Ciera Trybend and Katherin Troyer were driving south on North Market Street at 3 p.m. Sunday when Trybend stopped, and her vehicle was struck in the rear by Troyer. Damage was minimal and neither party was injured.
The security alarm went off at the Dollar General store at 1:10 a.m. Monday. Police found the building secure but were unable to locate a key holder.
Steve Davis, South Lincoln Avenue, called at 12:35 p.m. Monday to say there was a parked vehicle blocking his driveway. Police determined the vehicle was owned by David Lee, Eagleton Road, but they were unable to contact him. Davis was advised the vehicle could be towed, which is what he wanted done.
Police responded to a possible drug overdose on West Lincoln Avenue at 10 p.m. Monday.
A caller reported there was a fight in the middle of North Beaver Street near Mary's Pizza at 1:32 a.m. Tuesday. Police arrived to find no one outside but they checked the nearby apartments. Also, Jordan Stoakes was brought to the police department for a written statement.
Sara Tunnant, North Beaver Street apartments, called at 2:49 a.m. Tuesday to report David Stokes called her about someone at her apartment possibly having his iPod. Tunnat said after she assured Stokes his iPod was not there, he threatened to come there and shoot everyone if he did not get it back. Police patrolled the area for his vehicle but did not come across it.
Jasee Brown, East Lincoln Way, reported at 3:55 a.m. Tuesday just being assaulted by Chad Brewer. Brown, who is 8-1/2-months pregnant, had a mark by her left eye, bruises on her arms and a handprint on her stomach. She was taken by ambulance to the hospital to be examined.
Christopher Walters reported Tuesday leaving his wallet on the counter at Smith Oil, and it was gone by the time he went back. The clerk reported never seeing the wallet.
Andy Mahon reported at 11 a.m. Tuesday his daughter, Misty, lives on Harrison Street and there was a domestic going on between her and Joe Chatwood.