A traffic flagger for a construction company reported a motorist in a blue Dakota pickup flew through a construction zone on Pritchard Avenue on Wednesday. The caller said the motorist disobeyed directions and was nasty to the flagger.
A security alarm went off at the county municipal court building at 4:21 a.m. Thursday. The person contacted said they would turn off the alarm.
Andrew Moore reported he moved out of an apartment on West Washington Street two months ago, and the landlord let him store some items in the garage. He said he discovered on Thursday a computer tower, desk and refrigerator were missing from the garage.
Aaron Brandonisio reported Thursday he left his debit card in the ATM at Huntington National Bank and a man in a gray van who went to the ATM after him withdrew $100 from his account using the card.
A sheriff's deputy asked for help at 8:39 p.m. Thursday in looking for a man involved in a domestic dispute believed to be walking on state Route 45 near the McDonald's restaurant. The sheriff's called back five minutes later to say the man had returned home.
A loud music complaint was received on Jerome Street at 11 p.m. Thursday. Police arrived and spoke with Jeff Falk, who was told to keep the music down or he would cited.
A caller reported at 11 p.m. Thursday a woman she know is homeless with two children, 5 and 11, and they are sleeping in the downtown laundromat. Police arrived at the laundromat and spoke with the woman, who was doing laundry and said she had made arrangements to stay with her mother.
Bob White, North Jefferson Street, reported someone keeps walking past his window at 1:52 a.m. Friday and it was making him uneasy. Police checked the area but did not find anyone lurking about.
A citizen flagged down a police officer at 11:54 p.m. Thursday to report seeing a lop-eared rabbit hopping back and forth across the intersection of Market and Spruce streets, and the citizen was afraid this would result in an accident. Police arrived and captured the rabbit, which they transported to a residence on North Beaver Street that has rabbits.
A false fire alarm was activated at Days Inn at 3:16 p.m. Thursday.