Police & Sheriff Calls, September 25
Put Down The Phone: Police arrested a 42-year-old Almond man for harassment and violating a restraining order after he left a voicemail for a 43-year-old Stevens Point woman at 2 AM. The nature of the message was not reported.
Fraud Foiled: Police were called at 9 AM by a Target employee who reported the store had prevented the theft by fraud of an 86-year-old Mosinee woman. The suspect is unknown.
Busted: An 18-year-old Stevens Point woman and 17-year-old man were found with drugs and drug paraphernalia at the Charles F. Hernandez Center for Alternative Learning at 10:47 AM. No specific items or charges were reported.
Theft: Police responded to the K-Mart store at 11 AM in response to reports than an unknown suspect had stolen merchandise from the store. Stolen items were not reported.
Crash: A 23-year-old Stevens Point woman was cited for operating with a suspended license and without insurance after crashing her vehicle at the junction of I39 and Cty. Rd. HH at 1:25 PM.
No License To Drive: A 37-year-old Stevens Point man was cited for his second offense of operating without a valid license after police pulled him over at the junction of Hwy. 66 and I-39 at 7:38 PM.