Friday, September 28, 2007

Friday September 28, 2007

-One student set another's hair on fire at a school on West Babcock Street. The victim did not want to press charges.

Thursday, September 27, 2007

Thursday September 27, 2007

- A caller on West Babcock Street reported feeling ill after eating eggs cooked in oil.

- A Saint Bernard was tangled in a rope and needed rescuing and water on Pioneer Drive.

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Wednesday September 26, 2007

- A woman reported her ex-boyfriend was peeking in the windows of her house. Police later arrested a man, charging him with criminal trespass and being a “peeping person.”

- A veterinary technician was bitten by a poodle while trying to draw blood from it. The dog's rabies shots were current and no further action was taken.

- A Churchill man reported one of his long-horned bulls had wandered away. He asked anyone spotting a long-horned bull walking around Churchill to call him.

- A caller reported a “scruffy looking” man with long hair and a beard, wearing a rust-colored jacket and shiny pants, “walking funny” and doing “funny things” with his arms, walking along Butch Cassidy Drive.

Monday, September 24, 2007

Monday September 24, 2007

-Deputies checked on a man walking down Redtail Hawk Drive who had bloody knuckles. The man had been hitting a punching bag without boxing gloves.

Thursday, September 20, 2007

Thursday September 20, 2007

-Police responded to a report of a man passed out and slumped over the steering wheel of a vehicle parked on West Koch Street. The officer arrived to find the man conscious and alert. He had just been working on his Palm Pilot.

-A woman reported that she was worried about her son, who she said liked to bathe in the insecticide Raid and put it in his coffee.

-A deputy found a cow that had gotten outside its fence on Churchill Road. The owner wasn't home, so the deputy led the “cooperative cow” back across the fence and out of harm's way.

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Wednesday September 19, 2007

- A person wrote obscene language on a check that was written to pay a parking fine. The person was warned.

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Tuesday September 18, 2007

- A caller had a question about laws related to Dumpster diving.

- An elderly woman was driving too slowly for conditions along Jackrabbit Lane. A deputy escorted her home.

Friday, September 07, 2007

Friday September 7th, 2007

- People in a sport utility vehicle sprayed silly string on the drive-through window of a restaurant on West Main Street.

- Transients at the intersection of Highland Boulevard and Main Street were arguing about who owned the turf where they were asking for money. They were warned to leave the area.