For the Record, Call Log, July 13, 2012
BMH: Recording said officers needed at lab.
Lincoln St.: Caller advised she needs officer at Lincoln Street and the phone hung up, tried calling her back and got no answer, officer is in route.
Megginson Ln.: Caller advised someone has run over her mailbox and needs a report.
CR 115: Caller advised having problems with ex-wife and her boyfriend. Wanted to see officer.
CR 174: Caller advised subjects playing loud music.
HWY 178 W.: Caller advised she thinks someone is outside her house. Wants officer to check around her house.
HWY 30 W.: A lady requested an officer to help her with her vehicle.
McArthur Ln.: Caller said he heard gun shots in subdivision behind McArthur Lane.
CR 75: In pursuit of SUV.
W. Bankhead St.: Caller advised two doors had been left unlocked, needs to speak with an officer.
HWY 78 W.: Caller advised car all over the road going at a high rate of speed.
N. Sherman Dr.: Caller advised she hears noises coming from around her house. Wants officer to check it out.
Graham Ave.: Caller advised teenage subjects ran through her yard and they are in a neighbor’s swimming pool.
HWY 78/Blue Springs Exit: Traffic Stop.
CR 86: Black male trying to flag people down.
Oak St.: Caller advised young black male walking up and down Oak Street popping fire crackers.
W. Bankhead St.: Burglary alarm.
CR 47: Caller advised subjects flagged him down and tried to hit him with a baseball bat.
Glendale Rd.: Caller needs to report something was taken out of the back of his pickup while in the garage.
Church St.: Caller advised her sister is at her house trying to take her kids from her.
HWY 15 N: Black male pulling on door at Manning and they are closed.
CR 478: Caller advised subjects next door are having a party, needs to speak with an officer.
HWY 30 W.: Caller advised she pulled in her driveway and two subjects ran from her house.
HWY 30 E.: Caller advised that at the last white house as you get out of city limits, there were three subjects hiding behind trees when he passed by.
HWY 78: Caller advised 18-wheeler had his backup lights on, got off at the Pilot exit.
Fairground Spur Rd.: Reference to bicycle that was stolen about two weeks ago.
Kings Rd.: Caller advised subjects playing loud music.
S. Central Ave.: Shooting fireworks in the empty lot.
Jackson St.: Caller advised subject causing a disturbance in a white car.
W. St. HWY 178: Fireworks stand had some items stolen last night, needs report.
HWY 30 E.: General Alarm.
HWY 178 W.: Lady from Sunshine Inn left and is walking down the middle of the highway, refuses to go back.
Murrah Rd.: Report of drunk subject in Blue Chevy sitting in the middle of the road.
HWY 178 W.: Lady left Sunshine Inn and is walking in the road.
CR 478: Caller advised she was trying to pick up her niece and subject had put his hands on her.
Ashley Ln.: Caller advised she thinks someone is outside her house.
CR 201: Caller advised her brother was causing a disturbance and fighting with her mother.
Elm Dr.: People shooting fireworks.
Kings Creek: Caller advised someone stole her meds.
Church St.: Fireworks being shot on Church Street.
E. Bankhead St.: People shooting fireworks in area.
CR 73: Caller advised subjects shooting fireworks and being loud.
Munsford Dr.: Blue truck pulling a trailer hit an 18-wheeler and kept going.
CR 115: Black vehicle driving up and down road near fire department, acting suspicious.
CR 87: Report of a maroon sports car up on its side.
CR 164: Caller needs report on damage done to his mailbox.
Pooleville Quick Stop: Got a stolen check.
CR 54: Three year old child on porch screaming, not sure if anyone else is home.
CR 341: Caller advised dog outside keeping him and neighbors inside.
CR 89: Caller advised her daughter had hit her.
CR 188: Someone knocking on door at 9 p.m. every night.
Wal-Mart: Suspicious vehicle.
HWY 348: Caller advised someone let the air out of his tires.
HWY 30 W.: Expedition all over the road. It’s either maroon or black. Caller has been behind it since West Union.
HWY 30 W.: Lady advised of a two-car collision. No injuries and the road is not blocked.
HWY 15 S.: Blue Ford Ranger all over the road near Cotton Plant.
E. Bankhead St.: Two-car collision at auto sales by Roberts Paving.
CR 353: Lady wanted an officer to come out. She advised that there is a green pickup parked in her driveway and has been there for about 20 minutes.
Allred Dr.: Caller advised their 16 year old son is out of control.
Oxford Rd.: ASI Alarm Company called in an alarm from this address.
HWY 30 E.: Alarm.
HWY 348: Caller advised there’s a horse in the road.
HWY 78 E.: Caller advised he is in an 18-wheeler and a car hit his trailer. Needs to speak with officer.
Tip Top HL: Caller advised the back door on their house is open. Needs to see an officer.
CR 194: Caller advised someone has been in her house. Wanted to see an officer.
CR 107: Caller advised a subject shining a flashlight on cars that are going down Highway 78.
CR 253: Caller advised two dogs tried to attack his son. Wants and officer to try and find out who owns the dogs and where they can put up the dogs.
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