Police Blotter: March 2, 2010
8:28 a.m. – A caller reported a knife stuck in a tree. The knife was removed.
11:31 a.m. – A caller from the 200 block of Sutton Way reported an attempted vehicle theft.
2:26 p.m. – A woman from the 300 block of East Maryland Road reported she asked a man to turn loud music down and he came out with an Airsoft gun, pointed it at her and pulled the trigger, then asked her where she lived. He was advised of city codes.
2:45 p.m. – A man from the 100 block of North Church Street reported a missing tool set and floor jack. It might have been a civil issue over an old debt.
5:11 p.m. – A caller from Empire and South Auburn streets reported a physical fight between a man and a woman. The woman appeared to be trying to jump out of the pickup truck.
5:46 p.m. – A caller from a business on Sierra College Drive reported an unwanted person posing as a police officer.
7:41 p.m. – A caller from the 100 block of West McKnight Way reported a purse was stolen from a vehicle.
9:47 p.m. – A caller from the 100 block of Park Avenue reported the lights were on and a window was open in a portable classroom. A report was taken for vandalism and burglary.
10:03 p.m. – A woman from the 100 block of East Empire Street reported her neighbor was screaming at her to come outside and that he was going to assault her.
11:26 p.m. – A caller from the 600 block of Walsh Street reported loud music. Another call was made at 12:06 a.m. to report people yelling and a child crying.
9:01 a.m. – Two callers from the 16000 block of Airport Road and one caller from the 11000 block of Golden Oaks Court reported loud gunfire.
9:07 a.m. – A woman from the 16000 block of Ariel Court reported a rabid skunk dying in front of her residence.
10:09 a.m. – A caller from North Bloomfield Road reported horses in distress.
10:31 a.m. – A caller from the 24000 block of Darkhorse Drive reported an ill skunk in front of the golf course.
1:17 p.m. – A caller from the 13000 block of Grunt Hill Road reported unsafe shooting.
3:07 p.m. – A woman from the 16000 block of Greenhorn Road reported someone was stealing her fencing.
3:08 p.m. – A caller from the 13000 block of Green Haven Lane reported vandalism to a gate and lock.
4:39 p.m. – A caller from Hutto Road reported three women riding an ATV in an unsafe manner.
5:35 p.m. – A caller from Owl Creek Road reported hearing automatic gunfire.
5:50 p.m. – A woman from the 15000 block of Sunny Hill reported her neighbor was taking photos of her while she was taking care of her chickens and might be recording her dogs barking.
6:16 p.m. – A caller from Rosewood and Combie roads reported hearing yelling, pounding and a man asking “Why is he dead.”
9 p.m. – A caller from the 13000 block of Lee Lane reported a man was laying in the middle of the road. The man had blood on his fingers but said he was OK. He was given a ride home.
9:04 p.m. – A woman from the 13000 block of Wildwood Heights Drive reported a man was screaming and yelling and grabbed her. He had thrown all her belongings into her vehicle. The situation was mediated.
11:13 p.m. – A caller from the 29000 block of Highway 49 reported an infant locked in a vehicle.
12:40 a.m. – A woman from the 18000 block of Brewer Road reported her in-laws were breaking things and holding her and her children hostage. A different caller reported a person was drunk and trying to pick up a juvenile. A taxi was called.
2:23 a.m. – A man from the 10000 block of Mill Road reported his neighbor had been assaulted. The other half said he had been assaulted, but declined medical attention. At 5:16 a.m., a man called to say he was locked in his bedroom after his boyfriend assaulted him. A man was arrested on suspicion of battery.
7:07 a.m. – A woman from the 16000 block of Dry Creek Lane reported her goats and sheep had been mauled last night by mountain lions.
10:55 a.m. – A caller from Commercial Street reported two transients with their pants down.
– Liz Kellar
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