Thursday, Oct. 17
12:48 a.m. — Business alarm, 1850 N. Hwy 81 / Braums
12:52 a.m. — Residential alarm, 13th and Elk
1:00 a.m. — Accident, Ridley between Eastland and the curve
1:03 a.m. — Disturbance, 506 N. I
1:47 a.m. — Suspicious vehicle, 611 Willow
2:49 a.m. — Burglary residence, 1805 Birch, property
5:39 a.m. — Medical call, 613 Carriage Drive
6:13 a.m. — Prowler, 607 N. E
6:13 a.m. — Burglary residence, 607 N. E, arrest
7:00 a.m. — Notification, Ridley between Eastland and the curve
7:27 a.m. — Residential alarm, 2118 Meadow lark
7:51 a.m. — Animal complaint, 1311 N. 21st
7:52 a.m. — Animal complaint, 2913 Clayton
7:59 a.m. — Suspicious vehicle, Hickory Hills Additon
8:34 a.m. — Escort, DHS to the north side of town
8:46 a.m. — Threats, 812 N. B
8:49 a.m. — Threats, 812 N. B
9:02 a.m. — Incident, 606 S. 15th
9:09 a.m. — Assist, City Hall
9:12 a.m. — Business alarm, 1414 N. Hwy 81/ Mazzios
9:24 a.m. — Incident, Enterprise Rent A Car
9:25 a.m. — Suspicious person, 1414 W. Pecan
9:43 a.m. — Animal at large, 701 W. Pine/ Building B Apt B
9:50 a.m. — Animal complaint, 2207 Western
10:03 a.m. — Transport prisoner, SCJ
10:26 a.m. — Animal at large, 2118 W. Scott Lane
10:49 a.m. — Animal vicious, 1406 W. Oak
11:06 a.m. — Burglary residence, 314 N. C
1:06 p.m. — Transport prisoner, SCJ to Municipal Court
1:31 p.m. — Suspicious vehicle, Sinclair gas station
1:34 p.m. — Animal at large, 100 block of Lakewood
1:55 p.m. — Found property, Beech and Hwy 81
2:05 p.m. — Residential alarm, 1202 Timbercreek Drive
2:14 p.m. — Residential alarm, 1202 Timbercreek
2:34 p.m. — Found property, Re Run Junction
2:38 p.m. — Non-injury accident
3:00 p.m. — Medical call, 915 W. Plato / Sterling House
3:17 p.m. — Civil standby, 506 N. I
3:31 p.m. — Suspicious vehicle, Ridley Road west of Eastland’s
3:33 p.m. — Civil standby, 811 N. 8th
3:54 p.m. — Fraud, 208 N. 23rd
4:00 p.m. — Found property, 205 W. Cedar
4:05 p.m. — Non-injury accident, Hwy 81 in front of Stockman’s
4:15 p.m. — Medical call, 915 W. Plato / Sterling House
5:04 p.m. — Vehicle in roadway, bypass south of Gatlin
5:40 p.m. — Incident, 5th and Chestnut
7:46 p.m. — Non-injury accident, 13th and Main
8:18 p.m. — Suspicious vehicle, Elk east of the Bypass
8:20 p.m. — Vehicle in roadway, Hwy 81 and Locke Supply
8:41 p.m. — Medical call, 1317 N. 20th
9:04 p.m. — Loud music, 1520 W. Plato / Tractor Supply parking lot
9:32 p.m. — Loud music, 206 E. Elm building 7
9:51 p.m. — Suspicious vehicle, 1725 Chisholm Drive / Unity Baptist Church
10:44 p.m. — Welfare check, 1403 W. Sycamore
Published in Oct. 20, 2013 print edition
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