Disturbance, Cherry Tree Drive: On Nov. 3, a Cherry Tree Drive resident called police about an apartment neighbor playing music loud all day and night.
An arriving officer located the suspect’s apartment; however, there was no music playing.
Disturbance, Prospect Road: On Nov. 3, police were dispatched to a Prospect Road regarding a property line dispute. An arriving officer talked to the caller, who said her neighbor was placing landscaping stones next the property line.
The officer checked out the situation, which appeared to have the stones on the neighbor’s side of the property.
Also, the neighbor told the officer she needed to temporarily go on the other side of her fence to help maintain her property.
The officer advised both parties on co-existing as neighbors.
Disturbance, Royalton Road: On Nov. 3, police were dispatched to a Royalton Road hotel regarding a disturbance.
The caller said two men were yelling at each other in front of the lobby. A second witness called police to say a man and woman were arguing.
An arriving officer located the suspects, who after admitting the argument was only verbal were advised to keep it down.
Found gun, Pearl Road: On Nov. 3, the manager of a car rental agency called police after finding a gun inside of a recently returned vehicle.
The officer talked to the man who rented the vehicle. He was out of town and suggested his mother could pick up the gun.
The officer said it would be waiting in evidence at the police station for when he returns to the area. The gun checked out OK.
Shoplifting, Pearl Road: On Nov. 3, Walmart loss prevention officers watched shoppers attempt to steal merchandise from the Pearl Road store.
The suspects, women, refused to go back into the store with the officers. They claimed to have purchased the groceries but eventually gave up the items.
That’s when an arriving officer located the suspects in the parking lot. One of the women was trespassed from the store but not charged with theft.
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