- Police were requested to check the welfare of a male who didn’t arrive for an appointment. When police spoke to the male, it was found that everything was OK.
- Police received a report about a phone scam. According to police, a caller contacted a local resident and claimed to be with the U.S. Treasury Department. He allegedly threatened to send the police to arrest her if she didn’t pay over $2,000. The resident told police she didn’t provide any information but still wanted to report the call. Police attempted to contact the caller but were hung up on.
- Police responded to a two-vehicle crash near West Long Avenue. According to police, a male driver was stopped for traffic on South Main Street while waiting to turn left into an alley between West Long and Washington avenues. He was reportedly waved across a lane of traffic and when he turned left, his vehicle was struck on the front passenger’s side corner bumper area. Police also spoke to the other driver, and she advised she was traveling north and approaching the intersection with West Long Avenue. She said the male’s vehicle cut across her lane, causing her vehicle to strike his Jeep. Police observed minor damage to both vehicles, and both drivers confirmed they were OK. Both drivers were provided with the required documents; charges are currently pending.
- Police were flagged down by parents who were meeting their son and his wife; however, there wasn’t any answer at the door. Police were able to make contact with the couple who appeared to be under the influence. Police said the parents stayed with the couple and they cleared the call.