Police blotter from Aug. 4, 5
Editor’s note: Taken from the Danville 911 records, the Police Blotter represents a history of the initial calls and the information used by the dispatcher to send officers to investigate complaints. It is not necessarily an indication of what the officer found upon arrival at the scene, or of how police may have dealt with the complaint.
12:38 a.m., a 13-year-old child has run away from Junction City home.
12:50 a.m., vehicle stop at Five Star; arrest made.
12:45 a.m., officer attempting to contact mother of missing juvenile; 2:38 a.m., mother has arrived home and found a not from her missing 13-year-old child; 3:28 a.m., mother is requesting a deputy meet with her in attempt to locate the child; juvenile located by mother before officer’s arrival.
6:36 a.m., officer attempting to contact someone on Greenup Drive in reference to a stolen credit card that was recovered in Stanford; 6:43 a.m., officer attempting to contact someone on Waveland Avenue, Crittenden Court and Lorah Lane in reference to a stolen credit card that was recovered in Stanford; 7:11 a.m., victim may have video of the suspect getting into their vehicle.
9:34 a.m., On U.S. 127 South a vehicle has fallen off the trailer it was being hauled on .
11:56 a.m., a father is at the police department trying to locate his son’s vehicle following his arrest last night.
12:36 p.m., a vehicle has been abandoned in a driveway on North Third Street with its flashers on.
1:23 p.m., a smoke detector is going off at Mallard’s.
1:41 p.m., a female under the influence of drugs or alcohol is causing a disturbance at Shaker Point Apartments; unable to locate female.
2:46 p.m., caller is claiming that his girlfriend stole $100 from him at Murphy’s gas station on Walton Avenue and he has followed her to the KSD Village Apartments.
3:52 p.m., caller just came home on Holladay Drive and found her house has been broken into via the back door, but doesn’t see anything missing; call was unfounded.
6:27 p.m., caller from Speedway is reporting a dog is running loose behind the business; officer at Fifth Street residence trying to contact the owner.
6:46 p.m., caller is requesting an officer due to her ex-boyfriend being in the Save-a-lot parking lot; there was a physical altercation involving a knife on Tuesday and caller is awaiting paperwork.
7:05 p.m., an intoxicated female is at Taco Bell; arrest made.
8:41 p.m., vehicle stop at Pioneer Marathon on Stanford Road; arrest made.
9:25 p.m., management of Red Roof Inn is reporting a suspicious male in the parking lot is looking in vehicles and writing down license plates numbers; unable to locate subject.
9:53 p.m., vehicle stop on bypass at Ky. 2168; arrest made.
10:40 p.m., possible injury accident at the bridge on Stanford Road; arrest made.
11:27 p.m., vehicle stop on Skywatch Drive; arrest made.
11:28 p.m., vehicle stop at Five Star on Denmark Drive; arrest made.
11:47 p.m., officer to check on the welfare of a male sitting on the side of Stanford Road east of Gose Pike; he may be naked; subject was located on the bypass; arrest made.
2:30 a.m., extra patrol requested for Jean Drive.
3:32 a.m., officer is checking on a female on Burckley Drive; she was OK and was using someone’s wifi.
4:23 a.m., caller’s husband’s arm is cut and she can’t get it to stop bleeding; they are inbound on Lebanon Road; assistance given.
10:18 a.m., a 5-year-old is missing; last seen on a scooter; child returned home and is OK.
12:42 p.m., possible domestic altercation in progress on U.S. 127 South; a female is running from a male in pickup truck just south of Walmart.
1:04 p.m., Mercer County constable is out with a wrecked motorcycle at Quirks Run and Lower Salt River Roads and the driver isn’t around.
1:32 p.m., caller said there are cattle in a nearby field and the caller’s dogs are tracking bones back to their yard.
1:55 p.m., a dead deer is in the road at U.S. 127 and Henry Street.
2 p.m., a female is attempting to fight the caller at Coyle Manor in Perryville due to a recent break up; refused assistance.
3:03 p.m., an 8-month-old baby is locked inside a vehicle with no air conditioning near the softball fields; assistance given.
3:18 p.m., an injury accident on Lancaster Road where a vehicle is overturned and in a ditch past Hubble Road; 3:29 p.m., subject is out of the vehicle.
3:42 p.m., someone is lying down in a yard on Shakerpoint Drive and can’t get up; unknown if there are injuries; assistance given.
3:42 p.m., there are two dogs running loose on Circle Drive; owner usually arrives home between 4 and 6 p.m.; caller believes owner will be angry about police being at his residence and will try to fight; there are other dogs at the residence; 4:18 p.m., animal control is taking two dogs.
3:59 p.m., caller gave someone money to move into Goodall Apartments but then they kicked her out; caller wants her options on getting her money bak.
4:02 p.m., a 4-year-old child has been scratched and bitten by a stray cat.
4:42 p.m., a male with a dog is at Aldi’s; management has asked him to leave but he refused; the last time this happened he caused a disturbance and threatened the manager; male was told to stay away.
7:50 p.m., a female just left the emergency room without completing treatment; she still has an IV in her arm; may be en route to Shakerpoint Apartments.
7:53 p.m., there is a physical domestic altercation between a male and his mother-in-law over his child.
9 p.m., possible injury accident on Lebanon Road.
9:14 p.m., extra patrol is requested due to disorderly juveniles on Butler Drive.
9:17 p.m., hallway smoke detector is going off at St. Anthony Drive residence; it was only steam from a shower.
11:04 p.m., a physical domestic altercation just occurred at West Eades Avenue residence; male has left on foot; female is refusing to speak to an officer.
11:50 p.m., officer investigating at Harding Street residence; several items have been seized.
11:54 p.m., report of 25-30 juveniles are on Penn’s Store Road on the Boyle County side by a creek having a party with alcohol.
11:59 p.m., there are several males on motorcycles harassing customers at Speedway; they have been asked to leave but are still in the parking lot; they may be intoxicated; gone upon officer’s arrival.