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Police Log

4:14 PM, Apr. 17, 2013  |  Comments
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On April 4, a 31-year-old woman reported her vehicle had been broken into while she was working the night shift at the Kennedy Park Rehabilitation Center at 6001 Alderson St. in the village of Weston. Items missing include a green purse containing a trifold wallet with checkbook and credit cards, a duffel bag containing clothes, and a Target shopping bag containing four toddler dresses.

On April 4, a 26-year-old woman reported that her 6-year-old daughter was bitten by the neighbor's dog. The neighbor had current vaccination papers for the dog, and the dog was ordered for an in-home quarantine for 10 days.

On March 31, an officer assisted Deputy Cory Gladden of the Marathon County Sheriff's Department with a K-9 sniff of a motor vehicle that he had stopped for a traffic violation. The K-9 alerted officers for the presence of a narcotic odor in the vehicle. Narcotics were recovered from the vehicle, and the operator was arrested near the intersection of Grand Avenue and Moreland Avenue, Schofield.

On April 3, a 23-year-old man reported his vehicle was damaged in the parking lot of Dale's Weston Lanes, 5900 block of Schofield Avenue, village of Weston.

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