Maquoketa law enforcement dispatch received the following calls for service:

Dec. 14

Traffic control requested to bring farm equipment across Sabula causeway, Roeder Bros.

Picked up dead doe to feed eagles, Highway 62 and Dark Hollow Road, Maquoketa.

Cattle out, 26889 Highway 64, Delmar.

Welfare check on Labs, 18737 139th St., Maquoketa

Two LP tanks missing, 5623 Caves Road, Maquoketa.

Noise complaint, Woodland East Trailer Court.

Dec. 15

Fire, 810 Broad St., Sabula. Fully engulfed home, Sabula and Savanna fire departments called, pumper and manpower needed, Miles and Preston en route. Loud boom heard about 45 minutes before fire department arrived. One detained. State fire marshal office en route.

Dispute, 318 S. Niagara St., Maquoketa.

Car egged, 316 E. Pleasant St., Maquoketa.

Lug nuts loosened on truck, 1117 E. Platt St., Maquoketa.

Intoxicated person screaming, Dearborn and East Platt streets, Maquoketa.

Rotweiler shaking small animal, 800 block of E. Platt Street, Maquoketa.

Strong smell of gas, 704 E. Quarry St., Maquoketa.

Warrant, Woodland East Trailer Court.

Dec. 16

Hydrant hit, S. Matteson and E. Summit streets, Maquoketa.

Four or five cows out, 26889 Highway 64, Maquoketa.

Yelling, officer requested, 1012-4 German St., Maquoketa.

Prisoner transport to Salvation Army.

Female pulled knife on person, Woodland East Trailer Court.

Vehicle accident, 100 block of Broad Street, Sabula.

Vehicle hit dog. Dog has broken leg, North Fifth and West Platt streets, Maquoketa.

Domestic dispute, Dearborn and East Quarry streets, Maquoketa.

Dec. 17

Vehicle accident, scratch on back bumper, Hop ‘n’ Shop.

Student entered Lawther Academy with cigarette, making threats.

Motorcycle stolen, 307 N. Walnut St., Maquoketa.

Harassment, Bernard.

Stolen Xbox for sale, 107 N. Matteson St., 108 W. Maple, Maquoketa.

Person out of control, 1022 German St., Maquoketa.

Person starting trouble, wants officer to settle things down, Woodland North Trailer Court.

Request to check natural gas smell, 49240 Highway 64, Miles. Black Hills will check but thinks smell resulted from odorant recently put in.