Police Report -- May 31, 2001

Published on Thu, May 31, 2001
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May 29: Residents in the 400 block of F Street complained a female pounded on their door at 1:15 a.m. scaring the cat who knocked over a $35 cake plate which was on display. The plate was smashed. The residents requested that the female be prosecuted.
May 28: Officers responded to the 1100 block of Mitchell Street regarding a possible suicide attempt involving a 16-year-old female. Officers stood by until an ambulance arrived.
May 28: Officers responded to a call in the 5300 block of Clover Court and discovered that a 75-year-old resident had died from a heart attack. Two doctors were present. Officers completed their investigation and the coroner treated the death as natural.
May 27: A man who had become lost requested help finding home. An officer located his home, and the man was given a ride there.
May 27: Officers received a call of two people being disorderly in a business in the 200 block of D Street. The two intoxicated males were contacted as they left the business and were about to drive away. The subjects were convinced to walk home.
May 26: A person called to report an assault in progress in the 600 block of C Street. Officers arrested a juvenile suspect for attempting to choke his mother. The juvenile was placed into juvenile detention.
May 26: A report of someone trying to steal money from a donation box in the 500 block of Peace Portal Drive. The owner of the box wanted to take the box. The business will forward the money to the charity. The empty box was given to the owner.
May 25: An officer responded to an aid call in the 1700 block of H Street where a woman was found unconscious. She had just donated blood and had low blood pressure. Medics attended to the woman.
May 25: Officers responded to an aid call in the 800 block of Alder Street. Officers arrived and assisted the fire department. Medic personnel were unable to revive the person. Officers stood by with the family until friends arrived.
May 24: A resident complained that children are trespassing on his posted property at 10th and D streets, and others are dumping household trash. Officers will provide extra patrol to the area and contact the individual who is suspected of dumping trash.
May 24: An officer found a teenage male and teenage female walking on a city street at 1:24 a.m. The pair admitted that their families did not know where they were. The officer took the pair into protective custody and released them to parents.
May 24: An officer responded to the 800 block of 4th Street regarding a dog at large dragging its leash. The dog was located, apprehended, and released to animal control. The owner is unknown.
May 24: An individual was arrested in the 700 block of Harrison Street for possession of stolen property.
May 23: An officers was dispatched to a business in the 200 bloc k of D Street in reference to a person who thought there was someone out to get him. Officers arrived and found that the reporting person was intoxicated. A report was taken for informational purposes.
May 23: An officer was advised of speeding vehicles on Bayview Avenue. The complainant would like extra patrol in the area. Officers will patrol the area and set up radar.
May 23: A motorist reported cars passing tractor trailers on the shoulder of state route 543. Officers provided high profile traffic patrol and the problem desisted.
May 23: An officer was advised of a possible harassment situation that occurred in the 700 block of Boblett Street between two juveniles. The school was notified of a potential ongoing problem.
May 22: Officers responded to a 911 hang up call with yelling in the background in the 1600 block of Runge Avenue. Officers located a verbal domestic dispute in progress. No assault. A female left to cool off.
May 22: A complaint was received regarding a possible assault involving a seven year old boy which had taken place at the primary school the day before. A report was taken and is under investigation.
May 22: A complaint was received concerning the theft of funds from a non-profit organization by its treasurer. The complaint is under investigation.
May 22: An anonymous caller advised of illegal dumping of cement in the 200 block of 6th Street. An officer located a cement truck being cleaned out into a vegetation area just west of the intersection at 6th and B. Charges pending.
May 21: Two Blaine residents got into an argument over money and one assaulted the other. A Blaine officer investigated the incident and cited the defendant into Blaine Municipal Court.
May 21: A city employee discovered that someone had spray painted graffiti on the pump house building and smashed a light in Lincoln Park. The repairs are estimated at $1,000. An investigation is in progress.
May 21: A resident in the 400 block of F Street phoned police to report her neighbor dumping lawn clippings and trash in her yard. Officers are attempting to contact the neighbor to help resolve the issue.

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