Officers responded to Kwik King Sunday for a report of three people trying to cash a bad check. One of the men, Jacob Terry, reportedly pointed his finger at the clerk in a shooting gesture. Terry had two outstanding warrants and was taken into custody. He and the other two men were advised not to return to the store or face criminal trespass charges.
Responding to a possible domestic dispute on Boring Lane Sunday officers reported seeing a woman holding an infant go inside the residence. The woman, Donna Aber, told officers she and her boyfriend had had a verbal argument and she wanted him to return money to her before she would return his car keys to him. Her boyfriend left prior to officers arrival, but they reported Aber showed no signs of injury and left with her mother.
Andrew Starkey, Densmore Avenue, reported his fence damaged, and an officer reported the gate hinges were twisted and forced off their poles. Nothing appeared to be missing.
Chris Collins, Lisbon Street, reported his estranged wife had come to his home and taken a vehicle that had no license plates. Since no legal paperwork existed in reference to a divorce, officers advised Collins this is a civil matter and he would have to seek legal advice. The officer checked the area but did not locate the vehicle.
Emily Everly, Myler Park Road, reported the doors to her residence had been screwed shut and door locks changed, and she told officers she believed her father had done this. She has a court order allowing her to stay at the house but has been staying with family members because she feels safer with them, according to reports. Everly wanted a report on file.
Officers were asked by Linda Fitch, 7th Avenue, to investigate noises coming from a vacant residence across from her home, but after checking all windows and doors, they found nothing amiss.
Julie McShane, Armstrong Lane, reported her vehicle door opened, although nothing was missing or disturbed in the vehicle. She asked for a report and extra checks of the area.
Michael Grafton, Lantern Court, reported being the victim of identity theft by a woman who had used his information a few months ago to withdraw $900 from his bank account. He learned recently she was again using his personal information in an attempt to obtain more money.
Heather Hines, Azalea Avenue, reported receiving threatening voice mails, emails and texts from a man she knows with whom she ended a relationship earlier in the year. She said the man is now calling her place of employment. She was advised to contact the law director about filing charges.
Larry Cogar, Densmore Avenue, reported he and his son had been arguing and he wanted him removed. Officers found his son, Wendell Beatty, speaking with Helen Moffett in an upstairs bedroom and determined there was an active protection order prohibiting them from having contact with each other. Beatty was charged with violating a protection order and taken into custody. His father declined to press additional charges, saying he felt his son was making idle threats.