Tuesday, Oct. 22

11:14 a.m.— An older couple that no one in the neighborhood seems to know has been knocking on people’s doors around Northeast Sixth Street.

4:07 p.m.— A woman reported that someone on East Main Street tried to hit her son with a car.

5:40 p.m.— A man reported that a woman tied a Mastiff dog to his flagpole in the front yard.

Wednesday, Oct. 23

3:39 p.m.— A man called to report that there are two dogs in his neighborhood who continue to bark, and may be the subject of animal cruelty near Southeast Fifth Street.

4:18 p.m.— A woman was pushed by her husband while trying to kick him out of the house during a domestic disturbance on East Pine Avenue.

6:52 p.m.— On South Highway 395, a man called the police to ask for a dust pan because he was going to break his own window.

9:08 p.m.— A burglary occurred on East Gladys Avenue.

10:23 p.m.— A domestic disturbance occurred on West Sunland Avenue.

Saturday, Oct. 26

9:37 a.m.— A burglary occurred at West Ridgeway Avenue.

9:55 p.m.— An assault was reported on Southwest 11th Street.

Sunday, Oct. 27

2:18 a.m.— Police responded to a drunk driver on North First Street.

5:40 a.m.— A domestic disturbance occurred on West Sunland Avenue.

1:44 p.m.— A caller reported someone was threatening their life and following them.

6:29 p.m.— Someone reported there was a truck with no lights, pulling a car with a rope.

Monday, Oct. 28

11:51 a.m. — Someone reported a possible drug house.

4:03 p.m. — Someone reported they were being harassed on West Ridgeway Avenue.

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