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POLICE LOG: Peacock reported walking around area

The following comes from the Madison County Sheriff’s Office and Rexburg Police Department police logs and is public record.


Prowling peacock

“Police were dispatched to the area of 2nd West and 3rd South for (a) report of a Peacock that was seen walking around the area. The caller thought the bird was possibly injured. Police arrived and were unable to locate the bird. Police then cleared. There is nothing further to report.”


Standing in a field

“While on routine patrol, Police made consensual contact with some individuals standing in a field. Police learned they arrived in a nearby unregistered vehicle. Police deployed K9 for a free-air sniff. The K9 alerted on the vehicle. The owner gave consent to search, and paraphernalia was located. The owner also admitted to other paraphernalia at his residence and gave consent to search. Police located, paraphernalia, marijuana, and alcohol. As the occupants were under 21 years old, the alcohol was destroyed. Two males were cited for possession of a controlled substance and paraphernalia. “

Noise complaint

“A large group was reported to be very loud on the third floor of the common area of the apartment complex. (Reporting Party) stated that she told them to be quiet but wanted to make a noise complaint. I walked the third floor and talked to a couple of groups but none were being loud. The reporting party stated that it quieted down after she spoke with them.”

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