Last updated 2/23/2022 at 8:18am
2/18 - Police couldn’t see anything amiss when responding to a report of a loud party on Coulee Boulevard.
- Police didn’t see any dogs running at large on Roosevelt Drive after receiving a report of such.
- A woman sitting outside a Kelso Avenue residence told police she was waiting to be let in. It turned out she was at the wrong house. When she went to the right address, she was let in by her friends.
2/19 - A Roosevelt Drive man was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol after being pulled over on Knute Street. He had driven over a curb prior to pulling over. He was given a ride home.
2/20 - Police responded to Young Street where some men were said to be intoxicated and loud. Police said the men had trouble standing up and called them names before eventually going inside a residence, at which point police left.
- A woman walking in the Bowen Street area reported a man revving his car and driving near her. She has a no-contact court order against the man. Police told tribal officers that there is probably cause to arrest the man for violating the no-contact order.
2/19 - Police took note that a barking dog on Fir Street was keeping people awake and would speak to the dog owners when they are home.