– At 11:45 a.m., officers were dispatched to the scene of a single-vehicle collision in the 29600 block of 224th Avenue Southeast. A vehicle had left the roadway and struck a power pole, leaving live wires across the road. Subsequent investigation determined that the driver of the vehicle was under the influence of alcohol. The driver was arrested and the vehicle was towed from the scene.
– Officers responded to the Lake Sawyer boat launch after hearing of a man screaming at vehicles. They contacted the individual, who was familiar to them from past calls. The man displayed signs of mental illness, as he was speaking to himself. It was determined he was not a threat to himself or others. He advised he had resources and did not need help from officers. No crime was committed and officers departed.
– At approximately 9 p.m., officers were flagged down in the 28800 block of 216th Avenue Southeast due to a collision that had recently occurred. There were no injuries and neither vehicle needed to be towed from the scene. At the conclusion of the investigation one driver was issued a notice of infraction for operating a motor vehicle without headlights when required.
– It was about 12:21 a.m. when officers made a traffic stop on near the 32600 block of Railroad Avenue. It was determined the juvenile driver was under the influence of marijuana and had a significant amount in his possession. He was booked and processed for DUI and later released to his parents. The issue of the significant amount of marijuana was forwarded to juvenile court.
– Officers were informed that a citizen found posters on light poles in front of a Railroad Avenue business that promoted white supremacy. The individual removed the posters and called 911 to report the incident.
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