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 27
Deputies 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.
A 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.