Monday, June 20

4:00 p.m. – Traffic stop on 25A at Dye Mill Rd. The driver had a suspended license for a drug offense. He said he had driving privileges but he did not have the paperwork with him. He said it was at the court house. He said the vehicle belonged to his aunt and he was on his way home to Englewood. He was cited for driving under suspension and he called his aunt to pick up the vehicle.

4:42 p.m. – Traffic stop on Archer Dr. at Wendy’s. The driver had a suspended license. He said that he had paid all of the fines owed and that his license should not be suspended. He was cited and told not to drive.

9:46 p.m. – To the Royal Inn to look for two warrant suspects. The two were found along with two other warrant suspects. Two of them were in and out of consciousness due to heroin use. All four were arrested and two were taken to UVMC for treatment.

Tuesday, June 21

7:35 a.m. – An officer found an American Express card in Culver’s driveway. He contacted the owner who said that the card was his, but hadn’t been activated. He said that he had given it to his son to play with and that it could be destroyed.

12:15 p.m. – Traffic stop on Staunton Rd. The vehicle was clocked at 54 MPH in a 35 MPH zone. The driver said she was unaware of the speed limit because she rarely uses that road. She was cited for speed.

5:57 p.m. – Traffic stop on Water St. at Elm St. The plates were expired, and the driver said he forgot to renew his tags. He was cited for expired registration.

7:45 p.m. – To Maplecrest Dr. for a report of a theft. A man reported that his son’s vehicle was broken into overnight. The son said that some headphones and a vaping pipe were stolen.

Wednesday, June 22

7:36 a.m. – To S. Ridge Ave. A woman said she found suspected drugs in her son’s room. The substance will be field tested and the son will be interviewed if necessary.

10:42 a.m. – While running radar on Stonyridge Ave., an officer saw a vehicle approaching from the north at 38 MPH in a 25 MPH zone. The vehicle turned onto Linwood Dr. and sped away at a high rate of speed. The officer tried to follow and realized that the vehicle was very fast and taking turns that made no sense. He believed the driver of the vehicle was trying to lose him. He caught up with it on Crestview at Cricket Ln. He asked the driver if he was in a hurry, and the driver said he was just going home. He gave his address, and it was in the opposite direction that he was headed. He said that he did not have a license and that the vehicle belonged to his fiancée. The driver gave permission to search the vehicle and a wallet was found inside. He said his mom found the wallet and gave it to him to return to its owner. The wallet was reported stolen the previous day. The driver was cited for speed and no operator’s license. The owner of the vehicle was called and she was unaware that the driver was driving it. The passenger was supposed to be driving.

4:38 p.m. – Traffic stop on S. Market at Simpson St. Her tags were expired, and she said she must have forgotten to renew them. She was cited for expired registration.

6:01 p.m. – To W. Market and S. Ridge for a report of a non-injury accident. One vehicle rear-ended another. The driver of the following vehicle was cited for assured clear distance.

6:14 p.m. – To Kings Chapel Dr. for a report of a disturbance. Two men were reportedly arguing with each other. A woman advised that the men fled the scene before the officer arrived. Several people were outside and were pointing to the southwest. The officer went to the end of Fox Harbor Dr. and found one of the subjects. He was found to have an outstanding warrant and was arrested. He refused to talk about the incident. The other subject was located by another officer and he claimed that they were only arguing. The woman said she only saw an argument and one of them through a drawer. No charges were filed.

10:44 p.m. – To Imperial Ct. for a report of a disorderly woman. A man reported that she was sitting in the middle of the roadway and said “Hit me” as he rode past her on his bike. The woman was located and appeared to be extremely intoxicated. She spoke with thick slurred speech and had red, glassy eyes. She said that she had too much to drink and could not make it home. She said that there was no one at her home to care for her. A squad was called and she was transported to UVMC. She was also cited for disorderly conduct.

Thursday, June 23

7:12 a.m. – To Long St. for a report of vandalism. A woman reported that her vehicle had multiple bullet holes on the driver’s side. A detective was called to the scene.

11:02 a.m. – An officer came upon an accident on S. Market near Race St. One vehicle had bumped the rear of another and neither had any damage. The driver that caused the accident was found to be under suspension. She was cited, her vehicle was left at the scene and she left on foot.

11:31 a.m. – An officer was following a vehicle with a registration sticker that expired in April. He initiated a traffic stop and the driver said that she forgot to renew them. She was cited for expired registration.

12:47 p.m. – To Paradise Trail for a report of a possible domestic disturbance. A woman reported that her sister’s boyfriend was arguing with her and her sister. She said that during the argument, he pushed both women into a wall. She showed marks on her arms and knees and said that she wanted him charged. The sister said that they were arguing and that it was a misunderstanding. She said that her sister came in while they were arguing and thought the boyfriend was assaulting her. She said her sister came at her boyfriend and he pushed her away from him. The boyfriend was charged with one count of assault. He was very agitated and was screaming at the RP.

5:34 p.m. – To Lake St. for a report of phone harassment. A man reported that he was asleep and received a voice mail from an unknown number. He said he listened to the voice mail and a male voice was calling him a “crackhead” and other vulgar names. The caller said he would “spit in his face when he saw him.” Both the RP and his mother said that they recognized the voice and said they haven’t talked to him since he got out of jail. He wanted to press charges. The suspect’s mother said that the suspect does not live with her and she had no idea how to contact him. The officer played the message for her and her husband but they could not identify the voice as that of their son. The mother mentioned how the RP is in trouble and not allowed at her home and made reference to the call being made to the RP. The officer asked how she knew it was on the RP’s phone and she changed the subject. The subject was charged with phone harassment and a warrant will be issued since the suspect cannot be located.

8:26 p.m. – To S. Clay St. for a report of a theft. A man reported that someone took his driver’s license and social security card from his wallet. He said that two friends were helping him move out and that is wallet was sitting on the living room table. The friends were contacted and they denied taking the items in question. The RP was advised to check the immediate area, since he said that when the friends arrived, he was cleaning out his wallet.

11:29 p.m. – An officer stopped a vehicle that had no front license plate. He found that the driver has never had a license. She said that the vehicle belonged to her “baby’s daddy,” and could not explain why he allowed her to drive his vehicle without a license. He also found that the driver was cited for no operator’s license on April 12, April 26 and June 12. The vehicle’s owner was cited for wrongful entrustment on June 12. She was cited for no operator’s license and display of plates. The officer tried to contact the owner five times but was unsuccessful. He was cited for wrongful entrustment.

Friday, June 24

12:00 a.m. – To McKaig Ave. to assist a squad. A woman reported that her husband was bleeding in the bathtub. She said he was on blood thinners and had a varicose vein pop. Officers had to break a window to gain access to the bathroom and assisted him until the squad arrived.

1:26 a.m. – An officer saw two juveniles walking north on Ohio Ave. near Staunton Commons. Both were transported to their homes and released to their guardians. They were also charged with curfew violations.

1:27 a.m. – While westbound on W. Main St., an officer saw a vehicle pull out of a business onto Main St. without stopping. He initiated a traffic stop and discovered that the driver’s license was expired. She was cited and released to a friend with a valid license.