WEDNESDAY May 8
Interrogation not necessary
At Oxford Circle, somebody noticed all the seats were missing from a group of bikes and noticed a guy standing around by them. When the person confronted him, the guy pulled out a seat and admitted to taking it.
FRIDAY May 10
Why the evil eye
A person reported that his neighbor was constantly staring at him and giving him dirty looks on Becerra Way.
SUNDAY May 12
Silence is golden
A guy was talking to himself at the Davis Gold and Silver Exchange on G Street.
A woman broke up with her boyfriend, so he stole her dog on Cranbrook Court.
MONDAY May 12
Fighting fire with fire
Somebody on Moore Boulevard called to complain that he was implicated in several restraining orders, although he felt he did nothing wrong. He also admitted to speaking about firearms and fury, but said he would never act on his anger.
TUESDAY May 14
A guy on First Street gave his current address, date of birth and the state where he was born to an unknown person on the internet, but felt they were trying to get a hold of his birth certificate and wanted to know what he could do.
Police briefs are compiled from the City of Davis daily crime bulletins. Contact EINAT GILBOA at email@example.com.