August 17 – An officer was dispatched to Benton Street in reference to a verbal domestic incident. There was no physical altercation and the subjects were talked to and asked to calm down.
Dispute with neighbor
August 18 – A complainant on Miller Circle stated her neighbor has been making verbal gestures toward her.
August 17 – An officer was dispatched to Miller Circle in reference to disorderly subjects. Upon the officer’s arrival, several subjects were found playing basketball; no disorderly subjects were found.
August 18 – When an officer arrived at an Ash Branch Road resident, he found that the incident had occurred in Evans County.
August 18 – A vehicle was stopped on Hwy. 280 at the telephone company for an expired tag. According to the report, the driver had the sticker in the glove box.
August 19 – An officer assisted the EMS with a complainant who had fallen out of her wheel chair outside of the residence.
Theft by taking
August 22 – A complainant on Mock Lane stated an unknown person(s) stole her jewelry from her bedroom.
August 21 – A subject wanted to let the police know to keep a lookout for people using a business dumpster.
August 23 – A complainant on W.E. Smith Road stated she has a video of the neighbor’s cats in her yard and climbing on her bird cages.
August 23 – A complainant on DuBois stated that a subject hit her and then threw a cement object at her car. However, she stated that she did not want to press charges.
August 23 – An officer reported to the vicinity of Ledford, near the Post Office in reference to a reporting of shots fired. The reporting officer did not hear any shots.
August 23 – An officer checked the area of Warnell and Ann St. when a report of a suspicious person was made. The officer was unable to locate the subject.
August 23 – A complainant at Liberty Auction stated that a subject took some items without paying.
August 25 – A complainant on West DuBois stated that someone enters her apartment while she is gone and leaves shoes and book bags.
August 26 – Subjects at a W.E. Smith residence were reported playing their music too loud. The music was turned down before the reporting officer arrived.
August 25 – A complainant at Miller Village asked an officer to ask her neighbors’ children to be quiet and stay out of her yard.
(No Date) – A complainant at McFadden and Poplar stated there was no problem and no physical confrontation and it was a mistake to call the police.
Subject riding four wheeler
August 26 – Three subjects tried to elude the police and wrecked their 4-wheeler. The subjects fled on foot.
From reports on file at the Pembroke Police Department.