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Police Beat for 2/27/2012 - 3/04/2012

 

 
Lone Peak Police  had a total of 97 calls for service for the week in Highland and Alpine. This is from 0700 hours on 02/27/2012, until 0700 hours on 03/05/2012. These are some of the many incidents officers responded to. These calls do not include all the incidents officers respond to on a day to day basis.
  
Monday 02/27/2012
 
Officers responded to a Highland address on a non injury traffic accident. All information and evidence was gathered, and a traffic accident investigation was conducted. A report was then filed on the incident.
An officer responded on a call of a delayed theft from a home in Alpine. The complainant advised someone had entered his home and taken items. All information on the items was gathered and an incident report filed. This case is currently under investigation.
An officer responded on a call of a delayed theft from a home in Alpine where forced entry was used to gain access. The complainant advised someone had entered his home then quickly left when the alarm went off. The damage was documented, all information was gathered, and an incident report filed. This case is currently under investigation.
 
Tuesday 2/28/2012
 
K9 units were called to assist a officer on a traffic stop in Highland. The initial officer had indicators and reason to believe there may be illegal substances in the vehicle he had stopped. Police Service Dog Harras conducted a sniff of the car and positively indicated on the vehicle confirming the initial officer's suspicions. The vehicle was searched by officers, and items of drugs and drug paraphernalia were located in the vehicle. The owner of the vehicle was arrested on numerous charges and booked into the Utah County Jail charges.
While on residential patrol in Alpine an officer located a unattended vehicle parked on the grass in the park located at 100 South 600 East. The officer made contact with the registered owner who lived across the street and found the vehicle had rolled out of the driveway and had come to rest at the park. The owner removed the vehicle and parked it back in his driveway using the parking brake. There was no damage done to the park.
While on residential patrol in the early morning hours an officer located a residence that had the garage door and front man door open. The officer made contact at the home and assured everything was ok. The resident thanked the officer for his assistance and secured the residence.
 
Wednesday 02/29/2012
 
While on patrol in Highland an officer affected a traffic stop on a vehicle for a equipment violation. Upon making contact with the driver the officer witnessed signs that the driver of the vehicle may be impaired and operating the vehicle under the influence of some type of substance. Field sobriety and chemical tests were performed on the driver. It was determined the driver was indeed operating the vehicle under the influence of alcohol. The driver was arrested and booked into the Utah County Jail on driving under the influence charges.
Officers responded to a Highland address on a non injury traffic accident. All information and evidence was gathered, and a traffic accident investigation was conducted. A report was then filed on the incident.
An officer responded to an Alpine residence on a report of a Fraud. The officer made contact with the victim and found her bank information had been used to make several purchases on line at out of state businesses. The officer gathered all available information and evidence, and filed an initial report. This case is currently under investigation.
 
Thursday 03/01/2012
  
The School resource Officer was dispatched to Mt. Ridge Junior High in regards to a possible drug problem. The officer conducted an investigation and located a suspect . The suspect was spoken to and searched by  the officer, and items of drugs and drug paraphernalia were located on his person. The juvenile was referred to the Juvenile Court on charges of possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia on school grounds.
Officers responded to a Highland address on a traffic accident with injuries. Officers arrived on scene and provided medical assistance until Fire personnel arrived. At that time all information and evidence was gathered, and a traffic accident investigation was conducted. A report was then filed on the incident.
The School resource Officer was dispatched to Lone Peak High School in regards to a possible alcohol problem involving a Lone Peak High School faculty member. The officer conducted an investigation and located a suspect. The suspect was spoken to and was found to be under the influence of alcohol. The suspect was arrested on alcohol charges.
 
Friday 03/02/2012
  
Officers responded to a Highland address on a traffic accident with injuries. Officers arrived on scene and provided medical assistance until Fire personnel arrived. At that time all information and evidence was gathered, and a traffic accident investigation was conducted. A report was then filed on the incident.
Officers were dispatched to respond to Lehi to assist the Lehi Police Department on a call of a fight in progress involving multiple individuals. Officers responded and assisted with securing the scene and locating suspects. Once the incident was investigated and concluded the officers cleared.
An officer responded to a Highland residential area on a report of a reckless driver. The officer obtained a description of the vehicle and conducted a thorough check of the area, but was unable to locate the suspect vehicle. Contact was made with the complainant and a report filed on the incident.
 
