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Lisbon Police Reports for 12-23

December 23, 2012
The Review

April Frantz, North Market Street, reported receiving phone threats from her children's father, who lives in Florida but says he is on his way up to see the children. She said he has also threatened her current boyfriend.

Huntington Bank officials called Friday, requesting an officer at the bank for a dispute with a customer regarding closing an account.

An employee of Smith Oil reported Thursday someone in a white SUV drove off without paying for $49.11 in gasoline.

Responding to an alarm drop Friday morning at Morgan's Drug Store, officers found the building to be secure.

A West Lincoln Way resident reported his wife had had a medical procedure and fainted. Officers stood by until KLG ambulance arrived.

A caller reported seeing a flashlight inside the doctor's office on Maple Street and a mid-size vehicle leave. The building was found to be secure by officers, who found no one around.



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