Called to Hollywood Avenue by Nicole Fecuich for a possible domestic dispute, officers were told by Fecuich that her boyfriend, James Neville, was in an argument with his son for disposing of his father's beer. The son, James Neville Jr., told officers he was tired of his father drinking that evening and had stomped on his remaining beer, causing his father to become upset. Officers determined no physical violence took place, just a verbal argument.
Robert G. Weyand, Clark Street, reported his nephew and a friend came to his house and broke his front door, also breaking up a plastic lawn chair and a radio. Weyand told police he didn't want the men in his house because he is on house arrest and just wanted a report completed. The officer reported Weyand was drinking a beer and appeared intoxicated while issuing his report. One of the men Weyand said had been there told officers he was never at Weyand's house and that Weyand was mad because they wouldn't come and drink with him.
An officer responded to the home of Gregory Dray, Elson Street, for a report of a truck parked on the roadway, which has caused problems for the road crew on several occasions while trying to maintain the street. When no one came to the door for the officer, he called for a tow truck, at which point Dray came out to complain. The officer advised Dray to produce his driver's license so a citation could be issued, but he reportedly refused. The truck was towed and Dray was advised it will be impounded until he is issued his citation.
James Cianni, 4th Avenue, reported receiving calls from someone threatening to kill him and harm his family who also threatened to blow up his home.
Deanna Danver, Ruth Street, reported her 17-year-old niece has been receiving threatening text messages from a person she knows, calling her vulgar names. Officers spoke to the other person, who said she was trying to contact Danver's son to recover some of her personal property from the Danver residence. She agreed to stop calling.
Shadi Murra, owner of the King's store on Lisbon Street, reported a former employee owes a considerable amount to the store after running up a tab. He said she still owes $1,400 but had resigned and he wants theft charges filed.