Thursday, Oct. 10

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

12:14 a.m.: An officer checked on a reportedly suspicious vehicle in the 1400 block of North High Street. The driver was unable to sleep and just was driving around to relax. No action was taken.

12:20 a.m.: Ryan Brothers Ambulance Service transported a woman from the 200 block of East Cramer Street to Fort Memorial Hospital.

1:47 a.m.: An officer on patrol secured an open gate to a business in the 800 block of Highland Avenue. Everything else appeared to be fine.

6:01 a.m.: Someone requested a welfare check for someone at Opportunities, Inc. in the 200 block of East Cramer Street, but the person was unable to be located.

7:39 a.m.: A driver who was at Fort Atkinson High School in the 900 block of Lexington Boulevard had a coolant hose blow out on their vehicle. A call was made to the school’s main office and staff would send a maintenance employee out to assist the driver.

8:07 a.m.: A 48-hour parking watch was started on a vehicle in the 200 block of McMillen Street.

8:14 a.m.: An officer guided a semi-driver from the 500 block of East Milwaukee Avenue who was lost and off the truck route back to the designated truck route.

9:04 a.m.: A woman from the 100 block of North Third Street asked to speak with an officer about issues she was having with her bank account. The officer wrote a report.

9:32 a.m.: Ryan Brothers Ambulance Service assisted a resident from the 200 block of South Water Street East.

12:55 p.m.: A truancy citation was issued to a student from Fort Atkinson High School in the 900 block of Lexington Boulevard.

1:03 p.m.: Ryan Brothers Ambulance Service transported a resident from the 200 block of South Water Street East to Fort Memorial Hospital.

3:53 p.m.: A group home client threatening the safety of others in the home was transported to the Winnebago Mental Health Institute in Oshkosh.

4:08 p.m.: A 44-year-old Fort Atkinson woman was warned for unsafe backing and issued a 15-day correction notice for failing to provide proof of insurance after she backed her vehicle into another vehicle in the 1100 block of Madison Avenue belonging to a 54-year-old Fort Atkinson woman, resulting in a non-reportable accident with no injuries.

4:39 p.m.: Ryan Brothers Ambulance Service transported a woman from the 100 block of East Cramer Street to Fort Memorial Hospital.

6:14 p.m.: Damage to a vehicle involved in a hit-and-run accident in the 500 block of McMillen Street was documented.

6:31 p.m.: A 34-year-old Fort Atkinson woman was warned at Stop N Go in the 300 block of Madison Avenue for driving without a driver’s license or insurance and unsafe backing, resulting in a state-reportable accident.

8:01 p.m.: Emergency medical services were declined by a woman from the 200 block of South Water Street East who had fallen and initially was unable to get up. She recovered shortly thereafter.

8:13 p.m.: Information from someone from the 300 block of Lincoln Street about a scam telephone call was documented.

8:25 p.m.: Ryan Brothers Ambulance Service transported a woman from the 1000 block of Whitewater Avenue to Fort Memorial Hospital.

9:21 p.m.: An officer was unable to locate a woman who reportedly was intoxicated and stumbling near South Main and Elm streets.

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