The Shelley Police Log: June 9-16

The Shelley Police Department handles dozens of emergency calls each week, deploying Police, fire, and medical services.   Community Pioneer omits individual’s names and specific addresses. These statements below materially represent the information in each report with only grammatical changes for flow and clarity.  The following are most of the incidents reported and responded to by the Shelley Police Department between June 9 through June 16. 

June 9

10:11 p.m.       Harassment – An individual on W. Maple reported her next-door neighbor has been harassing her and has a violent temper.  She said he has a gun, although he has never threatened her with it. But he has talked about confrontations with others where he wishes he had a gun. 

10:20 p.m.       Traffic Complaint – An individual on Emerson reported a juvenile driving recklessly on a 4-wheeler while wearing no helmet. 

10:26 p.m.       Civil Complaint – A person on W. Maple requested an officer call him regarding a neighbor who continues to smoke in her apartment, and the smoke is coming through the vents.  They have spoken to the landlord, who told him to put his complaint in writing, which he did.  But, nothing has changed. 

10:28 p.m.       An individual reported that a person leaving their residence was intoxicated. 

June 10

12:20 p.m.       Request Assistance – A person at Good to Go requested an officer speak to a man requesting to talk to a police officer. 

1:05 p.m.         Animal Complaint – Found – A Border Collie, who was turned in and was chipped, is now being returned to Snake River.

4:02 p.m.         Suspicious Circumstance – An office reported a subject on US Highway 91 south of Shelley ran from him when asked to stop.    

June 11

2:06 p.m.         Animal Complaint – A person on W. Oak reported a girl was beating a dog on a leash for 10 minutes.  It happened 30 minutes ago. 

6:14 p.m.         Traffic Violation – Th driver of a Silver Dodge van was serving all over the road and driving on the opposite side of the State Street in front of Brolium’s. 

7:48 p.m.         A caller on W. Maple reported a pit bull just attacked them. 

8:57 p.m.         Civil Complaint – A girl from Bonneville County reported a girl had taken her car and did not have permission to use it. 

10:00 p.m.       Animal Complaint – A person on W. Pine reported a white Husky or Malamute wandering down the street.  The dog was not detained.  However, the caller would like an officer to pick it up.    

10:53 p.m.       Animal Complaint – An individual working security at EIRMC reported a dog bit a juvenile male on S. Park. 

June 12

12:09 p.m.       A person noticed damage to his pickup truck.  He thinks it occurred at Arctic Circle with a Chev- Silverado.

3:37 p.m.         Request Assistance – A woman on Emerson reported her ex had been texting her.  She said he might be home, and an order needs to be served on him. 

10:05 p.m.       Malicious Injury to Property – The maintenance man at an apartment complex on W. Fir reported a window was broken out of an apartment.  He is concerned for the safety of the residence as two females reside there.

June 13

12:38 a.m.       Suspicious Circumstances – A caller reported a “bunch of juveniles” have started a bonfire near Sunrise Elementary School.

1:14 a.m.         Disturbing the Peace – A person on W. Fir called to complain that the people above her are playing loud music, and they want it to stop. 

9:37 a.m.         Animal Complaint – A caller on E. Fir reported missing a black male lab and a male German Sheppard.  The lab has a camo collar, and the German Sheppard has no collar.  They went missing some time during the night.        

2:59 p.m.         An unspecified school incident occurred at Shelley Junior High.

3:10 p.m.         Request Assistance – A person on N. Park reported his mother-in-law left the residence this morning and has not returned.   When he returned from church, she had taken all of her belongings from the residence. 

3:47 p.m.         An individual was arrested on E. Pine for driving without privileges.

7:50 p.m.         A person reported finding a wallet at Hardtimes. 

9:38 p.m.         A person on E. Elm reported two black labs in her yard that need to be picked up.    

10:44 p.m.       Information – A person wanted to pass some information along to Police about burglaries in the area. 

10:51 p.m.       Animal Complaint – Lost – A person on Holley St. reported missing her male chocolate lab.   The dog had no collar. 

June 14

9:30 a.m.         Accident – A caller on Spruce Street reported an accident between two vehicles with paint being transferred. 

7:14 p.m.         A caller at Center and State Street reported being rear-ended by a Blue Mercury Grand Marque. 

June 15

1:56 p.m.         Animal Complaint – Lost – An individual on E. Oak reported taking care of a child who has lost a Golden Retriever.  It has a shock collar but no tags.  It goes by Loki.   It is not neutered. 

2:26 p.m.         Accident – A vehicle and motorcycle collided on State Street, in front of the Bank of Commerce.  The motorcyclist was conscious and breathing but had a broken wrist. 

4:30 p.m.         Unwanted Subject –  Suspect male keeps coming back to the facility and knocking on windows.  He is in a black Maxima and is parked down the street. 

10:03 p.m.       Animal Complaint – A caller on S. Park reported that a boxer keeps coming into their yard and scaring his daughter.  This situation has been an ongoing problem for 3 weeks.  They do not know who owns the dog. 

10:44 p.m.       Animal Complaint – A person on Edwards Ave. complained about a barking dog and wanted officers to talk to the owner.  This situation has been an ongoing issue.  They have yelled at their neighbors to quiet the dogs, and they yelled back and said they don’t live there.

11:03 p.m.       Disturbing the Peace – A person on W. Maple reported her neighbor’s surround sound is too loud.  She has tried asking them to turn it down, but they won’t listen to her.   

June 16

7:50 a.m.         A caller on Holley Street reported a black Dodge pickup blocking their driveway. 

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