Lisbon Police reports for 5-27

A caller reported someone was choking at the Steel Trolley Diner at 3 p.m. Friday. Police arrived and found Earle Hersman had an obstruction in his airway but had managed to remove it, and he was now catching his breath. Hersman declined to go to the hospital, so the ambulance was canceled.

Police were called to the Applegrove apartments at 11:09 p.m. Friday, where Cindy Harvy and Rafel Coronadi reportedly heard what sounded like a gun going off. The officers checked the area and did not see anyone about or anything amiss.

A woman by the name of Lisa, who lives on West Washington Street, reported at 12:46 p.m. Friday she wanted a jacket removed from the attic. She said the jacket was not there last summer. The officer removed the offending jacket.

Resident manager David Wallenhurst reported at 11 p.m. Friday that Cary Barnes, a client at the Path House on Maple Street, had been drinking and also had a dog at the premises, both of which are in violation of the rules. Barnes, 45, also reportedly threatened to harm other residents. Barnes smelled of alcohol and had a Chihuahua that he said he just came in possession of that night. Barnes agreed to leave and took the dog with him.

Scott Rudder, West Washington Street, reported at 11:26 p.m. Saturday that Larry Callis’ Chihuahua was missing.

Cheryl Mills, East Lincoln Way, reported at 1 p.m. Friday a weather vane was stolen from her flower bed.