June 30: Police took a report of a theft on the 400 block of East Second Street and a dog complaint on the 200 block of North Main Street.
July 1: Police checked on a subject in the 500 block of East First Street who was reported to have more dogs than allowed by the city ordinance. There was a disorderly person on 400 block of South Main Street. Police also performed traffic control at Grand Avenue and Ash Street.
July 2: Police found the owner of an abandoned bicycle, removed a deer from U.S. 56, checked on suspicious activity on the 100 block of North Main Street, attempted to locate a wanted person, and investigated vandalism on the 200 block of West B Street, where the back window of a car was reported broken.
July 3: Chickens were reported loose on the 200 block of East B Street, and a dog was reported missing on the 300 block of North Ash Street.
July 4: Fireworks complaints, a parking complaint, and drunken driving were investigated.
July 5: Fireworks complaints, a parking complaint, a harassment complaint, and a traffic complaint were handled.
July 6: An officer took a report of stalking, a traffic complaint on the 500 block of East D Street, and a trespassing complaint on the 600 block of North Ash Street.
June 24: Police responded to a dog at large, a theft report, a snake at a house, and a drive off at Casey’s General Store.
June 25: Police captured two dogs and took them to a veterinarian, and helped an elderly woman get her wheel chair “un stuck.”
June 26: Police investigated a protection from abuse violation, and stopped two individuals leaving the cemetery after midnight.
June 27: Police took reports on possible harassment, and a civil property issue, and processed drug paraphernalia found in the trash at a local business.
June 28: Police captured a dog at large and took it to AHC. They assisted with cow vs. car accident.
June 29: Police took reports of a drive off at Ampride and suspicious persons and vehicle behind a closed business.
June 30: Police issued three warnings for fireworks and assisted in the arrest of an adult male accusing of stealing a car. No such arrest was reported on the county jail roster.
July 1: Police took reports on reckless driving, discharging fireworks on public property and spoke with several citizens about fireworks. Police stopped people who were throwing fireworks out of a moving car window.
July 2: Police took reports of a tree on fire at Freeborn and Denver Streets.
July 3: Police took a report on possible vehicle tag theft.
July 4: Police arrested Justin Chrisjohn, 36, on charges of domestic disturbance.
July 5: Police took a report of theft of narcotic hydrocodone at Marion Assisted Living.
July 7: Police took a report of possible property damage.
July 1: Officers investigated a case of phone harassment, interference with law enforcement, and giving a false alarm and took a report of a stolen wallet. No further information was released. Travis Grosse, 36, Marion, was arrested on three warrants alleging probation violation.
July 2: Vandalism was reported at 308½ N. Olive St. No further information was released.
July 3: Officers said they arrested a juvenile for driving with a suspended license and an illegal tag. Jail records indicate that 50-year-old Todd Cortner of Emporia was arrested by Peabody police on those same charges.
July 4: Police said they opened a case of fleeing and eluding police, driving with a suspended license, failing to use an ignition interlock, and failing to obey a traffic control device. Police also said they opened a case of an expired license tag and an illegally altered tag. No further information was released.
July 5: Criminal damage to property was reported. No further information was released.