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May 11

Paso Robles, May 2-8, 2010

4:01 p.m. Sunday | 700 block Experimental Station Road | Traffic hazard

Manners must be obsolete

A red and white older Corvette with a yellow license plate was speeding up and down the street for 30 minutes. When the caller asked the subject to slow down due to his kids playing in the area, the driver purposefully drove up and down the street in front of the caller’s residence. Officers contacted the driver, who was sorry and would stop.

8:31 p.m. Monday | 609 Creston Road | Animal problem

PETA might consider that abuse

A passerby flagged down an officer to report possible animal abuse taking place in front of Goody’s Market. Officers contacted a subject, who was training a German Shepard how to sit.

9:27 p.m. Monday | 2173 Theatre Drive | Found property

Don’t keep illegal items in your vehicle once you stop making payments

A vehicle had just been repossessed, and the repossesser found drug paraphernalia inside. The (former)

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owner of the vehicle came to pick up personal items from the vehicle. Officers were on-hand to pick up marijuana for destruction.

9:28 p.m. Thursday | 3100 block Pine Street | Theft

“Borrow” means you have permission

A caller said their little sister’s bike had been stolen from the front yard approximately 10 minutes earlier. The bike was found; a friend had “borrowed” it.

1:51 p.m. Friday | 900 Park Street | Other

Find another one

A man came into the police department lobby, saying he had a parking issue at the Goodwill store. Subjects refused to let him into a parking space.

4:04 p.m. Friday | Paso Robles | Suspicious circumstances

May want to double check that number next time

A man said someone texted his daughter’s phone asking for drugs. The subject was calling the wrong number; officers were going to attempt to contact the caller.

6:13 p.m. Friday | Paso Robles | Peace disturbance

What a fiasco

A young girl called 911 and said her 11-year-old brother hit her mother in the eye with a stick. The grandfather was also at the residence, and could be heard in the background telling the boy to apologize. Officers checked on the family; it turns out the boy was swinging a broom at a cat and hit grandma.

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