Thursday, Jan. 9

Officers issued eight traffic-related warnings, assisted one individual with keys locked in car, followed up on three 911 calls, administered one preliminary breath test, participated in three community policing events, performed six crime-prevention services, prepared one nuisance abatement complaint letter and handled two confidential incidents.

12:46 a.m.: Ryan Brothers Ambulance Service transported a man from the 400 block of Madison Avenue to Fort Memorial Hospital.

2:34 a.m.: Ryan Brothers Ambulance Service transported someone from the first block of West Milwaukee Avenue to Fort Memorial Hospital.

4:55 a.m.: A 48-hour parking watch was started on a vehicle in the 200 block of Jefferson Street.

7 a.m.: A mother from Laurie Drive reported that her daughter had run away from their home. She was located later and turned over to a responsible adult.

7:54 a.m.: A resident from the 600 block of West Cramer Street complained about a vehicle being parked too close to their driveway. An officer spoke with the owner of the vehicle and the vehicle was moved.

9:39 a.m.: A mother requested help at the Fort Atkinson Police Department with her 17-year-old son who had traveled to Wisconsin for the holidays to see his girlfriend and now was refusing to return to Florida where he lives.

12:05 p.m.: A parking ticket was issued to a vehicle parked too closely to a driveway in the 1600 block of Stacy Lane.

12:32 p.m.: A 31-year-old Fort Atkinson man was cited in the 300 block of North Main Street for operating a vehicle after suspension of driver’s license and suspended vehicle registration, and warned for driving without insurance and non-registration of vehicle.

1:07 p.m.: An officer provided information to a resident in the 200 block of Heritage Drive on how to handle scam telephone calls.

2:31 p.m.: A resident from the 1600 block of Endl Boulevard was warned for smoking on the property.

2:37 p.m.: A resident from the 1600 block of Summit Drive reported a sewer backup and was connected with the Fort Atkinson Department of Public Works.

3:54 p.m.: An officer served papers to a resident at N800 U.S. Highway 12.

4:15 p.m.: Information about a traffic complaint that occurred in the 200 block of North Main Street was documented.

4:24 p.m.: An officer assisted a mother in the 200 block of Merchants Avenue with a child who was refusing to go with her.

4:36 p.m.: A 51-year-old Fort Atkinson woman was cited at the intersection of West Blackhawk Drive and Cheyenne Court for operating a vehicle after suspension of driver’s license and suspended vehicle registration. She was warned for nonregistration of vehicle.

5:19 p.m.: An officer spoke with a suspicious person in the 200 block of Jefferson Street.

6:05 p.m.: Someone from the 1600 block of Commonwealth Drive wished to have information about a possibly missing person documented.

6:15 p.m.: Someone reported motorists in the 100 block of West Blackhawk Drive who were squealing tires and racing. An officer found a vehicle with its flashers on. The parking brake was stuck, causing the tires to squeal. A tow truck was called and no further action was warranted.

6:36 p.m.: Ryan Brothers Ambulance Service transported a resident from South Street to Fort Memorial Hospital.

8:21 p.m.: An officer checked on a person in a building in the 1600 block of Janesville Avenue and learned that they were part of the cleaning crew. Everything was fine.

11:04 p.m.: An officer checked a suspicious vehicle at Haumerson’s Pond in the 500 block of South Fourth Street East and spoke with the driver who was waiting for his daughter.

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