Debbie Wynn, no address listed, reported a man told her he caught two men and a woman taking a dresser out of her storage trailer and putting them into a truck.
After a local doctor reported a patient was threatening to shoot himself and his wife, an officer spoke to the man, who agreed to go to the emergency room for evaluation.
Susanne T. Weyand, Dewey Avenue, reported several converter cable boxes removed from her home.
Officers accompanied health department personnel to a Marcus Street home for a welfare check on the two tenants and there found the back door wide open. Inside, they reported finding a movie playing on the television, syringes and drug paraphernalia in the hallway and multiple syringes and drug paraphernalia in a bedroom.
Kelly Taylor, Curry Street, reported her children's bikes taken from the property.
Lisa Shreves, no address listed, was walking her dog on Thompson Avenue when a dog came from its house and tried to bite her. She told officers she had to kick the dog to get it to stop.
Marissa Shasteen and Donald Owens, Wilbert Avenue, reported Owens' cousin had been staying with them for awhile and an argument ensued, after which she stole items and fled to a residence in Newell, W.Va.
Danielle Pope, Parkway, reported she was in an argument with her boyfriend and he smacked her in the face and pushed her out of the vehicle.
Shanda Pipes, Florence Street, reported her ex-boyfriend came to her home and took items. She just wanted the incident documented.
Ashley Perrine, North Shadylane, reported her live-in boyfriend started an argument then threatened suicide.
Officers responded to Dresden Avenue for a report of a man in a wheelchair being harassed. They took Donald C. Nesselrode into custody on an outstanding warrant.
Julia M. Morrison, Erie Street, reported trash being dumped into her yard.
Mary Ann Kennedy, McKinnon Avenue, reported barbecue sauce thrown onto her house.
Linda Hall, Bradshaw Avenue, reported $50 taken from her vehicle.
Keith L. Goss reported a furnace, hot water tank, range and stove taken from rental property on Pennsylvania Avenue.
Pete Gibson, Pennsylvania Avenue, reported being assaulted by Robert Guesman, Elkton, when he tried to stop Guesman from assaulting a woman, saying Guesman cut him with a box cutting tool. Guesman told police he and Gibson argued over a history show on television and Gibson assaulted him, which is when he cut him.
Betty J. Bryarley, Harker Avenue, reported that a man she allowed to stay over had choked and punched her during an argument. She said he also punched holes in the wall and took $70 from her wallet.
Ronald Beachley, Pennsylvania Avenue, reported his vehicle entered and a GPS system taken.
Betty Adams, Jennings Avenue, reported a person she knows cut the valve stems on her tires.
Doug Dahl, East Third Street, reported his home and garage entered, with items taken from the garage.