Stevens Point Police Blotter: July 6-11
An intoxicated suspect was found on someone’s lawn on Rice Street and was given a ride home.
A traffic stop leads to two arrests on HWY 54 and Harding Avenue in Plover. One suspect was charged with probation violation, possession with intent to deliver narcotics, possession of cocaine, and drug paraphernalia. The second suspect was charged with probation violation, possession of THC bail jumping, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
A driver drove off without paying for their gas at a station on Main Street.
A painted rock with “Say it often say it loud, I am white and I am proud” was found on someone’s lawn on Sixth Avenue.
Police were looking for a man after causing a domestic disturbance and property damage on Main Street.
An unknown suspect broke into a donation collection bin near HWY 10 E and stole items, leaving clothes and other donations on the ground.
A suspect was arrested for battery after closing the door onto someone’s leg. The suspect was also charted with their third OWI and possession of open intoxicants in their vehicles on Stanley Street.
A caller sold his car and did not remove his plates, and is now receiving invoices from an Illinois tollway.
A caller stated that an unknown suspect stole their phone, bike, and meth from them after a verbal disagreement on Church Street.
A suspect was arrested for bail jumping and probation violation on Water Street.
A driver was spoken to by police after driving by another driver and yelling they would kill them on Illinois Avenue.
A suspect was arrested for damages to property, disorderly conduct, positions of THC, domestic abuse, and a warrant arrest. The arrest took place on Jefferson Street.
A suspect walked around a victim’s house with a rifle and threatened to burn it down on First Street. They were also charged with possession of meth, possession of THC, bail jumping, threats to injure, domestic abuse, and more.
A suspect was jailed for stealing a computer and headphones on Clark Street.
A suspect was arrested for trespassing in a private building on Division Street and released on a signature bond.
A suspicious person was reported near HWY 10 E.