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The Jordan Police Department responded to the following calls Nov. 16-22. 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.

NOV. 16

FRAUD: At 1:11 p.m., officer was dispatched for a fraud on the 500 block of 2nd St. W. Officer advised the reporting person of the worthless check program through the Scott County Attorney’s Office. Total loss is $500.88.

THEFT: At 3:10 p.m., officer was dispatched to the 300 block of 190th St. W. for a theft report. Officer spoke to the business operator who stated three catalytic converters had been taken off vehicles at some point over the past two weeks from older vehicles left parked outside. Total value of the three converters is approximately $2,400.

OBSTRUCTING: At 5:37 p.m., officers responded to a Valley Green Park address where it was determined a DANCO violation was occurring. Officers arrested an adult male for that offense.

PROPERTY DAMAGE: At 6:18 p.m., officers responded to a Northland Court address for report of property damage. The incident occurred on camera and a citation was issued to the offender.

NOV. 18

HARASSMENT: At 12:13 p.m. Officers responded to a business on Triangle Lane for a report of a female party who was allegedly being harassed by employees and refused to move from the drive-thru window. Officers spoke with the female party who was upset with her service and requested a refund. Employees stated it was an ongoing issue with her and that they would not be issuing a refund. Owner requested female be trespassed from property. Female party notified via phone of the trespass notice and advised paperwork would be mailed.

PROPERTY DAMAGE: At 10:47 p.m., officer responded to Water Street address for possible vandalism. Three juvenile males had allegedly threatened to TP and spraypaint the residence. A neighbor’s tree had been TPed, there was no other obvious signs of vandalism observed by the officer. The reporting party was advised of the findings and did not wish to pursue criminal charges. Parents were contacted.

Nov. 20

SUSPICIOUS: At 7:27 p.m. officer received a call for a suspicion at a Heritage Trail address. Report of a female pounding on the neighbor’s door. Officer arrived and made contact with the female subject. Officer determined the female to be a process service employee who was trying to serve legal papers to the residents of the listed. Advised on the complaint.

Nov. 21

SUSPICIOUS: At 2:04 a.m., officer stopped by a vehicle at a Park Drive location after hours. Male advised he just had an argument with his girlfriend and left the residence before it got out of control. Advised on park hours and to also get a valid drivers license.

SUSPICIOUS: At 8:14 a.m., officer was dispatched for a complaint of the odor of marijuana on the 100 block of 4th St. W. Officer spoke to an adult male and female and determined the substance they were smoking was legal. Officer advised the parties of the complaint.

NOV. 22

SUSPICIOUS: At 1:17 p.m., responded to a Valley View Drive address for a report of a suspicion. An adult male contacted a local business and allegedly requested to order tools for the City of Jordan using a purchase order number. The business familiar with City of Jordan employees did not recognize the name given as that of any City employee. Officers were able to locate and stop the male. No property loss was sustained, however attempted theft charges are being requested by formal complaint.

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