Police Blotter

The following report is taken from information provided by the Lewistown Police Department and does not represent the total scope of police activity. All persons are innocent until proven guilty.

Feb. 7

•Numerous calls received all day long for assistance with stuck vehicles, accidents and officers helping motorists navigate the deep snow.

Feb. 8

•Numerous calls received all day long for assistance with stuck vehicles, accidents and officers helping motorists navigate the deep snow.

• At 2:26 p.m. officers assisted Probation and Parole with the arrest of a habitual offender and transported him to the Fergus County Sheriff’s detention center.

Feb. 9

•Numerous calls received all day long for assistance with stuck vehicles, accidents and officers helping motorists navigate the deep snow.

• At 2:30 a.m. a very intoxicated male came into the Lewistown Police Department lobby and was being loud and obnoxious. The male had been paroled recently. After his parole officer was contacted, the male was arrested for a parole violation and transported to the Fergus County Sheriff’s detention center.

• At 10:01 a.m. a person reported the neighbors were pushing the snow into the street in the 100 block of 14th Ave. S., making it difficult to drive down the street. The Code Enforcement officer advised there is no city ordinance against pushing the snow in the street in residential areas.

• At 3:07 p.m. a person requested to know if she could park with the driver’s side of the car to the curb. Dispatch told the person they could not give her permission to park illegally.

• At 5:13 p.m. a person reported a red car parked in the middle of the road in the 1500 block of Broadway Street. The second call received said a male was waving his shovel around and yelling at people, while his car was still parked in the middle of the street. Officers responded.

Feb. 11

• At 5:26 p.m. a caller reported a suspicious male sleeping in a laundry room at a local apartment complex. Officers responded, made contact with the male and advised him to not return to the complex, as he was not a resident there.

Feb. 12

• At 10:29 a.m. a person reported someone broke into her house because her internet browser wasn’t on the same page she had left it on. Officers were advised.

Feb. 13

• At 7 p.m. a caller requested officers respond to the hockey rink to tell a male he was not welcome on the ice during youth hockey practice. Officers spoke to all involved individuals, and the male left the premises for the night. Officers advised the caller to have the hockey board draft a letter of trespass for the individual.

Feb. 14

•Numerous calls received all day long for assistance with stuck vehicles, accidents and officers helping motorists navigate the deep snow.

• At 8:15 p.m. a person reported he had been receiving messages from a female he does not know asking him to donate to a charity. An officer spoke with the person.

Feb. 15

•Numerous calls received all day long for assistance with stuck vehicles, accidents and officers helping motorists navigate the deep snow.

•At 2:11 a.m. officers checked on a church that had footprints leading up to it. Everything was okay.

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