Police responded to a report of people dressed in a chicken costume and a wolf costume on East Lincoln Way and disrupting traffic at 9:33 a.m. Friday. Police spoke with Randy Vanvorhis and Amanda Wilson and learned there was an arrest warrant for Vanvorhis, who was turned over to county sheriff's deputies. As for Wilson, she was advised not to disturb traffic any more. The report did not say why they were dressed up.
Shawn Cusick, East Chestnut Street, asked Saturday for an extra watch on his home because someone he knows has been threatening to vandalize his property.
Vanessa Porter reported Saturday she wanted Scott Powell to quit trying to call her and her mother. Police contacted Powell, who agreed to quit calling.
An officer came across someone driving in a reckless manner on North Market Street at 11:46 p.m. Sunday and initiated a traffic stop. The unidentified female driver stated she had come from Columbus and was heading to her parents' home but had grown tired. The driver, who was not drunk, was told the Circle K had coffee if she needed it.
Gloria Woodburn, East Pine Street Extension, reported at 9:10 a.m. Monday being involved in a number of disputes with her neighbor, Debbie Kidder, including a dispute over the property line. Woodburn was advised this was a civil matter and to call back when an alleged criminal act occurs.