Police Beat: April 29-May 7

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Domestic Violence

May 1 – Officers responded to a report of two individuals involved in possible domestic violence. The individuals were reportedly contacted and separated to determine the exact situation.

Criminal Mischief 

May 2 – An individual reported a secured bike taken from the bike racks.

April 30 – An individual reported the unauthorized use of cougar cash.

Provo

Missing Persons

April 29 – First responders found 13-year-old Thomas Caldwell. He was reportedly unharmed and found around 9 p.m.

Orem

Missing Persons

May 2 – 75-year-old Robert Flygare is still missing. He was last seen April 25 walking around 600 South and 700 West in a blue or green button-up shirt with jeans. He is reportedly an avid walker and frequently walks around Geneva Road and the railroad tracks. Anyone with information is encouraged to call Orem Police.

Fire

April 26 – Police dealt with a gas line that caught fire on 800 South State Street.

Drugs

May 1 – Police responded to a call about a suspicious vehicle parked in the In-N-Out parking lot. When police arrived to talk to the driver, one of the men in the car told them to leave because they were in the middle of a deal. Police confiscated their weed and arrested the man.

May 1 – Undercover police arrested two meth dealers in Pleasant Grove after they took off earlier that day. The dealers already had warrants out for their arrests and were in possession of meth at the time.

May 1 – Police stopped a car for having expired plates. Upon their interaction, the man was arrested after he admitted to having marijuana in the car.

Theft

May 1 – Police arrested a woman who stole a cell phone from a retailer after she returned to the store a short while later to activate it.

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