POLICE BLOTTER: Clerk finds marijuana; tenant complains about Pokémon chasers

BIG RAPIDS — Big Rapids Department of Public Safety officers responded to the following calls Thursday. All calls might not be reported.

• Officers were dispatched at 6:38 a.m. to the 1200 block of Perry Avenue for a suspicious situation complaint.

• At 7:27 a.m., police began school safety details.

• A two-car crash at State and Cedar streets resulted in the at-fault driver being cited for driving without insurance.

• At 3:15 p.m., officers assisted the Central Michigan Enforcement Team with Operation Hemp.

• Police responded to a complaint for pushy sales people at 3:58 p.m. on the 300 block of Winter Street. The salesman was told no and left, but was yelling at the other two people door to door.

• Officers performed an area check on South State Street for lumber in the roadway. They were unable to locate any lumber.

• Police responded to a possible domestic situation at State and South streets. A 25-year-old woman and her 20-year-old boyfriend were arguing. There was nothing physical.

• A tenant on the 300 block of North Michigan Avenue wanted to complain about too much traffic on North Michigan at night. Officers suspect it’s one of the many vehicles regularly seen at night chasing the elusive Pokémon.

• A clerk on the 700 block of South State was sweeping and snagged about two grams of marijuana. Nobody has come forward to claim the found property.

• Police responded to a call for a blue Nissan Rogue’s taillights randomly flashing in a used car lot. The car was locked.

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Posted by Brandon Fountain

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