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Rexburg police chief reflects before retiring

Learn more about the chief of police set to retire June 24.

Who is Rexburg’s new police chief?

Learn more about Rexburg’s new chief of police.

City council meeting features new police chief, recreation center plans and citizen concerns

Rexburg prepares for a new police chief, unveils recreation center and debriefs on Rexburg Pride.

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.

Police log: Disruptive kids and mysterious fluids

Police received a call about some fluid that had been spilled on the roadway.

Police log: From stolen signs to pill purses

Police responded to a report of a purse that was found and full of pills.

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 gift card creepers to bedroom peepers

Police took a report of fingerprints found outside a bedroom window.

Police log: From chicken murders to apartment invaders

The reporting party advised that dead chickens were found in the pen.

Police log: From dog punching to public intoxication

The suspect punched the dog and then punched the reporting party twice.

Police log: From couples camping to trespassers

After a couple of hours of searching, the missing couple was found safe and surprised that people were looking for them.

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Problems with parking passes and solutions to make them tolerable

Some suggestions from a BYU-Idaho student to improve the parking pass system.