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Police Blotter: Homeless man arrested at Wal-Mart

A 46-year-old homeless man was arrested at Wal-Mart for retail theft, criminal trespass and resisting arrest around 1 p.m. Wednesday. An individual notified police Wednesday evening that he had found a handheld gas monitor valued around $700 in h...

  •  A 46-year-old homeless man was arrested at Wal-Mart for retail theft, criminal trespass and resisting arrest around 1 p.m. Wednesday.
  •  An individual notified police Wednesday evening that he had found a handheld gas monitor valued around $700 in his backyard on the 100 block of Seventh Avenue East. Its owner remains unknown.
  •  Some spraypaint was reported on the side of the old CHI St. Joseph’s Health building Wednesday evening, costing around $1,000 for removal.
  • Police are working to locate a suspect who gave an individual a counterfeit cashier’s check for $985.
  •  An individual notified police Wednesday morning of a scam where someone claiming to be from Publisher’s Clearing House contacted him and instructed that money be sent via Western Union. The individual was about to send the money at Wal-Mart before he called police.
  •  A white Ford F-550 work truck was discovered outside city limits Thursday afternoon after it was reported stolen Wednesday evening. There are no suspects.
  •  A white Honda Accord reported stolen Tuesday was located and returned, Thursday afternoon. A suspect has been identified.
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