LTPD

  • Police were called to Wal-Mart Supercenter for a complaint regarding a dog locked in a vehicle.  The incident was listed as unfounded as the officers checked on the dog and found the windows to be cracked and no extreme temperatures.
  • Police responded to a suspicious vehicle complaint at the catholic cemetery.
  • Police were called to Cen-Clear on Graham Street for a domestic dispute.
  • Police were called for a child custody issue.
  • Police were called for an incident of harassment involving juveniles at the middle school.
  • Police were called for a request for information on Maxwell Construction.  Officers want to remind the public that Maxwell Construction will be starting the sewer project on River Road this week.
  • Police received a report that the fire department was being dispatched to a small fire in the area of Flegal Road and Rockton Mountain Highway.
  • Police received a report of a domestic dispute between a man and woman in the Hillsdale area.
  • Police responded to a complaint of criminal mischief that occurred on Collins Avenue.  A vehicle was scratched sometime during the night.
  • Police received a report of a possible domestic violence in Plymptonville.  The caller asked for extra patrols from police.
  • Police responded to Lawrence Park Village for a report of a loud noise complaint.  Police spoke to those responsible for the noise.  They agreed to take care of the problem.
  • Police received a noise complaint at the Lawrence Park Village apartments.  The incident was handled at the scene.
  • Police responded to two local hotels during the night for a complaint of a man trying to get free rooms for the night.  At the first hotel the man claimed the president of the United States had authorized him a room.  At the second hotel he claimed the captain from the state police authorized a free room.  Police were able to locate the Sykesville man who was removed from the second hotel and advised to return to Sykesville.
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Police Report: DuBois PSP

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