On Saturday, Clifford Heath, Minerva Street, reported being gone for the day and returning to find his ex-girlfriend, Amber Haney, had come by to pick up her belongings. He found medication and a DVD player missing. On Monday, Haney told police she had brought her child and a couple hundred dollars worth of meat to Heath's home that morning and "dumped her kid off for him to watch," according to reports. When she returned, Haney advised Heath they were going to stay awhile, but he told her to leave. Haney told officers that, since Heath allowed her child to stay there all morning, she was now a resident and he would need to serve her with an eviction notice. Officers told her that was not the case, causing Haney and her parents to become upset, according to reports. Her father reportedly said he would take matters into his own hands, and officers asked if that was a threat. He then asked, "Where's the beef? I want the beef. Tell Cliff I want the meat," officers reported, saying that Heath handed over the meat that Haney had brought and they stood by as the Haney family left, having been advised if they return, they could be arrested.
Ricky A. Rue, 21, Marcus Street, reported being assaulted by a man who was dropping his children off at another woman's house. She had no visible injuries and was advised how to file charges with the law director.
Kathy L. Heddleston, 54, Cleveland Avenue, reported she was at Tim Wamsley's home waiting for his roommate so they could go drinking. She got tired of waiting so returned to her own home, where her keys were missing from the usual hiding place. She looked into her kitchen and reportedly saw Wamsley inside, wearing what appeared to be blue gloves or oven mitts, according to reports. She beat on the door and was let in by Wamsley, who was told to leave. Wamsley told officers he went to Heddleston's house with her and she told him where the key was and to go get her a beer. While he was looking for the beer, Wamsley said, Heddleston came in and began yelling at him to get out. He was advised to stay away from her home.