reports

Hillsboro police

Jan. 5: Officers responded to a dog complaint and checked on suspicious activity downtown.

Jan. 6: Police assisted with a residential lockout.

Jan. 7: Officers addressed a curfew violation in Memorial Park and took a report of an argument.

Thursday: Police took a trespass complaint, recovered and returned stolen items, and conducted several vehicle stops for school zone violations.

Friday: Officers took a report of lost property and assisted with a number of accidents because of icy conditions on U.S. 56.

Saturday: Police responded to a non-injury accident and followed up on a report of a child in need of care.

marion POLICE

No incidents reported.

PEABODY POLICE

Jan. 6: Peabody police assisted with a report of a computer scam originating in the United Kingdom.

Jan. 8: Officers filed a case about an inoperable motor vehicle with the city prosecutor.

Jan. 9: A burglary at 707 N. Elm was reported. No charges were filed.

Jan. 10: A burglary at 306 N. Elm was reported. Investigation is ongoing.

Jan. 11: Officers took a report of the sexual assault of a juvenile. The incident is under investigation.

sheriff’s department

Theft

Charles Ayers, 58 of 580 150th Road, Hillsboro, reported forceful entry and theft of a portable generator and propane bottle valued at $450 from his residence at 5 p.m. Jan. 8.

 

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