought the car was following the skater too closely. Deputies were unable to locate the car or the skateboarder.

--A large rock rolled out of a dump truck and struck a passenger car’s hood Dec. 19 at 750th Street and County Road V in Mayberry City. The car’s hood sustained rock damage. The truck’s owner was identified.

Harassing driver:

--A man reported Dec. 22 that his daughter’s ex-boyfriend was trying to intimidate him by driving slowly near him in Mayberryville after leaving court for a restraining order hearing. The suspicious driver followed the victim to the Mayberry Falls Police Department. He was arrested there.


Bitten runner:
A jogger in Mayberry Falls was bitten by a loose dog. The woman was told to contact the town board chairwoman. A deputy spoke with the dog’s owner and told him to keep the animal.

Noose discovered:

--A man out checking his private spot reported Nov. 19 that he saw a juvenile under the bridge at Highway 35 and 290th Avenue in Mayberry City. When the man returned to the area, he found a noose hanging from the bridge and the juvenile had vanished. Deputies located the noose, but no one else was around.


Dancer-on-dancer violence:

Deputies responded Dec. 29 to N1620 County Road VV in Mayberry City for an assault. A dancer at the establishment pounded another in the face with closed fists and was trying to leave.

The woman, last seen wearing a sweatpants, cowboy boots and hat, fled before officers arrived.

Dog days:

-- A woman reported Dec. 26 that her grandson was bit on the head by a dog at a home on County Road K in Ellsworth. The child and the dog were reportedly running around the house in opposite directions when they collided.


Packs of cars pulled over:

-- A convoy of muscle cars peeled out at highways 35 and 63 in Mayberry City. Deputies stopped six cars and issued warning to the drivers.


Tot’s ‘trick’ prompts visit from officer:

-- Dispatchers received an open 911 call Dec. 24 with no one heard on the other end of the line. The call tracked to a home on 860th Street in Mayberrysworth. Deputies spoke with a 5-year-old boy at the home, who admitted to calling 911 “to trick” authorities. Deputies explained the purpose for 911, prompting the boy to laugh. It was determined no emergency had occurred.

Fraudulence:

-- A Mayberrywood woman reported Dec. 29 that her daughter was scammed while attempting to sell quilts online. The scam involved activity on Craigslist.com.


Concerning video:

-- A woman at N3046 County Road OO in Mayberry City reported Dec. 29 that a small man was recording video of her outside her home. An officer spoke with the suspect, who indicated that he was recording the other woman at the behest of her boss in order to document any possible violations.
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« Reply #59 on: January 07, 2016, 10:29:55 AM »

-- Deputies explained the purpose for 911, prompting the boy to laugh.

future serial killer
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