Saturday 03/03/2012
  
K9 units were called to assist an officer on a traffic stop in Pleasant Grove. The initial officer had indicators and reason to believe there may be illegal substances in the vehicle he had stopped. Police Service Dog Ringo conducted a sniff of the car and positively indicated on the vehicle confirming the initial officer's suspicions. The vehicle was searched by officers, and items of drugs and paraphernalia were located in the vehicle. The owner of the vehicle was arrested on possession of drug possession and paraphernalia charges.
An officer affected a traffic stop on a vehicle in Highland for a registration violation. Upon meeting with the driver and conducting records check the officer found the vehicle operator's driver's license was denied. The officer issued the driver a citation on the above mentioned violation and documented the incident.
While on residential patrol in Highland an officer affected a traffic stop on a vehicle for a speeding violation. Upon approaching the vehicle the driver fled on foot attempting to outrun he officer. The officer caught up with the suspect and took him into custody. When asked why he ran the suspect told the officer he had arrest warrants. The vehicle the suspect was driving was searched by officers, and items of drugs and paraphernalia were located in the vehicle. The owner of the vehicle was arrested on possession of drugs and paraphernalia charges, and booked into the Utah County Jail.
K9 units were called to assist an officer on a stop in Alpine. The initial officer had indicators and reason to believe there may be illegal substances in the vehicle he had stopped. Police Service Dog Ringo conducted a sniff of the car and positively indicated on the vehicle confirming the initial officer's suspicions. The vehicle was searched by officers, and items of drugs and drug paraphernalia were located in the vehicle. The owner of the vehicle was arrested on possession of drugs, and paraphernalia charges.
An officer received a call from a concerned parent in Highland regarding their juvenile son. Officers made contact with the parents and found they were concerned their son may be using and hiding drugs in their home. Upon the home owners request officers conducted a search of the Male's room and found numerous items of drug paraphernalia supporting the juveniles use of Marijuana, Heroin, and other substances. The juvenile was referred to the juvenile court in regards to items located in his room.
 
Sunday 03/04/2012
  
An officer affected a traffic stop on a vehicle in Highland for a registration violation. Upon meeting with the driver and conducting records check the officer found the vehicles registration was not valid and the owner had never obtained a new registration since purchasing the vehicle from the previous owner. The officer issued the driver a citation on the above mentioned violation, impounded the vehicle and documented the incident.
An officer affected a traffic stop on a vehicle in Highland for a traffic violation. Upon meeting with the driver and conducting records check the officer found the vehicle operator's driver's license was suspended. The officer issued the driver a citation on the above mentioned violation and documented the incident.
While on residential patrol in Alpine an officer affected a traffic stop on a vehicle for a traffic violation. Upon making contact with the driver the officer witnessed signs that the driver of the vehicle may be impaired and operating the vehicle under the influence of some type of substance. Field sobriety and chemical tests were performed on the driver. It was determined he was indeed operating the vehicle under the influence of alcohol. The driver was arrested and booked into the Utah County Jail on driving under the influence charges.
While on residential patrol in Alpine an officer affected a traffic stop on a vehicle for multiple traffic violations. Upon making contact with the driver the officer witnessed signs that the driver of the vehicle may be impaired and operating the vehicle under the influence of some type of substance. Field sobriety and chemical tests were performed on the driver. It was determined she was indeed operating the vehicle under the influence of alcohol. The driver was arrested and booked into the Utah County Jail on driving under the influence charges.
K9 units were called to assist an officer on a traffic stop in Highland. The initial officer had indicators and reason to believe there may be illegal substances in the vehicle he had stopped. Police Service Dog Harras conducted a sniff of the car and positively indicated on the vehicle confirming the initial officer's suspicions. The vehicle was searched by officers, and items of marijuana and drug paraphernalia were located in the vehicle. The owner of the vehicle was arrested on possession of marijuana, and drug paraphernalia charges.
Officers responded on a medical call in Alpine where a juvenile had taken several pills in an attempt to commit suicide. Officers provided medical aid until fire personal arrived on scene, then assisted as needed until the Fire Department cleared.

Police Beat for 2/20/2012 - 2/26/2012

Lone Peak Police  had a total of 105 calls for service for the week in Highland and Alpine. This is from 0700 hours on 02/20/2012, until 0700 hours on 02/27/2012. These are some of the many incidents officers responded to. These calls do not include all the incidents officers respond to on a day to day basis.
 
 

Monday 02/20/2012

 
Officers responded on three abandoned 911 calls at a residences in Highland. Upon making contact at the homes and speaking with the home owners it was determined everything was ok, and no problems existed at any of the homes. The officers cleared without further incident.
 
