Chief Charlie Burgess responded to Price Street for a report of a domestic dispute and was advised by Amy Cameron that Shane Quinn, 35, was intoxicated and threw a frying pan at her, just missing her. Both gave conflicting accounts of what occurred and both appeared to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs, according to reports. Quinn had broken his leg while intoxicated in recent weeks and was wearing a cast, and Burgess reported he was concerned he would harm Cameron or himself so he contacted Quinn's father. His father refused to allow Quinn to stay there, saying he needed help with his addiction and is not welcome "until he is clean," Burgess reported. Quinn was placed under arrest for disorderly conduct/intoxication.
Samantha Vuletic, Densmore Avenue, reported the gate to her back yard was damaged, with the screws ripped from the wooden fence, and her pool gate was opened. Nothing appeared to be missing.
Jamie Adams, Park Place, reported her vehicle damaged, with a small scuff mark and chip in the paint.
Officers were called to the Myler Park home of Scott Shaw by Amanda Croskey, who said her friend, Emily Shaw, the daughter of Scott, wanted to retrieve items from the home but her father would not let her. Emily Shaw told officers her father had said she was evicted, but she had no eviction notice, saying he had given her a verbal notice, slamming the door in her face just prior to officers' arrival. Officers spoke to Mr. Shaw, who said his daughter could get her belongings and those of her children and he had no problem with her living there.
Responding to a home alarm at a residence on Imperial Drive, officers found tire tracks coming from the garage to the driveway and into the road. They found a door ajar and went inside, checking the residence but finding no one inside. The door was secured.
Sue King called officers to her 7th Avenue home, reporting a man had been threatening her son, Wayne King. They arrived to find Mr. King running toward their cruiser, waving his hands and claiming two people he knows had threatened him and thrown gravel at his and his mother's vehicles. Officers spoke to the man and woman, who said King was using profanity toward them and threatened to throw a chunk of asphalt at them. All parties were given statements to complete, advised to stay away from each other and given the procedure for filing charges with the law director.
Officers were called to Maplewood Avenue for a possible domestic dispute where they spoke with Jason L. Ramsey, who said his girlfriend, Tonya Morris, became upset at Bricker's Cafeteria because it had run out of baked steak dinners, saying she had "flipped out" on him all the way home. Morris told officers she and her daughter were locked out of the residence by Ramsey and he had thrown their clothing around and screamed at them. She also accused Ramsey of picking her up and throwing her around, but officers noted she had no visible injuries. They were advised the procedure for filing charges and an officer stood by until Morris' mother came to pick up her and her daughter.