The fire alarm at the livestock building at the county fairgrounds went off at 10:20 p.m. Wednesday and again 19 minutes later, with the calls relayed to the fire department. They turned out to be false alarms.
Officers were called to the county engineer's office along with an ambulance in regard to an man in a truck possibly having a heart attack at 8:20 a.m. Thursday.
An official with the Community Action Agency reported at 9:49 a.m. Thursday receiving a call from a man who said he was on his way to the CAA with a complaint. The man said he knew not to make any threats over the phone since he has twice been convicted of unspecified crimes. Police kept a watch on the CAA but the person did not show up.
A clerk at Smith Oil reported someone in a brown Astro van drove off without paying for $31 in gas at 3:53 p.m. Thursday.
The police department received a call from an East Washington Street resident who said she was having a panic attack at 9:43 p.m. and needed an ambulance.
An ambulance crew called at 5 a.m. Friday to say they were at Greentree Place, where they found a female on the ground who was initially unresponsive but was now being combative.