Police responded to the Extended Stay America on Jubilee Drive after a 9:32 p.m. report that the manager needed assistance removing two people who were “throwing kitchenware at each other.”
A Washington Street woman reported at 9:14 a.m. that she believed her ex-husband had accessed her Facebook account.
An Arthur Avenue woman called police at 4:47 p.m. “about someone calling her phone and letting it ring once or twice and then hanging up before she can answer the phone. She spoke with an officer yesterday, and he explained there was nothing we could do, and she doesn’t like that answer and wants to speak with the detective.”
A Beacon Street woman reported at 8:43 p.m. that she had received three prank calls on her cellphone and that when she answered the last one someone yelled, “You hit my car!” Police wrote: “She didn’t get who the person was since they were just yelling, but she said she hasn’t hit anyone, and she didn’t know who was calling her.”
Police responded to a 5:29 p.m. report of an “animal bite” at 25 Dow St. and determined it was actually a “squirrel scratch.”
A 6:39 p.m. report of loud yelling brought police to 304 Broughton Drive. Police wrote later: “Mental health issue. Party take away by mother prior to arrival.”
Police responded to a 2:23 a.m. report that a suspicious man was outside a building on Enon Street. Police wrote later: “Party was sent on his way. He is visiting daughter and couldn’t sleep, so he went for a drive and parked in lot to listen to the radio and smoke a cigarette.”
Police received multiple “harassing” phone calls from an unknown female caller with a Spanish accent, according to a 2:27 p.m. log item. “Multiple calls interfered with dispatch of several units to a burglary,” police wrote.