Shawn Haines, East Chestnut Street, called at 1:37 p.m. Wednesday wanting an officer to come to the house because he was having an argument with his girlfriend and her mother. The parties were advised to try to get along until they are able to move out. Haines called back the next morning to say he woke up to find his girlfriend's mother taking photographs and videos of him in his underwear. The mother said she was doing this to document what slobs they are, but the officer told her she should have waited until he was dressed.
Tracey Chestnut reported Wednesday a parent yelled at her daughter outside the high school, and the principal had to intervene. The person doing the yelling was the mother of Chestnut's daughter's classmate, and Chestnut wanted to know if she could file charges. She was told to call back if any threats are made.
A clerk at Smith Oil reported someone in a green Cavalier drove off without pay for $34 in gas at 7:45 p.m. Thursday.
The manager of the Shale Tavern & Grill called for an officer at 8 p.m. Thursday because they wanted police present when they confronted a female employee in her 20s about stealing from the restaurant since July. After first passing it off as a mistake, the employee admitted to stealing the money and was transported to the police department, where she gave a formal statement. She was released pending charges.
A man reported at 12:10 a.m. that another man was very intoxicated and had just left the Steel Trolley Diner and was getting into a white Ford Bronco.
Shirley Dopp, East Chestnut Street, reported at 11:16 p.m. Saturday her live-in son-in-law Shawn Haines pointed his finger in her face and told her to stay away from his kids.