K9 units were called to assist a officer on a traffic stop. The initial officer had indicators and reason to believe there may be illegal substances in the vehicle he had stopped. Police Service Dog Harras conducted a sniff of the car and positively indicated on the vehicle confirming the initial officer's suspicions. The vehicle was searched by officers, and controlled substances were located in the vehicle. The owner of the vehicle was arrested on possession of controlled substance charges.
 
An officer was dispatched to a report of a juvenile runaway in Highland. The officer met with the juveniles parents and gathered all available information. The officer conducted an investigation and located the runaway in Pleasant Grove. The runaway was picked up by Pleasant Grove Police and released to her parents.
 

Tuesday 2/21/2012

 
Officers responded to a Highland address on a non injury traffic accident. Upon arriving officers found one of the vehicles involved in the accident had left the scene. All information and evidence was gathered, and a traffic accident investigation was conducted. A report was then filed on this incident which is currently under investigation.
 
While on residential patrol in Highland an officer affected a traffic stop on a vehicle for a speeding violation. Upon making contact with the driver the officer witnessed signs that the driver of the vehicle may be impaired and operating the vehicle under the influence of some type of substance. Field sobriety and chemical tests were performed on the driver. It was determined the driver was indeed operating the vehicle under the influence of alcohol. The driver was arrested and booked into the Utah County Jail on driving under the influence charges.
 
Officers responded to a Highland address on a non injury traffic accident. All information and evidence was gathered, and a traffic accident investigation was conducted. A report was then filed on the incident.
 

Wednesday 02/22/2012

 
An officer affected a traffic stop on a vehicle in Highland for a traffic violation. Upon meeting with the driver and conducting records check the officer found the vehicles registration had been revoked. The officer issued the driver a citation on the above mentioned violation and documented the incident.
 
Officers responded on a medical call in Alpine where a child was having a seizure. Officers provided medical aid until fire personal arrived on scene, then assisted as needed until the Fire Department cleared.
 
Officers responded on a medical call in Alpine where the patient was having an allergic reaction. Officers provided medical aid until fire personal arrived on scene, then assisted as needed until the Fire Department cleared.
 
Thursday 02/23/2012
Officers responded on four animal control calls on this date. Two in Alpine and two in Highland. Each incident was handled accordingly with no further serious issues or concerns resulting. Reports were filed on all incidents.
 
Officers responded to a Alpine address on a non injury traffic accident. All information and evidence was gathered, and a traffic accident investigation was conducted. A report was then filed on the incident.
 
An officer responded on an abandoned 911 call from a cell phone in Alpine. The officer obtained a partial coordinate on the cell phones location and conducted a thorough check of the area without locating any problems or anyone in need of assistance. An incident report was documented and this incident closed.
 
 

Friday 02/24/2012

K9 units were called to assist a officer on a traffic stop. The initial officer had indicators and reason to believe there may be illegal substances in the vehicle he had stopped. Police Service Dog Ringo conducted a sniff of the car and positively indicated on the vehicle confirming the initial officer's suspicions. The vehicle was searched by officers, and items of drug paraphernalia, and marijuana were located in the vehicle. The owner of the vehicle was arrested on possession of drugs, and paraphernalia charges.
 
Officers responded on a medical call at Lone Peak High School where a female had went unconscious during a dance performance. Officers provided medical aid until fire personal arrived on scene, then assisted as needed until the Fire Department cleared.
 
Officers responded to a Highland address on a non injury traffic accident. All information and evidence was gathered, and a traffic accident investigation was conducted. A report was then filed on the incident.
 

Saturday 02/25/2012

Officers were dispatched on five residential alarms. Three in Highland and two in Alpine. Upon their arrival the officers made contact with the alarm companies and found the residences to be secure. The officers cleared without further incident.
 
Officers responded to an Highland address on a report of guns being shot in the area. Officers spoke with the complainant and conducted a thorough check of the area. The officers were able to locate the individuals who had been shooting. The officer determined they had been shooting in Draper City limits. The officer spoke with Draper officials and found they just wished the individuals be warned on the violation and released. The officer spoke with the individuals about the violation and concerns behind them shooting where they did. The individuals were then released.
 
Officers responded to a Highland address on a non injury traffic accident. All information and evidence was gathered, and a traffic accident investigation was conducted. A report was then filed on the incident.
 

Sunday 02/26/2012

An officer responded to three abandoned 911 calls in Highland. Upon making contact at the homes and speaking with the home owners it was determined everything was ok, and no problems existed. The officers cleared without further incident.
 
