October 20, 10:11 am. P.O. Matthew Ganiron was dispatched to GPD in reference to found property. Upon arrival, Ganiron learned the complainant, Jena Garland, had located a key in the 100 Block of East Fourth St. before bringing it to the Police Department. It is a gold minute key attached to a lanyard. There were no identifying marks to aid in locating the owner of the key. The key and the lanyard were placed into property for safekeeping.
October 20, 6:11 pm. P.O. Kreitzer was dispatched to East Main St. in reference to found property. Upon arrival, Kreitzer located a teal Roadmaster Granite Peak bicycle. Kreitzer was unable to locate the owner and placed the bike in property at Hart Avenue.
October 24, 5:59 pm. P.O. Kreitzer was dispatched to Spring Street in reference to a found cell phone. Upon arrival, Kreitzer made contact with Sara Estep, who advised she found the phone on the sidewalk near Garst Museum last weekend. Estep advised she attempted to take the phone to T-Mobile, but T-Mobile could not track the phone due to a third-party SIM card. The phone was taken to the GPD and placed in storage for safekeeping.
October 26, 12:51 pm. P.O. Matthew Ganiron was dispatched to GPD in reference to found property. Upon arrival, Ganiron learned the complainant/witness, Gary Bunger, found the listed phone in the roadway at the intersection of State Route 118 and Horatio – Harris Creek Road before bringing it to the Police Department. Ganiron took possession of the phone from dispatch and learned that it was a dark green Apple iPhone in a black case. The glass on the back of the phone was severely damaged, including both camera lenses. No serial number was able to be located on the phone. Due to the damage to the phone, 911 was unable to be contacted with it to learn the phone number associated with it. The owner of the phone was unable to be identified, so the phone was placed into property for safekeeping. At this time, there is no further follow-up possible.