Weekly Feature



2018-10-17 / Police Blotter

Profanity-painted bus causes concern

Saturday, Oct. 6

• A resident of Fairfield Road reported that an iPod was stolen from her vehicle sometime during the night.

Sunday, Oct. 7

A resident called from Cobblestone Drive and reported that a school bus with profanity painted on the side was speeding around the neighborhood and the occupants of the bus were screaming at people.

Monday, Oct. 8

A 25-year-old woman was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana at the Tillman Nature Reserve parking area on Wehrle Drive.

The manager of Clarence Eye Care called about a vehicle that has been in the parking lot for several days.

Tuesday, Oct. 9

A resident of East Avenue reported that someone had tried to break into his residence. The caller had recently asked a friend who had been staying at the residence to leave because he was suspected of stealing medication.

Wednesday, Oct. 10

An elderly woman called from Rockland Avenue to report that the machine that dispenses her medication had stopped working. The machine was found to be unplugged.

A resident of Budd Avenue received a call from a scammer who claimed to have her grandson in custody because of an accident. The caller claimed that the grandson needed bail money.

Thursday, Oct. 11

A caller from Ransom Road reported that he had received a couple of packages that he did not order. The packages were for a neighbor.

A caller reported that someone had broken into a vending machine that she owns at Eastern Hills Mall. Someone had broken the lock and had taken approximately $50 in cash.

Friday, Oct. 12

Deputies were called to a disturbance on Main Street. A neighbor called about a man and a woman who were shouting at one another. An incident report was completed.

Deputies responded to a custody dispute on Sheridan Drive. A male youth did not want to go to his father’s house for visitation.

(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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