Caller reported a man with a bat screaming at her
neighbor. Investigation revealed the person with the bat was looking for
another person whom had just thrown a bottle through his window. The
suspect subsequently called and apologized and agreed to pay for the
window. None involved wished to pursue charges.
Officer came upon a vehicle stuck in a ditch. The
vehicle driver’s attempts to extricate the vehicle were in vain.
Arrangements were made for assistance in the ongoing efforts. The
vehicle was eventually freed from its bondage.
Caller wanted to pursue charges against her
boyfriend for getting fired before he could repay the money he owed her.
The caller was advised the matter was not criminal in nature.
Caller expressed frustration at the truthfulness
of a family member in regards to a current criminal case. The caller
further wanted the family member barred from attending a funeral. After
listening to the caller vent, it was explained that much of what the
caller requested could not be enforced by the officers.
Caller expressed her concern that several
individuals that are expected to attend a funeral are under conditions
of release to not have contact with each other.
Dipsomaniacal caller reported being assaulted. The
caller provided numerous accounts of an alleged assault. Each account
stretched the bounds of believability. None of the accounts were
supported by physical, testimonial, or empirical evidence.
Caller reported that an individual had been living
under the South Channel Bridge and that he heard the individual had
been seen with a rifle. Officers investigated and found little to
support that anyone was living under the bridge or that the mystery person was seen with a rifle.