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• Suspicious situation, Fairwood Drive and Hunt Avenue. A caller saw a subject break out a window to a vehicle and yank off the door handle. Now the subject is sweeping the glass into the storm drain. It was found that the subject owns the vehicle. He was advised to call for a vehicle lockout next time and sweep glass into a bucket, not down the storm drain.

• Suspicious situation, 1200 block of Meadow Lane. A caller reported coming home and finding a package wrapped in plastic near her front door. She doesn’t see any labels on it and wanted an officer to check it out. She also has a very angry ex. The woman called back to say they figured out who the package was from and no assistance was needed.

• Theft, 100 block of East Cecil Street. A caller reported that a female followed them home from the bar, and she is now outside the residence screaming that the caller stole something from her and is causing a scene. The caller wanted her removed.

• Welfare check, 800 block of South Commercial Street. An older male was laying on the terrace and looks like he’s been biking. He is breathing. The caller just wanted him checked on. An officer found the subject was just resting and has no medical conditions.

• Noise complaint, 600 block of East Cecil Street. A caller wanted to report a subject drives by his house with extremely loud music playing. An officer spoke with the registered owner of the truck and the owner’s mother, who was made aware of the issue. She said she would handle it.

• Ordinance violation, 300 block of Ahnaip Street. Police received an anonymous complaint for possible violations. On arrival, an officer observed trash, debris, scrap metal and several old bicycles. A notice packet was mailed to the property owner.

• Assist citizen, 1400 block of Pearl Street. A woman reported purchasing $425 worth of meat using a credit card from a door-to-door vendor. She was given the product. She later researched the company and discovered things that led her to believe the product was poor. She tried several times to contact the company with no success and was attempting to stop her credit card payment. She was willing to return the product.

• Ordinance violation, 200 block of Mathewson Street. A caller reported a neighbor in the upper unit was stealing their electricity. Upon arrival, officers found an extension cord leading from the back window of the upper apartment to the basement cellar.

• Noise complaint, 600 block of Third Street. Officers were dispatched for loud music. Upon arrival, officers could hear loud music coming from an open window. The caller stated this is not the first time that this has happened and has had conversations with the individuals who live upstairs about them playing their music too loud. Officers attempted contact with the upstairs tenants but were unsuccessful.

• Noise complaint, 800 block of De Pere Street. Officers were dispatched for loud people singing. Upon arrival, officers observed loud music and people singing. Contact was made with a resident who was warned for loud noise and was told that if officers get called back for loud noise, she could receive a summons. She stated she understood. She turned down the music and went inside the house for the night.

• Drugs, Ahnaip and Nassau streets. While on patrol, an officer completed a random check of a vehicle, which returned suspended for unpaid parking tickets. The registered owner of the vehicle also had a suspended license. A traffic stop was conducted. Ultimately, drug paraphernalia items were located as well as trace amounts of marijuana in three different baggies. The suspect was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia and multiple traffic violations.