Police Blotter: Oct. 28, 2010 | TheUnion.com

Police Blotter: Oct. 28, 2010

Editor’s note: The Police Blotter consists of excerpts from dispatch reports by area law enforcement agencies. These reports are public record.

Tuesday – 65 calls for service

8:37 a.m. – A caller from the 200 block of North Church Street reported a physical fight between a man and a woman.

10:52 a.m. – A caller from Church Street reported finding a knife.

11:43 a.m. – A caller from a business in the 100 block of South Auburn Street reported a man who had stolen items the day before was back in the store.

4:15 p.m. – A caller from the 100 block of East Berryhill Drive reported a commercial burglary and the theft of an air-conditioning unit. A man was arrested on suspicion of burglary and receiving stolen property.

4:15 p.m. – A caller from the 500 block of Whiting Street reported hearing a loud bass for two hours.

5:32 p.m. – A caller from the 300 block of Pleasant Street reported a vehicle with amplified noise that sounded like things were blowing up. The noise was shaking homes.

10:06 p.m. – A caller from the 100 block of Dorsey Drive reported a woman had been yelling for 30 minutes.

10:07 p.m. – A caller from the 100 block of Neal Street reported the possible theft of a bottle of Captain Morgan rum.

11:38 p.m. – A caller from the 200 block of Mill Street reported the theft of wooden headstones from a front yard.

Tuesday – 82 calls for service

8:48 a.m. – A woman from the 16000 block of Banner Quaker Hill Road reported a credit card was used fraudulently.

9:25 a.m. – A caller from the 13000 block of Meadow View Drive reported a man had been in the neighborhood lately with a very large knife in his hand. He approached a woman last week and wanted to cut the ivy off her tree.

10:29 a.m. – A woman from the 15000 block of Auburn Road reported suspicious activity on her property last night.

12:25 p.m. – A man from the 19000 block of Donovan Road reported two large dogs were chasing his sheep.

2:09 p.m. – A caller from East Hacienda Drive and Magnolia Road reported two juveniles engaging in sexual activity in the back of a Jeep.

2:39 p.m. – A caller from Oak Tree and Tyler Foote Crossing roads reported a vehicle spinning doughnuts.

2:46 p.m. – A caller from Highway 49 reported a juvenile was threatening to kill employees with a knife, and assaulted several staff members today. The juvenile was arrested.

3:49 p.m. – A man from the 11000 block of Squirrel Creek Road reported he was being denied visitation with his son. The mother reported that he put his hands around her neck to stop her from leaving with the child.

4:49 p.m. – A caller from Paradise Lane reported two people have been squatting on a property in a camp trailer for more than a year.

6:02 p.m. – A woman from the 17000 block of Penn Valley Drive reported her ex-boyfriend pushed her to the ground and shattered her cell phone, then tried to break the windows of her vehicle.

8:19 p.m. – Five people were arrested in the 10000 block of Pine View Heights on a variety of charges, including being under the influence of a controlled substance.


12:39 a.m. – A man from the 16000 block of Vandevere Road reported his father threw a computer against the wall and threatened him with a gun. The report was unfounded.

12:41 a.m. – A caller from the 20000 block of Rector Road reported a person tried to break into a cabin and took off on foot.

2:33 a.m. – A man from the 12000 block of Valley View Road reported he saw someone through a skylight, walking on his roof. No on was located.

Tuesday – 16 calls for service

10:53 a.m. – A council member called from Clay Street and reported a red sports car driving at excessive speed almost hit him, and he was in pursuit.

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