A woman reported that a developmentally disabled man had his shorts down around his knees, exposing himself at a McKinnon Avenue bus stop in front of her 2-year-old and 5-year-old granddaughters. Officers spoke to the man's mother, advising her if it happens again, they will have no choice but to charge him with indecent exposure and telling her he must stay inside until the bus arrives or she must stay with him.
Officer responded to St. Clair Avenue outside Scotty's Bar for a woman beaten up by a man and found Jaquelyn Kaminsky lying on the ground being tended to by city firefighters. She was crying and bleeding from the hand, unable to hear with one ear, but Kaminsky refused to give officers any information about what occurred, according to reports. When asked why a specific man had done this to her, however, she said because he was drunk. She was transported to the emergency room and advised to contact the law director if she decided to file charges.
Mohammad Khan, Crawford's Market, reported the windshield smashed and two tires punctured on a vehicle.
Jody Kireta, Chester Avenue, reported a television taken from her home. A neighbor told police a man was seen leaving her home carrying an object covered with a blanket. The man's name was provided to officers.
Ashley D. Lockhart, McKee Street, reported a man who had had a relationship with her mother had been harassing her mother. When Lockhart told him her mother's whereabouts are not his concern, the man threatened to blow up Lockhart's house and to harm her.
Alexis P. Mitchell, 37, Michigan Street, reported Jeff Billingsley took her food stamp card and ID and won't return it. Billingsley told officers he took the items because Mitchell allows other people to use the food stamp card and doesn't buy food for her children. He was advised to return the card, and he did.
Alleigh N. Wymer, 21, St. Clair Avenue, reported she has an active protection order against her ex-boyfriend and a friend who is staying at her home witnessed him banging on Wymer's door.
Celeste Wakefield, Ogden Street, reported a tire slashed and flattened.
Roger W. Stacey, Lisbon Street, reported two windows broken on his business, Transexpress Transmission Shop.
Steven C. Schneider, Market Street, reported a former room mate took an unknown number of checks and tried to cash them. The matter was turned over for investigation by the detectives' bureau.
Randy Savors reported a neighbor to his car lot reported seeing a man tampering with a vehicle on the lot and Savors found a truck with the steering column and mechanism busted.
After her apartment on Wilbert Avenue was entered, Barbara Homan reported four cases of baby food, baby formula, her 5-month-old baby's clothing and change she had been saving were taken.