The Blotter: Swearing at pharmacist is a ticket to jail

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Nov. 21

A citizen had questions about how to get a cat out of a tree on Sixth Avenue West. A citizen said his son was being bullied at school and the school was doing nothing about it. His son’s health was suffering as a result. A party said their tires may have been slashed on Eight Street West. Report of a lost wallet on Ninth Street West. A person complained that a camper had a woodstove in it and wondered if that was legal.

Nov. 22

A person was swearing at the pharmacist at Super 1 Foods concerning a prescription and being disorderly. Police arrested him.

Nov. 23

Multiple alarms went off on Ninth Street West. It was someone in the basement cooking turkeys. Report of a young boy walking down the street unattended. A parent showed up. A door at Burger King was propped open with a rock, but no one was around and the alarm was going off. A Chevy Tahoe on Diane Road was blasting music.

Nov. 24

A driver complained another motorist tried to run him off the road, but when the cops arrived, wasn’t willing to press charges.

Nov. 25

A person said a woman with black pants was just sitting in front of their house for a half hour on a bike at Crescent Drive. Complaint about a party on Darlene Road. More noise on Glacier Drive. A person allegedly left a house with a laptop without paying for it.

Nov. 26

Bulldog found near the waterslides. Police got a call from someone who wanted to know if a relative died in Nebraska.

Nov. 27

A caller said they had a gift for shop with a cop. Police went and picked it up. A wife called police to get her soon-to-be ex-husband out of the house. A person on Third Avenue East North said several items had been stolen from a shed, including a grill.

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