Boyne City Police Log – Week of April 29, 2012

The following is the weekly log of The Boyne City Police Department. These records are provided weekly by the department, and are printed exactly as received.

The following is the weekly log of The Boyne City Police Department. These records are provided weekly by the department, and are printed exactly as received.

Monday, April 30, 2012

10:15am Report of contraband found in the 1000 block of Boyne Av

11:26am Low hanging cable line in the 1200 block of Pleasant Av

5:15pm Assist Fire Dept in the 1300 block of Boyne Av

6:45pm Report of dead cat in road on E Division St

8:24pm Citation issued for expired registration

 

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

11:22am Report of suspicious situation in the 1000 block of Boyne Av

5:30pm Citation issued for expired registration.

6:50pm Citation issued for expired registration.

8:16pm Report of lost iphone.

 

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

10:18am Meet subject at shelter to drop off homeless kittens

12:45pm Financial exploitation of vulnerable adult complaint.

1:08pm Report of lost black bag containing serving tray in the old Carter’s parking lot.

3:16pm Unlocked vehicle in the 200 block of Brown St

3:48pm Unlocked vehicle in the 500 block of N lake St

5:47pm Citation issued for seat belt violation

6:00pm Subject arrested on outstanding warrant.

6:00pm Threats complaint received from the 300 block of E Water St

8:05pm Assist EMS in the 200 block of N Park St

10:13pm Citation issued for speed, no proof of insurance, and registration violations

 

Thursday, May 3,2012

1:10am Assist Sheriff Dept with accident on Jaquay Rd

4:23am 911 hangup from the 400 block of Front St. Phone malfunction

8:46am 2 vehicle property damage accident in the 100 block of S Park St

2:55pm Standby to keep the peace in the 1000 block of Boyne Av

4:05pm Assist Sheriff Dept with disturbance in Boyne Falls

4:40pm Report of unattended 3 year old in the 400 block of N Lake St

6:21pm Unlocked vehicle at the T-ball field

8:35am Assist Sheriff Dept in the 1400 block of Pleasant Av

8:40pm Report of dog left in the 400 block of N Lake St. Was gone on arrival.

11:01pm Report of CSC.

 

Friday, May 4, 2012

6:24am 911 hang up from the 400 block of Front St. Phone malfunction

7:29am Citation issued for speed

10:12am Hang up calls being received in the 800 block of S Park St

12:04pm Larceny of copper wire from the 800 block of Front St

3:36pm Citation issued for speed.

3:55pm Report of kids messing with parked cars in the 300 block of Silver St

6:15pm Multiple 911 hang ups from the 400 block of Front St. Phone malfunction.

9:00pm Fraudulent cell phone alert received in the 600 block of Jefferson St

9:15pm Fraudulent cell phone alert received in the 600 block of East St

9:22pm Assist Sheriff Dept with disturbance in Boyne Falls.

10:26pm Arrested subject on 2 outstanding warrants

 

Saturday, May 5, 2012

2:16am Arrested subject for OWI and DWLS third

7:42am 911 hang up in the 400 block of Front St

11:24am 911 hang up in the 400 block of Front St

2:10pm Larceny of large metal pipe from the 300 block of Groveland

2:51pm Fraudulent cell phone alert received in the 600 block of Jefferson St

 

Sunday, May 6, 2012

5:42am 911 hang up in the 400 block of Front St

10:15am Damage to door of building in the 100 block of E Division St

12:30pm Assist citizen at pavilion

2:12pm Civil complaint on the 100 block of W Court St

2:14pm Disturbance in the 600 block of Jefferson St. Assisted by EMS.

8:05pm Juvenile complaint in the 700 block of S Lake St

10:32pm Report of assault in the 1000 block of West St

Regarding the fraudulent cell phone alerts people have been receiving over the weekend- these have been coming into peoples phone as text messages advising them that their credit union cards have been deactivated, and asking them to call with information. We would like to remind everyone not provide anyone with your personal information over the phone. If you get one of these messages and want to confirm that it is fraudulent, we recommend calling the local branch of your financial institution, and not the numbers provided in the text. Most financial institutions will not send you a text regarding these issues.

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