- A resident turned in a North Carolina license plate that was found Wednesday on Reynolds Avenue.
- A man reported Wednesday that someone damaged his vehicle while it was parked at the Bobette.
- A Murtland Avenue man reported Wednesday that someone took the license plate off of his Jeep.
- Police received a report about two males who were fighting outside of their vehicles at the entrance to Treasure Lake. The men were gone upon police arrival.
- A 55-year-old woman reported Wednesday that a known man threw garbage in her yard.
- On Wednesday a Missouri truck driver got lost while traveling on state Route 219, and attempted to turn around on Old Mill Road, causing damage to the sod and knocking over a sign. Police assisted the man in getting his truck turned around.
- Police responded to a domestic dispute Thursday in Treasure Lake between a 43-year-old woman and her 53-year-old fiancé. The dispute was verbal in nature, and both parties had been drinking. Police handled the situation without incident.
- On Thursday police received a report about an abandoned vehicle on Carson Avenue. Police located the owner who agreed to have it removed.
- A false alarm occurred Thursday at a Treasure Lake residence.
- A 71-year-old Wasson Avenue woman reported Thursday that a known 69-year-old Reynolds Avenue woman entered her house to retrieve some of her belongings and then started a confrontation with her. Police handled the situation with her.
- On Thursday Wal-Mart employees reported seeing a 26-year-old Grampian woman under-ringing items in the self-check-out and also unwrapping several DVD’s. The woman denies both incidents, and the investigation continues.
- A landlord requested Thursday that the police check one of his properties on Oklahoma Salem Road due to hearing a loud alarm coming from inside. Police found a smoke alarm going off, which the landlord temporarily deactivated. No problems were found.