6/24 -- A door was left open at a local business; officers investigated a caller’s complaint about property being strewn about.
6/24 -- Officers assisted a caller with concerns about a dead skunk.
6/24 -- A Caller reported cattle on the road. Dispatch contacted the probable stock owner.
6/24 -- An officer responded to a call about horses in the road and assisted with moving them.
6/25 -- A caller reported a lost set of keys.
6/26 -- Officers assisted a stock owner in corralling an escaped bull.
6/26 -- A caller reported cattle on the road.
6/26 -- A caller reported fireworks being set off behind a residence. An officer responded but was unable to locate the person.
6/27 -- Dispatch assisted a driver with filing a deer collision report.
6/27 -- An officer assisted a caller with unlocking a vehicle.
6/27 -- An officer spoke with a person over concerns about a Facebook page.
6/28 -- A couple of callers reported loose horses in Greycliff. An officer found the horses’ probable escape route and notified the owners.
6/28 -- Dispatch located a landowner whose flood irrigation system was leeching into a subdivision.
6/28 -- An officer assisted a caller with a locked vehicle.
6/29 -- An officer ticketed an intoxicated person outside a local establishment.
6/29 -- Dispatch assisted a caller who needed their water shut off.
6/29 -- Two callers reported missing dogs, which were later found.
6/30 -- Dispatch fielded two calls about loose dogs.
( editor’s note: Undoubtedly repeat offenders and habitual criminals. Is it time to adopt the 3-strike law?
Will the lawless days of the old west never end? Some are calling our town “Little Chicago”. )