Saturday, June 10

10:27 p.m., ER nurse reported that a woman had been assaulted. The woman did not want to file charges, and neither her nor the witness wanted to fill out a statement.

Sunday, June 11

10:58 a.m., caller found a wallet in a ditch.

2:04 p.m., dog bite reported on West Main Street. Female caller reported that her son was bitten by a dog that was on now at a Wiley Avenue residence. The boy was taken to the ER. Officer was to follow up on the call when the owners of the dog were home.

6:44 p.m., squad requested a unit for a patient they were transporting who became agitated after they gave him Narcan. Officer was enroute with patient and EMS to Bellaire Hospital.

Monday, June 12

1:43 p.m., attempt to serve warrant at Commons for Belmont and Monroe County. Male subject was transported to Belmont County jail.

6:31 p.m., vehicle lockout on East Main Street.

8:15 p.m., Ohio Street caller complained about kids riding a lawn mower in the road and revving the engine. Officer advised that he spoke to the kids the previous night and they had not been riding in the road since then. Officer said they were riding on their own property.

8:50 p.m., another complaint was received about noise on Ohio Street. A Warren Avenue caller reported the neighbors were being loud on their tractor. Officer spoke with owners and advised them that if he had to come back, they would be cited. The tractor was put in the garage.

10:02 p.m., report of six bikes missing from park pool. Officer found the bikes on Park Street and was enroute to South Gardner Street to speak with the kids who may have stolen the bikes.

Tuesday, June 13

1:39 p.m., report of farm equipment falling out of a truck and blocking the turning lane on East Main Street. The caller reported that the driver of the truck did not stop after the equipment fell off. Four other prior calls had been received. A person was on station reporting it, the BCSO reported receiving calls, and central dispatch advised of it as well. The street department was contacted to remove the equipment, but the driver of the truck hauling it had returned to the scene to get the machinery.

2:28 p.m., report of a domestic dispute at Hunts Avenue. Both individuals involved in the verbal only situation were given warnings and advised that if it persisted they would be cited for disorderly conduct.

4:49 p.m., male caller reported that his ex-wife walked into his North Chestnut Street home and took their daughter.

Wednesday, June 14

5:29 a.m., man on Fairmont Avenue was attempting to prevent his vehicle from being repossessed by hanging on the wheel well. Officer spoke with both parties, but it was a civil matter.

Thursday, June 15

12:25 a.m., South Lincoln Avenue caller reported a man sleeping on the bench on his front porch.

10:43 a.m., gas station employee reported that a male customer was intoxicated and got into his vehicle and drove away. Officer was advised to keep an eye out for the man that was possibly coming back to the gas station.