An officer affected a traffic stop on a vehicle in Highland for a registration violation. Upon meeting with the driver and conducting records check the officer found the vehicle did not have valid insurance coverage. The officer issued the driver a citation on the above mentioned violation and documented the incident.
 
An officer responded to an Alpine residential area on a report of a suspicious person walking in the neighborhood. The officer obtained a description of the person and conducted a thorough check of the area, but was unable to locate the suspect. Contact was made with the complainant and a report filed on the incident.

Police Beat for 2/6/2012 - 2/12/2012

Lone Peak Police had a total of 100 calls for service for the week in Highland and Alpine. This is from 0700 hours on 02/06/2012, until 0700 hours on 02-13-2012. These are some of the many incidents officers responded to. These calls do not include all the incidents officers respond to on a day to day basis.

 
 Monday 02/06/2012
An officer responded on an abandoned 911 call from a cell phone in Alpine. The officer obtained a partial coordinate on the cell phones location and conducted a thorough check of the area without locating any problems or anyone in need of assistance. An incident report was documented and this incident closed.
Officers responded on a medical call in Highland where a teenager was unconscious. Officers provided medical aid until fire personal arrived on scene, then assisted as needed until the Fire Department cleared.
Officers responded to a Highland address on a report of a stolen vehicle. The officers arrived on scene and gathered all available information on the vehicle and possible suspect. Officers than placed a state wide bulletin out on the vehicle and documented the incident. The vehicle was later recovered by officers in Highland, and the suspect arrested.
 

Tuesday 2/07/2012

  An officer affected a traffic stop on a possible stolen vehicle in Highland. Upon making contact with the driver the officer witnessed signs that the driver of the vehicle may be impaired and operating the vehicle under the influence of some type of substance. Field sobriety and chemical tests were performed on the driver. It was determined the driver was indeed operating the vehicle under the influence of drugs. The driver was arrested and booked into the Utah County Jail.
 
Officers responded on three animal control calls on this date. Two in Alpine and one in Highland. Each incident was handled accordingly with no further serious issues or concerns resulting. Reports were filed on all incidents.
 
Officers responded on a medical call in Highland where a teenager was unconscious. Officers provided medical aid until fire personal arrived on scene, then assisted as needed until the Fire Department cleared.
 

Wednesday 02/8/2012

 
Officers responded on three animal control calls on this date. Two in Highland and one in Alpine. Each incident was handled accordingly with no further serious issues or concerns resulting. Reports were filed on all incidents.
 
Officers were dispatched to a Highland address on a family fight/ Assault call in progress. Upon their arrival officers conducted an investigation and were able to determine that the argument was between a Foster Mother and her foster daughter. The daughter had fled before police had arrived. The officers on scene determined a physical assault had occurred. The female suspect was located a short time later in Cedar Hills. The suspect was referred into the Juvenile Court on charges of assault, and released to a Regional Foster Care coordinator.  A report was then filed on the incident
An officer responded to an abandoned 911 call at a church in Highland. Upon making contact at the church it was determined everything was ok, and no problems existed. The officer cleared without further incident.
 

Thursday 02/09/2012

K9 units were called to assist an officer on a traffic stop in Pleasant Grove. The initial officer had indicators and reason to believe there may be illegal substances in the vehicle he had stopped. Police Service Dog Ringo conducted a sniff of the car and positively indicated on the vehicle confirming the initial officer's suspicions. The vehicle was searched by officers, and items of drug paraphernalia, Methamphetamine, stolen property, and stolen personal identifications were located in the vehicle. The owner of the vehicle was arrested on multiple felony and misdemeanor charges.
 
Officers responded to a Highland address on a non injury traffic accident. All information and evidence was gathered, and a traffic accident investigation was conducted. A report was then filed on the incident.
 
While on residential patrol in Alpine in the early morning hours an officer came across a garage door that had been left open at a residence. The light was on in the garage. The officer made contact with the home owner advising him of what they had witnessed, and asking if he would like officers to clear the garage to assure no one was inside. The home owner agreed and the officers checked the garage and found no one inside. The home owner thanked the officers for their time and concern for his family and properties well being. The garage door was secured and the officers cleared.
 

