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Incidents reported between Sept. 21 and Sept. 26

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Incidents reported for Sept. 21.

Beth Grieser, 16, was given a safety belt award.
Katie Karo, 16, was given a safety belt award.
Alexander Gregory Smith, 19, was issued a citation for possession of narcotic equipment.
Erica Keller, 20, was issued a citation for speeding.
Incidents reported for Sept. 22
Rose Jones, 18, was given a safety belt award.
Jennifer Earls, 17, and Sarah Cramer, 15, were each given safety belt awards.
Incidents reported for Sept. 23
Ashley Wright, 17, was given a safety belt award.
Incidents reported for Sept. 24
Jack Smith, 17, and Adam Smith, 14, were issued safety belt awards.
Sarah Ayres, 16, and Kayla Steele, 16, were issued safety belt awards.
John Sperry, 17, Ryan Reno, 17, and Daniel Hoffman, 14, were issued safety belt awards.
David Allen Camper, 41, was issued a citation for stealing cable television services.
Incidents reported for Sept. 24
Bradley McDermott, 18, and Heath Chamberlain, 17, were issued safety belt awards.
Joshua Lawrence, 20, was issued a citation for speeding.
Incidents reported for Sept. 25
A styrofoam elk head, valued at $400, was reported stolen from the 400 block of Taylor Street.
Dane Lyon, 33, was issued a summons for failure to yield the right of way.
Dylan Schopper, 17, was issued a safety belt award.
Incidents reported for Sept. 26
Furniture and other items were reported stolen from a residences on the 1000 block of Sixth Street.
Cornelia Leiker, 48, was issued a summons for speeding 10 to 19 mph over the posted speed limit.


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