Maquoketa law enforcement dispatch received the following calls for service:

May 5

Goose hit in road at Highway 61 and 63rd Street. Goose “was more than injured” and was removed.

Long grass, including at two homes suspected of being abandoned, Maquoketa.

Two large bags of adult diapers thrown out at 13th Street and 211th Avenue.

Standby needed for fence put-up, 7039 Caves Road.

Potential vandalism, broken window at Woodland East Trailer Court, while caller was moving. Appeared to be rock from lawn mower.

Two beagles found, 29203 289th St.

Domestic dispute, including report of assault, intoxication. Parties separated.

Geese in the streets, 100 block of North Second St., Bellevue.

Out with two ATVs, 150th Street and Highway 62. Towing company called.

Domestic dispute, 304 S. Main St. One party sitting on vehicle, preventing caller in vehicle from leaving. Parties separated.

Backup requested at Wal-Mart. Verbal argument.

Report of trespassing on ATVs at 2974 53rd Avenue. People said they thought previous owner owned land and were mushroom hunting.

Verbal family dispute, 201 High St., Bellevue.

May 6

Vehicle passed stopped school bus, 200th Avenue and Family Dollar Parkway.

Rollover into ditch, 21st Street and Highway 67. Patient refused transport.

Suspicion of drug activity/vehicle. Van stopped at Highway 64 and 418th Avenue. Search warrant applied for.

Dog attack, 316 S. Fifth St