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Police log: Stolen volleyballs and TV tantrums

Police took a report of a fight from neighbors to find that it was a juvenile throwing a tantrum over the TV.

Police log: Ghost cars and Kool-Aid men

Police were able to speak with the suspect but were unable to locate the stolen vehicle.

Police log: From food police to vandalism

Police took a report of a person possibly on drugs. When officers spoke to the person, they found he was just friendly and awkward.

Rexburg Police Department looking for graffiti suspects

The Rexburg Police Department asks community members to look at the graffiti incident images and contact them with any useful information about potential suspects.

Police log: From online payment stalking to strange behaviors

Police responded to a complaint of drugs being found inside the store.

Lori Daybell’s bond remains at $1 million

On Friday afternoon attorney's met with Judge Mallard at the Madison county courthouse to discuss the bond of Lori Daybell.

Connor Hammond denied sentence reduction

A motion to reduce Connor Hammond's sentence was denied after new testimony and exhibits presented.

BREAKING NEWS: Lori Daybell’s bail lowered to $1 million, preliminary hearing set

A judge lowered Lori Daybell's bail to $1 million and set a preliminary hearing for March 18 and 19.

BYU-Idaho student pleads guilty to three counts of petty theft

Eilis Murphy pleaded guilty for her counts of petty theft. She will return to Australia under one year of unsupervised probation for her plea.

POLICE LOG: Street sign thief and a cat living in a car

"When police arrived they observed the cat climb out from under the engine block."

POLICE LOG: From hallucinations to miscommunications

"Police responded to a report of multiple unwanted people in an apartment. Police arrived and found no one in the apartment other than its tenant. Police discovered the complainant was suffering from hallucinations. Police were able to reassure the complainant. No further action was taken."

POLICE LOG: From stuck ducks to roof climbers

Police were dispatched to an animal complaint of a duck that was unable to get out of the fenced-in stadium area of campus. Police responded and located the duck which appeared to be unharmed and in no danger at the time. Police called and spoke with the reporting party before clearing.

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