11:07 a.m. Wednesday | 1336 Railroad St. | Citizen assist
Easy call of the week
A business was making a shadow box for a retiring peace officer and they needed to adjust a pair of handcuffs that was to be included. They asked that an officer respond with a key to assist them.
10:38 a.m. Tuesday | 179 Niblick Road | Suspicious circumstances
‘Tis the season to be grossed out
A man was lying on a bench in front of the UPS store with no shirt on and was rubbing his chest. It was making customers uncomfortable. Officers sent the man on his way.
8:14 p.m. Tuesday | 1800 block of Park St. | Found property
A resident found a meth pipe wrapped in a box in her mailbox. She asked that an officer pick it up and destroy it.
9:13 p.m. Wednesday | 190 Niblick Road | Drunk driver
A woman parked in front of the Chevron station in a tan Toyota Corolla was seen swerving on the 101. Officers contacted the woman, who said she had spilled a soda and was trying to clean it up.
12:16 a.m. Thursday | 2745 Spring St. | Suspicious circumstances
A woman went into a room at the Budget Inn, stayed for about 45 minutes, and then collected money as she was leaving.
11:41 a.m. Thursday | 100 block of 16th Street | Suspicious circumstances
Devious Mother Nature
A resident said someone opened her gate and let her dogs out. She found the dogs, but wanted to report it because it has been a problem in the past. The resident said she thinks she knows who did it. She said the gate was locked, but it was forced open. An officer said it appeared the wind blew the gate open.
11:53 a.m. Thursday | 2100 block of Arciero Court | Citizen assist
A woman’s 2-year-old twins locked her out of her house, and she was becoming hysterical.
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