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Police blotter from May 29, 30

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.

MAY 29

12:15 a.m., injury accident on Quirks Run Road where a vehicle has rolled over in a creek.

12:51 a.m., a male has stabbed another male on White Oak Road.

1:03 a.m., officers are to be on the lookout for a black vehicle involved in a shooting at the Subway in Moreland.

1:40 a.m., hospital is requesting assistance with two Junction City stabbing subjects and the gunshot subject from the Moreland Area.

2:46 a.m., a physical altercation is in progress on Hartland Drive and there is property damage; EMS is requested.

7:28 a.m., a silver-color car has been sitting near the railroad tracks on West Knob Lick Road for about one month; there are flies all around the trunk; registration was canceled in 2016; owner has given permission for it to stay until this week.

11:10 a.m., following an argument on Albany Circle, the caller’s boyfriend locked her out of the residence and is refusing to let her inside.

12:47 p.m., a woman at the police department wants to file a stolen vehicle report; her son and his girlfriend took the vehicle a week ago.

1:08 p.m., vandalism occurred to property on North Sixth Street overnight.

3:08 p.m., vehicle stop at Lexington and Fourth Street; arrest made.

5:58 p.m., investigation on Worldstown Road; arrest made.

8:10 p.m., a sheriff’s officer was bitten by an aggressive dog on Forkland Road in Parksville; animal control notified.

9:01 p.m., a neighbor dispute is in progress on Benedict Drive; a male is cutting down the caller’s trees.

9:03 p.m., an older male is soliciting three young females on Beech Street; unable to locate subject.

10:08 p.m., officers to be on the lookout for a blue van in reference to an unauthorized use; vehicle was loaned to a man to pickup prescriptions and he never returned; last contact was made at 1 p.m. and he said he was in Danville.

10:22 p.m., Centre College security needs assistance with people in the fountain.

10:26 p.m., several men are arguing outside on Albany Circle; they are also talking about weapons; unable to locate subjects.

MAY 30

6:19 a.m., alarm is showing burglary at the front door of property on Russell Street

7:39 a.m., officer out with the driver of a semi truck that knocked down a lamp post near Boyle County High School.

8:01 a.m., a confused male is sitting on caller’s front porch in Junction City; several people are walking with him down the street because he thinks he remembers where he lives.

9:46 a.m., a man is at the police department in reference to a theft at Bob Allen’s Motor Mall.

9:56 a.m., a male is stumbling onto Lexington Road at Old Bridge General Store; he is barefoot and dirty; arrest made.

11:09 a.m., caller needs options on reporting a stolen vehicle from Walmart yesterday; assistance given.

12:03 p.m., people are yelling in the hallway at East Walnut Street residence; family dispute has been settled.

1:28 p.m., officer is looking for a male who was seen wandering around Boyle County schools.

2:35 p.m., a man is walking heading toward Lowe’s; he has an active warrant; arrest made.

3:43 p.m., caller is reporting water theft one of Farmers National Bank locations.

4 p.m., officer assistance is requested to contact someone at Long Run Community Apartments due to the weapons alert at the residence.

4:20 p.m., a suspicious young male riding a scooter on Grabruck stated he was doing research for AT&T and Spectrum; unable to locate subject.

4:48 p.m., papers served to subject on Winning Colors; arrest made.

6:47 p.m., possible stolen vehicle found on South Fourth Street; key was with the vehicle; arrest made.

6:50 p.m., an older male was seen urinating on a sign and exposing himself on Stewarts Lane.

8:45 p.m., a suspicious male walking on Hustonville Road has been seen running behind a building every time an officer drives by.

8:58 p.m., an unknown caller keeps contacting the fast food restaurant threatening an employee and to shoot up the establishment.

9:32 p.m., a cat is stuck in a drain pipe on East Main Street.

9:18 p.m., female caller stated someone in a maroon SUV was following her and yelling at her to get out of the vehicle.

11:36 p.m., a male with a dog is laying near the railroad tracks behind the barn on Perryville Street