The Fairfield Police Department reports the following calls and incidents logged at dispatch:
A citizen reported that someone informed him that he had won the lottery. Subject went to Kum and Go and bought three, $500 Green Dot cards. Subject informed officers that he was told that he needed to send one more Green Dot card in order to receive the winnings. Subject reported the scam to officers.
Nelson Gutierrez of Fairfield was arrested on an open warrant.
A caller advised that while she was walking down Stone Avenue, a German Shepard came from the corner of Second Street and bit her. Officers contacted the owner of the dog, discovered that dog was current with all of its shots. A dog bite form was submitted.
A caller advised that two un-identified males were attempted to break into his residence. Caller told officers that the individuals were camouflaged in tree branches. Caller later advised that subjects were inside of his garage and going through his garbage can. Officers checked the area and were unable to locate subjects.
Caller advised officers about a previous report she made concerning the theft of her son’s bike. She advised now that her lawnmower’s gas tank was gone, as well as her own bike. Officers started a case file and advised subject to notify them if anything else was stolen.
Caller advised that she noticed two suspicious individuals. Caller said the subjects, one male and the other female, where walking around the area suspiciously. The female subject was wearing a white hooded sweatshirt and the male subject was wearing a ball cap, jeans and a dark shirt. Subjects were last seen heading west on Adams Street.
A citizen reported children who are constantly throwing trash and bottles around the area. They are also playing and riding bikes in the street. The caller said he almost hit them several times. Caller was concerned that children might get hurt.
Brad Johnson of Fairfield was arrested after being seen mowing his lawn. Johnson had an open warrant for theft.
Stacie Reid of Fairfield was arrested for violating her parole. She will not be bonded until seen by a judge.
A Hy-Vee employee contacted officers regarding a “cubs bear bag” found with drug paraphernalia inside. Officer spoke with two employees about the incident and advised that the evidence would be taken into the police department for proper disposal.