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Davis, California

Saturday, September 18, 2021

POLICE BRIEFS

THURSDAY

Stop sign fail

At a hit and run on Russell Boulevard, someone was at a stop when the car was rear ended. The white Ford truck was signaled to pull over but took off instead.

Train track junkie

On Second Street a male was loading railroad track ties into back of his truck. When the caller confronted him and told him he was going to call the police, he unloaded them.

FRIDAY

He makes the good girls go bad

On Cranbrook Court there was a male yelling at a female. The individual was drunk in public and an arrest was made.

Long weekend overload

On Mulberry Lane, an extremely drunk female was yelling at people passing by.

SATURDAY

Environmentally friendly vagrants

Transients were loitering around the flower beds on First Street.

Retake the driver’s test

On Russell Boulevard and Highway 113, a vehicle entered the ramp from the wrong direction.

Recession blues

There was an ATM hold up on Cowell Boulevard.

SUNDAY

Get rich quick

On Research Park Drive, an intoxicated subject was sleeping on the cash register.

Next stop: DMV, AAA

On W. 8th Street, a son left his residence without permission in an unregistered/uninsured vehicle.

Bad romance

There was an assault with a deadly weapon on Olive Drive during a physical fight between a boyfriend and girlfriend.

From G St. bars to behind bars

A physical disturbance on G Street led to a subject detained on ground, and an arrest was made.

POLICE BRIEFS are compiled by SASHA LEKACH from the public logs of the Davis Police Department and represent the official version of what happened. View the crime blotter online at cityofdavis.org/police/log. This segment appears Tuesdays.

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