Police Reports for January 22, 2014
12:23 A.M. Complainant locked his keys in his car on North Main Street.
10:35 A.M. Complainant advised someone took his dog from behind his residence on South Rich Street.
3:00 P.M. The complainant reported that she and her boyfriend had an argument in the 100 block of North Vine Street.
6:44 P.M. Complainant locked keys in the car in the 600 block of West Marion Road.
4:01 P.M. An officer cited and released a male subject for driving under suspension and loud exhaust in the 400 block of North Main Street.
4:37 P.M. The complainant reported that someone struck his van while he was inside a store on West High Street.
5:52 P.M. Complainant locked keys in the car on East High Street.
7:53 P.M. An officer cited and released a male for driving under suspension and no license plate light.
1:10 A.M. While on patrol, an officer located a disabled vehicle in front of North Main Street.
4:23 P.M. Complaintant locked the keys inside the vehicle at West Marion Road. Entry was gained with no damage.
12:14 A.M. Complainant reported her and her boyfriend had a verbal dispute in the Grant Street area. Male subject took the complaintant’s phone and smashed it. The male subject was arrested.
1:04 A.M. A deputy requested my K-9 partner for a vehicle sniff.
1:56 P.M. Cited and released a male subject for obstructed plate and illegal plates.
3:03 P.M. Certified staff reported a fuel drive off. Staff advised that it was likely an accident.
9:55 P.M. The complainant contacted the station requesting assistance at McDonald’s with an older male.
1:05 P.M. The complainant locked the keys inside her vehicle. Entry was gained without damage.
3:36 P.M. Certified staff reported a fuel drive off.
3:40 P.M. Complainant reported that a previous tenant has had her vehicle since Thanksgiving 2013 and has not returned it. Complainant advised that the tenant was in the process of purchasing the vehicle from her but was not given any money. Complainant advised she does not want to pursue any criminal charges but just wants her vehicle back.
5:30 P.M. The complainant requested a well being check on her mother.
7:23 P.M. While on patrol there was a disabled vehicle on the side of the roadway with hazard lights activated.
8:12 P.M. An officer was dispatched to an alarm drop at the 900 block of Meadow Drive.
Upon arrival the building was found to be secure.
8:45 A.M. Dispatch requested an officer respond to the 100 block of South Rich Street to see if a male subject was there. Officer contacted a female who advised that the male subject was not there.
5:44 P.M. An officer arrested a male subject on an active warrant out of Erie County.
6:25 P.M. Cited and released a male subject for failure to reinstate and no license plates.
11:08 P.M. While on a traffic stop in the 100 block of South Main Street officer noticed a male subject sitting in front of the closed business. An officer made contact with the subject and he advised that he was waiting on his friend to get off work.
8:20 A.M. Complainant reported she was missing a package that should have been delivered yesterday.
10:30 A.M. While on patrol a vehicle parked on the west side of the H.P.M. property along the perimeter fence. I drove back to the vehicle and contacted an individual sitting in the vehicle. The subject was identified as a Department of Natural Resources Employee.
11:35 A.M. Complainant locked the keys inside the vehicle. Entry was gained without damage.
4:07 P.M. Dispatch advised that a female called 911. Stated that she was going crazy, and then disconnected. Upon arrival the caller’s boyfriend advised that she ran to the hospital barefoot. An officer went to the hospital and made contact with the caller.
4:10 P.M. A male employee of Kroger reported that upon attempting to contact a suspected shoplifter, she got in her vehicle and struck his foot while attempting to leave.
6:29 P.M. While of patrol there was a white Pontiac sunfire parked in the dead of Douglas Street West of Westview Drive. Officer checked the vehicle and found it to be unoccupied.
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