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Police blotter, 22-24

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.

JUNE 22

12:02 a.m., people were going through a vehicle and fled on foot to McMillian Street; additional caller said the subjects are jumping the fence at the Centre soccer field and are running toward the dorms; extra patrol is requested.

3:35 a.m., Centre College security is requesting officers due to three juvenile males who are on campus and may be causing a disturbance.

8:37 a.m., report that all of the American flags at a business in the Danville Manor Shopping Center have been turned upside down.

9:28 a.m., the staff at the hospital is trying to discharge a female but she is fighting and trying to bite them; the hospital is going to keep her.

10:16 a.m., a vehicle has overturned on Lancaster Road; road is blocked.

10:59 a.m., a vehicle pulled into the parking lot at A Children’s Place with a male and female who may have been under the influence of drugs or alcohol; the female got out and staggered around the vehicle and the male seemed only semi conscious; they were also arguing; caller asked them to leave, and they left 15 minutes later.

12:04 p.m., people in a faded black pickup truck are raiding the property on Burger Knob Road of PVC pipes and lumber; Kentucky State Police notified.

1:34 p.m., a client at the social services office is belligerent and out of control.

2:23 p.m., a female left her two small children unattended in a vehicle at Speedway while she was inside for about 15 minutes; caller is requesting police check on the welfare of the children.

3:52 p.m., caller is reporting that a male in a blue car is heading inbound on Ky. 34; registered owner held a woman hostage and beat her.

5:08 p.m., two shots were fired on North Hill-n-Dale Drive and a male rant into an apartment.

7:38 p.m., a employee at the facility was suspended for violent outbursts about 40 minutes ago; they made threats to other employees to come back with a gun; officer talked with the subject; extra patrol requested.

7:55 p.m., a small dog in a maroon SUV parked at Walmart seems to be in distress.

8:59 p.m., there is a lot of traffic in the area due to a recent death; animal control should be contacted for two dogs and two cats because the caller doesn’t want them.

9:12 p.m., sister of the estate administrator is requesting to speak to an officer about concerns of people being on her deceased father’s property.

9:23 p.m., a man is slumped over the wheel in a red pickup truck parked near Lowe’s; arrest made.

10:17 p.m., possible structure fire on Ivy Road in Parksville; driver in an SUV has fled the scene prior to the fire; 10:53 p.m., Inter County Energy contacted; 12:12 a.m., Inter County on scene and has disconnected all power to the structure.

JUNE 23

12:46 a.m., homeowner on Hickory Lane believes fire was caused by arson; Junction City Fire Department is requesting Kentucky State Police.

4 a.m., a man is on caller’s front porch on Duncan Hill Road; arrest made.

8:13 a.m., residential alarm is showing silent panic at residence on Alum Springs Cross Pike; homeowner intentionally pushed the his panic button for a response due to a neighbor dispute; caller was warned not to use the panic button like that again or he would be arrested for falsely reporting an incident.

10:10 a.m., a suspicious male is at the old PNC Bank on Hustonville Road; nearby business said vehicles are pulling up and leaving so the subject may be selling narcotics; subject said he was using the Wifi.

11:01 a.m., there is an auction on Coldstream and a vehicle has parked in caller’s yard.

2:36 p.m., caller is requesting options on pressing charges against a male her 16-year-old daughter keeps leaving to be with; she is also asking police look for her missing juvenile.

2:42 p.m., caller said a neighbor on Baughman Avenue threatened to shoot him; trouble settled.

2:59 p.m., a vehicle was broken into on Maple Avenue and a purse and credit cards were taken and used.

5:49 p.m., there is a neighbor dispute in progress over spray painting on Alexander Drive; trouble settled.

6:33 p.m., a suspicious female is walking on Mitchellsburg Road and is asking people for money; she may be under the influence.

7:23 p.m., a man is laid back in the seat of a black truck parked at Citation Drive and Ben-Ali Drive; he may be asleep or passed out.

8:14 p.m., caller is complaining that a neighbor on Cemetery Street is driving on  their drive-way.

9:06 p.m., caller is requesting police check on a male who is sleeping on the porch with a baby stroller in front of the residence; caller checked on the man and she was unable to wake him up; he appears to be under the influence; 9:29 p.m., a 2-year-old child may be missing from the residence; arrest made.

9:40 p.m., a physical altercation just occurred at Millennium Park near the skate park; possible injury; patient refused transport

10:38 p.m., caller on Springfield Road in Perryville said people are speeding and hanging out the vehicle’s windows; vehicle is causing property damage in yards; a neighbor has a shotgun out; 11:12 p.m., additional calls received about a disturbance in the area.

10:51 p.m., noise complaint about 4-wheelers in the creek at the end of Duncan Hill Road; unable to locate.

11:221 p.m., a female said she was outside with her dogs on Forest Avenue when an adult male came up to her and starting throwing fire crackers at her and the dogs.

11:27 p.m, at least five dark-colored SUVs are at the Brookcove Center and the people are wearing all black clothing; unable to locate.

11:34 p.m., there was a domestic altercation going on in a white SUV on Waterworks Road; both people may be under the influence of drugs or alcohol; unable to locate.

11:50 p.m., a male and female who were passed out in the movie theater are now in a tan vehicle and fled westbound on Perryville Road.

11:58 p.m., complaint of loud music from a house party on McDowell Road.

JUNE 24

12:06 a.m., a male who may be under the influence of drugs or alcohol was unconscious when the caller approached him laying on the sidewalk in the middle of the main doors at Walmart; arrest made.

12:17 a.m., possible drug activity in two vehicles parked at Walmart.

12:46 a.m., an intoxicated male is yelling on caller’s porch on East Martin Luther King Blvd.; unable to locate.

10:10 a.m., Garrard County deputy is requesting to speak to the officer who is investigating an earlier burglary involving a white van and a known male suspect.

12:26 p.m., there is heavy white smoke coming from behind Best Western; it was a controlled burn.

2:01 p.m., subjects on Worldstown Road are attempting to take sister’s trucks; they are relatives of sister’s husband; they left saying they were going to the police department.

2:22 p.m., caller’s wife on Baughman Avenue said a male was at the residence and said he was waiting for someone to pick him up; he followed her into the house; she’s now left but drove by the house and he was last seen on the porch; unable to locate.

5:26 p.m., vehicle accident at Lexington Avenue and Dogwood Drive; 5:28 p.m., in foot pursuit; 5:44 p.m., KSP contacted for accident reconstruction.

5:21 p.m., verbal altercation between sisters over property on North Sixth Street; trouble settled.

6:26 p.m., panhandlers are in the Alta Avenue area; gone upon officer’s arrival.

8:30 p.m., officers are to be on the lookout of a white vehicle that was stolen last night; also equipment from a repair shop was taken.

9:48 p.m., an unknown subject, who may be intoxicated, is continually ringing the doorbell on Apache Trail.

10:24 p.m., about 10 people are loitering in the parking lot on Hustonville Road.

10:58 p.m., noise complaint about a band that is playing in the backyard on Boyd Avenue.