POLICE January 27
Officers responded to a fight on Broadway a little after 10 p.m. A female was hit in the face with a spiked glove.
Dispatch received several reports of a semi stuck on the ice near County Road 45 and Evergreen Lane, blocking both lanes of traffic.
Officers red-tagged 11 vehicles for violating the parking ordinances after a snowfall.
Someone broke into a storage shed and stole some items at a residence on South McKay Avenue.
A resident on Jefferson Street lost a brown leather wallet containing identification, a debit card and $80 in cash. Three fraudulent transactions have since appeared on his debit card account.
SHERIFF January 27Deputies were asked to check on the welfare of a first grader in Brandon who walks to the school by herself and doesn’t have any heat in her house. Someone has since donated a load of wood so they have heat.A Garfield resident was bit by a pit bull. The bite was serious enough to break the skin.A driver on Unumb Street was cited for driving after revocation, having no proof of insurance and using revoked license plates.January 28A Miltona resident reported that someone opened some credit cards in his name.A deputy came upon a snowmobile that was stuck in a small group of trees near the intersections of County Roads 9 and 20 near Carlos. Foot tracks at the scene led to a nearby residence. It appears the person made it back to the house safely.