Friday 02/10/2012

An officer responded to an Alpine residential area on a report of a reckless driver. The officer obtained a description of the vehicle and conducted a thorough check of the area, but was unable to locate the suspect vehicle. Contact was made with the complainant and a report filed on the incident.
Officers responded to a residence in Alpine on a report of a fire alarm going off in the home. An officer responded and assisted until fire personnel arrived on scene. The officer assisted fire personnel as needed until the incident was complete and all units cleared.
Officers were dispatched to an Alpine address on a burglary in progress call. Upon arriving on scene and securing the area the officers located the male involved and found he had permission to be at the home, and was invited in by one of the home owner's children. The officers cleared without further incident.
K9 units were called to assist an officer on a traffic stop in Alpine. The initial officer had indicators and reason to believe there may be illegal substances in the vehicle he had stopped. Police Service Dog Ringo conducted a sniff of the car and positively indicated on the vehicle confirming the initial officer's suspicions. The vehicle was searched by officers, and a very small amount of marijuana was located in the vehicle.
  

Saturday 02/11/2012

Officers responded to a Highland address on a non injury traffic accident. All information and evidence was gathered, and a traffic accident investigation was conducted. A report was then filed on the incident.
Officers were dispatched to an Alpine address on a family fight call in progress. Upon their arrival officers conducted an investigation and were able to determine that the argument was between two family members, and it had only been verbal with no criminal violation occurring. Officers calmed the situation, and all information was gathered, and a report filed on the incident.
K9 units were called to assist an officer on a traffic stop in Highland. The initial officer had indicators and reason to believe there may be illegal substances in the vehicle he had stopped. Police Service Dog Ringo conducted a sniff of the car and positively indicated on the vehicle confirming the initial officer's suspicions. The vehicle was searched by officers, and items of drug paraphernalia were located in the vehicle. The owner of the vehicle was arrested on possession of drug paraphernalia charges.
 

Sunday 02/12/2012

While on residential patrol in Highland an Officer witnessed a vehicle pulling out of a residential neighborhood in the early morning hours. The officer ran the vehicles registration to find it was registered out of Salt Lake City, and the registered owner had an active $20,000.00 felony warrant for his arrest. The officer affected a traffic stop on the vehicle and called for a K9 to assist. After the K9 indicated on the vehicle and the officers obtained a search warrant for the vehicle, officers continued their investigation and located 100 pieces of stolen property in the vehicle that belonged to Highland residents, and other persons throughout Utah and Salt Lake Counties. The occupants were arêtes on multiple Felony and misdemeanor charges, and booked into the Utah County Jail.
K9 units were called to assist an officer on a traffic stop in Highland. The initial officer had indicators and reason to believe there may be illegal substances in the vehicle he had stopped. Police Service Dog Ringo conducted a sniff of the car and positively indicated on the vehicle confirming the initial officer's suspicions. The vehicle was searched by officers, and items of drug paraphernalia and stolen property were located in the vehicle. The owner of the vehicle was arrested on the above mentioned charges.
An officer affected a traffic stop on a vehicle in Highland for a registration violation. Upon meeting with the driver and conducting records check the officer found the vehicle had no insurance. The officer issued the driver a citation on the above mentioned violation and documented the incident.

1/30/2012 - 2/6/2012

Lone Peak Police had a total of 96 calls for service for the week in Highland and Alpine. This is from 0700 hours on 01/30/2012, until 0700 hours on 02/06/2012. These are some of the many incidents officers responded to. These calls do not include all the incidents officers respond to on a day to day basis.
 
 
Monday 1/30/2012
 
Officers responded to a Highland address on a non injury traffic accident. Upon arriving officers found one of the vehicles involved in the accident had left the scene. All information and evidence was gathered, and a traffic accident investigation was conducted. A report was then filed on this incident which is currently under investigation.
 
An officer was contacted by a citizen who wished to speak with an officer in regards to some questions they had about drug use in their neighborhood, and prevention techniques. The officer spoke with the citizen for some time then concluded the call.
 
An officer responded on an abandoned 911 call from a cell phone. The officer obtained a partial coordinate on the cell phones location and conducted a thorough check of the area without locating any problems or anyone in need of assistance. An incident report was documented and this incident closed.
 
 Tuesday 1/31/2012
 
Officers were dispatched to a Highland address on a delayed domestic violence call. Upon their arrival officers conducted an investigation and were able to determine that a physical assault had occurred between cohabitants. All information and evidence was gathered, and the suspect was arrested on the above mentioned violations.
 
An officer responded on a call of a delayed theft from Lone Peak High School. All information on the items was gathered and an incident report filed, and forwarded to the Lone Peak High School resource officer. This case is currently under investigation.
 
