Thursday, April 29, 2010

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

A motorist, who was stopped on North Seventh Avenue just after midnight for driving erratically, was having vehicle problems.

An officer checking on an idling vehicle in a residential garage on South Black Avenue found the occupant was listening to the end of a radio show.

Members of several musical bands staying in a hotel on West Main Street were being loud and disruptive around 4:30 a.m. They quieted down after their promoter spoke with them.

An unrestrained dog damaged the bumper of vehicle parked on East Main Street trying to get at a gopher under the vehicle's hood.

A caller said neighbors behind them throw dog feces over the fence into their yard.

When a deputy checked on a business' open door around 1 a.m., he found a couple of employees who "had stayed late into the night to get some work done."

A caller said that a horse was trying to knock a gate over on Amsterdam Road and that, if it succeeded, there'd be a lot of horses on the road.

A man locked a 5-month-old baby in his car while it was running on Coulee Drive.

A person was cited for a trash violation after a neighbor reported that confetti was blowing all over the place.

A man, posing as a Bresnan employee, knocked on a Woodman Drive door around 9:30 p.m. where a woman was babysitting. The babysitter shut the door on the man who was wearing a sweatshirt. Bresnan said their employees wear uniforms and that they had no employees working in the area at that time.