2:20 a.m. - Police were called to the area of 14th and 15th streets for suspected drug activity. Officers located a person matching the description in the back seat of a vehicle, with a female in the front passenger seat. The male, identified as Thomas Akers, 339 Broadway, consented to a search, with negative results. The female, Angel Potts, 513 Commerce St., said her boyfriend, David Sisco, was inside Joe's Bar and Grill looking for someone. Sisco appeared, and officers asked for consent to search his vehicle. A hypodermic needle containing a clear liquid was found beneath the passenger seat. Akers and Potts were both questioned. Potts claimed the needle belonged to Akers and only had water in it, but eventually admitted it was hers and that she was a heroin addict. She was charged with possession of drug abuse instruments
4:57 a.m. - Gina Amato called the station requesting a ride to the Rich Oil station on Third Street after her vehicle ran out of gas on Maple Street at 17th Street. Officers told her that station employees wouldn't serve her due to her outstanding debt to the station. Police called TNT Towing to retrieve the car from the road where it had stalled. They arrived at the scene to find an unknown man attempting to push the car out of the way. Officers assisted him in moving the vehicle and called off the tow truck.
8:20 a.m. - Randy Crook, 1022 Commerce St., reported that the passenger-side tires of his 2012 Kia Soul had been cut while parked on Beech Alley, behind his residence.
12:34 p.m. - Randy Ross of 1016 Commerce St., reported that the tires on his 1992 Chrysler had been slashed between midnight and 7 a.m., while parked outside his residence.
5:00 p.m. - Police were dispatched to 1006 Commerce St., for a menacing incident. They spoke to resident Jamie Roberts, who stated that her neighbor Sherry Scarabino has been harassing her since Aug. 30, when Scarabino lost control of her vehicle and crashed into Roberts' fence, which led to a traffic citation for Scarabino. Roberts said the harassment has included knocking on her door late at night, yelling at her, driving around the blocking numerous times and taking photos of the Roberts home. Officers visited Scarabino, who claimed to have been taking pictures for her insurance company. Police advised her to cease or face a criminal trespassing charge.
1:27 a.m. - Responding to a 911 call from a neighbor, police arrived at 1731 Maple St., where Kristie Reed stated that Marcus Moxley had been waiting inside the residence for her. Reed said Moxley asked her for the title to a Jeep Grand Cherokee that he had purchased for her, in exchange for her Chevrolet Cavalier. Reed said he became angry and grabbed her by the throat, throwing her to the floor, before taking her keys and cell phone and running down 17th Street. Officers took photos of apparent injuries to Reed's face and neck.
3:00 a.m. - Officers were called to the area of 15th and Center streets for a fight. None was found upon arrival, though a large crowd was outside of Joe's Bar and Grill. As police attempted to disperse the crowd, a male identified as Juan Baez Jr., resisted and argued with officers. He eventually left, only to return minutes later, and was again instructed to leave. Officers remaining outside of Joe's saw Baez return 10 minutes later. He was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.