Shella Allen, Independence Square, reported her daughter's ex-boyfriend knocked on her door and said to tell her daughter to leave his new girlfriend alone. An officer spoke with Codey Lawson, Independence Square, who said someone dumped pop on his girlfriend's car and he thought it was his ex-girlfriend. The officer advised Lawson he had no proof and to call police if such things happen so they can investigate instead of him.
Responding to a domestic violence call on Anderson Avenue Thursday, officers spoke with Amanda Bender, 23, who was sitting on the porch and who said she and her husband, Glenn Bender, 37, argued over him turning off the children's television and removing the cards. During the argument, Mrs. Bender bumped into the wall, knocking off some items, one of which broke, prompting her husband to run after her, choke her, pull her hair and drag her, she reported. She tried to kick her husband to get away and had some visible injuries, according to police. Mr. Bender said his wife went into his room and began breaking all of his daughter's things and he walked into the living room, where she came in and kicked him in the groin. He was charged with domestic violence.
Danielle Hoyt, Clark Avenue, reported having trouble with her son's girlfriend who is taking things of hers from the house. The officer tried to call the girlfriend to tell her to stay away from Hoyt's house but could not reach her.
Bobbie Jo McIntyre, Chester Avenue, reported someone put a hole in her swimming pool, possible someone she knows.