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SHERIFF January 22 Dispatch received a call from a township employee about an ongoing traffic hazard of cardboard blowing in the wind and into traffic on Hazel Hill Road. A theft of a UPS package was reported. A driver hit a telephone pole near t...

SHERIFF January 22
Dispatch received a call from a township employee about an ongoing traffic hazard of cardboard blowing in the wind and into traffic on Hazel Hill Road.
A theft of a UPS package was reported.
A driver hit a telephone pole near the intersection of County Road 82 East and County Road 9 near Nelson.
A resident in L’Homme Dieu Heights reported that someone cut the alligator clips off his battery charger.
January 23
A driver was ticketed for going 59 miles per hour in a 40 mph zone.
Deputies assisted with a fight on 6th Avenue East. One person was arrested for disorderly conduct and obstruction of the legal process. No weapons were used.
January 24
From 8:53 p.m. to 10:44 p.m., deputies responded to four reports of vehicles in the ditch. Later that morning, from 12:27 a.m. to 6:59 a.m., they responded to four similar reports.
January 25
A vehicle slid into the ditch and hit a power pole near South Broadway and 22nd Avenue.
January 26
A city plow struck a parked vehicle in Evansville, causing minor damage to a bumper.
Deputies responded to six reports of vehicles that slid into ditches.

POLICE January 22
A case of employee theft was reported at Office Max.
A suspect was arrested for shoplifting at Fleet Farm.
A female driver crashed into the Viking Savings Bank building and left the scene, leaving parts of her car behind.
A resident on 7th Avenue East reported the theft of money, identification and an EBT card.
January 23
A resident reported that his passenger side-view mirror was damaged by a shopping cart at Walmart.
A small guitar was found in the middle of the road on Elmwood Drive.
January 24
A resident on 50th Avenue West reported losing his wife’s wedding ring. It was a gold band with a yellow diamond surrounded by white diamonds.
A driver slid off the road and knocked over a light pole near 30th Avenue East.
January 26
A driver slid off the road and hit a light pole near Broadway and 22nd Avenue.
A resident reported losing an ear piece with a recorder attached to it at Knute Nelson Field.

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