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9/1 - A resident of Continental Heights complained to police that another tenant was banging on doors and spraying an ammonia solution in the hallway. The tenant was told to stop spraying in the hallway.

- A man at the apartment complex on Continental Heights will receive a citation for disturbing the peace by playing very loud music and then leaving his apartment with the music still playing. Several tenants complained to police.

- A man on Federal Avenue told police that someone during the night had taken his barbecue.

- A woman told police that she left her wallet in a store, and when she went back to get it, the wallet was gone. She said that whoever had taken it used a credit card for a total of $116. She said that she contacted her bank to stop the person from using it again.

9/2 - Mental health officials asked police to check on a person on Palmer Avenue in Electric City. They found him on the floor. He responded to the officer and thanked him for checking on him.

9/3 - A man used 911 calls too often for no apparent emergency and was told by police that if he did so again he would be arrested.

- A tenant of Continental Heights was arrested for felony harassment after he allegedly made threats to other tenants in the apartment. He was taken to Grant County Jail.

- A woman on Roosevelt Drive told police that a man was sitting in her yard texting, and she didn’t want him there. Police arrived, but the man was gone. The woman identified him for police.

- A woman reported that she had received a call that her power would be shut off if she didn’t pay the caller $890. She tried to give her debit card information to the man but the card wouldn’t process. She then went to the power company and was told she wasn’t behind in her power bill. She told police she had since cancelled her debit card.

- A Coulee Dam man was told that he couldn’t park in the Grand Coulee Dam Visitor Center parking lot because it was after hours. He left.

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