WEDNESDAY Nov. 26
Hope they got that 2-day lease paperwork
Tenants in an apartment on Drake Avenue reported that a male subject responding to an ad on Craigslist.org in regards to renting out a room arrived Nov. 21 has refused to leave.
Wait till they see Pippi Longstockings
A female subject on East 14th Street was reported as appearing disoriented and having two different colored shoes.
Craigslist didn’t work out so well, maybe this will work…
A subject on East 8th Street was reported for refusing to leave a store after they felt an employee was rude to them.
There might be treasure!
A subject on Sutter Place was reported as being a suspicious person because he was digging holes with a stick and shouting to be left alone when confronted about it.
THURSDAY Nov. 27
They really didn’t want to mow the lawn
A subject was reported for having their car parked on a lawn on Pomona Drive for two days.
What’s so suspicious about that?
A subject on Chiles Road was reported as a suspicious person for picking through a cigarette tray, leaving, and then hiding behind a dumpster.
SATURDAY Nov. 29
EVERYTHING MUST GO!
A subject at Baywood Lane and O’keeffe Place was reported for selling water purifiers and being overly aggressive while doing so.
POLICE BRIEFS are compiled from the public logs of the Davis Police Department by RICHARD PROCTER and JON GOLD. This segment appears Tuesdays and Fridays.