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Davis, California

Friday, April 19, 2024



Stood up

A missing person was reported on Overhill Lane when he never arrived.

Not a cheap date

Someone was a victim of fraud when charged $120 for a dating service on her credit card on Scripps Drive.

Overactive canine

A dog had been barking for two days on Bidwell Street.


Social threat-working

A daughter was talking on Facebook on Campanilla Court with another person who was making threats to commit death or bodily injury.

Be a happy drunk

An arrest was made for being drunk in public on East Covell Boulevard. The person was cooperative at the time of arrest; however, he or she had been belligerent.

The bushman

Someone was in the bushes screaming obscenities on First Street.

Set the table

Someone’s friend threw a table through the front window on Russell Boulevard.

Ghost in the house

Someone on C Street came downstairs to find the front door open.

Man vs. animal

There was a raccoon in the kitchen on Hopper Place.


Vehicular makeout sesh

A male was sitting in the vehicle, which had been in the area since the day before, with fogged up windows.

Chance of showers

An unknown male was sitting on the porch in a bath robe on D Street.

Cheap change

A garage door opener and quarters were taken from an unlocked vehicle on Calder Court.

Follow the trail

Now bungee cords were stolen from the garage and quarters were taken from an unlocked vehicle inside the garage.

Just walk away

Thirty people were involved in a physical disturbance in the middle of E Street but the crowd was broken up and they started walking away.


Take out the trash

Someone threw a garbage can through the window on F Street.

Legal jargon

Someone received a phone call on Sycamore Lane from an unknown person posing as a lawyer from Montreal saying she needed to send money to bail a relative out of jail.

It’s all in your head

A female said she was hearing voices on Richard Boulevard.

POLICE BRIEFS are compiled by POOJA KUMAR 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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