Someone called dispatch Thursday asking what to do with a mouse they received for Christmas that they didn’t want. An officer responded.
Police responded to a report of stalking on Christmas Eve and resolved the issue for now by telling the suspect to stop contacting the victim.
A man with an arrest warrant was involved in a disturbance on Christmas Day around 6 p.m. at the Wort Hotel. The 29-year-old Shelley, Idaho, man was arrested.
At 7 p.m. on Christmas officers responded back to The Wort Hotel because a drunk man was across the street yelling toward the hotel. Police said he was being belligerent, so the 35-year-old Florida man was arrested on a charge of public intoxication.
On Dec. 23 a mother marched her son into the Jackson Police Department after catching him with marijuana. An officer gave the 15-year-old a citation for possession of a controlled substance.
A man lost his wallet somewhere between Los Angeles and Jackson. He reported it to the police department, which gave him a copy of the report so he could attempt to board his flight without his ID.
Bouncers at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar stopped an 18-year-old from getting into the bar with a fake ID on Friday just before 9 p.m. The Wisconsin teen tried to strong-arm his way in and was cited, reports stated.
Officers pulled a man over for not moving over for a traffic stop. The 25-year-old had an active warrant out of Idaho. He was cited for not having a driver’s license and arrested on the warrant.
Some hotel guests called police because some of their neighbors were smoking marijuana. Officers knocked on the hotel room door and cited a 28-year-old New York man for possession of a controlled substance.
On Sunday officers responded to an assault at Roadhouse Pub & Eatery. A man said he was attacked by a group inside the restaurant. Officers interviewed the alleged suspects and witnesses and confirmed the man was the aggressor and the group of people inside were defending themselves. The man was told to go home, and no one was cited.
Information in the police blotter is gathered from area law enforcement agencies, county courts and sometimes radio dispatch. Those jailed are charged, not convicted. — Eds.