Police & Sheriff Calls for Sept. 27-28
Raccoon City: At 2:51 p.m. a report was made from the 100 block of 20th Ave. South regarding a raccoon that had been acting strange, and may have been sick.
Foul Language: A call was made late into the afternoon concerning a group of kids in the area loudly using profanities in the area of Cherry St.
Sleepy Driver: Dispatch was notified on multiple occasions of a driver on Washington Ave. that had been swerving all over the road, and hitting their brakes. When police made contact, the driver had allegedly just been tired.
Good Samaritan: At 7:03 p.m. a caller reported finding a credit card in the ATM of a credit union on Eighth St. South. The caller safety put the card into the night deposit box.
Half-Baked: At 12:38 a.m. a shoplifter was identified at a gas station on the 2500 block of W. Grand Ave. This individual allegedly stole candy, and was believed to be “high”.
No. of Accidents Reported: 1
Physical Threats: At 6:07 p.m. a call was made from the 500 block of Third St. South regarding a man pounding on the front door, threatening to “beat” him.
Lactose Intolerant: At 6:12 p.m. dispatch was notified of criminal damage to a vehicle on the 300 block of 19th Ave. South, which the caller believed someone put fermented milk in his gas tank.
Hangry or Drunk?: At 9:26 p.m. a call was made from a fast food restaurant on Eighth St. South who had been driving erratically in the drive-thru and continued to do so down the road.
No. of Accidents Reported: 2