4:16 p.m. Sunday | 180 Niblick Road | Theft
Not lovin’ it
A resident said her 15-year-old son was at McDonald’s with two friends and he left his backpack inside. When he returned to retrieve it, it was gone. He thinks some other kids who were inside took it, but has no proof. The backpack had and $200 electronic game inside that belonged to a friend.
11:56 p.m. Sunday | 2304 Spring St. | Juvenile problem
Trouble outside the box
Ten juveniles in the drive-through at Jack in the Box were harassing employees and refusing to leave. Officers talked with several of the youth, advised them of the curfew and gave them 15 minutes to get home. The employees checked out OK.
7:11 a.m. Tuesday | 2121 Spring St. | Suspicious circumstances
Having a good time
A man who appeared to be 60 was
acting bizarrely in Scolaris. He was clucking like a chicken and dancing. He then went to the parking lot and tried to start a black pickup truck by hot-wiring it. He was gone by the time officers arrived.
9:47 a.m. Tuesday | 900 Park St. | Suspicious circumstances
What’s mine is not yours
A man came into the police department lobby to say his neighbor sold his trailer on Cragislist without his permission.
5:14 a.m. Thursday | 1919 Creston Road | Other
An elderly woman called 911 to inquire what time it was.
10:38 a.m. Thursday | 1700 block of Miller Court | Suspicious circumstances
Field of dreams
A resident said in the green belt between her house and Pat Butler School there were two kids putting together what looked to be a sled. They then disappeared into the overgrown weeds.
12:01 p.m. Friday | 24th Street | Peace Disturbance
Follows his own rules
A man in his 60s was smoking in the no-smoking patio area at Starbucks. The manager tried talking to the man, but he refused to
obey the sign not to smoke and refused to leave. Other customers were complaining.
9:02 p.m. Friday | 1200 block of Katherine Court | Juvenile problem
Please stop having fun
Several juveniles were seen toilet papering a number of houses in the neighborhood. The person who called police didn’t want contact from officers, but wanted the kids counseled.
1:51 p.m. Saturday | 1100 Pine St. | Other
Watch for signs
A woman rolled her ankle on one of the large signs that was set out in front of the movie theater advising the sidewalk was closed. The legs of the sign were sticking out 2 1/2 to 3 feet from the base and were the same color as the sidewalk. An officer set out safety cones at the base of the approximately 6-foot tall orange sign.
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