In the overnight log, police officers and highway department workers cleared roadways of debris left by a heavy rainstorm. And officers responded to the on-ramp to Interstate 495 South, where a disabled, 19-ton tractor-trailer truck was blocking traffic.
Tuesday, Aug. 9
2:26 p.m.: A woman walked in to police headquarters to report her daughter had taken her vehicle without permission.
2:33 p.m.: Officers responded to a Camp Street address to revoke the license to carry (a gun) held by a resident.
2:54 p.m.: A disabled tractor-trailer truck was reported on the Interstate 495 Southbound ramp at Cedar Street. The truck was blocking both the ramp and the road. A tow truck, capable of pulling a 38,000-pound tractor-trailer, towed it off.
3:00 p.m.: A person walked in to to report a theft.
4:29 p.m.: A person walked in to police headquarters to ask for a report for insurance purposes, concerning rocks thrown last year in to her pool on South Central Street.
5:43 p.m.: A two-vehicle collision was reported on Purchase Street. No injuries were involved.
6:12 p.m.: A man told police he was being followed by another vehicle. He turned over the plate number to police.
8:17 p.m.: A man reported a black and white dog bit him on Fruit at Depot streets. The dog bit him in the leg “and took off.” He did not require medical attention.
10:26 p.m.: A person called to report “performance cars” were racing in the parking lot of a manufacturing facility on Industrial Road. The cars were gone when police arrived.
Wednesday, Aug. 10
12:42 a.m.: An officer reported dirt and gravel in the road on East Main Street.
1:19 a.m.: A caller told police water was building up on East Main Street, near . The Highway Department reported back that it needs time to drain.
1:40 a.m.: An officer assisted a Highway Department crew with removal of debris on East Main Street left by rainfall.
2:42 a.m.: A woman on Luby Avenue called police to report her boyfriend had “spit on her” and was yelling. An officer determined it was a verbal argument, and no arrests were made.
2:45 a.m.: asked for police help in dealing with an unruly, 21-year-old patient.
3:16 a.m.: An officer asked for assistance in fixing a manhole cover on Highland Avenue that had come off during the storm.
6:57 a.m.: A caller told police her car had been side-swiped in the parking lot of the on Prospect Street. No injuries were involved.
10:19 a.m.: A woman called to report a black car had been parked on her street, Taylor Street, for more than a week and she asked to have it checked. Police issued a citation to the owner of the vehicle.
11:57 a.m.: A woman who lives on Clark Street asked police to check on a neighbor, who had taken a fall over the weekend. Police checked and he was okay.