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Police activity reports



Compiled from selected police activity reports.

Baltimore

• Jan. 14: Police responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle on Creekview Drive. The vehicle left before police arrived.

• Jan. 15: Police responded to a lockout on North High Street. Entry was made.

• Jan. 16: Police arrested a person on Yencer Street on a Mayor’s Court warrant.

• Jan. 16: A Vivian Lane resident told police that her son had left taking some items from her apartment and her vehicle. Police took a report and filed charges against her son.

• Jan. 17: Police responded to a lockout on Vivian Lane. Entry was gained.

• Jan. 18: Police responded to South Main Street on a report of a dog struck by a vehicle. The dog was fatally injured. Police identified the owners via the dog tag and stood by until they arrived.

• Jan. 21: Police responded to a lockout on West Market Street. Entry was gained.

• Jan. 21: Police responded to a report of a vehicle doing doughnuts in a church parking lot on Tremont Street. The vehicle left before police arrived.

• Jan. 22: Police conducted a well-being check at a Kumler Street home. Everything was OK.

• Jan. 23: Police responded to an alarm drop at a Holder Road home, but were told to disregard enroute.

• Jan. 23: Police were dispatched to a report of an underage party at a Cliff Street home. Everyone was of age and all were advised.

• Jan. 24: Police assisted the Fairfield County Sheriff’s Office on a report of an attempted suicide on Baltimore Somerset Road. Medics transported the person to the hospital.

• Jan. 26: Police responded to a report of a lockout at the high school. Entry was gained.

• Jan. 27: Police checked out a report of suspicious persons going door-to-door in the West Market Street. The persons said they were with AEP and Columbia Gas and checked out.

• Jan. 27: Police received another complaint about the same individuals from a Kellner Street resident. The complainant was told that they had already been checked out.

• Jan. 27: Police responded to an alarm drop on North Main Street. The officer made contact with the keyholder and checked the premises. The alarm was either tripped by a cat or by a model airplane hanging from the ceiling.

• Jan. 29: Police were called to a South Basil Street home on a well-being check/possible suicide attempt. Police spoke with an individual there who was transported to the hospital for evaluation.

• Jan. 29: Police were called to a school bus on Basil Road concerning a juvenile with a knife. Police took the student into custody, retrieved the knife and took him to the police station to make contact with his parent. He was turned over to his parent and charges are pending.

• Jan. 29: Police responded to an alarm drop at the doctors’ office on West Market Street. Everything checked secure.

• Jan. 29: Police responded to an alarm drop at a North Main Street building. The building was checked and everything was secure.



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