Cole Camp Police Report

Stephen Phillips
Cole Camp Police Chief
From January 1, 2018 to January 7, 2018 Cole Camp Police Officers have done the following activities:
-Citations issued for exceeding posted speed limit, failure to register motor vehicle, failure to maintain financial responsibility, unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana.
-Officers conducted a well-being check on a motorist at the intersection of East Junge and Highway U.  When the investigating officer checked on the motorist, the motorist threatened to kill the officer.  The subject became more and more aggressive toward the officer even after more officers arrived to assist.  The officers attempted to effect an arrest and take the subject into custody when the subject began to fight with the officers.  While fighting with the officers, the subject head butted one officer in the nose, and hit the officer in the back of the head.  The subject then kicked another officer who was trying to subdue the subject.  The subject continued to threaten to kill the officers, their families, and their pets.
The subject was arrested and transported to the Benton County Jail for charges of resisting arrest and two counts of assaulting a police officer.
-Responded to multiple parking complaints on North Maple and Highway 52 and Highway F and Highway 52 Intersections.  Officers attempted to contact owners of the vehicles illegally parked.  No contact was made.  Officers attempted to follow up with the owners at a later time, but the vehicles had already left the area.  Officers will continue to monitor the area for parking violations.
-Officers responded to a non-injury motor vehicle crash at the intersection of Highway 52 and Spring Street.  The driver of one of the vehicles involved had a warrant for their arrest out of Lincoln Police Department for failure to maintain financial responsibility.  The subject was arrested and transported to the Benton County Jail.  The subject was also issued a citation for failure to maintain financial responsibility.