Sept. 22 – An officer warned a subject that the volume was too loud on his stereo.
Sept. 23 – A clerk at Video Central filed a report that a customer was disrespectful and had been disorderly.
Sept. 26 – A complainant stated her husband’s father keeps calling and leaving nasty messages.
Sept. 23 – A complainant on Surrency Street asked the police to be on the lookout for a green and black Mountain bike that had been stolen.
Sept. 25 – Someone turned in a football helmet to the police.
Sept. 26 – Someone turned in a found prescription. It was turned in to Dr. Register’s office.
Sept. 30 – An officer assisted a county deputy with a possible intruder at a residence on George Edwards Rd. Upon arrival they discovered a glass door was broken. According to the report, it looked as if a bird had flown into the door and broke the glass.
Oct. 1 – An officer arrived at a scene on McFadden Place and found four dogs fighting over what appeared to be a cat that was in an animal trap. Animal Control was contacted.
Oct. 4 – A complainant stated that a subject has been prowling at night and knocking on windows, and wanting inside the residence. The complainant stated she does not want the subject in her residence.
Oct. 10 – A complainant stated that a subject has been harassing her for money. She stated that she did not want him around her. The reporting officer advised her to call if the offender returned.
Oct. 11 – A complainant stated her son was assaulted by a school mate.
From PPD reports.