Drunken caller asked officers to remove a drunken
friend from the caller's residence. By the time officers arrived, the
caller had forgotten what he wanted.
The drunken caller again asked officers to remove the
same drunken friend from the caller's residence, then called back to say
he no longer needed police assistance.
The drunken caller's drunken brother reported that
the drunken friend had assaulted his brother. An officer responded and
found one drunken brother on the floor; the drunken friend was nowhere
to be found. Neither brother was able to accurately describe what had
Officer stopped a man with a history of poor
driving after observing the driver drift across both the center and fog
lines through the S-curves. Officers found no indication that substance
abuse was the source of the driver's problem.
A drunk asked that officers mediate a dispute
about a bottle of alcohol, because the caller was not big enough to
fight his brother over the bottle.
Several vehicles crossed the end of the runway
while a plane was landing on the airstrip. An officer met with personnel
from the airport and the crew doing construction at the end of the
airstrip to discuss ways to improve traffic flow and safety during air
A woman who had previously been assaulted by her
sister-in-law reported that the woman had made obscene gestures at her
earlier this day. An officer advised that the action was not criminal.
An officer responded to a local restaurant, where a
waitress was allegedly being cursed by a cook. The officer determined
that the cook had been drinking and was upset because the waitress kept
returning food orders as being improperly prepared and had made obscene
gestures at her. No threats were made. A replacement cook came in to
take over duties in the kitchen.
Officers responded yet again to the residence of
two drunken brothers, who appeared to still be unable to just get along
with one another. An officer advised the drunks to phone police only when
they had a legitimate need for police assistance.