Police Log

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following information is collected from Marquette City Police Department dispatch log books recorded at the time the calls were received. The incidents reported may have proven to be unfounded once police investigated. Some log entries may be edited or omitted due to space constraints.

Thursday

– 7:34 a.m., harassment reported, 500 block of Oak Street

– 9:43 a.m., false alarm; worker used wrong code, 300 block of Lakeshore Park Place

– 10:35 a.m., accident; truck rolled out of gear and struck two parked cars; report taken, 200 block of North Front Street

– 10:43 a.m., personal damage traffic accident, 300 block of West Baraga Avenue

– 11:28 a.m., people staying in campers; male seen urinating in yard; advised, 200 block of Newberry Street

– 2:20 p.m., warrant; subject arrested, 1200 block of Logan Street

– 2:22 p.m., lockout; opened, 300 block of West Baraga Avenue

– 4:05 p.m., lockout; unable to open, 100 block of South Third Street

– 4:34 p.m., loose dog; unable to locate, 2300 block of Lakeshore Park Place

– 5:06 p.m., lockout; assistance given, 1900 block Presque Isle Avenue

– 5:24 p.m., parking complaint; citation issued, 300 block of East Michigan Street

– 5:31 p.m., lockout; assistance given, 100 block of Hawley Street

– 5:39 p.m., cat found; taken over to UPAWS, 900 block of Pioneer Road

– 6:05 p.m., reported driving without license, Dobson Place

– 6:40 p.m., complaint of homeless subject living/camping in woods; evicted, Seventh Street

– 6:45 p.m., credit card fraud; report taken, 100 block of East Ridge Street

– 6:47 p.m., driving with suspended license; subject arrested; bond paid; subject released

– 8:12 p.m., loud music reported; unfounded, 1800 block of Fitch Avenue

– 9:05 p.m., lost keys reported, disc golf

– 10:33 p.m., street lights out; Board of Power and Light notified, 200 block of West Hewitt Avenue

– 11:47 p.m., suspicious group of kids reported; girls walking; all ok, 600 block of Spruce Street

Friday

– 12:49 a.m., report of subjects egging vehicles; no damage; suspects gone on arrival, 400 block of North Sixth Street