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Thursday, September 23, 2021

Police briefs

2 / THURSDAY

Green living
A large tent and items indicating habitation were found in the bushes at the greenbelt at Albany Avenue and Benbow Court.

Hitchhoming
A man carrying luggage and a blanket went to a person’s backyard door and said he was looking for a place to sleep at Southfield Court.

3 / FRIDAY
Mother of the Year
A woman parked at Emerson Junior High School smelling of alcohol and slurring her words said she was there to pick up her son.

Whose house? Our house!
Two people pushed a bouncer at Our House Restaurant at Second Street and refused to leave.

4 / SATURDAY
Extreme Makeover: Condo Edition
A week ago, someone witnessed a man vandalizing a condo at Bermuda Avenue by ripping the landscape out, removing the dishwasher and taking several items, but was too scared to call at the time.

6 / MONDAY
Sourpuss
Someone saw a man walking through her neighbor’s backyard at Anderson Road and asked what he was doing, and he said he was picking lemons.

8 / WEDNESDAY
Driven crazy
A passenger on a Unitrans bus was yelling insulting slurs at the driver on Fifth Street and told him that he was going to wait until he got off work; it was unknown what he was going to do then.

Police briefs are compiled from the City of Davis daily crime bulletins. Contact EINAT GILBOA at city@theaggie.org.

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