Stevens Point Police Blotter
A verbal disturbance on Robert PL resulted in two suspects being arrested for charges including possession of drug paraphernalia and a warrant arrest.
A victim reported their catalytic converter was stolen from their car on Division Street.
Police charged a suspect with criminal trespassing to a dwelling when he was caught inside a private residence on Division Street.
A caller reported they believe someone is poisoning rabbits after they found three dead rabbits in their yard on Sims Avenue.
A suspicious caller reported they feel they are being stalked and that people are putting up cameras and surveillance tools to monitor him everywhere he goes.
A caller reported that a suspect was threatening to harm their dogs on Maria Drive. Police contact the humane society to work on the case.
A caller reported a car full of young people were doing donuts and driving recklessly on Main Street.
Hit and run
A hit and run on a parked car was reported on Main Street.
A suspect was charged with causing substantial bodily harm after hitting a person in the face twice during an altercation on Division Street.
A suspect was reported smashing plates and other home goods in a victim’s home during a fight near Torun Road.
A suspect was abusing inhalants before getting in their car. The intoxicated driver hit a utility pole, two dumpsters, and a building. They were charged with OWI and other criminal charges including probation violation, felony bail jumping, and more after they were pulled over on Patch Street.
A caller reported they opened an account in 2019 that has accrued over $4,000 in unpaid charges. They are now being contacted by debt collectors.
A suspect was charged for possession of heroin and felony bail jumping near Texas Avenue.
A dog attacked a walker while they were outside on Brawley Street. The bite caused blood but the victim declined an ambulance.