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Thursday, October 28, 2021

POLICE BRIEFS

SATURDAY

 

Music make you lose control

An individual called police to report a party on East Eighth Street that sounded like it had gotten “out of hand.”

 

Didn’t quite make it in

An intoxicated subject passed out on someone’s doorstep on Portage Bay West. There was no indication as to whether these two people knew each other.

 

Rapunzel, come to your window!

A brick was thrown through a bedroom window on East Eighth Street.

 

FRIDAY

 

“Jackass” wannabe

A subject jumped off the laundry room building and dove into a pool on Lake Boulevard.

 

Free speech in the People’s Republic

A suspicious person was walking down the street yelling on Lehigh Drive.

 

THURSDAY

 

“Oh, this isn’t a nude pool?”

An incidence of indecent exposure was reported in the pool area on Alvarado Avenue.

 

Hunting season

Individuals on Parkside Drive were possibly shooting squirrels with a BB gun or airsoft gun.

 

WEDNESDAY

 

One man’s trash…

A subject had been dumping garbage in an individual’s yard for the last three weeks on Claremont Drive.

 

Vanity burglar

An individual smashed the window of a vehicle on Cranbrook Court and took tanning supplies and PowerBars, among other things.

 

TUESDAY

 

Street art

A stenciled picture of figures beating other figures with clubs was found on Alder Place.

 

Lost my picket sign

Protestors were walking around a facility on College Park attempting to open doors. They claimed to be looking for property left behind.

 

Just loud sex, perhaps?

Unusual “thumps” were heard from downstairs in a residence on C Street. The resident believed someone was breaking in, but police determined the claim to be unfounded.

 

Pipe down you filthy animals

A resident on Russell Boulevard and College Park called police to report that protestors were being disruptive with their noise and requested that police quiet them down.

 

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 online at cityofdavis.org/police/log. This segment appears on Mondays during the summer.

 

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