The Jordan Police Department responded to the following calls. The Independent does not include a comprehensive list of calls to which the department responded. Incidents are included here based on severity, impact on public safety or other factors.

Feb. 27:

Suspicious Activity: An officer spoke to a man regarding someone going through the mailbox at a residence on the 100 block of Second Street East. Officer viewed video and identified the woman as a former resident of the building.

Suspicious Activity: Officer was conducting an extra patrol on Second Street when a vehicle slowly drove into a lot well after business hours. The officer made contact with the man in the vehicle. The man said he was having car troubles and was dropping it off to get fixed. Officer assisted with the key drop form and provided a courtesy ride home. Nothing criminal occurred.

Feb 28:

Harassment: An officer received a call for a harassment complaint. The caller reported an ex-boyfriend’s ex is calling, texting and emailing her. Some of the messages are benign/empty threats. Officer advised the caller to seek a harassment restraining order.

March 3:

Obstructing Justice: Report of a Felony Harassment Restraining Order violation against a man at an address on Boulder Pass Street. The individual was gone upon officer arrival and a pick up and hold alert was broadcasted for the man’s arrest. Reports have been sent to the Scott County Attorney’s Office requesting an arrest warrant be issued for the man.

March 5:

Welfare Check: Officers responded to the 100 block of Hillside Drive for a welfare check. A woman had not been heard of by her care facility in over 48 hours. The officers located the woman in active seizure and was not able to care for herself. Jordan Fire assisted and the woman was transported to 212 Medical Center by Ridgeview Ambulance.