* Officers received a complaint of a marijuana plant growing in a window at 121 West Fifth Street and found there was a plant in plain view. The occupant, Darrin M. Randolph, 28, reportedly told officers he had a marijuana seed, so figured he'd plant it to see if it would grow. He was charged with possession of marijuana.
* Responding to a report of a man threatening to jump from his 10th story apartment window on Moore Street, officers said he was despondent over losing his job and girlfriend. The man agreed to be transported by Lifeteam ambulance to the hospital.
* Christy A. Harpold, 33, told police she and a man were involved in an argument in a room at the Vista Motel and she was beaten up. She said the man left before officers arrived because he had an outstanding warrant but then returned to retrieve a large amount of crack cocaine he had in the room. Officers could not locate him.
* David Morrison, Lisbon Street, reported his vehicle keyed while parked on the street.
* Ruth S. Coles, 52, Gaddes Street, reported sugar poured into her vehicle's gas tank while it was parked at a friend's on Azalea Street. She thinks she knows who did it, according to police.
* Officers responded to Gilkinson's Short Stop, Avondale Street after employees reported finding a small child near their Dumpster. The boy, who turned out to be 3 years old, was able to point officers to his home on Riverview Street. After repeatedly knocking on the door with no response, officers found it was open so went inside and called out several times before the boy's mother came from a bedroom. She told officers the child had been up all night and she had just fallen asleep and that she had had trouble with him getting out of the house. When an officer made suggestions on how to secure the home to keep her child in, she reportedly told him she did not need a lecture. A report will be filed with Children's Services.
* A complaint of someone smoking marijuana near a small child on Etruria Street was investigated, with no contact made with the smoker.
* Amy Barr, St. Clair Avenue, reported her daughter came home in the afternoon and found the front door had been kicked in. Officers searched the house but found no one. Later that night, Barr reported it also appeared someone had tried to enter through a window.
* Kayla Ice, Park Avenue, reported receiving threatening and harassing calls from a person she knows.
* A Lang street man reported his estranged wife is being verbally abusive and biased toward one of their children.
* Lorelie Keeder, Lincoln Avenue, reported her home entered and a wallet containing $150 and a camera taken. There were no signs of forced entry.
* Kelsey Kendle, 19, and Justin Kendle, 20, Lisbon Street, reported their father's ex-girlfriend has been challenging them to fight and had blocked the front of their residence by pulling her car into one lane while standing in the other. They wanted a report on file to document her actions.
* Officials at Carnegie Public Library reported a couple in their mid-20s was found having sexual relations in a downstairs restroom of the facility. The next morning, a maintenance man found a syringe stuck in the toilet water tank.
* Tim L. Webber, Lisbon Street, reported his daughter left her car at his niece's until she could get it to a repair shop, but his niece's boyfriend called, saying he had repaired it and wanted paid. Webber found the vehicle still not operable and had it towed to another location, where he found items missing and the fuel line cut.
* Ryan McCulley, 31, no address listed, was treated at the emergency room for facial and head injuries he said occurred after he picked up two strippers and took them to their home near the high school. There, two men one he knew hit him numerous times, removed his diamond earrings and took $300 from his wallet. He was advised how to file charges with the law director.
* Amy Scafide, West Fifth Street, reported a man she knows broke into her home and took items, broke into her mother's home, stripped Scafide's car and broke a garage door lock.