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4/23 - A man who had been banned from an apartment complex at Continental Heights was seen in the facility. A report on the incident is being sent to the prosecutor’s office for review.

- An Electric City resident will likely receive another citation for having too many dogs and having dogs being a nuisance. A resident living nearby called police and the officer counted 10 dogs at the house. The owner of the dogs has been cited numerous times before. The city ordinance allows for two dogs.

- Police secured a storage unit at Morrison and Van Tyne after finding the door open and keys in the lock. The officer returned the keys to the owner of the storage unit, who said he would get them to the person who rented the space.

- A Keller man wanted on a warrant was seen walking on Martin Road and detained. After confirming the warrant, police searched a backpack he was wearing; the man will be charged with being in possession of a controlled substance. He was taken to Grant County jail.

4/25 - Officials at Grand Coulee Manor advised police that a person who had been banned from the premises was back. Police found a woman nearby, but it wasn’t a person who had been banned.

- A pellet rifle was found near Jack’s Service on Grand Coulee Avenue. The report stated that it was found near the fence by the car wash.

4/26 - A woman reported to police that she saw two males on the roof of the old senior building. Police responded but couldn’t find anyone on the roof.

4/27 - Police were informed that a trailer on Burdin Boulevard was not secured. The officer found that it was indeed secured.

- A woman was cited for driving with a suspended license after pulling into the parking area at Riley Point while a police officer was parked there. She told the officer she thought the suspension was because she changed insurance companies.

- Police saw a man driving who they knew to have a suspended license. He was stopped near Main and Midway and cited.

4/28 - A man who was stopped because the tabs on his vehicle had expired in 2016 was cited for driving without a valid license and not having insurance.

4/29 - A person at St. Henry’s Catholic Church reported that someone had pried open the door to the kitchen. He didn’t think anything was missing.

- Police followed up on a bullying complaint regarding two children. The mother of one was asked to talk to her son about the alleged incident.

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