Crystal L. Shreve, Ravine Street, reported she bought parts to have her car repaired by a man on Clark Street but he took items valued at $200 from her vehicle and said he was not returning them. Officers spoke to the man and he returned them.
Called to a Shadyside Avenue home for a resident having chest pains, officers found the man lying on the floor, incoherent but alert. An ambulance's estimated time of arrival was 10 minutes, so the officers took the man in a cruiser to the emergency room.
Tim Davis, Rhovanion Drive, reported several items taken from his home, including appliances, ceiling light fixtures, a sink and vanity, and electrical breakers from the main breaker box.
Officers were called to an Orchard Street residence for a possible overdose and were advised by the resident that her boyfriend had left on foot after possibly taking an entire bottle of prescription medication. He could not be found.
William Rogers, Lisbon Street, reported his mailbox run over and destroyed.
Officers were called to Burrows Avenue for an assault and found Kathryn Hoberek, Georgia Avenue, Chester, W.Va., who advised she was struck across the face with a clothes hanger by her boyfriend and that he had pushed her around, causing injuries a couple days before. She declined to file charges against the man. Officers spoke to him and he said she came to his house and threw things at his window so he threw a hanger at her and she bit him on the chest. Officers said the man, Zachary Gordon, did have a bite mark but they told him it was obvious she had been struck with a hanger, not had one thrown at her and advised him to get help for his problems.
Called to a Valley Avenue residence to remove William Weyand from the residence, officers reported Weyand said he was leaving and there would be no more problems for the night. The officer noticed Weyand was wearing the same clothing as a person he saw riding a dirt bike on Lee Street earlier in the evening who was pursued but got away. The officer transported Weyand to his brother's home and also cited him for no driver's license and no plates on the dirt bike instead of obstruction of justice for running from him.
Officers were called to the Dixonville fire department for complaints about a dirt bike and arrived to see two people on dirt bikes and one on a four-wheeler, sitting in the parking lot below the Thompson Park pool. The officer gave chase to one of the riders who came from the dead end section of Park Boulevard East but lost him in the Macrum Street area. One rider got off his bike and began pushing it on the roadway upon seeing the officer, and he was warned about the numerous complaints being received.