On April 10, Eagle Police received word that a resident with an outstanding active arrest warrant appeared to be moving from the area.
Two Eagle officers responded to the resident's address after learning that there was a moving van parked outside of her home. When the officers approached, they noted the moving van was outside and that a woman was inside, packing items. The officer gave the suspect's name and asked to speak with her. The woman replied that she was the person they wanted to speak to.
The woman asked if the officers were there to talk with her about her dog. She said the issue was the reason why she was moving to Chicago. The officers told the woman an arrest warrant had been issued because she did not appear in court that morning. The woman said she thought her case was scheduled for an April 17 hearing.
The officers told the woman she could bond out on the $1,300 bond, to which she replied she was not the woman they were looking for after all. She slammed the door and closed all her binds and refused to come outside.
The officers obtained a copy of woman's driver's license to confirm her identify and returned to the home around 10 p.m. At shortly after midnight, the suspect exited the house and got into the passenger seat of the moving van. The officers then approached and arrested her.
Eagle Police were called to City Market April 4 on a shoplifting report.
Store security reported seeing a shopper pick up an item and place it on top of her purse before continuing her shopping. The woman later placed the item inside her purse when she pulled out a cell phone.
The shopper did not bring out the item - which was a $6.79 package of mascara - when she paid for her groceries. She was detained when she walked outside.
When confronted, the woman denied deliberately taking the item. She said she was confused because she had just taken some pain medication. She became upset and said she just forgot to pay for the item.
She was issued a summons for petty theft.
Eagle Police were called to a local tavern April 17 when a group of four men walked out on their $167 bar tab.
The bartender said the men had been at the tavern during the evening and ran up the $167 bill buying 20 Vegas bomb shots at $7 each, six bottles of Bud Light at $3 each and three bottles of Coors Light at $3 each. They left the bar at around 10:30 p.m. but the bartender overheard one of the men say he was staying at a hotel in the Eagle Commercial Park.
Police canvassed the hotels located along Chambers Avenue, but did not locate the suspects.
On April 18, the bar called Eagle Police to reported that the men had come in to pay the bill.
A student at Eagle Valley Middle School reported a stolen bike on April 13.
The gray, 15-inch Marin mountain bike is valued at $400.
Anyone with information can contact the Eagle Police at 328-6351.