Police & Sheriff Calls, October 10-11
Truant: A 14-year-old Stevens Point boy was cited for truancy from Ben Franklin Junior High School at 9:31 AM.
Phony Police: Police were called by a 52-year-old Stevens Point man who reported an alleged police officer had called him and attempted to scam money at 2:06 PM. No money was lost.
Tropical Troubles: A 52-year-old woman from Country Club Hills, Ill., contacted police about a dispute over African parrots with a 39-year-old Stevens Point woman. The caller was advised this was a civil issue. She may pursue court action.
Go Away: Employees of the Salvation Army reported that an intoxicated 30-year-old Stevens Point man refused to leave their premises at 7:45 PM.
Unknown Assailant: A 38-year-old Stevens Point man reported he was drinking downtown when he was punched and kicked in the face by an unknown suspect on the 1200 block of Second St.
Crash: Police cited a 41-year-old Plover woman with running a red light after she crashed with a 54-year-old Plover woman on Nebel and Church St. in Stevens Point at 7:17 AM.
Contraband: Police were called at 9:41 am when a knife and pill were found in the backpack of a 16-year-old woman at the Charles F. Hernandez Center for Alternative Learning.
Crash: Officers responded to a two-vehicle crash between a 19-year-old Stevens Point woman and 16-year-old Plover woman on Division St. and College Ave. at 4:43 PM. No citations were issued.
Bike Brawl: A 26-year-old Stevens Point woman called police at 6 PM to report her young son’s balance bike was broken by an 11-year-old Stevens Point girl who had thrown it into the air on the 600 block of John’s Drive.