Friday, May 14, 2010

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

A burglar alarm was triggered by a falling object at a restaurant on North Seventh Avenue around midnight.

A man wearing a purple coat "with Livingston stuff all over it" was reportedly trying to start a fight in a parking lot off West Babcock Street around 2 a.m.

Someone put potatoes in vehicle tailpipes while they were parked on North 10th Avenue.

A donkey on Frontage Road was wrangled and brought back to its farm around 2 p.m.

Police helped a business owner and an angry customer work out a compromise.

An officer gave a confused elderly woman a ride home after a caller said she was walking along South 19th Avenue but "looked like she didn't have any purpose" around 7 p.m.

Deputies were unable to find the source of bullets that were whizzing by a man as he walked behind his home on Cobb Hill Road around 8 a.m.

A farmer reported that someone put a dam at a fork of a creek diverting water to one side. This was not an isolated event and state officials were notified. The caller removed the dam.

A cow moose attracted a crowd near the pond in the River Rock subdivision around 10:30 a.m. A deputy moved the paparazzi away from the wild animal who eventually wandered off to a less densely populated area.

A mail carrier, who knew residents of a home were away, called after seeing a pickup truck backed up to the house as if someone was moving out.

Deputies removed 2,326 large nails scattered along Cobb Hill Road with the help of a passing citizen.