The Shelley Police Log: Nov. 18-24

The Shelley Police Department handles dozens of emergency calls each week deploying police, fire, and medical services.  Names and specific addresses have been omitted. The following are most of the incidents reported and responded to by the Shelley Police Department between Nov. 18 through the 24th 

Nov. 18

3:04 p.m.         The police were called to a pedestrian accident, with a possible neck injury, at South State and W. Pine.

3:56 p.m.         Disturbing the Peace – A person on W. Maple called police complaining the neighbors were using obscenities.  The caller said one of the subjects left in a car.

Nov. 19

10:21 a.m.       Narcotics – Paraphernalia An officer responded to an assisted living home wherein a caretaker unpacked a patient’s bag and found meth pipes.

1:32 p.m.         City Ordinance Violation – An officer found on Topaz St., a white fifth-wheel  parked on the street next to a pickup and a trailer. 

4:12 p.m.         Burglary – An individual reported tools and property were stolen from a storage unit on S. State.

Nov. 20

10:42 a.m.       Request Assistance – A person reported a he had lost a load of rocks and needed an officer to do traffic control, while they clean it up.  They said equipment was coming to pick up the rocks. 

11:03 a.m.       Welfare Check – An individual delivering food to an older adult on S. Park requested a welfare check after the individual would not answer the door.  The delivery person found the back door opened

10:28 p.m.       Traffic Complaint – A person reported a driver of a white GMC SUV was swerving all over State Street near W. Locust. 

11:29 p.m.       Malicious Injury – An individual on W. Maple called police stating there was a man in her home who was intoxicated.  The subject was arrested.  

Nov. 21

8:53 a.m.         An individual on W. Maple wanted to talk to an officer.  They said they were deaf and asked for the officer to knock loudly.  

6:52 p.m.         Threats & Harassment – An individual on S. Milton called police stating her juvenile daughter was being threatened. 

Nov. 22

11:42 a.m.       Animal Complaint – A person found a black, with grey spots and some white on the chest, Heeler mix, which was wearing a green collar and rabis tag.  They said they would meet the officer at the pound.

12:16 p.m.       Welfare Check – A person called to report an individual walking along N. Byron yelling, “I’m sorry” and crying loudly. 

3:28 p.m.         A man on Meadowlark Dr. reported his son’s girlfriend trespassed on their residence.  The subject was not there now. 

Nov. 23

2:04 p.m.         Animal Complaint  – A person called police complaining she was missing her male huskie, which was wearing a camo collar. 

Nov. 24

12:18 a.m.       An individual on S. Milton reported malicious injury.

12:19 a.m.       Police were called to Shelley City Park, where a dog had chased some kids down an alley and over to the park’s pavilion.  The kids were in the pavilion less than five minutes ago.

5:35 a.m.         An officer responded to W. Fir where a woman claimed her son, ex-husband, and wife were at her house and refused to leave. 

7:49 a.m.         A person called police to report that 2 hours prior, they witnessed a driver and passenger were fist fighting, causing their white van to swerve all over the road. 

8:57 a.m.         An officer was dispatched to an Idaho State Police officer’s location, where the officer was serving a misdemeanor warrant.  The ISP officer was not answering his radio.    

10:55 a.m.       An officer made a welfare check on West Fir.

2:13 p.m.         An officer was dispatched to Doug’s Meat where a woman had locked her keys in the car with her children in it. 

4:45 p.m.         A male on W. Fir, who had overdosed, called police stating he was standing on the table holding onto a light bulb in its socket.  He thought if he let go, it would shock him.  He said he could not unscrew it or he would fall over. 

6:05 p.m.         A person on W. Fir reported to police her neighbor came over claiming her son had attacked her and then locked her out of the apartment.  The caller said she could not see any injuries on the female. 

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