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Tuesday, October 19, 2021

POLICE BRIEFS

THURSDAY

 

129 missed calls

A cell phone stolen over three months ago by a known suspect was finally reported on Olive Drive.

 

Hotbox the Honda!

Individuals were seen smoking marijuana in a vehicle on Gauguin Place.

 

This is actually creepy

An individual at a playground on Sycamore Lane was reported for sitting and watching children for an hour and a half.

 

I choose you, Pikachu

A Game Boy Advance was reported stolen on Anderson Road.

 

FRIDAY

You steal the keys, I’ll steal the Kahlúa

Non-residents obtained a key to a pool on Pole Line Road and “had a party.”

 

Alternative transportation at its cheapest

Juveniles were reported for riding shopping carts on the street at the intersection of Covell Boulevard and Hanover Drive.

 

Alternative transportation at its slowest

A male subject was seen getting onto a non-operating train at Second Street and Cantrill Drive.

 

Less action, more talk

An individual on Anderson Road called to complain about a party, but asked the dispatcher not to send an officer, just to log the complaint.

 

Tell the kiddies they were reindeer

Individuals were heard on the roof of a building on Fifth Street.

 

SATURDAY

It’s practically gold nowadays

A subject at Birch Lane and Pole Line Road was seen siphoning gas from a vehicle.

 

Joyride

A drunk driver was seen turning onto the railroad tracks at East Eighth Street.

 

I know y’all wanted that 808

Stereo noise was rattling an apartment on Cantrill Drive.

 

SUNDAY

Black magic burglars

An individual told police he was trying to give directions to unknown individuals at Olive Drive. They somehow took his keys while he was showing them a map, and he was worried that they may come back and burglarize his residence or vehicle.

 

Disappearing-reappearing pooch

An individual on J Street told police that someone came into her residence and stole her dog. She later found her dog.

 

POLICE BRIEFS are compiled by JEREMY OGUL from the public logs of the Davis Police Department and represent the official version of what happened. The DPD crime blotter can be viewed at cityofdavis.org/police/log. This segment appears Tuesdays and Fridays.

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