Caller reported finding a drunken person sleeping
inside her car. The sot refused to leave the car until confronted by the
responding officer. The caller did not wish to pursue charges.
An intoxicated individual requested to see the
on-call physician at the clinic. Officers assisted in rousing the
on-call but the caller was unhappy with the clinic’s employee rotation
and requested to see to another care giver, whom was not on duty. When
advised that this was not an option, the caller no longer felt it
necessary to see a physician and went home.
Later, officers assisted the individual who again requested to
see the on-call physician. The caller apparently was okay with the
current employee rotation of the clinic and agreed to allow the on-call
to see him.
While assisting on another call, an officer heard a
yell for help coming from a residence. The officer was able to
determine the location of the disturbance and discovered that the person
did not need help but was loudly celebrating her birthday.
An on-duty officer observed a taxi driver stop at a
liquor store and purchase alcohol. [The driver], 67 yoa, was issued a
citation for Purchaing Alcohol while in a Permitted Vehicle.
Liquor Law Violation
Officer contacted two individuals outside of a
liquor establishment who were displaying signs of extreme drunkenness.
The officer advised the two they were too drunk to enter or remain on
any license premises. The two did not agree with the officer’s
assessment and argued their point to no avail. They eventually left with
a sober friend.
Officer responded to a report of an unruly taxi
passenger who had lost his wallet and was unable to pay. The passenger
was able to locate a good Samaritan who both paid his fare and provided
him a ride to his vessel.
Caller reported seeing someone lying in the front
of a truck for several hours. Officers determined the “person” lying in
the truck was actually a pile of clothes and a reflective vest.