Police Report Child yelling at night told to quiet down

The Lovell Police Department received the following calls for the week of January 29 to February 4:
January 29: 6:19 a.m.- An abandoned house on Nevada Avenue had the back door open. It was determined that the local caretaker of the property was in the hospital and unable to care for the house. The homeowner does not live in town. There was no evidence of criminal activity.
January 30: 2:26 p.m.- A local resident contacted the Lovell Police Department to issue a criminal trespassing order (CTO) against her son so he would not be allowed on her property. She said the son had been coming and going, and she did not want him on her property.
6:13 p.m.- The local resident who requested a CTO against her son called to report her son was coming back onto her property. An officer had not officially served the CTO to the son, so an officer intervened and issued the son a criminal trespassing order at the mother’s property. After being issued the CTO, the son left without incident.
February 2: 2:33 p.m.- A caller on Big Horn Avenue reported a scam to Lovell PD. The caller said that she had gotten a phone call from someone claiming to be a part of publisher’s clearing, who asked them to buy gift cards. The caller said that she did not purchase any gift cards or give any information to the scammer.
February 3: 1:13 p.m.- A caller on East Second Street reported a red laser shining through their house from the south. Officers were unable to locate any lasers.
11:49 p.m.- A juvenile was reported to be running around and making noise at Lovell Apartments on Montana Avenue. An officer located the juvenile and told the juvenile it was important to be respectful and quiet late at night. The mother was informed, and she said she would work with her child on their behavior.
Note: The calls listed above were received by the Lovell Police Department.  Persons arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, and charges made upon initial arrest may be amended or dismissed as determined by the County Attorney.