Wednesday, May 8
1:42 a.m. — Fire, 609 N. Fifth
2:26 a.m. — Building check, 5051 N. U.S. Hwy 81
4:26 a.m. — Residential alarm, 1532 Pearl
5:04 a.m. — Incident, 1820 W. Plato / Duncan Village
7:14 a.m. — Residential alarm, 205 N. Martin Luther King Blvd.
7:36 a.m. — Assault simple, DRH ER, report filed
8:03 a.m. — Animal complaint, 1205 W. Willow
8:08 a.m. — Accident without injury, Magnolia Manor, report filed
8:26 a.m. — Incident, 914 Northgate
8:26 a.m. — Reckless driving, NB on 42nd btw Seminole and Fuller
9:06 a.m. — Incident, SH 7 and Stripes
10:22 a.m. — Accident without injury, U.S. Hwy 81 and Elk, report filed
10:22 a.m. — Notification, 1520 W. Plato / gas station
11:28 a.m. — Burglary residence, 1111 1/2 Duncan, report filed
11:32 a.m. — Animal complaint, 1002 W. Sycamore
11:37 a.m. — Escort Bailes Polk Chapel
12:04 p.m. — Animal complaint, DRH / front door
12:13 p.m. — Burglary residence, 604 N. E, report filed
12:41 p.m. — Welfare check, 2508 Harris Dr.
12:54 p.m. — Threats, 206 E. Elm / Elm Terrace
1:37 p.m. — Reckless driving, Elder and Second
2:06 p.m. — Theft, 707 W. Walnut, report filed
2:27 p.m. — Notification, 205 N. Martin Luther King Blvd.
3:08 p.m. — Assault simple, Elm Terrace, report filed
4:32 p.m. — Assault simple, 101 S. B, report filed
5:03 p.m. — Reckless driving, U.S. Hwy 81 NB from refinery
5:04 p.m. — Notification, 1912 W. Birch
5:07 p.m. — Accident without injury, U.S. Hwy 81 and Elk SB lanes / Burger King Parking Lot
5:48 p.m. — Animal at large, 515 W. Pecan
6:02 p.m. — Accident without injury, 1809 Overland Dr. / Willows Apts., report filed
6:04 p.m. — Business alarm, 10 S. U.S. Hwy 81 Ste B / First Class Travel
6:05 p.m. — Fire, SH 7 off of S. 13th
6:05 p.m. — Fire, area of the bowling alley
6:09 p.m. — Fire, behind bowling alley
6:12 p.m. — Accident without injury, 3402 N. U.S. Hwy 81 / Duncan Inn, report filed
6:45 p.m. — Intoxicated driver, WB on Main towards U.S. Hwy 81 from Second
8:32 p.m. — Animal at large, Camelback and Bypass
8:33 p.m. — Business alarm, 610 S. U.S. Hwy 81 / TH Rogers
8:34 p.m. — Business alarm, Payne Jewelry
8:34 p.m. — Business alarm, 1215 N. Fifth / Duncan Iron and Metal
8:35 p.m. — Business alarm, 501 W. Main / Jim’s Auto Repair
8:35 p.m. — Business alarm, 1317 N. U.S. Hwy 81 / EZ Pawn
8:40 p.m. — Business alarm, 1706 W. Spruce / Duncan School Technologies
8:59 p.m. — Disturbance, 209 S. Seventh
9:50 p.m. — Drugs, Chisholm Trail Casino
10:04 p.m. — Building check, 1308 N. U.S. Hwy 81 / Advance Medical in Elk Plaza
10:37 p.m. — Notification, 1813 W. Ash
Gunshots narrowly miss TV reporter
A reporter for a West Virginia television station narrowly escaped injury or worse Monday while covering a fatal weekend shooting in Beckley.
Mexican drug lord arrested at World Cup
Jose Diaz-Barajas, 49, was arrested at Rio de Janeiro's Tom Jobim airport Monday night as he boarded a plane to Fortaleza, where Mexico played Brazil Tuesday, Luiz Cravo Dorea, head of international cooperation at the Federal Police, said. The world soccer governing body, FIFA, had informed police that Diaz- Barajas, who was accompanied by his wife and two children, held tickets, Dorea said.
Police: 'Gypsy Wedding' couple stole rings, cash at wedding
A couple who appeared on the TLC reality series “My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding” was jailed in North Carolina last weekend, accused of stealing cash and valuables from the bride and groom at a wedding they were attending.
Lottery scam: EPD warns of mail-circulated fraud
People who have received a check for $4,350 in the mail shouldn’t get too excited.
Man killed in one-car accident in Duncan
A man was killed in a single-car accident Monday afternoon, near the intersection of U.S. Highway 81 and Osage Road, police said.
The man, who’s name has not yet been released, was dead at the crash scene from the injuries he sustained in the accident, Sgt. David Woods of the Duncan Police Department said.
Could lethal inject furor return the firing squad?
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The disarray surrounding lethal injection in the U.S. is beginning to steer states back toward methods of execution that many had long ago deemed less humane than the needle.
Tennessee jumped out front this week with a law that could essentially bring back the electric chair. Elsewhere around the country, lawmakers have been talking about reviving the firing squad and the gas chamber, methods largely abandoned a generation ago.
The reason: Lethal injection — the primary means of execution in all 32 states with capital punishment — is under fire as never before because of botched executions, drug shortages caused by a European-led boycott, and a flurry of lawsuits over the new chemicals that states are using instead.
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