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December 7, 2012

Dispatch Call Logs

DUNCAN — DPD

Wednesday, Dec. 5

3:26 a.m. — Incident, 1210 W. Oak

6:13 a.m. — Residential alarm, 1605 N. Fifth/1603 N. Fifth

7:11 a.m. — Fight, 18 S. Fifth, report filed

7:46 a.m. — Notification, 1410 E. Chestnut

9:13 a.m. — Notification, 18th and Parkview

9:22 a.m. — Residential alarm, 607 S. Eighth

10:45 a.m. — Intoxicated driver, drunk in vehicle, EB on Main St. from 12th

11:33 a.m. — Reckless driving, SB on U.S. Hwy 81

11:44 a.m. — Animal in roadway, 12th and Main

12:24 p.m. — Theft, 420 N. A

12:26 p.m. — Welfare check, 1845 N. U.S. Hwy 81 / Wal-Mart parking lot

12:27 p.m. — Intoxicated driver, drunk in vehicle, 1608 Larch

12:48 p.m. — Transport, CIC, report filed

1:29 p.m. — Fire, U.S. Hwy 81 and Bois D’Arc/Bi-Centennial Park

2:21 p.m. — Notification, 2010 W. Cedar

2:47 p.m. — Theft, 506 N. I

3:03 p.m. — Intoxicated driver, drunk in vehicle, U.S. Hwy 81 and Plato

3:08 p.m. — Notification, Eastland and Bois D’Arc

3:19 p.m. — Theft, 506 N. I, report filed

4:08 p.m. — Notification Sixth and Hickory

4:48 p.m. — Injury accident, N. U.S. Hwy and Terry

4:49 p.m. — Injury accident, N. U.S. Hwy and Terry, report filed

6:04 p.m. — Animal bite, 1407 Whisnant/room 8, report filed

7:11 p.m. — Animal in Roadway, Second and Hickory

7:24 p.m. — Welfare check, 507 N. H

8:25 p.m. — Prowler, 420 N. A

8:39 p.m. — Welfare check, 407 W. Pine

8:43 p.m. — Suspicious person, B and Main

9:06 p.m. — Prowler, 609 E. Elm/across the street

9:13 p.m. — Suspicious person, 102 N. I

9:24 p.m. — Residential alarm, 1829 N. Hwy 81 suite 10/Fashion Bug

9:32 p.m. —  Suspicious person, G and Chestnut

10:00 p.m. — Loud music, 100 block of Willow

10:19 p.m. —  Suspicious person, Seventh and Walnut/Duncan Builders

10:57 p.m. — Intoxicated driver, drunk in vehicle, from Gatlin on U.S. Hwy 81

11:05 p.m. — Domestic disturbance, 725 Smith Rd., report filed

11:51 p.m. — Fight, 216 W. Oak

SCSO

Wednesday, Dec. 5

1:44 a.m. — Fire, Rt. 2 Box 423N Central

9:00 a.m. — Notification, SE corner of Terry Rd. and Weaver Chapel Rd.

1:29 p.m. — Larceny theft, Plato east to Deadend and then left, report filed

2:24 p.m. — Ambulance request, 282961 E. Blackburn Rd.

2:28 p.m. — Animal related, 5315 Hummingbird Ln.

3:53 p.m. — Domestic disturbance, Rt. 3 Box 176, Marlow, report filed, arrest

4:33 p.m. — Notification, 408 W. Oak Ave., Duncan

4:56 p.m. — Injury accident, U.S. Hwy 81 and Terry

5:33 p.m. — Larceny theft, report filed, property

9:38 p.m. — Non-injury accident, Texaco Rd. between the 2 S curves

11:29 p.m. — Domestic disturbance, Rt. 3 271-7 Oakgrove Edition, report filed, domestic violence

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