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Pembroke police called to check out screaming

POSTED: December 13, 2007 5:00 a.m.

Assist EMS

Nov. 15 – An officer assisted EMS with a female subject who fell outside City Hall and "appears to have broken her left arm."

Nov. 15 – An officer assisted EMS with an 85 year old female who was having shortness of breath.

Nov. 8 – An officer assisted EMS with a one-month-old infant who had stopped breathing.

Nov. 8 – A subject approached an officer and stated her mother needed an EMS, who the officer contacted.


Verbal Dispute

Nov. 15 – An officer responded to a Simmonsville apartment where a verbal dispute had taken place between a husband and wife over personal matters. The male subject left the residence willingly.


Suspicious people

Nov. 11 – A complainant stated some subjects were going around threatening people.


Entering auto

Oct. 30 – A complainant stated someone had entered his truck and took about $1600 worth of items.



Oct. 30 – Someone entered a residence on Taylor St. and reportedly a cell phone, .22 caliber rifle and some meat was taken.



Oct. 31 – A report was taken of a female being threatened by a male.


Someone screaming

Nov. 10 – A complainant on Miller Circle told the reporting officer she heard someone screaming. The officer checked the area, but found nothing to confirm the report.


- from PPD reports.


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