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Police Blotter: Oct. 4, 2010

Friday, 92 calls for service

7:35 a.m. – A caller reported someone smashed a car window on the 1000 block of Segsworth Way overnight.

8:37 a.m. – A woman called from Brighton Street to report that while walking her children to school, a white dog with black spots charged them.



10:43 a.m. – A caller reported the World War I Memorial at Memorial Park sustained heavy damage from vandals.

12:49 p.m. – A man called from the 100 block of Woodcrest Way to report raccoons and cats overran his mother’s yard.




5:01 p.m. – A man called to report an injured deer in the roadway at the intersection of East Main and Hughes streets.

8:36 p.m. – Officers cited a 20-year old man for soliciting after he asked homeowners on Henderson Street to contribute to his school trip to England.

11:44 p.m. – A caller from the 100 block of Joerscke claimed to see a robbery take place at a business.

Saturday, 66 calls for service

7:42 a.m. – A woman called from the 100 block of Neal Street to report three men driving an older white sedan were harassing her while she walked her dog.

10:18 a.m. – A caller from the 600 block of Brighton reported his car’s rear window was broken out overnight.

2:58 p.m. – A man called from Condon Park to report a group of juveniles threatened to kill him because they believed he stole a skateboard.

3:09 p.m. – A caller from Condon Park reported a man, passed out with alcohol bottles laying around him, was robbed by a group of juveniles.

7:10 p.m. – Callers reported drug activity on Murphy Street, as well as several people loitering in the area.

9:46 p.m. – A man was spotted stumbling in the roadway on Empire Street, possibly drunk.

Friday

11:15 a.m. – A man called from the 11000 block of Nugget Lane to report his medical marijuana was stolen, as well as a tackle box.

5:03 p.m. – Callers reported a stop sign was stolen at the intersection of Rough and Ready Highway and Ridge Road.

6:33 p.m. – A woman called from Fairview Drive to report her boyfriend threw a beer on her and her vehicle when she came to his house to pick up her belongings.

7:38 p.m. – A man called from Penn Oak Lane to report hearing several gun shots over the last hour.

10:10 p.m. – A woman called from the 12000 block of Rattlesnake Road to report she’d heard a woman screaming in the area.

11:04 p.m. – A man called from the 16000 block of Lower Colfax Road after his juvenile son came home drunk from a party where minors were being served. The party was located somewhere in the area of Meyers Road and Highway 174.

Saturday

12:04 p.m. – A man found a 4-year old boy walking down Spenceville Road and stopped to talk to the child. When he asked the child where he was going, the boy replied that he was mad at his mother for going to pick up his grandmother from the hospital without him, so he was walking to the hospital to meet them. The man put the boy in his car and dropped him off at a fire station where his mother picked him up.

1:33 p.m. – A man called from the 14000 block of Rough and Ready Highway claiming his postal delivery worker tried to start a fight with him.

3:32 p.m. – A woman called from the 1000 block of Boulder Street to report a man, who possibly had been drinking, was passed out in front of his mailbox.

4:26 p.m. – Firefighters responded to the 10000 block of Combie Road after a man reported seeing a female passed out in a car with a syringe next to her.

9:58 p.m. – A woman called from the 12000 block of La Barr Meadows Road to report seeing a man with a bike hiding in the bushes near her house.

Sunday

12:36 a.m. – A man called from the intersection of Squirrel Creek Road and Adam Avenue to report a group of dogs have trapped him in a tree and were acting very aggressively.

Friday

8:20 a.m. – A resident called from the 400 block of Searls Avenue after noticing a man throw a rock at a woman before hitting her with a t-shirt.


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