Police & Sheriff Calls Feb. 3
By Joe Bachman
The 911 Pizza Call: At 11:42 p.m. a call was made to dispatch from a resident living on the 1900 block of 1st St. North regarding threats he received earlier. Dispatch informed the resident to head to the police station to file a complaint, but the complainant told dispatch that he hadn’t eaten all day and that he needed to eat pizza first. He would later talk about sliding into a ditch, and when dispatch asked the resident if he was driving, he clarified that he did not have a car, and that he was currently on his bike. Dispatch told the resident that if pizza was more important than threats made on his life, that he should call back, and to not call 911. The incident has been closed.
I’m so sorry: At 11:02 a.m. a call was placed to dispatch from the 1300 block of E. Grand Ave. from a concerned resident regarding her ex-boyfriend. The ex told her that he was “sorry for the things he was going to do”. Extra patrol was sent out in the area and the incident has been closed.
Hit and Run: At 3:01 p.m. a hit and run was reported by the 300 block of 5th Ave. North. While there was damage to the complainant’s car, there was no injuries for the accident. A report was made the incident has been closed.
Haunted by Siding: At 3:38 p.m. a call was made from the 1000 block of Township Ave. from a frightened resident. She was home alone and reported hearing strange noises. Officers found that the siding on her house was crashing and that everything was okay. This incident is closed.
Danger to Self: At 6:22 p.m. a call was made by a concerned resident from the 1600 block of 1st St. North regarding a roommate who is trying to harm herself. She was trying to do so with a knife, but the knife was taken away by officers. A safety plan was put in place and the incident has been closed.
Possible Drug Deals: At 6:59 p.m. a call was made to dispatch from a resident living on the 1400 block of 21st Ave. South. The resident told dispatch that there were two crack deals set to take place from now and through the next few hours. Officers found no suspicious activity in the area and the incident is closed.