Cambridge Police Report for May

Staff Writer
Tri-County Times

Cambridge Police Report

Submitted by Mark Pote, Huxley Police Chief

5/1: Officer responded to Fourth and 570th for a car versus deer accident. A vehicle operated by a Cambridge man struck a deer, causing approximately $2,500 in damage.

5/3: Officer responded to the 600 block of Fourth Street for a welfare check. Contact was made with a Cambridge woman, who was transported to a facility for treatment.

5/5: Officer responded to the intersection of Park Street and North Street for a semi that got stuck and caused damage to city property. The semi was towed and driver insurance information was gathered for the cost of the damage.

5/17: Officer was called to E. Fourth Street for a suspicious vehicle with a male driver, who was yelling at kids as they were walking home from school. Contact was made with the driver, who was yelling at his own kids. The matter was resolved roadside between the officer and parent. Officer responded to a burglary report at the 600 block of Race Street. A portable generator valued at approximately $200 was taken from a garage while the victim was at work earlier in the day. Ongoing.

Officers issued six citations for traffic violations and gave eight warnings. Officers received thirty three calls for service and had a total of seventy-four contacts for the month. Officers used 6.5 hours toward investigations, answering calls, or providing service and gave 73.5 hours of general patrol.