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During the time period from Sept. 1 until Sept. 30, the Seymour Police Department answered 227 calls for service, issued 63 traffic warnings and 26 summons, while six people were booked into the Webster County Jail in Marshfield.

Calls during this period included:

Sept. 1

• School Resource Officer Ray Rodriguez was advised of a student attempting to run away from the school. He and the school staff was able to locate the student without incident.

Sept. 2

• Officers were dispatched to U.S. 60 and Box School Loop Road for a train that hit a feed truck. Officers were able to assist with medical to transport the driver of the truck.

Sept. 3

• A report of a motor-vehicle accident at U.S. 60 and Clinton Avenue was dispatched to officers. A U-Haul truck stuck a vehicle. No one was injured and a report was taken.

Sept. 4

• Officers responded to a MVA at U.S. 60 and Clinton Avenue. While on scene and investigating the crash, officers observed one the drivers appeared to be DWI. The subject was arrested and transported to the Webster County Jail.

Sept. 5

• A “911” call was made on a vehicle leaving signal. Officers were able to locate the vehicle being driven by a 9-year-old with the mother and sibling in the car. Charges were filed on the mother and the children were sent to stay with a family member.

Sept. 6

• Officers were investigating several storage-unit break-ins. Several leads and tips were given. If you have any information, please contact Detective Chase Davis.

Sept. 7

• A complaint was made by a business in town for having a window hit by a golf ball. A property-damage report was taken, and the suspect was located.

Sept. 8

• Several calls came in about fireworks being shot off in the area of Velma Drive. Officers were able to locate the subjects and inform them of the city ordinance.

Sept. 9

• Officers assisted the Webster County Department in locating a subject south of town.

Sept. 10 and Sept. 11

• With such a big turnout for the Seymour Apple Festival, officers were on patrol on the square and handled several complaints.

Sept. 12

• Cox Air Care requested officers assist in landing of the helicopter for a medical evacuation.

Sept. 13

• Officers took a report for catalytic converters being stolen off a vehicle. This has been an ongoing problem in the county. Several people have been arrested. If you have information about people stealing catalytic converters, please contact Detective Chase Davis.

Sept. 14

• While out on patrol, officers observed a vehicle broke down on the side of the highway. Officers were able to make contact with the people to ensure they did not need help.

Sept. 15

• A call for a runaway dog on Thoroughfare Street was given to an officer. They were able to locate the dog and return it home.

Sept. 16

• Officers dispatched to a domestic disturbance on Forrest Road. The subjects were located and separated.

Sept. 17

• During a routine traffic stop, officers located a driver who did not have a valid license. The subject was arrested and transported to the Webster County Jail.

Sept. 18

• While conducting routine patrol, officers located a subject riding a dirt bike on the roadway. When officers went to conduct a traffic stop on the vehicle, the subject fled. Officers were able to identify the subject and filed felony charges.

Sept. 19

• A black tablet was recovered and turned into the police station. If you are missing one, please contact the police department. You must be able to give a make, model and passcode to prove it is yours.

Sept. 20

• Officers responded to a location on Steel Street for three suspicious vehicles pulling and driving off road. Officers were able to locate the subjects who had met up to talk and hang out.

Sept. 21

• A “911” call was made for a disturbance on B Street. Officers arrived on scene and made contact with the subjects. The parties were both separated.

Sept. 22

• A medical call came in at a residence on Davis Street. Officers responded and provided aid until EMS could arrive.

Sept. 23

• A motor-vehicle accident occurred at U.S. 60 and Skyline Road. Two vehicles were involved. One subject was transported by EMS for serious injuries.

Sept. 24

• Officers responded to a residence on Main Street for a disturbance. When officers arrived, the suspect left the scene.

Sept. 25

• A “911” call was placed for a subject on Summit Avenue overdosing on drugs. Officers arrived on scene and were able to administer NARCAN in order to reverse the overdose.

Sept. 26

• Officers assisted in the landing of a helicopter for a medical call.

Sept. 27

• Several complaints for speeders on Water Street were made. Extra patrol was conducted, then multiple vehicles were stopped and cited.

Sept. 28

• In the morning hours, officers located a subject parked on the square for two days sleeping in their car. Officers made contact with the subject and located drug paraphernalia on the subject.

Sept. 29

• A disturbance on East Washington Street was called in. Officers arrived on scene and arrested a suspect. The suspect was transported to the Webster County Jail.

Sept. 30

• During a traffic stop on Clinton Avenue, officers arrested a subject for possession of a controlled substance. The suspect then was transported to the Webster County Jail.

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