Weekly Feature

2018-11-21 / Police Blotter

Kids swinging sticks raises alarm

Saturday, Nov. 10

Deputies responded to Roseville Lane for an assist person complaint. He had let a friend stay at his residence because of domestic issues and now the woman’s husband was allegedly threatening him. Both subjects were advised.

Sunday, Nov. 11

On Barton Road, neighbors reported that intoxicated people were outside and loud music was playing. The subjects were advised to go inside and to turn the music down.

Monday, Nov. 12

Deputies stopped a vehicle on Main Street for traffic violations. A 34-year-old man reportedly failed roadside sobriety tests and was charged with driving while intoxicated. He was also charged with operating without insurance and operating a vehicle with a suspended registration. A breath test allegedly showed a blood alcohol level of 0.12 percent. He was released on traffic tickets to a sober third party.

Tuesday, Nov. 13

A resident of Scottsdale Road reported that a vehicle had crashed into her mailbox and trash cans. The vehicle fled the area prior to the arrival of patrol.

A resident of Via Marina Drive reported that her two adult sons were fighting. One of the men left shortly before the arrival of patrol.

Wednesday, Nov. 14

A resident of Pine Cone Court called police about two children who were swinging sticks at one another. She was afraid that someone could get hurt. Patrol checked the area with negative results.

A vehicle crashed into a tree on Shimerville Road. The driver was transported to the hospital complaining of back pain.

Thursday, Nov. 15

• A man reported that a handgun was stolen when he was being treated on a first aid call. The man called back and reported that he had been mistaken and that he had located his pistol.

Friday, Nov. 16

A burglar alarm was reported at an address on Strickler Road. The building appeared to be secure.

A low-hanging wire was reported on Heise Road. It was a cable line, and it was removed from the roadway.

(Editor’s note: The Bee’s police blotter is a sampling of unusual calls received by the police department. It is not intended to be a complete record of all incidents reported.)

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