An officer affected a traffic stop on a vehicle in Highland for a traffic violation. Upon meeting with the driver and conducting records check the occupants, the officer found the vehicle operator's driver's license was suspended. He also found one of the passengers had an active warrant for her arrest. The officer issued the driver a citation on the above mentioned violation and booked the female with the warrant into Utah County Jail, and documented the incident.
 
Wednesday 02/1/2012
 
While on residential patrol in Highland an officer received a call of a traffic accident. Upon making contact with the driver and beginning his initial investigation the officer witnessed signs that the driver of the vehicle may be impaired and operating the vehicle under the influence of some type of substance. Field sobriety and chemical tests were performed on the driver. It was determined the driver was indeed operating the vehicle under the influence of alcohol. The driver was arrested on driving under the influence charges.
 
Officers responded to two Highland addresses on reports of non injury traffic accidents. All information and evidence was gathered, and traffic accident investigations were conducted. Reports were then filed on the incidents.
 
An officer affected a traffic stop on a vehicle in Highland for a registration violation. Upon meeting with the driver and conducting records check the officer found the vehicle operator's driver's license was suspended, and the vehicle had no insurance. The officer issued the driver a citation on the above mentioned violations and documented the incident.
 
Thursday 02/02/2012
 
Officers were dispatched to an Alpine address on a family fight call in progress. Upon their arrival officers conducted an investigation and were able to determine that the argument was between a husband and wife, and it had only been verbal with no criminal violation occurring. Officers calmed the situation, and all information was gathered, and a report filed on the incident
 
Officers responded on five animal control calls on this date. Two in Alpine and three in Highland. Each incident was handled accordingly with no further serious issues or concerns resulting. Reports were filed on all incidents.
 
Officers were dispatched on a residential alarm in Highland. Upon their arrival the officers made contact with the alarm company and found the residences to be secure. The officers cleared without further incident.
 
Friday 02/03/2012
 
Officers responded to a Highland address on a non injury traffic accident. All information and evidence was gathered, and a traffic accident investigation was conducted. A report was then filed on the incident.
 
Officers responded on a medical call in Highland where a female was unconscious following a suicide attempt. Officers provided medical aid until fire personal arrived on scene, then assisted as needed until the Fire Department arrived and transported the patient to a local hospital.
 
K9 units were called to assist a officer on a traffic stop. The initial officer had indicators and reason to believe there may be illegal substances in the vehicle he had stopped. Police Service Dog Ringo conducted a sniff of the car and positively indicated on the vehicle confirming the initial officer's suspicions. The vehicle was searched by officers, and marijuana was located in the vehicle. The owner of the vehicle was arrested on possession of marijuana charges.
 
Saturday 02/04/2012
 
While on a traffic stop an officer was almost struck by a passing vehicle which missed striking him by inches. The officer cleared his stop and initiated a stop on the vehicle that nearly collided with him. Upon making contact with the driver the officer witnessed signs that the driver of the vehicle may be impaired and operating the vehicle under the influence of some type of substance. Field sobriety and chemical tests were performed on the driver. It was determined the driver was indeed operating the vehicle under the influence of alcohol. The driver was arrested and booked into the Utah County Jail on driving under the influence charges.
 
Officers responded to a Highland address on a traffic accident with injuries where a four year old child had been run over by a vehicle. Officers arrived on scene and provided medical assistance until Fire personnel arrived, and the child was flow to the hospital via medical helicopter. At that time all information and evidence was gathered, and a traffic accident investigation was conducted. A report was then filed on the incident, which is still under investigation.
 
An officer responded to an abandoned 911 call at a residence in Highland. Upon making contact at the home and speaking with the home owner it was determined everything was ok, and no problems existed. The officer cleared without further incident.
 
Sunday 02/05/2012
 
An officer affected a traffic stop on a vehicle in Highland for a traffic violation. Upon meeting with the driver and conducting records check the officer found the vehicle operator's driver's license was suspended. The officer issued the driver a citation on the above mentioned violation and documented the incident.
 
Officers responded to a Highland address on a non injury traffic accident. All information and evidence was gathered, and a traffic accident investigation was conducted. A report was then filed on the incident.
 
An officer was called to a Highland residence on a call of a vehicle that had been broken into. The officer arrived on scene and spoke with the complainant who advised that multiple items had been stolen from the vehicle. The rear window was broken to gain entry into the vehicle. The officer assisted the complainant with assuring all her credit cards etc had been cancelled and information filed with the appropriate financial institutions. The officer then gathered all available information and filed a report on the incident.