A Thomas Road resident reported at noon Monday his 13-year-old son is always taking off without telling him where he is going. The man called back later to say he located his son at a North Beaver Street home, and the officer met him there. The officer then advised the boy he needs to mind his parents or face the possible consequences.
Opal Andric, West Lincoln Way, reported at 7:37 p.m. Monday the father of her two children threatened to kill her and vandalize her van. She was told to contact Salem police since this occurred there when she was visiting her mother.
Debbie Kyser was at the Lepper Library on Feb. 8 doing her and her children's taxes on one of the library computers. When Kyser walked up to the front counter to collect her paperwork she learned her taxes had been mistakenly given to another woman who had also printed out some items. The library clerk said they knew the other woman and would contact her, but Kyser had not heard back from her as of Tuesday. Kyser is worried about all of the personal information on the tax forms, and she has already been to the bank to cancel her old account and start a new one.
An officer on patrol in the alley behind the Valley View convenience store at 9:55 p.m. Tuesday noticed the door open to a large storage shed. David Halverstadt was contacted and said he would check on the unit in the morning.
A caller reported loud music was coming from the Motorcycle Dream Shop at 3 a.m. Thursday. Police arrived and spoke with Mike Skidmore, who was told to keep the music down, which he said he would do.
The police and fire departments were called to the home of Erin Lake on Maple Street at noon Thursday because her son's arm was stuck in a chair. The child's arm was extricated by a police officer before firefighters arrived.