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Davis, California

Saturday, October 16, 2021

Police Briefs

THURSDAY

Dog thinks it’s a Mustang

There was a loose pit bull at Highway 113 and Russell Boulevard.

FRIDAY

Suspicious sock seen on door

There was a welfare check on Hanover Drive due to intermittent banging noises.

Golden retriever?

Grand theft occurred on East Covell Boulevard, where a dog was taken.

SATURDAY

Plate-swap

A license plate was removed from a vehicle and replaced with another on Fifth Street.

Campaign faux-pas

Political signs were on public property on West Covell Boulevard and Anderson Road.

SUNDAY

Sharing the wealth

A female was putting broken glass, a white box and the recycling garbage can in the middle of the southbound lanes on Arthur Street.

Aggressive marketing tactics

A business card was stapled to someone’s garage door over the last 24 hours on Santa Rosa Street.

Kick him to the curb – literally!

A respondent was concerned about his brother, who was kicked out of his residence on East Eighth Street by his girlfriend two days ago.

Mood swings

Someone was concerned about her bipolar friend, who is off her meds on Westernesse Road.

Should have used the shredder

A dumpster diver was opening bags and looking at paperwork on Second Street.

Comcast chaos

Someone was having trouble with the cable person on Arryo Avenue.

Emergency chaser

A shoplifter took a soda on Third Street. Employees caught hold of him but he escaped and fled the store.

POLICE BRIEFS are compiled by POOJA KUMAR and BECKY PETERSON from the public logs of the Davis Police Department and are based on the official version of what happened. The crime blotter is online at cityofdavis.org/police. This segment appears Tuesdays.

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