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Davis, California

Saturday, October 23, 2021

POLICE BRIEFS

MONDAY

Slowly but surely

A person on Navajo Street was seen wandering around the neighborhood very slowly and looking at the residences.

 

Should have signed the pre-nup

An individual on Tahoe Place received messages from his ex-wife threatening great bodily injury or death.

 

Pipe dream

Three juveniles with skateboards were found carrying a big red pipe with a stand on Loyola Drive.

 

He swears he’s not homeless

An individual was seen rummaging through recycling bins on Colorado Lane.

 

TUESDAY

That camo Hummer was a bad idea

An individual on A Street contacted police because she could not find her vehicle.

 

The dumpster must die

A subject on Anderson Road was found rambling about a dumpster and other miscellaneous things and making death threats.

 

Going nowhere fast

Traffic signals were stuck on red at Pole Line Road and East Eighth Street.

 

Catalytic converter thefts

Catalytic converters were reported stolen on both Shasta Drive and Garrison Street.

 

It’s like 101 Dalmatians

Barking dogs were reported at F Street, Colina Court, Eureka Avenue and Glacier Place.

 

Were there street tacos?

A large party was reported in an alleyway on University Avenue, but police were unable to locate.

 

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 normally appears Tuesdays and Fridays.

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