Wednesday, May 31
11:16 a.m., person on station wanting to know how to get items back from residence on West Captina Highway. Female stated that she was involved in a domestic dispute at the residence and was taken to jail and was released recently. She was advised to contact the sheriff's office because the residence is outside the corporation limits.
2:01 p.m., Mt. Olivett Road caller requested an officer due to a man causing problems at a residence. The caller was told to contact the Sheriff's Office, but stated that the BPD had been to the residence last week. She later called back to say the man had left and officers were not needed.
5:51 p.m., Watt Avenue caller advised of a line down in front of his residence. Officer checked the line and it appeared to be attached to a pole and not a hazard.
8:10 p.m., male caller in reference to brush piled on his property at the end of Sycamore Street.
8:29 p.m., West Main Street caller advised that her elderly neighbor had been yelling out the window for the past three hours and no one was around. Officer was advised to call someone to check on the neighbor's mental status. That person was to contact the woman's daughter.
9:18 p.m., accident with property damage reported on Main Street.
10:15 p.m., West Walnut Street resident wanted to speak to an officer about an argument that ensued with another man after his mother refused to sign a deed.
Thursday, June 1
8:24 a.m., report of an unresponsive male in a silver pickup truck on West Main Street. Caller said the truck was in a lane of traffic and they were unable to get the man to wake up. The plates came back to a West Church Street resident and the man's license was suspended. He was transported to the hospital and reportedly admitted drug usage.
3:31 p.m., female on station stating that someone busted in her the rear windshield of her vehicle while on 22. She was advised to contact OSP.
3:59 p.m., traffic stop on East Main Street. Warning given for improper color on vehicle.
4:54 p.m., complaint of a man in an alley off South Chestnut Street sleeping on his scooter and possibly intoxicated. Officer requested squad transport him to hospital. Tow truck took man's scooter to his Wiley Avenue residence.