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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: Angry mobs and stolen vacuums

Police responded to reports of a group screaming and throwing things at a building.

Police log: From gunshots to stolen wallets

A firearm was accidentally discharged while being cleaned.

Police log: Landlord fraud and plane crashes

An individual reported fraud after receiving notice that they were denied a motorcycle application they'd never submitted.

Police log: Lost wallets and free car washes

Officers were notified of suspicious men knocking on doors and asking to speak with individuals.

Police log: Dog poop vandalism and suspicious odors

Police responded to an individual leaving dog poop at a former roommate's apartment.

Police log: Firearm fraud and gunshot wounds

Police were contacted about an individual who bought a gun with a fraudulent card.

Police log: Robin Hood and overwhelming odors

Some accounts from the Rexburg Police Department reports last week.

Police log: Probably not Romeo

See a bit of what the police were up to last week.

Drowsy driving and dogs at large

See some reasons why police were contacted last week.

Police log: From shoplifting to Walmart scooters

Police received a complaint of shoplifting where an individual took an item and ate it on premises.

Police log: From rooftop drops to car-locked dogs

Police were dispatched to a report of individuals accessing an apartment complex roof to drop items off of it.

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