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Police blotter, June 28- June 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.

JUNE 28

1:01 a.m., a silver-colored car has been parked behind Meadowrun Apartments for about and hour and a half; the male and female inside are panhandling, sleeping or being inappropriate.

5:08 a.m., a female is in the emergency room following a physical domestic altercation that just occurred.

8:45 a.m., a female in a white car has stolen items that had been donated to Goodwill Industries that were next to the doors; matter settled.

8:48 a.m., caller’s son just stole a pickup truck from them; additional call from the son advising he was just assaulted by his father and left in the truck; arrest made; officer with a male who just stepped out of the tree line; it was a worker who didn’t want to be involved in the argument.

10:30 a.m., vehicle stop near Danville Memorial Gardens; arrest made.

10:59 a.m., animal control is requesting officers meet them at Onstott Drive in reference to two dogs inside an abandoned residence.

11:13 a.m., citizen is stuck inside the parking garage elevator; 11:36 a.m., subject is out now.

12:05 p.m., vehicle stop at Fourth Street and Lexington Avenue; arrest made.

6:52 p.m., a male has a severe laceration to his arm from a glass door at Perryville City Hall.

8:54 p.m., possible road rage incident just occurred on Hustonville Road; driver in a hatchback car brandished a gun.

9:37 p.m., noise complaint about juveniles lighting fireworks on Winning Colors; no action taken because noise ordinance doesn’t start until 10 p.m.

9:48 p.m., there is an injured kitten on Crittenden Court.

10:48 p.m., a wall outlet at residence on Hartland Drive caught on fire about 15 minutes ago and the wall is hot.

No blotter was received for June 29-30.

JULY 1

8:38 a.m., a raccoon that may be rabid is on caller’s front porch on Alexander Drive; animal control notified.

10:35 a.m., subjects in a silver car backed up to a privacy fence on Walker Court are engaged in inappropriate acts; gone upon officer’s arrival.

12:56 p.m., a female just picked up a U-Haul truck and found a gun in it; she is currently at city hall and is requesting an officer retrieve it; it was a toy gun.

1:14 p.m., a suspicious male has been wandering around the area in Junction City, talking to and slapping himself.

3:03 p.m., a tree fell and it’s blocking Timothy Avenue.

4:24 p.m., a tree is down and blocking Shearin Avenue.

4:41 p.m., Cemetery Street in Junction City is completely covered by water.

4:47 p.m., a mother called daughter who was screaming that water was coming into her house on Kentucky Avenue in Junction City, then the line disconnected.

5:06 p.m., home evacuation due to flooding on Castlerock Drive.

5:09 p.m., lines are down on Hustonville Road.

5:55 p.m., a male is requesting an officer because he needs his options on leaving the fireworks tent because of unsafe conditions; fire marshal notified too.

7:05 p.m., a 64-year-old female tested positive for narcotics at the hospital; she is being verbally abusive to the staff and is spitting on them and is extremely combative; police assistance is requested.

11:16 p.m., fireworks noise complaint on North Hill-n-Dale Drive.

JULY 2

3:23 a.m., four people are walking on Shakertown Road and one of them is wearing a “Jason” mask; they will not get out of the road for vehicles; unable to locate.

4:28 a.m., a male is hiding near a tree at Long Run Community Apartments.

5:02 a.m., caller’s vehicles were broken into overnight on Orchard Drive and tools were stolen.

7:56 a.m., a box truck has hit a power line on Ky. 300; lines are low enough to be hit again.

10:11 a.m., a man is at the police department reporting that his spigot was turned on a few days ago and he just noticed it Saturday; the subject is in the process of moving into the home and isn’t familiar with the neighbors; extra patrol requested.

10:27 a.m., a suspicious person is inside a car parked on Old Bridge Road; arrest made.

10:40 a.m., possible injury accident at the entrance to the fairgrounds.

10:51 a.m., driver in a tan car has struck mailboxes and the side of the AT&T building on East Second Street in Perryville before parking the car; it was an 11-year-old boy who had been driving the car.

12:29 p.m., caller’s daughter is being harassed by another child in the neighborhood.

2:08 p.m., truck was broken into overnight on Albany Circle and tools were stolen.

2:11 p.m., non-injury accident on Perryville Road; arrest made.

2:22 p.m., a person is at the police department to report a gun was stolen from a vehicle on Cloverdale Drive.

2:37 p.m., caller wants to speak to an officer about her juvenile daughter getting into a vehicle with an older man; she is requesting the vehicle’s registration information.

3:37 p.m., Shepherd’s House is reporting a missing person; they were last seen being released from the emergency room on Friday.

3:55 p.m., possible electric fire on Boone Trail; KU contacted.

4:15 p.m., possible domestic altercation on Tennessee Ridge Road; female is requesting an officer remove the mother from the property; arrest made.

5:49 p.m., a vehicle was broken into overnight on Orchard Drive.

5:51 p.m., a missing female has contacted her mother.

7:29 p.m., report of damage to a vehicle from fireworks on Alta Avenue.

7:39 p.m., an unsupervised 2-year-old child has just walked into the store on East Main Street.

8:27 p.m., vehicle stop on East Main Street; consent search; arrest made.

9:10 p.m., someone is walking around the Shakertown Road property with a baseball bat.

JULY 3

12:24 a.m., officer checking on the welfare of someone who may be missing on Boone Trail.

1:22 a.m., mother and son are in a verbal altercation at Speedway.

2:01 a.m., a male and female are in and out of consciousness in a car parked at Speedway.

3:42 a.m., possible domestic altercation in progress where both parties are intoxicated on Fox Harbor Drive.

7:53 a.m., caller from Grabruck Street is reporting several items have been stolen from a vehicle.

1:05 p.m., vehicle stop on Daniel Drive; arrest made.

1:32 p.m., a reckless driver in a red pickup truck brandished a gun at the caller while they were driving on Hustonville Road in Junction City.

4:35 p.m., injury accident on Lancaster Road with entrapment.

5:19 p.m., possible burglary sometime today on East Main Street; two windows are busted.

6:05 p.m., caller just moved to Danville and wants to know the local fireworks laws.

6:33 p.m., an elderly male was found sitting under a tree in the yard on Lancaster Road; he appears to be confused.

7:53 p.m., drug paraphernalia was found in a driveway on Beech Street.

11:55 p.m., fireworks complaint on Carrigan Drive.

JULY 4

12:30 a.m., fireworks complaint in area of Fox Harbor Drive and Fox Run Trail.

Remaining blotter not available

JULY 5

8:35 a.m., an assault occurred on West Shelby Street.

8:52 a.m., a male is lying inside a car with all the doors open in the Cornerstone Assembly of God parking lot; arrest made.

3:11 p.m., a male attempted to get a 16-year-old female into his Jeep and said inappropriate things to her.

5:42 p.m., officer checking on a suspect at Long Run Community Apartments; vehicle may have been stolen from Lexington; a gun was stolen out of Mercer County; arrest made.

5:52 p.m., neighbor dispute reported on Hickory Lane; one person has a crossbow; other party refused to open the door.

8:04 p.m., possible injury accident on Hogue Hollow Road.

9:08 p.m., vehicle stop on Perryville Road; arrest made.

9:12 p.m., an intoxicated male is causing a disturbance on White Oak Road.

10:15 p.m., a female has been bitten by a dog on Duncan Hill.

11:19 p.m., restaurant manager has found a purse with drugs in it.

11:23 p.m., a female may be under the influence of drugs or alcohol and is causing a disturbance at Comfort Suites; she is refusing to leave; arrest made.