Police investigate multiple crimes over past two days

LPD Public Information Officer Det. Sgt. Kacie Springer

The following reports were taken by the Lebanon Police Department between Tuesday and Wednesday.

  • Lebanon Police were dispatched to Holly early Wednesday morning for a reported property damage. The reporting party told police he heard numerous subjects outside his residence yelling. He told police the subjects were close to his vehicle. When they left he went outside and discovered his left rear window was broken. Police told him to call 911 if the subjects returned.
  • Police investigated a man reportedly making a drug deal at the Red Fox Tuesday. Police found the man and according to their report, could smell a strong odor of marijuana coming from his person. An officer patted him down and located a plastic baggie of marijuana. Police found there was an active warrant out for his arrest and he was taken to the Laclede County Jail where he was photographed and issued a summons for possession of marijuana. He was released to Laclede County Jail staff where he is being held on his warrant.
  • Lebanon Police investigated a burglary Tuesday. A Lebanon woman told police her 32” Funai television and her WII U was stolen from her living room. She told police she left her residence around 9 a.m. and returned home approximately at about 5:15 p.m. According to police, she said she observed her television and her WII U was missing.
  • Lebanon Police reported that on Tuesday Century Link Cable Company reported damage from an arrow being shot into the cable line. The damaged cable line is located on the utilities near he intersection of Hayes and Madison, on the Hayes Street side.
    The estimated cost of repairs for the line will be approximately $10,000. The cable line has a Fiber Optic 288 Strand Fiber. There are no suspects in this case at this time.
  • Police responded to a disagreement Wednesday between a 47-year-old woman and her mother. Police said a 72 year old white female, the woman’s mother, stated she wants police to make her daughter go to bed. Police said she was told this is not a police matter and she needs to take care of her own daughter.
    According to the police report, The residence was “in such bad shape it needs to be fixed or condemned. It is not safe to live in. I filled out a form of Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation of the Elderly and Disabled.” Police took the 47-year-old woman to the hospital because her knee was hurting. She reportedly told police “she hates living with her mother and that she mistreats her all the time. The subject stated she does not want to live there anymore because how she is treated.”
  • A Lebanon Police officer on Tuesday at about 9 a.m.responded to a reported disturbance. Police said a 39-year-old woman from Lebanon and a 41-year-old man from Lebanon were involved in a physical domestic disturbance. The male subject was later arrested for domestic assault and placed on a 24 hour hold.


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